Thursday, 17 January 2013

Fine Cuts

Dropped by for lunch at Fine Cuts last Friday, one of the perks of having my office right smack in the middle of City Hall. Situated at the basement of The Central, I have walked past this casual eatery so many times but never noticed it there. So it was with much anticipation that I came here for lunch.

At first glance, the prices are really reasonable. You could top up $1 for a cup of lemonade, or $1.50 for a basket of fries, which we did.

Most of us ordered Chicken Chop with salad. The Chicken Chop was pretty all right, not completely mind blowing, but it did not disappoint either. The meat was well-grilled and the sauce was tasty. I liked the salad too, fresh with vinaigrette lightly drizzled on it.

It was the fries that got us completely hooked. We initially ordered two baskets of fries to share, but added another basket as we were so addicted. The fries were crisp on the outside, and so soft on the inside. I love fat fries, and the fat fries at Fine Cuts were heavenly.

I would be back for the fries. It is really just that good.

Fine Cuts is the the basement of The Central, beside the Japanese supermarket with all the yummy Japanese snacks.

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