Arriving by Public Bus: #172/190/307/925/927/975/985 (Bus Stop Number 44539 - Lot 1 Shoppers' Mall) Arriving by Train: Choa Chu Kang MRT - NS4/BP1 on the North East Line/Bukit Panjang LRT Line Nearest Carpark: Lot 1 Shoppers' Mall continue reading
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
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 21:30
Fri - Sat
09:45 - 22:00
12:00 - 21:30
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Signature Dishes
Hotstone Rice Sukiyaki
Review (19)
Level3 2014-02-25
I like the way they warm up the green teaThis fried sushi ball is very delicious and uniqueVery delicious. The avocado is fresh and the almond flakes enhanced the flavor of the salad Hot and yummy The salmon hot pot rice is very tasty Green tea ice cream with fried sweet potatoes This is a must try. If you live dessert and anything sweet continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-06
As we were around the vicinity running some errands, we decided to drop by MOF for a quick dinner as I was craving for their dessert. Beef Teriyaki Set ($21.80++)The Beef Teriyaki Set was average and a little on the pricy end considering the portion and quality served. The beef and cabbage were quite oily, masking its natural fragrance and sweetness. Crème Brulee ($5.00++)This place is famous for its dessert for a reason. The Crème Brulee was exceptionally soft, smooth and literally melts in your mouth. Although it was a tad too sweet, the giant scope of sesame gelato was mild enough to balance the overall sweetness. As with other dessert specialty dining places, it might be a better idea to have your mains elsewhere and drop by for their sweet treats! continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-02
MOF is one of my favourite Japanese stores in Singapore. I used to love the menu in their Japanese Sweets and Coffee stores, but they are no longer found locally and whatever that's left have been converted to My Izakaya. ): While My Izakaya serves more premium Japanese dishes (at a higher price, of course), I'm glad that the dessert menu remained the same. Every drink and cold dessert is worth a try and I have problems deciding on which dessert to get on every visit!Nevertheless, I shall be reviewing my latest visit to the Lot One branch. It was my second time there (I usually frequent AMK Hub's outlet) and as usual I was satisfied by the quality of the service and food. I'm a fan of rice bento meals and the ones served at MOF don't disappoint. I tried the Yakiniku bento the previous time (the meat was tender but personally too dry) so I decided to go with the Gindara bento this time round. I felt that the fish was kinda bland and it would have been a better dish if they were more generous with the sauce, but the fish itself was pretty fresh and tender. The best thing I like about these bentos are the egg pieces at the top that add to the texture of the rice and give it a little sweetness when eaten together.Being an avid fan of salmon, I went with the salmon tofu hotplate. I felt that the salmon was only decent (it would have been better if it wasn't fried, personally), but the tofu was good, soft in the inside. Usually when it comes to fried tofu, there's always a problem of not having enough sauce to coat the insides of the tofu skin. Compared to the bento, there was plenty of sauce to go around (and even left over) and who can resist a delicious dish with teriyaki sauce? I highly recommend this dish (any other tofu hotplate variations should be equally delicious!)When it comes to drinks, anything on the menu that has the word Matcha or Azuki in it should be fine. They're simply wonderful and sometimes I visit MOF just to take away the drinks. For desserts, I usually go with cold desserts because they're all awesome (especially the sundaes), but I decided to be adventurous and try a hot one, going with the Mochi and An Bun. I was quite disappointed as they didn't turn out like I expected. The mochi was hard to chew (I believe it was baked?) and I had a hard time trying to finish it. The An Bun (bun filled with red bean paste) was a little better, except that it had too little red bean paste inside. Maybe I should've stuck with the cold desserts.Overall, MOF serves decent Japanese cuisine and excellent (cold) desserts, although you might have to spend quite a bit. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-19
After our meal at the foodcourt, we decided to have desserts to end off our meal. Since there is an outlet of MOF, we had our dessert there. I ordered the red bean dessert. I ordered mine plain with just dango but I think you can also have green tea ice cream on top of the red bean as well. There are five dangos in the dessert and the texture is rather bouncy and chewy. The red bean unfortunately is a let down because it is exceedingly sweet. I could not stomach beyong three mouthfuls because it is just too sweet. Luckily for the plain tasting dangos which could be used to eat together with the red bean, but after I have finished all the dangos, I just left the rest of the red bean untouched. I will definitely be staying away from this dessert in future. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-03
Dinner after KTV Session with friends, but I only had dessert as I was meeting another group of friends for dinner. Red Bean Paste with Japanese Rice Dumpling & Iced Ribena. Red bean paste was good; not overly sweet and it was quite thick. Red beans were soft and the rice dumpling is quite chewy. However, the portion is a little small. Ice ribena was not overly sweet as well. Will be back for proper meal soon. continue reading
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