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Been to this Japanese Food Bazzar a couple of times, Basically I would say that this place's concept is quite similar and in some ways identical to that of Marche's. Only difference would be that this places serves mostly Japanese food instead of Western, which suits me fine.
I have tried the egg omelette, seafood pizza, sashimi, grilled food ( squid, bacon and asparagus on skewer, beef on skewer, fried vegetable,etc). And I must say that they taste much much better than those I have eaten before at Marche's. It is likely due to the sauces that they used in teh grilling. As for the sashimi, it is fresh and melts in your mouth. But the price is a bit steep for only a few slices of the sashimi. But I personally feel that it is worth the money.
It can get quite crowded on weekends and as such the waiting time for your fo dcan get a bit long as well as the queuing up time to get into the restaurant. Therefore do be prepared to wait. All in all, this is a great place to eat when you are with a big group of friends. But do watch your orders to avoid racking up a hefty bill.
To start off, this is my first time at this Marche concept Japanese Food Bazaar together with my friends for a birthday celebration. Before I went in, I was guessing what kind of Japanese style food could they possibly serve inside?
After walking round and round the whole complex, I finally decided on the Grilled Chicken Omu Rice (picture above) as it look the most appetizing of them all. Nicely grilled and tender served with onion rice and a omelet on top, the display simply set my saliva drooling. I would say the food is not bad, and reasonably priced too at $7.80. Definitely worth your money!
Next up, I ordered the Rosti (yup, the same one as Marche) as I have not eaten one in ages. Hmm, didn't know why, maybe the person who fried it isn't skilled enough as I find the potato strips a bit over fried and oily. Did not get to enjoy it much. Oh well, but my Omu rice more than make up for the failed Rosti.
For their service, I was quite impressed with it as they took great length to explain to their customers what each dish is about if the customer seem lost on what to order. The timing for them to serve their dish was pretty fast too. Thumbs up for them on service~
I personally find the stuffs here a tad pricey for the portion and quality. It's better to go in big groups so you can afford to try more variety, but the other thing is that the portions aren't very big to share among too large numbers either. Besides, whilst it is supposed to be a Japanese food bazaar, I don't find the offerings particularly "Japanese".
Seriously, I think for real Japanese food lovers, there are better places to put your money at for more authentic tasting sushi, ramen, teppanyaki and the likes.
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