2nd course - anti-pasto platter. we found chorizo sausages (a few slices only. tasted surprisingly like lup cheong), crostinis with feta cheese, and of cos the usual suspects you would expect to find in an anti-pasto platter like marinated mushrooms, cocktail pearl onions, olives and roasted capsicums. nice.
main course - tenderloin steak platter for 2. we discovered juicy, tender tenderloins, roasted baby potatos and vegetables, and 3 types of sauces! if memory serves, i think they were champagne sauce (the brown one), salsa and creamed horseradish sauce.
desert was walnut cake with vanilla ice-cream. that was the only thing we didn't polish off entirely cos we were suffering from food coma already.
is there anyone who doesn't like pizzas and pastas? i don't think so. Mama Lucia Ristorante Italiano at robertson walk features a huge selection of pizzas and pastas. the prices are great, they don't burn a hole in your pocket. nice and cosy lil joint. the food's alright and best of all, they provide complimentary bread and antipasti. so all you pizza chompers and spaghetti fiends, eat your greedy guts out over this...
bread with 3 kinds of antipasti - tuna, grilled eggplants and marintated onions.
beef carpaccio covered in parmesan shavings.
jian had the four seasons pizza which had mushrooms, eggplants, olives and artichokes.
eve had rigatoni with eggplants in spicy tomato sauce.