Food review for Soho Bar and grill, Century village

Just a few days before Ramadan, a few friends and I decided to head down to Soho bar and grill located in Century village to try out the food. Here is the review :)

Ambiance: As you enter Century village, Soho is located after a line of restaurants - its almost hidden really with the tress but when you see it, it reminds you of a casual american dining restaurant, unlucky for us it was summer so we couldn't sit outside but I would definitely go back in the cooler months since this place has a beautiful outdoor seating arrangement. As soon you enter the restaurant you will be greeted by the lovely music of a one man band which really lifts your spirit. Since we went on a weekday, the restaurant wasn't too packed.

Food: Since it was already late we went straight to the mains, J and I ordered the Wings and Rings combo and our friends ordered the Kansas back ribs (1lbs), the ribs here are highly recommended and both the mains had ribs that was so easy to tear away from the bone. Just like the menu said the kansas ribs were easily marinated for a day, since each bite was an explosion of flavour. A platter is easily enough for two people even if you are really hungry.

The wings here are really nice and have a spicy sour taste, and you just want to keep on eating some more.

The fries and onion rings too were pretty good too. We also ordered the rose wine was was decently priced and although I thought I wouldn't like it, it went really well with the beef ribs.

Dessert: For the dessert, my friend ordered for us the Mama's apple pie and the chocolate pudding. Although the apple pie was too sweet for my liking, I really enjoyed the chocolate pudding, the warm pudding mixed with the cold ice-cream was a match made in Chocolate heaven!

Service: The servers are really friendly and very polite, they have a good and happy vibe when they come over to talk to you which makes the overall atmosphere of the restaurant lovely too! The food took the usual decent time to arrive which is a plus point. The next time I visit here its going to be in the cooler months so I can sit outside & I want to try the Four point Baa Baa, has anyone tried it?


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