A quick lunch brings me to Town hall where we find the hugely popular Misschu already busy.
It's very eclectic and trendy and sort of reminds me of Ms G's. I really do appreciate how Miss Chu brought an element of her past and her culture to the forefront of her restaurant. They've got things like their lamps hanging down made from ornate bowls which are really banging as well as a large surrounding sitting area.
|Wagyu Beef and Oxtail Pho 14|
|Sashimi Tuna Rice Paper Rolls 13|
|Coconut Mousse 4.5|
The owner in suit switches from aggressive to late collectors of food to super nice when taking orders. When someone's missing they'll scream out the name and each time it gets progressively louder. Needless to say, not very desirable to sit at the front. It's certainly odd and she's not one to mess with. I put it down to they're just very busy but still... I've got to admit, despite the substantially larger customer to smaller chef ratio, their preparation and service is the fastest I've seen. You might even get your food 5 minutes after ordering and you have to give credit where credit's due. It's central location makes it ideal for city goers.
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