I was super eager to check out the brand spankin’ new Cookyn
We kicked off with Cheese fondue. And because Chris and I are from the boondocks or something, we thought it was the dinner meal itself – as in, lots of food to dip into the cheese fondue as a sort of cocktail party. And so we merrily dunked the home-baked bread (the soft Indian spiced bread was fab!) and assorted meats into the lusciously thick cheese and stuffed ourselves silly.
Then, we spotted 2 plates of food coming out. I was a bit confused, did someone special-order or something?? Then another 2 plates came out. And another 2 plates…
“Ermm.. what’s that?”, I asked.
It’s our main meal, I was told.
Yes, Chris and I were so silly that we thought our appetizer was the ENTIRE dinner! The main meal was Kurobota pork with hash potatoes and beans.. and a large portion in itself! And here we were stuffed full on cheese fondue. Gah. Of course, that didn’t stop us and we still polished off the delish pork. I normally would never go for a pork steak, as it’s almost always tasteless and tough. But this one was really tender and flavourful, and just lightly breaded. Yum. And then, of course, dessert. Toblerone cheesecake. Light yet cheesy, with a lovely buttery biscuit base. Mmmm!
It’s all part of their Friday Night Feast and I reckon it’s a fab deal ‘cos for SG$55, you get a 3-course meal with delicious food made from quality ingredients. It’s basically “private kitchen” dining, which is all the rage right now and incredible expensive normally. I think it’s quite a cool idea for a bunch of friends to get together and enjoy Friday night, especially those that don’t like cooking, haha!
The Cookyn Inc premises
Stuff for the cheese fondue
Kurobota pork with hash potatoes and beans
My freakin’ cute nephew!
He took this photo. Future professional photographer, no? 😉