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#01-02 Serene Centre
10 Jalan Serene
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6462-2522
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  1. jessthia
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     26 Dec 2008 at 2:34 pm

    This place is now selling Japanese ala-carte Buffet at $29 , top up $3 for free flow of A drink & one Dessert.

    I recently come to know about this place offer Japanese ala-carte Buffet via their SMS marketing to my mobile phone.

    Serene Centre #01 beside Macdonald's, easy car parking for this aged building, but limited space.

    One of the cheapest Jap buffet in town, but don't put too high expectation of the food.

    Tempura flour too thick and oily. Breaded skin prawn, the breaded skin too hard. Fried Tofu skin sticky. Grilled mackerel oil not fragrant, thus can't feel the natural sweetness of the fish.

    Sashimi very small cut and small portion, not as crunchy as other established popular Japanese buffet restaurants. Generally serving portion very small than other established brands, but then can try more dishes.

    Conclusion, still edible once a while if you are bored of eating at the other popular Japanese buffet restaurants or if you are staying nearby don't feel like travelling far.

    This place also offers Japanese dessert for High Tea and Dinner. I like its Green Tea Japanese Dumpling (covered with green tea powder) - 3pcs for $2.50 .

    This can also be an aircon place to hang around on a lazy afternoon for High Tea as its window faces greeneries and side road from Bukit Timah towards Farrer Road, and easy car parking and accessible by bus.

    They also have friendly and patient service staff.

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    1. feizhu
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       24 Oct 2007 at 11:47 pm
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      Popped by sleepy Serene Centre with my gf for some cheap French food only to find it packed to the brim with a long queue to boot. So we sort of gave up the idea and settled for the only other alternative (besides MacDonalds), Yoshoku Kitchen.

      For cavemen like me, Yoshoku simply means western food with a Japanese flair aka fusion, for lack of a better word. This 1 year old eatery sits quietly next to its more illustrious neighbours, Island Creamery and La Petit Cuisine. A cosy darkened interior complete with a floor to ceiling window beckons.

      The Hotate Mentai Chizu Yaki, or scallops baked with cod roe sauce, was rather interesting as I've never eaten scallops covered with a thick layer of cheese before. The scallops were quite a size and came buried under mounds of thick gooey cheese buffered by the Thousand Island taste alike cod roe sauce. Honestly, I liked it quite a fair bit (I'm a cheese freak) except for the fact that the cod roe sauce was a little too overwhelming.

      How good/bad can Japanese curry rice get? Yoshoku's rendition was averagely decent and unexciting. Curry was neither too watery nor coagulated but normal rice was used instead of Japanese rice, which was expected for the price ($8).

      Primed as one of the must tries in this restaurant, the Wafu Bifu Suteki, or beef steak with Japanese sauce, was a tad disappointing given that I had much higher expectations of it. The beef was unevenly cooked, with some parts being almost well done while others tended more towards medium well. That aside, the beef was relatively succulent and chewy but lacked the natural beef taste although I did find it quite well seasoned. The Japanese sauce was nothing more than a milder and sweeter version of the black pepper sauce.

      $54 for 2 pax for a decent and filling meal in a serene environment is a little on the high side but still within the reasonable range IMHO. Service is good as well which is definitely a plus. Just don't get your expectations too high.

      See my pictures here

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