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Finally, I have tried it !!
After a looooooooooong queue, but it's worth it.. The other day i tried their Shokudo Japanese Pasta at Citylink, and now i have also tried their Shokudo Japanese food Bazaar.. What can i say ?! They have real cool concepts !!
When you enter the restaurant, they have these samurai costume (look kinda of fierce), kimono (that's too huge for somebody to wear.. Is that meant for wearing in the first place..?), and some more Jap stuff which i have forgotten.. (got distracted by the wide range of Jap food..) Like Marche, they have different corners that is with different designs.. And they even have a kids corner too ! (Heehee..) Murals are beautifully drawn, i must say..
Oh yes ! I tried their robatayaki (skewers).. Yummy-lic-ous !! Gotta try the prawns wrapped with bacon and the tsekune.. Also, their teppenyaki..!! Whoooo ! Fantastic ! It's soo savoury, especially the Beef Tenderloin.. Tender Juicy Beef Cubes dip into the sauce, together with roasted garlic slice ! Shiok !
I had the ramen and sushi also.. Mmm.. Sushi was fresh and very professional slice.. As for the ramen, pretty good.. Not sure if the noodles was hand-made..? Mmm.. Anyway, i regretted not taking photos of those food that i have ordered.. If not, i would be able to post it here and tempt all yebbers.. (Haahaa..)
I'm going this Sat again, with my Australian friends.. I'm gonna impress them with our Singapore biggest Japanese restaurant.. (Heehee..) *Let's see if i can take some photos..
My family decided to give this place a try after seeing it featured in the newspaper. I rather good experience I must say. They also adopt the food market concept, much like Marche and Vil’age. The place is relatively big, and sits quite a lot of people.
The food’s pretty decent, and you can find Marche-favourites like rosti amongst the other japanese food. The yakitori corner serves up a wide variety of stuff too.
The sashimi platter was quite disappointing actually, costing $15 for 12 slices of sashimi. I quite liked their grilled saba, and some other yakitori stuff like the scallops and mushroom. The mushroom soup ran out by the time I placed my order, but it looked quite good.
The burgers come in really huge portions, costing $9 at most. Think Carls Jr., but bigger. Yes, it’s really worth the size, only that the taste isn’t too fantastic - frozen salmon patties.
Dessert was good. I quite liked their homemade cheesecake, with a soft feel and nice crust below. The raspberry (I think) sauce on top really goes well together. The cake costs about $4, and can satisfy your sweet cravings. Not too rich, not too sweet, and not too large a portion. The other dessert I tasted, the mango slush ice, wasn’t at all worth it. Basically a bowl of crushed ice sprayed with mango juice and topped with very little mango, costing $7 - bad choice.
Overall, the ambience was decent. Service however was a little bad, with long waiting times to collect food - almost 20 min for my yakitori to be ready. Dinner for 4 cost about $150, slightly more costly than what we’d pay if we had dinner at Sushi Tei. But of course, it’s a different experience, even if it came at a higher price. Still, I found it rather expensive, partly because we over-ordered.
There are quite a few more items I have yet to try, and would probably give it a shot again. If you choose the right stuff to eat, you’d probably get a good deal out of it.
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