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&Sons Revisited @ Cross Street

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It has been so many years since the first visit so that kind of nudged us for a return. Afterall, Raffles Place over the weekend is happiness for us these days. No crowds, no queues and best of all...no time wasted for food.

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Garlic and Herb Foccacia ($5)

Foccacia loaves a stack of love, crusty edges and pillowy soft innards. I have a love hate affair with bread and this was clearly a love.

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Cherry Tomato and Avocado Bruschetta ($15)

These bruschettas were less satisfying than the focaccia itself, it could have been the avocado and tomatoes that made it slightly soggy.

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Baccala Cakes with Sea Urchin Sabayon ($18)

Cod cakes which could be passed off as crab cakes were a crispy delight. I love the crisp exterior and creamy sea urchin sabayon. The only grouse was, the sea urchin was not obvious in taste but definitely made up in colour.

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Trofie with Crab and Nduja ($24)

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Caserecce with Duck Ragu ($24)

Their pastas are strangely on the bland side though they sure looked darn tasty.

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Spanish Pork Ribs with Butter Potatoes ($26)

Of all the mains, the portion was most generous with such tender ribs. I would have loved abit more char on the ribs but otherwise, really tasty.

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Roast Cod with Salsa Rubra ($29)

Mildly fishy, not the best cod I have eaten and meh-dinary at best.


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Grilled Whole Italian Seabass with Rucola (for two) ($48)

One whole fish was served and ours arrived with a gaping mouth.Pretty worth while if both are fish lovers, otherwise the portion is great for a hungry one.

Sons
20 Cross Stret

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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