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I've been here a couple of times but everyday they have a different soup available. The cool thing about this stall is that there's something for everyone. Pork, Fish, Beef and even Crab are the choices of meat here and the sauces can be spicy or tomato for the non-spicy people like me.They also sell more westernized items like french fries which apparently comes in huge portions.They have a small dining area on the left of the kitchen, but you can also take a seat at any of the tables the stall
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I've been here a couple of times but everyday they have a different soup available. The cool thing about this stall is that there's something for everyone. Pork, Fish, Beef and even Crab are the choices of meat here and the sauces can be spicy or tomato for the non-spicy people like me.
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They also sell more westernized items like french fries which apparently comes in huge portions.
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They have a small dining area on the left of the kitchen, but you can also take a seat at any of the tables the stall is facing. It's a communal dining area for this stall as well as neighbouring Japanese food stalls.
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I love their salad bar, there's simple greens, beansprouds and even japanese seaweed and they also provide you with Japanese mayo as a dressing.

1. Fried Fish in Tomato sauce with Bacon omu rice
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This portion is sufficient enough for 1 very hungry person or two girls. The fish was crispy, and it seems to be the kind you can find at any coffee shop "chai peng" / chinese mixed veg stall. It's nothing special, but they do give you two pieces of fish.
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I loved the mushroom and the crispy bacon which was a good addition to the tomato sauce. The omelette was light and fluffy, just how I remembered eating them in Yokohama. 

2. Fried Ebi in chilli sauce omu rice
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The prawns here also seem to be the typical store bought prawns, and value for money wise, the fish was a better choice as it came with mushrooms and bacon. The chilli sauce here was slightly spicy only. It was slightly sweet as well.
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All in all, a simple place to grab a quick meal and also enjoy free flow coffee/soup and salad.

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2015-06-25
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2015-04-06 41 views
Located in the basement near the supermarket is this omu rice shop! It has a very small kitchen, which you can watch them prepare your food.Each main course comes with free flow salad, Japanese green tea/coffee and soup. The soup of the day was miso soup, but the seaweed was strangely mushy, overboiled maybe?They have quite a small seating area, maybe for 10pax.You make your order at the cashier, everything is nett priced, pay up front and wait for your order number to be called.I had higher exp
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Located in the basement near the supermarket is this omu rice shop! It has a very small kitchen, which you can watch them prepare your food.
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Each main course comes with free flow salad, Japanese green tea/coffee and soup. The soup of the day was miso soup, but the seaweed was strangely mushy, overboiled maybe?
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They have quite a small seating area, maybe for 10pax.
You make your order at the cashier, everything is nett priced, pay up front and wait for your order number to be called.
Katsu Omu Rice
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I had higher expectations for the katsu omu rice, but it tasted more bland than the fish omu rice I had previously, there were however small slices of beef in the sauce. The katsu was crispy but abit thin and dry.
Katsu Omu Rice
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The staff were very friendly and helped suggest food choices. But after trying their katsu omu rice, I think I will go back to the fried fish omu rice.
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2015-04-03
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I decided to try out this omu-rice (Japanese omelette rice) shop at Liang Court, because of all the praises my friends were telling me about this place. I found a QOO10 voucher for it even without the qoo10 voucher, the food is reasonably priced here. For every main course that you order, it comes with free flow salad, iced tea/hot coffee and also hot soup, the soup changes every day. The day that I went they had some spanish soup that tasted a little peppery. I would have to go back on differe
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Cheesey tomato with fish, bacon and mushroom
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I decided to try out this omu-rice (Japanese omelette rice) shop at Liang Court, because of all the praises my friends were telling me about this place. I found a QOO10 voucher for it
even without the qoo10 voucher, the food is reasonably priced here. For every main course that you order, it comes with free flow salad, iced tea/hot coffee and also hot soup, the soup changes every day. The day that I went they had some spanish soup that tasted a little peppery.

I would have to go back on different days to try out their different soups. I liked my cheese tomato base omu rice.
so yummy!! with the bacon and mushrooms
it was even better and with 2 big chunks of fried fish
I definitely enjoyed it to perfection! Although I am not sure how they expect people to finish such a huge portion of food. I only managed half of mine.
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2014-11-04
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Group-buy, Others
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Cheesey tomato with fish, bacon and mushroom
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2013-06-17 33 views
I'm a member of this supermarket, so they will always send me flyer. After seeing this new Japanese Egg restaurant, I have a craving for it and went down to try. I had the Gyu Suji Omu Rice Set. The first impression was that it looks rather unappealing. The egg was nice and soft but their sauce failed, it was weird and salty. Their salad look fresh but the salad dressing tasted sour, I don't really like it. Among all the dishes, only their soup can make it. This set costs me $16.80. This Gyu Suj
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I'm a member of this supermarket, so they will always send me flyer. After seeing this new Japanese Egg restaurant, I have a craving for it and went down to try. I had the Gyu Suji Omu Rice Set. The first impression was that it looks rather unappealing. The egg was nice and soft but their sauce failed, it was weird and salty.

Their salad look fresh but the salad dressing tasted sour, I don't really like it. Among all the dishes, only their soup can make it. This set costs me $16.80. This Gyu Suji Omu Rice Set failed but there's still some other sets that look nice. Maybe I will try other next time.
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