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The main thing which i love about shokudo would be the ambiance. it's a wonderful place to hang out with friends. The food was pretty affordable as well except for the grilled skewers which were pretty pricey.
This time round, i had the wasabi prawn omelette. it was very worth it due to the amount of prawns used. During my previous visits, I tried the omu-rice with chicken chop, mushroom pizza and of course, their desserts.
i can never skip their desserts especially waffles with gelato. It's really good that they have uncommon flavours of gelato like rock melon ice cream, yuzu and many others. my favourites has got to be green tea, rock melon and strawberry yogurt. The waffles are thick, fluffy and very filling. so i would advise you not to eat such a heavy main course if you want dessert.
In total, i have visited shokudo for about 7 times and i would definitely go back for more.
I went during lunch and during dinner. Though the concept of food ordering was similar to Marche and they had a lot more choices than Marche, their restaurant layout was rather messy (nothing comparable to the relax environment that Marche offers). Its quite hard to find the stall that you want, since they were not arranged in a straight-line or circular basis. Instead, they were positioned to make full use of the space, while creating natural bordering to the seats. No matter where you sit, you wouldn’t feel that the restaurant could occupy a lot of people, but whenever you step out to move around the stalls, you would find yourself easily bumping into another person.
When I went during lunch, I ordered a curry noodle, and I could see their cooking staff working rather slow, when there wasn’t much orders in front of mine.
The negatives aside, this place was a perfect outlet for me!! From my favourite omu-rice & curry rice/noodle, to the others like Japanese pizza, teppanyaki, yakitori, sashimi, dessert, it combined a lot of Japanese food in 1 location. They also had a few soup choices and I ordered a bowl of ready-in-pot miso soup with white radish. Their omu-rice had various choices of meat to go with it, but the main focus (egg) only got a 70 over 100 from me. It’s only half way between a Chinese-style omelette-on-rice and a wet Japanese-style omu-rice. Their Japanese pizza was really thin but just that I am not a fan of Japanese pizza.
Saw the long queue at Shokudo Raffles City and decided not to go in. But passed by Heeren just the other day they had another Shokudo at the heeren basement.
No queue, so decided to go in to have a look since i nv had a chance to step into the one at Raffles City. The abience was good, there were playing pop jap music and the staff were very nice. They greet you when you enter the restaurant and as you walk past the various food counters.
There were alot to choose from but we settled on rosti, omelette, salmon sashimi, omu rice and a dessert. The food is good, with huge sharing portions. They also have rather unique drinks imported from japan (a counter staff told me).
Overall, I'm rather happy with the dining experience and would definitely bring more friends to Shokudo.
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