Food Review: Cornerstone @ Bishan Park (Pet Friendly Restaurant)

On September 9, 2014 by Michelle Ng

Hey all!

 

I have seen myself visiting Bishan Park almost once per month lately even though I reside in the west side of Singapore. Great food in lush sceneries is what draws me to the Bishan Park. What’s more, some of the restaurants here are pet friendly which is a major plus for me.

Today, I am featuring Cornerstone restaurant at Bishan Park. If you have a friend legged friend, you would be seated outdoors at the porch area of the restaurant with a shelfter and sufficient ventilation/fan to keep yourself cool.

I have actually visited Cornerstone restaurant multiple times, and this was taken more than a year back with my best pal – Happy.

Japanese stew pork bun (2 buns) $8
Japanese stew pork slices with mixed green salad in a bun

This was quite medicore given the fact that you are paying $4 for each bun. However, if you are just looking for small bites, why not try the spam fries from this restaurant? I heard spam fries are popular now!

Mussel pot (seasonal) $18
Australian blue mussels in white wine cream sauce, served with focaccia toast

This was highly recommended by my friend because of the rich white wine broth that this dish serves. I specially love the buttery toast that was served with this mussel pot. This is definitely a must-order dish for every visit I had to Cornerstone.

Grilled cod fish (120g) $22
Cod fish dressed with homemade Japanese tare, grilled to perfection

Country style smoked BBQ pork ribs ½ rack $19
Slow smoked baby back pork ribs with homemade BBQ sauce(with fries and mixed green salad)

This is my brother’s favourite pork ribs to date. He can be quite picky when it comes to pork ribs but this sure does not disappoint him! The sauce is smoky and the ribs are tender and juicy. I am not so much of the fries that was served with this pork ribs though but of course, the focal point here goes to the ribs.

Flaming BOMB Alaska $15
Baked meringue coated with chocolate and strawberry gelato

This is a very interesting dessert, considering that not many restaurants serves flaming Alaska in Singapore. The one I have tried and has left a significant impression in my head was from Hong Kong a few years back. So how does this fare? Well, I was quite disappointed that the flame was extinguished within seconds, leaving some part of the meringue being burnt as seen above.

Nevertheless,  I enjoyed the meringue that coats the geleto. This is definitely a fun dessert to eat.

Cornerstone

1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, (S)569930
Tel: +65 6554 7230

 

 

 

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