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Arriving by Public Bus: SBS Transit – 30, 79, 154, 157, 174, 174e, 179, 179A, 181, 182, 182M, 192, 193, 194, 198, 199, 240, 241, 242, 243W/G, 246, 249, 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 405 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) SMRT – 172, 178, 180, 187 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) Arriving by Train: Boon Lay MRT - EW27 on the East West Line continue reading
Introduction
MOF features a unique and refreshing Japanese dining experience that provides quality and healthy food choices for guests. There is no added MSG, chemicals, preservatives, artificial colourings or flavourings used in their food, bringing to you wholesome Japanese cuisine. Savour their signature hotstone rice, Sukiyaki, Toji dishes and more. continue reading
Signature Dishes
Hotstone Rice Sukiyaki
Review (10)
Level4 2014-12-07
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Chicken teriyaki set $9.80 & Salmon Kama teriyaki set $9.80 - The lunch sets come with pickles, watermelon, tofu, miso soup, rice and either the chicken teriyaki or the salmon kama. It is quite cheap considering that these are served in a restaurant setting. Both were a tad salty because of the gravy and they tasted rather average. The chicken teriyaki seemed to have been deep fried before teriyaki sauce was drenched over it. If you don't know where to settle your lunch, you can try out their lunch sets special on weekdays. continue reading
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MOF and Lena's were right next to each other and there was a combination of both japanese and western food. The options were too many to mention. we really had a hard time choosing what to eat. finally my mother and i settled on minced pork katsu with omtu curry rice (white). it is different from the original one, which means that there are no milk in the curry. it costs SGD14.80.it comes along with potato and lettuce. the potato was mashed up and very delicious!we also ordered an a la carte salmon toji for $12.80. this means that the salmon is freshly cooked in egg sauce and it really looked nothing like in the picture. the presentation was so horrifying that i could eat that in a coffeeshop. the salmon also smelled bad and fishy when cooked longer int he fire.we ordered a pot of japanese green tea and when we ask for another cup, the person said we have to pay another 1.50. its such a strange policy.this is the interior of the restaurant.there are also some huge menu boards you can look at, some of their choice selections. continue reading
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Walking along the stretch of food place, wondering where to have a good meal before calling it a day. Craving for western food, spaghetti; MOF is definitely the first place I always think of. They never failed to disappoint me, service is excellent, greet with a smile & ensuring that guests would be comfortable than anything. Probably because.. I'm the regular there? Back to food, I'm a spaghetti lover, if you were to ask me how good I would rate this dish, I would rate it at 4.5/5! The dory fish is pan-fried, the outer layer is crispy and the inner layer is really soft.The spaghetti is chewy, as in good to chew and it's not any bad quality spaghetti, I guessed! Overall, I really enjoy my meal over there.Just a side note, they do charge for ice-water! continue reading
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Went to Jurong Point for dinner and when i walked to LENAS,the waiter prompted me that i can choose to sit at either LENAS or MOF as they are from the same company.I chose to sit at MOF and was given 2 menu,one from LENAS and another from MOF.Took some time to go through the 2 menu as there are so many items to choose from these 2 restaurant.I had this dessert,breadcrumb banana with ice-cream and honeydew($6.80).I had the option to choose either to fry the banana with spring roll skin or breadcrumb.The breadcrumb banana fritter is quite unique as the breadcrumb is crispy and goes well with the sweet banana.The whole dessert is drizzled with bitter chocolate sauce.The best part of this dessert is the vanilla ice cream.The vanilla ice cream taste milky and creamy and it is not that sweet. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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Went to MOF for dinner and decided to order japanese curry! I ordered Salmon Belly Curry ($13.80) because I really love jap curry a lot and I wanted a change from my usual beef curry. But this one was abit disappointing though, the amount of salmon wasn’t enough for me, and I had to keep rationing it! There's not enough curry for me as well too although the curry was rather thick. One good thing was that the salmon was boneless, so don't worry about having to pick for the bones! My salmon belly curry does not come with rice, so I got a bowl of rice for $1.50! Most of the mains don’t come with rice too. Iced water costs $0.30 as well. Service on a whole was relatively okay, and take note to make payment at the counter yourself! I paid $18.4 for my own food which I thought was rather steep as I did not even feel full at all! continue reading
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