The queue outside Swensen's at Compass Point is ridiculusly long on weekends. Nevertheless, it is all worth it when the all-time favourite Fish and Chips was served. The waiting time for food was just about 10mins, which I consider relatively reasonable, since the queuing time to get a seat was easily 20 to 30mins.
The fish & chips was served slightly later than the pasta. The 2 pieces of golden-brown deep-fried fish fillet were served with crispy thick U.S. fries and a small bowl of coleslaw. The tartar sauce, although it was just a dip, brought out the tastiness of the fish. As for the fries, what would it be without tomato ketchup?
Salmon and Mushroom Pasta - Recommended for those prefers not-so-creamy sauce. The amount of sauce was also just enough for the pasta. The dish was served with quite a fair amount of slightly-cooked salmon. If you prefer cooked salmon, toss it with the warm pasta for a while. However, since Swensen's is not an Italian restaurant, I did not have too high an expectation on the pasta dishes. And, as such, I think the standard was better than what I would expect.
For a meal with just 2 dishes, without ice-creams and deserts, the damage was slightly less than $35.