Mom bought a samsung lcd from this place, from a very very very friendly man who also sold her our new fridge. There was many selections, and the freebies was every cent worth.
Eventually we went home with the sound systems and the LCDs and have no complains so far (being a complainy family)
the reasoned out things to help us reach a decision, also carefully thinking for the fact that we're not like rich people or wad though his commission may be more...and best of all he is from fridge department or something. LOL
the Delivery man and the installation team was very professional and swift. We would have been entangled in all those wires...
Other Best Denki Shopping experience was great too.
All from the online store. They will indicate the time taken to 'ship' or rather deliver to our doorstep.
Usually its 12 hours, 24 hours, even a week for new products. However they usually take lesser time than specified, and will call you to ask when u feel like it being delivered, and to ur friends house or urs.
Everything seems so perfect and the stuff are seldom in defect. All wrapped up nicely, the smaller ones in envelope...macbook in the slim box...
Polarbear said: Wow... U bought all at one go? One thing you forgot to mention is free engraving for ipod when ordered online! Hee.... 18 Feb 2008 at 7:17 pm
Pharque said: No la....i not so rich...but even if i cannot afford i have an addiction to satisfy haha. yea i noe...but sometimes i don feel like the engraving part. just want it to my house asap 18 Feb 2008 at 7:23 pm
ladyironchef said: woo.. thats all the apple stuff that i wan too. lol! where's ipod touch and iphone? hahaha 18 Feb 2008 at 10:05 pm
Pharque said: my friends say laggy leh 18 Feb 2008 at 10:26 pm
yonghweefoo said: Agreed. They usually deliver in 24 Hours.. 20 May 2008 at 8:55 pm
Not really a fan of Sakae, my mom and I was kinda drawn to dine at Sakae Tekkanyaki because it was one of the restaurants that were open at Terminal 3 at that point of time.
We had Sakae Set and Turkey Dinner Set. The chef was right in front of us cooking, the smell wasn't stuck to our clothes, I don't know why, he was kinda pressured cos we kept talking and teasing him.
The duck meat in my Sakae Set tasted like beef and was awesome. The 'chawanmushi' which was small and in an onion ring was creatively cute but really small...
The Turkey was just nice too...
Their bean spourts were picked at the front and the back. I like that kind. The doumiao was fresh and crunchy too. Everything was cool except the service.
Filled with trainees that were under prepared, and even the supervisor or manager i assume (cos she was in a black blazer) was sotong. The other one who looks younger was better but she was merely 'overlooking the operations' after some point of time. The aircon was low and the place was damn hot no thanks to the teppanyaki theme. They ought to turn up the aircons. The chef was great, cashier alright, servers are retarded, can't see that my tea was not filled, and I had to CALL AND CALL SERVERAL TIMES! and when they are called they blur blur come over and top it up. and in my cold water cup they pour hot water even after i requested COLD water. I GAVE UP. and stopped drinking.
That sotong supervisor even spilled over our sake. It was in this pretty glass decanter with a hole to put ice to chill the sake, and there was that 'mouth' area at the pitcher so u pour the liquid out from that dent, that sotong pour from the other end. AND THE RESULT WAS THE ICE IN THE HOLE DRIPPED INTO MY RICE and she didn't bother to change my rice. ?!@#$@
not that I want to call her names and all but this is the number one sotong SERVICE.
but food was VERY worth the money so i am still giving a 4 star and i hope they improve their amateur service.
OK to be honest, my maiden visit was like eons ago when it was still in Amara Hotel or something...if I am not mistaken...
It truly sucked and vow never to go back again.
But I gave it another try when my friends said it's not bad at the citylink's branch.
It was ALOT better than the past, but still, average. However the price is...omfg. overall not worth it pls. It's only as good as thai food courts.
I had the seafood tom yam soup which was addicitve by nature, but I thought it was rather bland because it was 'watery'. Not that I am complaining it was not spicy enough though. It's just not soupy enough.
AND had the pineapple rice...the combination of the raisins, fried fish and etc was alright...but it could do better if there were more small crunchy stuff like fresher pineapple dices (i know it is canned but canned oso will crunchy WAD) and maybe chicken floss since it is halal...and also like some small deep fried rice noodles to add the crunch factor....
my friend ate that seafood glass noodle which was moderately sweet and smell/taste like 'xin zhou chao mi fen", was like best of all...but the amount...can be more anot?????
overall food was better than i expected, at least i finished everything shud be ok...and prices...omfg. must be all go to the rent and too many retarded floor staff...