If you look at Santorini Cafe menu, they serve a wide range of food, ranging from Homecook set rice
Him Heang's Tambun Biscuits are hand made daily with finest ingredient and vegetable oil. Their biscuits are only available at this single outlet.
We had a few dishes and the one that left us with the deepest impression was the Soy Sauce with Grouper Fish Fillet. Unlike any steamed fish dishes, this particular dish was cooked using low-temperature oil to slowly cook the fish so the texture was silky smooth. The Grouper was fresh and together with the premium Soy Sauce, this dish was addictive
The Matcha Furuto was great though- amazing flavor with a sleek sweetness.
The latter one fared better- the Grouper was nicely grilled to perfection, the meat was firm and the fish-flavor stood out. The fish was also carefully seasoned so the Lemon Capers Sauce served at one side made more sense (we prefer to taste the fish without the sauce).
The decorations for this spot looks simple yet welcoming. It is definitely a spot that welcomes large group of family members or friends.
Some of the main highlights from the dinner menu include the grilled sea-catch grouper with lemon capers sauce, baked miso butter halibut, fettuccine pasta bisque, baked cheese seafood pie, chargrilled lamb rack, and baked coriander pesto sea bass.
Another bigger room was the Ambassador Room, a slightly spacious room that emanates a sense of understated elegance with modern and contemporary appeal. The Ambassador Room is designed to accommodate a small family of three.
The honey barbecued char siew here is almighty in taste. Each piece has a bigger portion of fat meat, then well coated with its signature sauce, rendering the char siew here superb in taste. One will regret if never order the extra char siew plate, as the char siew taste is somehow different compared to those serve with the noodles.
I love the texture of the perfectly fried fish–the flesh is tender, soft, and spicy too. I can just have it with white rice.