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2014-12-28 432 views
Collins has become my favourite "steakhouse". The food here is better than more established names such as Astons and Botak Jones. I always go for their sirloin steaks or lamb chops, which in my opinion is cooked to perfection, as good as you can get from 5-star steakhouses, at a fraction of their prices. I find myself ordering their lamb chops more often. Do take note, that this item sells out often, particularly on weekends. The lamb is well marinated and cooked (grilled) to perfection. Topped
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Collins has become my favourite "steakhouse". The food here is better than more established names such as Astons and Botak Jones. 

I always go for their sirloin steaks or lamb chops, which in my opinion is cooked to perfection, as good as you can get from 5-star steakhouses, at a fraction of their prices. 

I find myself ordering their lamb chops more often. Do take note, that this item sells out often, particularly on weekends. The lamb is well marinated and cooked (grilled) to perfection. Topped with pepper sauce and served with chips and coleslaw, servings are generous; always sufficient to fill me up (and I am a big eater).

Whenever I feel like having western food and feel lazy to dress up, I simply head over to Collins!

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2013-12-17 406 views
What we were given after we ordered and paid. There was a non-stop flow of customers when we were there.Teppanyaki Sirloin Bento was $9.50: it includes karaage which is fried chicken, several pieces of sliced sirloin served in teriyaki sauce. The rice had the japanese condiments on top which was a nice touch and the bento was served with a bowl of miso on the side.Mixed Grill was really worth it at $10.90. The portion was humongous! The salad was generous and similar to the bento's salad in dres
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What we were given after we ordered and paid. There was a non-stop flow of customers when we were there.
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Teppanyaki Sirloin Bento was $9.50: it includes karaage which is fried chicken, several pieces of sliced sirloin served in teriyaki sauce. The rice had the japanese condiments on top which was a nice touch and the bento was served with a bowl of miso on the side.
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Mixed Grill was really worth it at $10.90. The portion was humongous! The salad was generous and similar to the bento's salad in dressing. The spaghetti was cooked aglio olio (might want to mention something if you can't take spice). Chicken Sausage, 2 pieces of meet and corn. This is not for the faint hearted but for the hungry!
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That's where their chili sauce and condiments are. Save the environment by taking on what is necessary.
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Total price of dinner was $22.40, though honestly we could have done without the mushroom soup. It was served hot, but tasted watery--most likely canned soup.

Would want to consider their baked rice or prawns if I was to return
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2013-10-24 211 views
Coming to Collin’s counter and placed my order, I was given a torch plate which it will blink once my food is ready. Cope with numerous of orders, their business was undoubtfully good especially during lunch time. Topped with saucy cheese, this fusion was normally found in Hong Kong Restaurant. Surprisingly, Collin’s was famous of their Western Cuisine was selling it too. Well, Curry and Cheese might not sound matching, but this combination really tasty. Before started to eat, the aroma was so s
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Coming to Collin’s counter and placed my order, I was given a torch plate which it will blink once my food is ready. Cope with numerous of orders, their business was undoubtfully good especially during lunch time.
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Topped with saucy cheese, this fusion was normally found in Hong Kong Restaurant. Surprisingly, Collin’s was famous of their Western Cuisine was selling it too. Well, Curry and Cheese might not sound matching, but this combination really tasty. Before started to eat, the aroma was so strong. Potatoes and Carrots was smoothly soft in texture, well accompanied the rice along with Savory Curry. Not greasy at all, the portion was just nice. It was $5.50, affordable.
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2013-08-26 146 views
Their signature dish is their western dishes, this time i ordered mango salmon spaghetti set which comes with one slice of salmon, spaghetti ,a small corn and salad. Their salad is very fresh, this salmon goes well with the mango sauces, sweet and a bit sour. It was fried till very crispy,very refreshing. The spaghetti sauces very nice too but a bit oily.ehe average waiting time 15mins and price cost $6.90.
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Their signature dish is their western dishes, this time i ordered mango salmon spaghetti set which comes with one slice of salmon, spaghetti ,a small corn and salad. Their salad is very fresh, this salmon goes well with the mango sauces, sweet and a bit sour. It was fried till very crispy,very refreshing. The spaghetti sauces very nice too but a bit oily.

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ehe average waiting time 15mins and price cost $6.90.
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2013-06-08 83 views
It's located very near to my workplace, so whenever I'm craving for Japanese food, I will come here during lunchtime as this area only has this stall selling Japanese food. This time I tried their ramen., it's not authentic. The noodles tasted like those packet noodles, soup base very light, feel like drinking light soya sauce, egg totally failed, fish cake & tau pok just so-so, but can't expect much. For the price charged, I find that a bit expensive.Can try their bento or western food but not
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It's located very near to my workplace, so whenever I'm craving for Japanese food, I will come here during lunchtime as this area only has this stall selling Japanese food.

This time I tried their ramen., it's not authentic. The noodles tasted like those packet noodles, soup base very light, feel like drinking light soya sauce, egg totally failed, fish cake & tau pok just so-so, but can't expect much. For the price charged, I find that a bit expensive.

Can try their bento or western food but not their ramen, which proves itself to be not nice.

