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About Italian Restaurant

Everyone was surprised as we were led into the room, with the long table already filled with dishes of food. We finally realized that’s what they meant in the invitation, and this reminded me of those grand feast in the Harry Potter movie, sans the floating chandeliers. On the table we got everything from the antipasti platter, to the piles of chilled seafood tower (with the likes of prawns, crabs, clams, lobsters and abalones), to pizza, pasta, bread and more.

Theo Mistral in TST East has quickly become one of my favorite casual Italian restaurant in town since its opening last year, and I was glad to make a quick return visit last week when Chef Theo Randall was in town to present a series of special menu at his With the invitation that only mentioned a “1-meter Italian Feast”, turned out they did literally prepare a feast for the few of us who attended the dinner at their private room.

This time Chef Theo came in with two more dishes, which were the steak carved in front of us and served. Two different cuts were prepared for us – one the Tomahawk Steak, and the other, classic Porterhouse. The texture of the Porterhouse was fine, but I definitely liked the Tomahawk more this time, well-seasoned and with the perfect marble texture. And let’s not forget the rest of the food that was brought in, including a few sides (artichokes and sautéed mushrooms were amazing!), and more meats (chicken and lamb chop). We were told the whole menu is designed to feed 12-16 people but I reckon 20 would be a more reasonable number in terms of serving size. Read More


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