Wanted a break from the food courts and chose Coriander Leaf. Not disappointed, and there are hundreds of choices in Singapore. The first attraction was Chijmes, which is an old convent which has been transformed into a beautiful space for restaurants. The lighting and atmosphere make this place really magical in the evening. It is a relaxed place where food and friends come together in a spectacular setting. One slight disappointment was the location which is upstairs, and a little away from the main courtyard. It would have been nice to have some views of the outside. We enjoyed everything we ordered. They even have a separate menu with vegetarian options segregated out. I would say that prices are moderate for smallish servings. It is like a small plates menu, with the idea of tasting many items and sharing. Probably 2 menu items per person. The braised beef brisket deserves special mention, as does the crispy duck mandarin pancake, and the Nepalese chicken momo. We enjoyed everything we ordered. Very nicely presented. Service was attentive and reasonably quick.
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