Previous waiting time was quite long, but recently I found that not much people queue for it & waiting time took less than 10mins.
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2013-05-18 120 views
The place is a stall at the FoodLoft coffeeshop, facing SPH.Pork Ribs ($6.90), packed in bento box for takeaway.For takeaway, I was charged an additional $0.20. The food is nicely packed into a bento box, very thoughtful. The pork ribs is quite tender and juicy. The sides are not bad too, with lots of greens, topped with salad dressing and crispy fries to go with.
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The place is a stall at the FoodLoft coffeeshop, facing SPH.
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Pork Ribs ($6.90), packed in bento box for takeaway.
For takeaway, I was charged an additional $0.20. The food is nicely packed into a bento box, very thoughtful. The pork ribs is quite tender and juicy. The sides are not bad too, with lots of greens, topped with salad dressing and crispy fries to go with.
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2013-04-26 49 views
The stall is in a coffeeshop opposite SPH. At first plan to order pork ribs which is cheaper, but is not available. Char Grilled German Bratwurst Sausage ($7.90)I changed the sweet corn to french fries, with a topup of $0.50 more. So total is $8.40. Sausage is very juicy and big. A large amount of salad is served by the side to make it a balanced meal. Overall very filling and tasty meal.
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The stall is in a coffeeshop opposite SPH. At first plan to order pork ribs which is cheaper, but is not available.
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Char Grilled German Bratwurst Sausage ($7.90)
I changed the sweet corn to french fries, with a topup of $0.50 more. So total is $8.40. Sausage is very juicy and big. A large amount of salad is served by the side to make it a balanced meal. Overall very filling and tasty meal.
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2013-04-05 39 views
I’ve been to Collin’s Grille & Bento Express stall countless times, but it was the first time I took photos and decided to upload it. The corner stall of the foodcourt, Collin’s provides a wide range of food. For today’s lunch, I ordered healthy Aglio Olio with an adequate portion. It came along with Peppery Chicken, Coleslaw and a Grilled Corn. Gravy wise, I wouldn’t say it was fantastic, but the taste still considered acceptable. Only costed $5.50 per set, that’s why I came here always.
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I’ve been to Collin’s Grille & Bento Express stall countless times, but it was the first time I took photos and decided to upload it.
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The corner stall of the foodcourt, Collin’s provides a wide range of food.
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For today’s lunch, I ordered healthy Aglio Olio with an adequate portion. It came along with Peppery Chicken, Coleslaw and a Grilled Corn. Gravy wise, I wouldn’t say it was fantastic, but the taste still considered acceptable.
Only costed $5.50 per set, that’s why I came here always.
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2013-03-30 184 views
Everytime i will just tried their japanese bento,this time i tried their seafood baked riceThey have 2 kind of baked rice,1 is japanese curry chicken baked rice & the other is seafood,i find that seafood more worth the price,so i choose thisThere's not much inside,only 2 mussel,2 prawn & some crabmeat ,The rice tasted so soggy,Baked cheese was too little,so not very chewy,Don't worth to try,still prefer their japanese bento
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Everytime i will just tried their japanese bento,this time i tried their seafood baked rice
They have 2 kind of baked rice,1 is japanese curry chicken baked rice & the other is seafood,i find that seafood more worth the price,so i choose this

There's not much inside,only 2 mussel,2 prawn & some crabmeat ,The rice tasted so soggy,Baked cheese was too little,so not very chewy,Don't worth to try,still prefer their japanese bento
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2013-02-23 32 views
As i work somewhere nearby so i often come here for lunchthey are newly open but business was quite good,bento set is abit more expensiverange from $5.50 to $7,waiting is quite long during lunch time about 15-20mins,unless you ordered their curry,it will be faster,That's what the counter guy told me,This time i ordered their salmon & teriyaki bento set,but i don't know why my teriyaki became karage chicken,as i waited for about 20mins & lunch time only 1 hour so i didn't go back & ask them chang
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As i work somewhere nearby so i often come here for lunch
they are newly open but business was quite good,bento set is abit more expensive
range from $5.50 to $7,waiting is quite long during lunch time
about 15-20mins,unless you ordered their curry,it will be faster,That's what the counter guy told me,
This time i ordered their salmon & teriyaki bento set,but i don't know why my teriyaki became karage chicken
,as i waited for about 20mins & lunch time only 1 hour so i didn't go back & ask them change,Their salmon was nice,quite fresh & well marinated,karage chicken was cold ,not crispy at all & very hard to chew,their salad is very nice too,their japanese food not really authentic but price is like normal foodcourt price,will come back & try their others
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2013-01-21 28 views
This popular stall in a coffee shop opposite SPH sells both pseudo western food and pseudo japanese bentos which are neither cheap nor pricey, but portions would be considered small for most guys. It is crowded & not having a wall mounted menu display makes it difficult to order even for repeat customers. They have several copies of a rather disorganized menu so a first time customer needs to wait for his turn to browse the menu at the order counter & decide quickly or the people in the Q will s
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This popular stall in a coffee shop opposite SPH sells both pseudo western food and pseudo japanese bentos which are neither cheap nor pricey, but portions would be considered small for most guys. It is crowded & not having a wall mounted menu display makes it difficult to order even for repeat customers. They have several copies of a rather disorganized menu so a first time customer needs to wait for his turn to browse the menu at the order counter & decide quickly or the people in the Q will start making tsk tsk noises. The coffee shop is crowded and hot so late comers will have to do takeaways. Expect to wait 15-30mins for your food at busy times, waiting time depends on what is ordered.

Things were easier for me as my associate told me all their western food comes with spaghetti, small corn cob & lettuce so just choose type of meat or fish desired. He added that the bentos came with local not Japanese rice, miso soup & lettuce leaves, adding that rice sets have shorter waiting time. I picked the teriyaki chicken bento which cost $5.70 & had bonus 2 chunks of chicken karage (see photo). The teriyaki chicken steak was pre cut into pieces - were slightly over-charred (chau dah) & parts of it were rather tough. Taste was ok but not enough teriyaki sauce for the rice. The side order of caesar salad which we bought to share costs $4.70 was expensive as the portion was tiny with not enough dressing & no croutons at all.
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