We happened to be at Far East and decided to head here as we were craving spicy seafood. I ordered Mee Goreng. The Mee Goreng was tasty but had too much lettuce and it was rather oily. My friend ordered the tom yam soup, and it was horrible. It tasted powdery. Not authentic at all. I seriously don’t like I will visit this stall anymore. It is at the 4th floor of Far East plaza, not much people in the restaurant during dinnertime. I supposed that everyone tried will not come back again.
Hotplate Beancurd at Sakura was good as usual! I love how it always comes with an egg layer below The beancurd was really soft and good! I like how the dish also comes with other vegetables like corn. Extra points for this dish because it also has mushrooms! Service there is average though...
The hotplate seafood e-mee at sakura is quite tasty. It is a dish that you have to try. Unlike other places, the mee was well cooked thus making the dish even tastier. It was not that spicy but it was still nice. There was sotong, prawns and mushrooms in the dish and it was well cooked also. Overall, the dish was of satisfactory level.
I was walking around far east plaza with my girlfriend when we both got hungry and started looking for somewhere we can have dinner. I noticed this restaurant and decided to give it a try. It was called sakura halal thai, their food were zi char style. we ordered their hor fun and sweet and sour chicken. Both were nice and tasty. The chicken portion was quite a lot but quite pricey. Nevertheless it was yummy!
My dad and I decided to have lunch at Sakura as he loves the tom yam, seabass and grouper.
Our trip to Sakura was not wasted as the food was of satisfactory level and the service was good too. We had sambal kang kong, which was not too spicy and not too bland. One of my favourite dishes in Sakura.
Next, is the sweet and sour chicken. I prefer this to the fish. It's more tastier. Not too sweet or sour. The hotplate beancurd is a must have when at Sakura.
Lastly, our grouper. The soup is also very nice and the fish is very tasty. It's a bit spicy but that is what makes it tasty. However, there are a lot of bones in the soup thus you have to be a little careful when drinking the soup.
My friend and I got to far east and it was lunch time, we were both famished and all the hawkers were packed with the working crowd. We walked passed sakura halal thai and it was not too crowded. While looking at the menu outside, a waitress came out and approach us. Surprised by such a pleasant service, we decided to give it a try. I ordered a plate of sambal kang kong and white rice. The kang kong cost me eight dollars, I guess it was quite pricey. I should not have succumb to such good service and end up paying more.
The whole restaurant shouts out "I'm a family diner!". It's perfect for families to have their food! I went there with my friends for dinner and we ordered mee goreng, twin fish fried rice, sweet adn sour fish, tom yam soup and more. The mee goreng (my own dish) was delicious but it was just the same as the outside kind of mee goreng. At $4.50, I would rather have ordered something else. The tom yam soup was GREAT! I love it because there was no lemongrass taste and I really hate lemongrass! The service was not too bad, food came on time, polite, etc. All in all, a place to go!
This outlet is located at Far East Plaza and is always so crowded during meal times. We have to wait for a short while before they have tables for us. The area was quite cramp. After we placed order for our food, we were quite surprised that we do not need to wait too long before the food items were served. The fried wantons were hot and crispy. A very delicious snack. As for my beef kway teow, I personally find it a bit too oily but the beef used was well marinated and tender. Service wise was average.