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11:30am - 11pm (Last order 10:30pm)
Total of 56 tables
Went to this place for lunch before going for a performance. Being a dessert lover, was attracted here by the replicas of the desserts outside the store. This place is noisy, being an enclosed area and people around talking loudly and a constant flow of customers.
I ordered Beef Stew and Ichigo Milk Parfait. While my friends ordered the Beef curry rice and some mushroom pasta which I forgot the name.
Soup base for the beef stew was tomato which was too sour for my liking. Though I will give a thumbs up for the beefy taste of the beef and its great texture. Other ingredients in the bowl are brocoli and carrots cooked just right to retain some crunchiness. I did not finish my bowl of pasta though, as the portion of pasta was too large with comparatively small portion of other ingredients.
Beef curry was too sweet and taste just like any other curried rice. Nothing special.
I did try some of the soup for the clear mushroom base pasta. Salty was the word and nothing else to it. Though the portion was upsized, it doesn't look like much cept for the taller bowl that made eating difficult.
Ichigo Milk Parfait saved the day with the Milky ice cream not too sweet, creamily smooth (yum yum~~) and blended well with the sweet ichigo lined on top. However, the pool of ichigo sauce at the bottom of the cup spoils a little for me as the concentration was too sweet to eat with the cornflakes. Without this, this dessert would be perfect~
Service of the restaurant was not so desired though. The male service crew kept appearing behind me (towered over me) though he could have stood at the side of our table and we could hear him well (vice versa). Got a shocked from him on several occasions plus the fact I was wearing a dress with low V cutting added to the annoyance.
Nevertheless, menu was quite extensive and we were spoiled for choices. Will definitely visit again to try its other kinds of pasta and of course the ichigo milk parfait ;D
I was with my family at this waraku branch a couple of mths ago and we ordered 3 different dishes: 1 set meal, 1 pasta and 1 salmon baked rice.
The set meal (I think we ordered chicken) was a small portion
of tough meat with insufficient sauce.
The pasta was cold and not very appetising sauce. I don't see anything that differs it from the real pasta that is worth commenting. I mean, if you want me to go to a japanese restaurant to eat pasta instead of sushi, I expect it to be not just "seems interesting" but taste good or at least taste japanese. I would prefer the italian version.
The baked rice looks appetising though it's a small portion too. Sadly, it wasn't as piping hot as I expected it to be and the salmon had an aftertaste as if they added some stuff to let it taste fresher. It left my tongue kind of numb and rough and bitter. =/
I went to Pasta de Waraku with some colleagues some months back. It was my first time there as I generally prefer Italian pasta though.
Apparently, every order of a pasta dish here entitles you to a small bowl of salad. It was tossed in a Wafu dressing, which was very all right.
I order a Wafu Scallop & Asparagus Spaghetti (S$12.80). It was not too bad. Although the spaghetti was not al dente enough, this was nonetheless not too bad for a Japanese pasta dish.
This is worth a visit if one just wish to try out a Japanese interpretation of an Italian staple, but otherwise I would prefer to stick to the italians.
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