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Level4 2014-12-11
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The mookata tastes average but it sure is value for money as it is a buffet. The marination of the meat wasn't very flavourful and the soup wasn't as tasty. Besides the selection of raw food, they've got fried food such as thai fish cake, and thai prawns. I tried it and they surprisingly tasted legit, with the distinct thai taste. They do not have thai milk tea though continue reading
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Level3 2014-12-02
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Happy Mo0kATA ---->>> Happy Dinner of Thai Steamboat. Mo0kATA is the name of the shop, located at Golden Mile Tower beside Konsortinum Travel Agency. Before i reached to the place , i thought that the stalls was owened by Thai people, But who's know, surprised when i reached i saw a chinese uncle serving the customers ..i thought that i really could have a try on Thai Steamboat .... hehehe.So, yeah in the end is a normal Steamboat that owns by chinese people. Well, although it is not a real Thai Steamboat  but i was satisfied with the food ..Blog review : http://cennds.blogspot.comThey don't have much variety of food choices but overall, it tasted not bad. They do have a Thai fishcake , Thai prawn, Thai tofu in their menu . If you can take it with the smell , why don't you just try on it .. Some people like my friends don't like with the smell so yeah they don't go for itThe most interesting is the shape of the steamboat & bbq pot. Usually when we go to a place that can have steamboat & BBQ. Their steamboat pot and a bbq tray will be served in a separated way. But for Mo0kATA they serve both in one potThe half circle shape if for you to grill your food and the big narrow circle at below is for the steamboat. Do take not that because the shape of the steamboat is quite small so there is a limited food to put in the pot continue reading
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Level1 2014-07-31
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Located at Golden Mile Tower, not to be confused with Golden Mile complex, the restaurant is located near the entrance of the carpark. This joint is pretty popular, however we thought it's pretty ordinary. The selection of food is okay. Meat wise, they have garlic or black pepper marinated chicken, pork or beef. There were some seafood choices such as prawns and squid. The rest were your typical steamboat ala carte menu. The price is pretty reasonable. We ate A LOT for slightly under $20 each. They focus mostly on their mookata with the option of some cooked finger food to order from.Details of review at: http://www.toothyseduction.com/blog/countries/singapore-countriesstatescities/happy-mookata.htmlSharing Our Love For Food @Website: http://www.toothyseduction.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ToothySeductionTwitter: https://twitter.com/toothyseductionInstagram: http://instagram.com/toothyseduction continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-14
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We were there on a weekday evening for dinner and there was not much people.Price per person was about $23.90 nett ,not inclusive of drinks.Service was pretty slow as there was only a middle aged uncle serving all the tables.Some of the items we had to order a few times before they finally came,and some orders were completely missed out.They should have crossed out or indicate lala (clams) were not available as we ordered 3 times it never came,finally we asked the uncle and he said it is no longer available on their menu.The buffet also included some fried items such as nuggets,popcorn chicken, Thai fish cake, fried tofu.But the waiting time may take about 15 minutes or more.The meat for the steamboat include standard chicken,pork,luncheon meat,prawns.Taste is ok.There is no airconditioning here as well. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-08
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A friend recommended my to this place for Thai mookata and I was excited to try this place. The plus points- I felt it was really value for money. For just $23.90 per person, you get a wide selection of meats, seafood and veg to choose from. It is a eat all you can buffet style- just place your orders on a sheet of paper and they will return with the dishes. They give generous portions of meat and seafood- pork and chicken are very well marinated and cooks surprisingly quickly over the mookata pan. Seafood items include fresh prawn, squid and lala. Steamboat staples such as veg, enoki mushroom, fishballs were also available. They are however a little stingy over the fried items- but I got around that by ordering more. I actually enjoyed their crunchy popcorn chicken and tasty Thai style fish cake! Service was generally prompt- although it may not always be easy to catch the attention of the waitersNow the not so good points- the restaurant is open air concept located next to the entrance of a carpark. So imagine how hot and stuffy the place can get, plus you get to breathe in extra exhaust fumes every time a car drives pass. Thankfully, there weren't many card when I visited and I was sitting further away. A cold drink is a must to beat the heat- which they also serve for about $1.30 per can.Also, the mookata purists may not like the fact that they use steamboat style kerosene gas to heat up the mookata pan instead of the traditional charcoal. This doesn't bother me at all, as long as my food gets Cooked and it tasty Overall, I had a positive experience eating here, and would definitely recommend this place, especially for big eaters craving multiple servings of meat and seafood! continue reading
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