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Le Gavroche @ London

Classic French fine dining yet kids are allowed.  Very glad we came here cause most of the fine dining French restaurants I wanted to go to in Paris were closed during the time we went there.  Dining area is some what crowded and dark (for photos) but food was excellent.

IMG_2737 IMG_2785 IMG_2745 IMG_2746 IMG_2748 IMG_2757 frogs legs in a pea veloutéIMG_2763

Braised and smoked pork cheek & crispy belly ravioli
IMG_2764 DuckIMG_2765

Carpaccio of marinated and seared fillet of beefIMG_2766 Whole lobsterIMG_2772 IMG_2773

Roast scallop – huge, fresh & perfectly cookedIMG_2774

Nice petite four, sorbet were even better, we had blood orange and pineapple.

Loch Fyne Seafood & Grill @ Covent Garden, London

The key reason why we picked this restaurant is because it is right next to the theatre but it is also a popular restaurant with many branches across the country. Food was well above average but service was a bit slow.  However, it is a good meal option for theatre goers. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIMG_2798 Lobster bisque – yummy! Never thought of adding cheese to lobster bisque but it was actually quite nice.IMG_2799 Lobster spaghetti – kids were happy with it.IMG_2800

Razor clamsIMG_2801

Seafood linguineIMG_2802


Prawns – a bit too oilyIMG_2804

Scallops with bacon and saladIMG_2805

Espresso Panna Cotta – surprisingly good.IMG_2807

Platypus Lobster Shack @ CBD Singapore 

This place is one of the busier spot in the area so we decided to give it a try for dinner. 
It was really nice and comfortable sitting outdoor in the evening, without the hustle of the day.  

Urchin & Lobster Bisque – could not really taste urchin but there is a nice portion of meat.

The traditional lobster roll with side said and truffled chips – generous portion of filling, lobster + tomato was quite refreshing.

Spicy roasted garlic lobster roll – spicy but not too much but garlic was a bit too strong.