Daphne's family wanted to have a small lunch get-together before her birthday, and they invited me along. The place we went to is The Sail Grill & Bar, which is located in the Raffles Place area. I hear it's pretty packed on weekdays, but on weekends, like our lunch here, it was very quiet. There's a special set lunch menu on weekends that costs a very very affordable $9.90++, which is what all of us had.
Mushroom Soup: 7/10
On some counts, this soup was a tad watery, but we were all surprised to find it tasty. It would have been much better then if it was thicker. For the weekend set lunch, soups and bread are on free flow.
Sirloin Steak with Black Pepper Sauce: 6.7/10
The meat wasn't a very thick piece and was quite tough actually. The high rating is largely for the black pepper sauce that was a bit spicy and sweet altogether.
Fish and Chips
Daphne had this. Pretty standard, nothing impressive. Fish was fresh though.
Her cousin had this. Looks alright. We compared this to be similar to V8 Cafe, though I would say V8's probably better.
Fried Banana Fritter: 8/10
An interesting dessert for a Western set lunch. This came out to be very good, cooked to a crisp golden brown but still yummily soft inside. Interesting addition of cheese too (on the top) but that didn't affect the taste much.
Good. I heard the couple who heads this place is even friendlier, as Daphne's mother tells us.
$9.90++ per set.
25 Church Street #01-01, Capital Square 3.