Finally managed to get some somewhat-decent photos from RPS on 2 separate trips (you can probably tell by the difference in qualities), one during dinner and one from lunch. A tapas-style restaurant, it’s a great way to try a variety of different dishes (and you can get 5 dishes for a good deal between 2-3 people) quickly and cover the whole menu within 2-3 visits!
My ultimate favourite dish so far will have to be the “Crying Tiger”, which you can see on the above left photo. It has char-grilled wagyu beef with a spicy citrus dipping sauce. You wrap the beef in the salad leafs and dip it into the sauce, it is light and delicious!
Rice Paper Scissors has a big variety in their dishes from all kinds of meats to fish to salads. I would recommend giving anything that appeals to you a try as there are no bad dishes in my opinion! It is a great place to have dinner with friends and the bustling atmosphere gives off a nice vibe for dinner too. A party of four or less would work best as each dish is tailored to be shared and the portions are usually adjusted to fit the number of people in your group!