The Big “O” obviously caters for the young crowd, not that huge a surprise considering it’s.. questionable name 😉 Dressed in vivid orange and white colours, it’s really cheery and the service is friendly and super-efficient. I was surprised at the high prices though, but I guess that makes sense since we were in the middle of the trendy City district and it was Western food. Ranging from around SG$15-20 for a main, it’s still pretty reasonable and still cheaper than Australian western restaurants. Desserts were pricey though, at around $9.95 each. Fortunately, they came in mega chunks and it’s pretty difficult for one person to finish it all!
I loved how the food came within 10 mins of ordering – how in the world did they cook everything so quickly?!? And I also liked how they served iced water which they promptly and eagerly topped up multiple times 😛 The place was pretty packed too but we sat for ages and they didn’t hassle us to leave – how nice! 🙂
The Big “O”
Deep-Fried Mozarella Cheese Sticks
Crab Linguini – this was my choice. They should’ve warned on the menu that it was spicy!
It was really really good, but too spicy for my liking
My cousin’s Fish & Chips – this was yum, the fish was moist and the batter was yum!
Bangers and Mash – the sausages were superb, but the dish is $$ considering
it only has 2 sausages!
Roaster Chicken Ravioli
Chicken Wrapped with Bacon – oooh this was great, but so sinful 😉
Pan-Fried Cod Fish
Assorted super-rich desserts
Being a weirdo 😛
Me and my cousin