I had a very enjoyable time at the bar of Long-grain Restaurant last evening.
Dining alone is the ultimate guilty pleasure for me, as much as I love company, there is something about striking up a conversation with a barman and dining on your own. You can read, work and indulge in all the anti social behaviour you wish without offending anyone.
So after my third Campari I was ready for a meal that I dream about: Caramelised Pork Hock with five spice and chilli vinegar.
You need to try it or share it at least once in your life. It's that good.
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