Angel’s Share | Review

Angel’s Share restrobar first burst onto the scene last July with an impressive offering of 50 wine labels available by the glass, but whaddya know, it offers pretty fab chow too. The outdoor area faces a jungle of greenery, not in a creepy a la Lost way, but a romantic, pretty way. Service here is top‑notch too—our bottoms had barely touched the seats when a complimentary drink and tuna kebabs materialized out of nowhere in a pleasantly surprising manner. We thumbed through the recently revamped menu, starting off with the Ma La spiced chicken wings—a generous portion of drumlets and wings that tasted as exotically delectable as it sounded. Our mains, the N.Z. tenderloin steak was good too, although at medium rare, it could have been slightly juicier. It was well‑paired with a glass of full‑bodied red wine, wisely recommended by the wait staff. Our dessert was a good end to a satisfying meal—a creamy, liquor‑infused slice of mocha tiramisu. Overall this was a lovely dining experience, and we suspect that this is one of those places that will get even better over time.