|The interior of Factory 99 Grill filled with customers on a Friday evening|
|The barbecue back ribs|
Inside it was a cavernous place -- probably a former factory space -- and it was filled with diners and the semi open kitchen at the back. There isn't much ambience as the floors are concrete and quite noisy. Even though we made a reservation we still had to wait about 15 minutes and so we perused the menu.
We sat right by the kitchen so we could see the staff heating up mini loaves of rosemary bread, ladling out the soup (which the serving staff then dumped dried chopped parsley on top), and scooping mushrooms onto the small pieces of toast.
|New Zealand lamb chops pan-fried medium rare|
|Very dark-looking squid ink spaghetti|