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200 Victoria Street #01-53
Bugis Junction
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6338-9216
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Restaurants » Japanese, Fusion
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Modern Japanese Fusion Cafe

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  1. Leenie Pigs
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     24 Apr 2013 at 11:27 am
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    I've been walking pass this SHOKUDO outlet in Bugis day after day salivating at the pictures of japanese desserts and while hanging out with the "38" aunties last night, we've decided to spend our dessert monies here.

    Its a pretty casual dining cafe styled restaurant. You are practically seating by the walkway... an open concept corner space in a calming shade of beige and matcha green. While we approached the entry counter, the friendly staff kindly showed us to our seats, though its a small place, there are plenty of seats available. Its a little noisy i must say but pretty casual and good for long noisy chats with the "38" aunties club.

    After a heavy dinner, we wanted something light sweet and slow eating... We've decided on something we find interesting in the menus.

    The tofu cheesecake is one that blows our minds off... Its a pretty small serving for $5.80 however its creamy and cheesy... Looks like tofu on some biscuit base drizzled with raspberry sauce its rather gelatiny. I must say its something special something that bears the cheesy and creamy taste of cheesecakes and the soft gelatin texture of tofu somewhat also like creamy jello but just harder.. The taste is balanced and good to share as too much of the creamy stuff sends you off balance. Also comes in green tea (macha), red bean (azuki) flavour that comes with a ball of ice-cream.

    Macha Parfait is another fabulous desserts. I love the presentation of this dessert.. In a half sized tall drinking glass you can find the cornflakes on the base layer topped by green tea jello, azuki sauce, some cream, 3 balls of mochi, one large ball of macha ice-cream, one slice of biscotti and a dollop of whipped cream. Mmmm mmm mmm..... The entire mixture is perfect as each layer is a surprise while when we mix them works so well together. The taste and texture were amazing.. Beautiful and delicious.

    We could also find other nice things such as pastas, pizzas, sandwiches and burgers coupled by regular Javanese main course. So we are sure to come back to try the other dishes..

    Service is prompt and staff is helpful with good recommendations of their menu especially desserts. We love the tofu cheesecake so much that we enquired to buy one whole cake which cost about $58 for one that should be ordered one day before. Sure to come back, love the food, the casual ambiance, the friendly staff and my sweet tooth!

    Bring your friends, though the serving size is just right... Its good for sharing so that more dishes can be ordered.. so much to try!!!

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    1. alina11
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       16 Nov 2011 at 4:13 pm

      So, the other day me and my mom went to Bugis to do some shopping and happened to pass by this restaurant. It was lunch time so we decided to eat here.

      Not much people there, so we got seated right away. The waitress wasn't very nice, and she was the reason why I only gave a 4 star rating. She just THREW the menus on the table! And after we were done ordering, she only gave us ONE side plate and no utensils! Only when the other waitress (or probably the manager) came when I asked for more utensils, she offered us water. Si bei rude seyh!

      Okay, the food was DELICIOUS! We ordered a Crispy Salmon Maki, Asparagus(?) and Corn Carbonara Pasta and Curry set (w/ rice and tempura). The maki came first, accompanied with soy sauce. Like its name, it has raw salmon and some crispy thingy in the maki. Then my pasta was really really good! As if it came from some 5 star restaurant in a hotel! :D Mom's curry was also great, but she had already finished all the rice and tempura after 5mins. I just took some curry. I begged her to get some of that Fried Shiitake Mushrooms cuz I was still kinda hungry but like any 'typical Singaporean auntie', she said 'SAVE MONEY LAH! YOU WAN GET FAT LIKE UNCLE BERNARD IZZIT (my short uncle who weighs like 100kg)?!

      Would definitely go back again, if that freaking waitress gets fired.

      Soz, no pictures. Forgot to bring my phone and mom wouldn't let me use hers.

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      1. hburn10
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         18 Mar 2011 at 2:05 pm
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        Settled here for a post-lunch chit chat, and also given that some of the guys weren’t terribly full by lunch at Chef Daniel’s.

        The place was quite nicely filled up without being crowded on a Saturday afternoon and we managed to snag a nice corner seat for 5pax.

        Seafood pizza ($16.80) – We picked pizza because the thin crust will not fill us up too much but still be a good snack. Plus we saw a 1-4-1 pizza for Citibank card holders. This was quite nice and the crust thin but not too crispy, only that they could be more generous with the seafood for the price.

        Teriyaki chicken cheese pizza ($12.80) – Good choice, with the lean chicken slices complimenting the cheese very well surprisingly. Earl Gery ($5) – Dilmah early gery; nothing to complain about but a nice touch with the cookie.

        Service was okay and generally a very good place to chill and people-watch at the same time. Will be coming back!

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