|Wackies in their FOX World Cup tees chillin @ District 10|
It was a lazy Sunday morning when we visited District 10 after we accept an invite. In the family, we hardly had the option of Brunch given our hectic schedules between weekend enrichment classes and events . Given that it is the holidays, we decide to accept an invitation to check out District 10 @ Star Vista.
|District 10 @ Star Vista|
District 10 @ Star Vista belongs to Bonta group of restaurants. It has three restaurants bearing the same name, serving modern European cuisine. District 10@ Star Vista is a new branch famous for having more than 35 tapas and pinchos. This 80 seater can be distinguished by its signature brick wall and wooden furnishings.
Brunch menu was a simple affair with 6 main courses and 4 sides dish.
For this visit, we sampled the Spanish Omelette, District 10 Benedict and the Pandan Coconut cake.
The Spanish omelette ($14++) is a simple dish comprising of omelette, hash brown and greens. The omelette itself is prepared with mushroom, chorizo and bell peppers.
|District 10 Eggs Benedict|
Next on the plate was the District 10 Eggs Benedict ($16) served on toasted muffin with sautéed sip acne , smoke salmon and hollandise sauce. With sides of hash brown , greens and tomato, this is probably the wife's favourite dish.
The final dish we tasted on the brunch menu would be the Pandan coconut pancake($9). The Pandan Coconut Pancake is best eaten with the gula Melaka syrup provided.
Overall the food presented is leaning towards breakfast rather than lunch. Other items on the menu includes Fried eggs, French toast and creamy scrambled eggs. If you are looking for a full meal, a single serving may be not be enough.
The above dishes may not be kid's favourite given its exotic taste.
Luckily for kids , they do have a separate menu for them to try. We had the Magarita pizza, which the children readily savored.
The Magarita Pizza is served in thin crisp crust. The toppings are not overwhelming and we reckon the tomato base pizza would be a hit with the children.
That is if you can pull them away from the bouncy castle set up at one corner.
The bouncy castle was actually the main reason why the children decided to tag along for the meal. For families with younger kids, if you are looking for a little respite during a meal, going to places with activities for kids will always be a boon.
After their workout, the boys are ready to tuck in.
Overall we think the brunch menu could be improve. Browsing through their website, we thought their standard dishes would make a better choice for diners. However they do score bonus points with parents with the bouncy castle.
If you are around Star Vista and looking for a place to let your child
bounce play while you enjoy a meal, District 10 might just be the place to go.
|Thanks District 10!|
District 10 Bar Tapas Restaurant
1 Vista Exchange Green The Star Vista #01-42/K3