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wow ... never thought that it have already two comments since the staff told us that the shop is only two months old !!!
We discover this place by chance as we were just window shopping in Raffles place !
So the boss ( i didn't even realise his is the boss until we asked )is standing outside the shop and welcome us with a warm greeting of japanese, KOBANWA ! :)
We browse through the menu and i was attracted to the curry rice !!! But we just eaten some foods so we decided to walk few more rounds first before we decided whether to try the food or not.
OK, in the end we walked in !!! haha ...which is why i can make the review :D
I ordered the CURRY RICE !!! $10.80 and a sesame as dessert $4
While my friend ordered a salmon creamy omu rice $12.80 and a honey toast bread with ice-cream for her dessert.
Well, all is nice just that i would prefer more for my friend salmon omu rice !!! Especially the sauce ...
Oya , almost forget to mention that the rice set also come with salad ! SEE so good
To sum up, i will go back and try for more meals ^ ^
I find the food there really value for money. But the resturant looks too high-class from oustide, might give people the false impression that it serves high-priced food and refrains from eating there.
Meanwhile, I understand from the staff there that they actually have a bakery in Sapporo itself. Interesting that they open dining outlet here instead.
I am a fan of Japanese Omu-rice. And I like the Omu-rice here. At first, I was just trying out the Omu-rice with salmon and cheese, with a feeling that it probably will fail my grading, since "cheese" for omu-rice sounds too rich. But when it came, the cheese match perfectly with the egg. And the egg is not those chinese style omelette (which some outlets ended up with), it is those wet omelette. Since they use plain rice and not tomato rice, you really need the cheese and egg to go with it. But it is perfect!!
An interesting point about this outlet is that it is opened and operated by Japanese from Sapporo, including a malay-looked-alike waiter. Maybe this will be their demerit point, as their staff could not understand what I was saying when I first step into the restuarant. That guy just lead me in to the malay-looked-alike waiter (or was he the manager?) who seems to be the only one who can speak English.
The place had some posters relating to Sapporo, including a train map. I was telling my sister that when we decided on a trip to Sapporo (on our "to-go" list for very long), we should come and ask for some tips about the place.
Another demerit point for the outlet is that it is too easy-to-neglect, compared to the previous Beppu ramen store (Sapporo Trip also have ramen, which I shall aim to try the next time I go) at the same location. But when you step in, the atmosphere is good for dinner (cos the lights are dim).
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