The space is nothing like its predecessor's, and that's a very good thing.
Sparkling mango juice ($3.50).
Bubbly, fruity, and only slightly sweet.
Lamb belly satay ($10).
Gamy and a little gristly. Yet, I still liked it. The accompanying sauce packed a punch and complemented the skewers' smokiness.
Fried cauliflower ($8).
Deep-fried vegetables have never tasted so good. Beware! These are deceptively spicy. It hits you after a few bites. Like pop!
Black pepper crab toast ($17).
Also kickin' in flavor. Sense a theme here? It is called The Spice Table after all. As Eleana said, "This burns so good!"
Pig tail special of the day.
After all the fire in my mouth, I was a bit relieved that this was flavorful but not hot, hot, hot. I enjoyed rolling my own little pigtail-lettuce-herb burritos.
Thank you, Eleana, for being such wonderful company. It was like we've known each other for years!
I can't wait to go back to try more of the menu. Put this place on your list, guys.