Similar to tapping your EZ-link Card in train stations, MEDZS uses an electronic card system where you only foot the bill at the end of the meal. Simply go to any of your favourite gourmet stations and the chef would tap the card for you. One of the perks that MEDZS offer is that there is no service charge. If you're thinking of what to eat in MEDZS, here are some options you can try.
Rosti with Sour Cream — SGD7.90There are three layers of texture describing the rosti — crispiness, moist and squishiness. Every spoonful of the Rosti gives satisfaction to both your jaws and tastebuds. The Rosti was sparingly oily, and is served with sour cream on the side. Dipping the Rosti into the sour cream allows you to customise the amount of sour cream you would want.
Cured Salmon Rosti — SGD10.90
Pesto Chicken Calzone — SGD13.90By folding a pizza into half, you get a brand new tasting dish. The Chicken Calzone reminded me of our local curry puff, except that it wasn't spicy and was larger in portion. The pesto combining with the chicken calzone was a marriage made in heaven — every bite was sweet and sour.
MEDZS @ OC
Mon - Sun, 11 am - 11pm