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Dining at Melo’s is a straightforward affair if what you’re looking for is good, old-fashioned, multi-course dining in a handsome setting. Here, the wine selection is consistently impressive and the service impeccably warm.
• You’ll be served a pâté appetiser while you wait, quickly followed by the soup-of-the-day. Pick the pan-seared scallops with mango salsa salad to freshen up the first few courses.
• The creamy truffle pasta with mushroom can be shared by two or three; and is a good companion to the Wagyu tenderloin salpicao, served in cubes with a side of garlic rice; or to the Angus rib-eye, which can be devoured without sauce or garnish.
• To finish, go with the choco fudge à la mode, which pairs well with any of the coffees on the menu.