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  • Easternian Local Star   474 reviews
    The Owl House is one of the only few places where people have unanimously good reviews when you search for them on the internet, so I immediately jumped in to the chance to experience this place for dinner.

    The place is incredibly small. The street level is the bar area, which seats up to 12 people maximum and leave no rooms for standing guests. Luckily, the bartender is very friendly and communicative, so it probably take your mind off the limited space you have.

    A glass of wine costs around $12 and cocktails starting from $20.

    The dining room is located up the steep stairs (with low ceiling as you walk up the steps). The dining area includes a very tiny balcony for outdoor dining which fits up to 4 people all facing towards Crown Street.

    Food was thoughtfully prepared and taste delicious, with perfect serving size across all the items we had, with the exception of the chocolate brownie and chocolate mousse combo that were a little bit of an overkill in terms of size -- well, I guess they were too delicious to be consumed as a single serve!

    The staffs were friendly, prompt, and attentive we hardly need to request anything else as everything was provided stat.

    3 months ago - 28/12/2013

  • Kiwiguy73   6 reviews
    A fantastic little wine bar. Amazing service and wines. Amir you are a star!
  • Cee Zee Local Star   278 reviews
    Cute little commercial terrace that has been converted into a bar/restaurant. As you enter there is a long bar that takes you to stairs that lead you upstairs. They offer a range of share plates and have a limited menu. It's cosy but not overly crowded. Could get tight if there were more people here. Food is good for a bar setting but not somewhere you come just for the food. Order a lucky beer from China just for the buddha shaped bottle. An affordable night out with friendly service but can be slow.

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