07 Jan 2010 at 11:11 pm
Just been to this Japanese eating place at Illuma. This was an eating outlet which consisted of several small Japanese shops housed under one roof. On the outlook, it looks pretty much the same as most other Japanese eating places. But the most fascinating in this place was not the food (thou it was nice), but rather the way one orders their food.
Each table comes with an electronic pen, which is a scanner to scan the food codes on the electronic menu. This saves much time as the waiters need only serve the food and clear the table accordingly. As I went with a group of friends, we managed to taste a variety of food. These includes the hotpan rice set, which consists of a hotpan of beansprouts, beef and salmon, coupled with miso soup and white rice. We also tasted their Maki and curry rice, as well as pork ramen and bento sets. The food was generally tasty and portions were about right. We also tasted their desserts, which were some slices of cakes. They were not sweet , but wer...
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