|Stilton and walnut toast|
A good friend of mine had been wanting to come here because she grew up in Cambridge and loves her British (or as we like to say after a couple of drinks, Bri'esh) grub. When I sent her a review that mentioned Steak Diane she got fidgety like a a 30 year old Hong Kong man who's just gotten his hands on the newest obscure Japanese anime figurine, but couldn't take it out of the bag at work because he leads a team of 30 at a reputable bank.
The pork was probably the best of the lot, light pink and juicy inside, served with wedges of apple and more Stilton. Flavour-wise the pork was bland (I picked up the bone and gnawed on the usually-tastier sinewy bits to make sure), the apples could have been sweeter and/or tarter (again, they were bland) to counter the Stilton.
Everything was reasonably priced; I liked that the wine list was short, if not average (people get so obsessed about huge cellars here, am I weird for wanting to see some character and expertise in the act of choosing?), and the place is cute. In my worst, too-polite Brit way, I'd say it was "quite good"... heh.
35 Ship Street (in the quiet bit south of Queen's Rd)
+852 2528 5818
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