The first thing I liked about Oliversan was how their lights are of hanging bowler hats, which is also their restaurant logo. I would recommend this place for those who love sauce over everything. I think every single dish they served had a sauce either on the dish or on the side.
Their Crispy Prawn Dragon was my favourite appetizer. It’s similar to P.F Changs shrimp appetizer except better because it comes in smaller portions. Comes with mixed vegetables and a special sweet & chilli sauce. It’s not as spicy either, which was a bonus for me.
A unique dish was their Black Tiger Shrimp on wheat toast. I’ve never seen shrimp look like this so when I asked they explained how they mash the shrimp then mix it with toast and there you have it. I liked the prawn dragon more but this is worth trying at least once.
If you’re a sweet and sour fan have their Sweet & Sour Fresh Fruit Chicken that’s served on a crispy tortilla. It had too much of a fruity combo to taste good for me but I’m sure many would differ. Comes with tender chicken breast, strawberry, blueberry, pineapple, and onion served with sweet & sour sauce.
This salmon was cooked just right to match my taste, they call it Kung Pao Salmon Steak. If you want a light but tasteful main course then go for this. Comes with ginger, bok choy, spring onions, peas, carrots, and garlic, drizzled with spicy kung pao sauce (although it wasn’t that spicy).
Of course I needed to finish things off with chocolate. They had chocolate bites, which were great for sharing because everyone got an equal portion. I think they were chocolate, banana pudding and caramel. There was also a light dessert we tried that’s can be seen on the gallery below.