Saturday, 16 July 2016

the BetterField

It was an impromptu lunch on a weekday at the BetterField, a café that opened at Waterloo last year and moved to The Treasury in May this year. There is no GST and service charge at this sparse space with wooden tables and chairs against high ceiling, white walls and cement floor. Ordered a lunch set, which comes with soup-of-the-day and drink (Seasons ice lemon/peach tea)  pan-seared sashimi-grade salmon with roasted potatoes and salad in vinaigrette. Soup on the day of our visit was mushroom soup. Served in a cup filled to the halfway mark, the peppery soup had a strong aroma of mushrooms and was not too creamy for me. Could neither rave about the salad nor fault the salmon though the potatoes were a tad oily and I did not like the accompanying mustard. While my order was the most expensive lunch set, was glad of my choice as dining companions who ate others were not satisfied with theirs.

Note: The café has closed.

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