artisan boulangerie co., great world city.

Monday, September 26, 2016 0 Comments A+ a-

i've always associated artisan boulangerie co. with pastries and bread, not mains. we were at great world city and wondering what to eat when J suggested abc- she'd had brunch there and found it quite good.

i was hungry- it'd been a tiring morning and i needed extra fuel for the rest of the day, so i wanted something hearty. i was first drawn to the shakshuka skillet ($15) but later got distracted by the braised short ribs ($23). J and i also got a beetroot pumpkin feta ($11.80) to share, adding on chicken breast ($4) for extra protein.

the food was surprisingly good. the braised short ribs i got was melt-in-the-mouth tender- utterly delicious and generously portioned as well. it came with garlic mashed potatoes which was super smooth and creamy. maybe i was hungry, but i hoovered everything up in no time, and was super satisfied after that.

even the salad that we shared was good as well, though it wasn't quite what i expected. i thought it was going to be a beetroot based salad, but it turned out to be leafy greens based, with cubes of beetroot and pumpkin.

the braised short ribs were so delicious that i'd come back just for it. the food was so satisfying that i'd come back. never expected to enjoy the meal so much!

artisan boulangerie co.
great world city

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