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Lot 1 Mall
Telephone: (65) 6766-4200
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A Japanese Dessert outlet in Lot 1 Mall

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  1. Jeslyn Tee
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     06 Feb 2010 at 11:24 pm
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    Was the first time that we order food as in food at MOF. The previous time we had desserts there. Since there were only 2 of us, we couldn't try much of their menu. I ordered the ever safe dish, chicken curry pasta. And I fell in love with it. Haha~ Simply because the curry was not like those in other Japanese restaurants. Their curry was not sweet. Getting tired from all the sweet and sama sama ingredients curry from other Jap restaurants, this was a nice change. The "chunks" of tender chicken with the pasta added marks to the dish and I never regretted ordering this.

    Dar ordered Chicken Teriyaki Pasta and incomparison, this dish is not as nice as the curry. Not sure whether its the chicken or the teriyaki sauce they used but there was a "fishy smell" to the dish that puts me off trying it after 1 bite.

    We got free drinks as we ordered pasta dishes. We chose ice lemon tea which we all agreed that it doesn't taste nice at all but the macha tea tasted great.. With me, dessert is of course a must. Haha.... I chose light soft serve that goes easy on my stomach and digestion. Of course the desserts came out satisfying as even the passive Dar persuaded me to sign for the MOF citizen card so that we will enjoy discounts and rebates the next time we visit. Its $10 for member fees and if you show your UOB card, the member fees reduces to $6 for 2 years.

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    1. catherinetgk
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       20 Mar 2009 at 9:45 pm

      I quite like Lot 1. In itself, it's quite a family mall, and seeing the kids and stuff is really heartwarming. However, I don't think MOF here gets as much praise from me... The desserts and drinks are equally AWESOME compared the Suntec City outlet, don't get me wrong, but something is still missing from this outlet... It basically lacks that "nice" ambience that Suntec City's outlet is totally bursting with.... I just don't quite know how to go about explaining it. Hmmm.... No competition. Suntec wins.

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      1. steve TheFoodMan
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         29 Jun 2008 at 12:04 am
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        Went to Lot 1 mall for shopping. after dinner, happen to pass by MOF and was instantly attracted by its dessert. Went in and had 2 dessert with my wife.

        Japanese Sweet Potato with Green Tea Ice Cream The sweet potato was piping hot and it kinda melt the ice cream next to it. Take a bit of the potato and a bit of green tea ice cream and place them in your mouth, its HEAVEN. You can taste the difference between the 2 flavours as the sweet potato is firm and sweet while the ice cream is cold and smooth. As the ice-cream is not sweeten type, it actually balance the dish by neturalising the sweetness of the potato. - $6.80

        Oven baked mochi with red bean soup This dish is definitely for the sweet tooth as it is really really sweet. The mochi is firm and chewy. The red bean soup is thick and the beans is cooked till soft. Really taste yummy. - $6.80

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        1. eeml
          eeml said:
          i think the desserts are just average... the sweet potato with ice cream is better at azabu sabo
          23 Sep 2008 at 9:23 am
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