On Friday night, I miraculously got off work on time and headed to the city for dinner. We were celebrating Wai Lam's admission as a lawyer and she had picked Riley Street Garage, a fancy-ish restaurant which serves share plates.
Baked chicken (which was okay), truffled mash (great), fries (can't go wrong) and pea risotto in the background (really good).
Chorizo corn dogs, which was disappointing for how tiny they were (they're $4 each).
Burrata (the great love of my life) with peppers on fried bread.
It was moderately pricey overall and we were still hungry afterwards (we'd got a few other dishes too) so I'd save this place for special occasions.