I’ve no idea why it took me so long to visit Silver Spoon Trattoria. Probably its because there were far too many food bloggers who had blogged for Silver Spoon. As most of them were being invited for reviews, this had made me skeptical whether or not to trust their reviews as being honestly written or not. To prevent myself from jumping to conclusion, I decided to try their set lunch first.
Each set comes with a starter, a main meal and dessert. Drinks were not included in the set meals. For starters we ordered the Stuffed Mushrooms and the Crumbed Calamari. Look at these entrees, ain’t it beautiful? I’ve got to give the credit to the chef who made the entrees. They look stunning. Taste wise however was okay -nothing surprising.
The same goes with the Crumbed Calamari. Some other entrees that you may order are their Tomato Bruschetta and the soup of the day.
As for the main meal, I ordered the Fish (Dory Fillet) and Chips. The fish was fresh and it tastes really good. Enough seasoning and it was not oily at all. The only problem with this meal were the fries. I don’t normally waste my food, but the fries was so bad that I ended up throwing a quarter of it away.
The Hawaiian Pizza that VK ordered fare much better than my fish and chips. This 6-inch pizza is not only thin and crispy, but it was prepared with reasonable amount of toppings.
For dessert, I ordered their Banana Crepes. The crepes goes really well with the ice-cream as the crepes was a little bit bitter. I guest they added a little bit of alcohol in it, hence the bitter taste.