While passing by Seah Street, we spotted several new eateries here. Seah Street usually has less human traffic compared to the neighbouring Purvis street as most of the eateries then to be concentrated there. Decided to try Tess Bar & Kitchen since we were just looking for a light meal and their menu comprises of small plates.
Had their Tiger prawns in herb garlic butter which was grilled and had a soft sweet flesh. The Pan-seared scallops were nicely seared and the mash potato was soft and fine.
The Baby octopus, chorizo & sundried cherry tomatoes had chewy octopus with smokey chorizo. The most disappointing dish was the Roast angus beef as it was slightly dry.
Both cocktails ordered were pretty good – Wolf of Seah Street and Mariachi.
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