I'd been there only once when it first opened. Very formal space - I felt a bit constricted, but probably just me, because I'd always regarded Tanglin Mall as a place to relax and have a casual meal.
Do you like French-Japanese fusion? It's done to death, but still has its followers/fans if you're into that sort of thing.
Well, I do like french-japanese cuisine. But in this particular case it has 2 reasons, First, I thought that it can be interesting to compare LP to french-Japanese restaurants in paris, such as Kei, Passage 53, Le Bigarrade, which I have recently visited. Second, I cannot really decide on some other dining option for european or fusion cuisine in Singapore. By Iggy's I'm not really convinced with his concept, and I have heard a lot of odd stories about Andre and I'm not sure about Waku Ghin. Have you any suggestions?
kobri, why don't you try Taratata Bistro on Keong Saik Road? My girlfriends (or rather "mahjong" partners) bought me a birthday treat there recently, and the place was fabolous. Run by two Frenchmen who're tremendously talented.
For a mixed bag of cuisine and food choices, but with an amazing view of Singapore, go to Ku De Ta:-