When I first saw the name, Pin Si, I thought it translates to '品思', a name which I find rather unique and nice, never mind what it's supposed to mean.
Then, I realised it's actually 品食. As if I have some shares in this shop, I was pretty disturbed by the mismatch. :P Erm... is that a typo error on the hanyu pinyin or is there something I don't know about the translation? :P
Anyways, we decided to give this relatively new restaurant a try.
Pork Chop with Chef's sauce (7/10)
Braised Mushrooms and vegetables (5/10)
Plain Rice (3/10)
Too dry and hard. It was so difficult to chew, let alone digest. The shape of the bowl is pretty unique, but that's beside the point.
'Fresh' drunken prawns served in herbal soup (5/10)
Initially, I find the soup base quite nice. Unfortunately, the prawns were not fresh and it sort of marred the taste of the soup. >_<
We were not the only ones who were dissatisfied with the food. The person on the next table actually ordered another dish because the one she has ordered apparently was rather inedible. o_O
Ok, they were friendly, they were prompt in serving but they were veeery blur.
First, we were asked if we ordered Fish with Rice, when we did not. Then, we were given some noodle dish topped with mushroom, which we thought was our braised mushroom and vegetable dish. They came along again to ask if we ordered coffee, which again, we didn't.
Don't they have some kind of systematic ordering system to follow, instead of playing the guessing game? Obviously the compartments and the many wooden pegs tucked at one corner of their counter were under- or not utilised.
Came one of the friendly waitresses with a feedback form. We don't usually comply with such requests, but this time, our urge to feedback was so strong. hahah it was mostly on the quality of the food. The lack of it, that is.
In a rush to clear the dishes, one of the waiters tripped me on my way out. Easy, man. Easy. >_<
(unit for the previous Wow!Noodle)
When we were at the exit of the restaurant, my hub asked, "Are you going to come back again?"
No prize for guessing it right. It was a flat 'no'.