Review: While I was here, I had a sundried tomato falafel, a salad and a cous cous with vegetable soup. I enjoyed all of them. The pita bread that came with the falafel was soft, chewy and fragrant, which complimented the crunchiness of falafel well. The salad dressing was light and pleasant, while the vegetables gave a good range of textures. However, the falafel and vegetable soup were a little too salty for my taste (this is the norm of Mediterranean cuisine, I don't think other restaurants do it much differently) and the cous cous was too fine to be eaten on its own (but it's good with the soup, the texture makes it seem like cheese flakes). Also, the restaurant is markedly less classy than other restaurants in Marina Bay Sands, so keep that in mind if you're planning to dine there. All in all, I would still come back here to eat again.