Monday, December 12, 2005

Dinner at Silks

My brother recently completed all his university subjects, and will graduate next year in March. So to celebrate, we went out to dinner at Silks in Crown. (Right next to my old restaurant, The Conservatory). It was all so delicious, washed down with a bottle of 1995 Dom Perignon champagne.

We'd never been to Silks before, but it had an awesome atmosphere - there's this cool Mongolian tent in the centre in which you can sit and have drinks, and beautiful table settings.


Place setting - these plates rock! Apparently they're $500 a pop. They were specially made for Silks by Noritake.


Tea pot tea champagne glass

The Menu

Peking Duck
Baby spinach with century egg
Deep fried prawns with wasabi sauce and sweet chilli sauce
Pei Pa Tofu (tofu with crab and mushroom sauce)
Roast beef with pepper sauce
Fried Ice-cream
Fruit Platter


sweet and crunchy peanuts - addictive!


Chinese waiter crispy duck trick


Peking Duck


Baby spinach with century egg


Deep fried prawns with wasabi sauce and sweet chilli sauce - this had a fabulous combination of flavours!


Pei Pa Tofu (tofu with crab and mushroom sauce)


Roast beef with pepper sauce - check out the delicious rareness of the beef.


Deep-fried ice-cream, my favourite


fried ice-cream


fruit plate


Fruit platter

I loved it! A fabulous meal all up.

Congrautlations to Daniel!

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2 comments:

domesticgoddess said...

fab gold plates, fab table setting, fab food. it all LOOKS so good, i can only imagine what it tasted like! congratulations, dan :)

cin said...

Droooool. And what great crockery too!