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This is a unique offering by Yoshimaru - I've not seen the use of yuzu in other restaurants' ramen before. There was a slight spiciness in the soup and the taste of yuzu was just right - not too strong nor subtle. At first I thought the taste of yuzu in a hot savoury soup was quite strange, but the more I drank it the more I liked it. For those who like yuzu, think you guys should give it a try!
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This is a unique offering by Yoshimaru - I've not seen the use of yuzu in other restaurants' ramen before. There was a slight spiciness in the soup and the taste of yuzu was just right - not too strong nor subtle. At first I thought the taste of yuzu in a hot savoury soup was quite strange, but the more I drank it the more I liked it. For those who like yuzu, think you guys should give it a try!
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Upon ordering, the staff will give you a small bowl of sesame. You can grind it first to release the fragrance and add the sesame to your ramen according to your preference.I can't remember the exact name of what I ordered but I believe this was an original flavour. Everything was not bad, just that the chashu slices were really thin and pathetic. I think there was only one slice, or at most two slices. Don't mind returning but wished they'd give more/thicker slices of meat.
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Upon ordering, the staff will give you a small bowl of sesame. You can grind it first to release the fragrance and add the sesame to your ramen according to your preference.

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I can't remember the exact name of what I ordered but I believe this was an original flavour. Everything was not bad, just that the chashu slices were really thin and pathetic. I think there was only one slice, or at most two slices. Don't mind returning but wished they'd give more/thicker slices of meat.
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It had been ages since I last visited Holland Village and I was rather surprised to see a number of new restaurants. One of them was Yoshimaru ramen bar, I thought it would be very nice to experience enjoying a hot slurping bowl of ramen by the bar counters.At a closer look into the restaurant, their settings was not the typicalJapanese settings which I had seen in the malls, thus it brings morecuriosity in me and we decided to give it a try.The walkway into the restaurant was rather narrow, per
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It had been ages since I last visited Holland Village and I was rather surprised to see a number of new restaurants. One of them was Yoshimaru ramen bar, I thought it would be very nice to experience enjoying a hot slurping bowl of ramen by the bar counters.
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At a closer look into the restaurant, their settings was not the typical
Japanese settings which I had seen in the malls, thus it brings more
curiosity in me and we decided to give it a try.
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The walkway into the restaurant was rather narrow, perhaps just enough for a person to walk.
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It was divided into sections, with bars on the right and the normal
dining tables on the left. Their walls were all decorated with white
bowls.
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Yoshimaru is known for its traditional Japanese Hakata Ramen and after
ordering from the friendly servers we were given a earthern stick to
grind the roasted sesame into powder then add on to the bowl of ramen.
Roasted Sesame
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Hakata ramen is a thin and springy type of ramen, served in Tonkotsu
(pork bone) soup that has been simmered for 13 hours. Their noodles are
made in Singapore using authentic Japanese methods to ensure its
quality.
Traditional Hakata Ramen - $11
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The soft char siewslices have a good balance of lean and fat. Yummy!
Char Siew
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One can opt for the spicy version of Tonkotsu ramen or the original. We
had skipped the spicy version as we wanted to have a taste of the
original. Similarly, I would say that the bowl of ramen was "oiishi"
(delicious in Japanese). Though it was miso soup base, the taste was not
overpowering.
Original Miso Ramen - $12
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It was quite interesting to find mini burgers on the menu. In order to
try out all flavours, I ordered the freshly toasted mini burgers
combination platter.
Mini Burger Combo - $8.80
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All burgers are in mini versions and were halves, though they were mini,
the stacks of ingredients that was stuffed inbetween were still too big
to have them down into my stomach in a bite.
The Mini chicken burger comes with mayonnaise and teriyaki sauce.
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Mini Japanese Spicy Brasied Pork Burger tasted sweet and though it was indicated as spicy, I couldnt taste a bit of spice.
Spicy Char Siu Karamiso Burger
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Mini Mentaiko (Salted Pollock ROe) which consists of mayo prawn with burger.
Mentaiko Ebi Mayo Burger
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To enjoy authentic Hataka Ramen, do head down to Yoshimaru and have a taste of it!
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By a twist of fate, I landed at Yoshimaru Ramen Bar for dinner - which was not a bad idea because I love ramen anyway! This is the where the famous challenge is conducted - finish the ramen in 12 minutes and it's free... failing to do so you pay $35. The ramen bowl is really huge with 3 eggs. Challenge ends on 22 June 2014 - only three more days left if you are interested. Well, you can also opt to be a normal customer - there are many yummy selections too!Yoshimaru is one of the rarer ramen pla
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By a twist of fate, I landed at Yoshimaru Ramen Bar for dinner - which was not a bad idea because I love ramen anyway! This is the where the famous challenge is conducted - finish the ramen in 12 minutes and it's free... failing to do so you pay $35. The ramen bowl is really huge with 3 eggs. Challenge ends on 22 June 2014 - only three more days left if you are interested. Well, you can also opt to be a normal customer - there are many yummy selections too!
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Yoshimaru is one of the rarer ramen places that provide sesame seeds for grounding. Although it is not necessary, I like sesame seeds which give my ramen noodles more texture and layering as a whole.
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I opted for the Traditional Hakata Ramen which came as a pleasant surprise - it was better than most of the other ramen bars I have been to. Admittedly, I'm quite numb to the in-between standards, but when a good one comes along, I'll perk up immediately! This is one of them. I like how the soup base is savoury and not overpowering, soaked with the essence of pork bones for many hours. It is so thick with goodness, it's almost sinful. The ramen noodles are also springy and slurpilicious. I like how the portion is actually so big, I almost couldn't finish them even on my good appetite day. Of course, the egg was cooked to the gooey-yellow-gel perfection. Yummy!
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I was eyeing the Spicy Yuzu Ramen, but the word spicy and two chilli icons beside its name were quite intimidating! After asking one of the friendly service staff, he waved it off and convinced us that it wasn't all that spicy at all. Well, as it turned out - the soup base was an enticing blend of apparent citrus yuzu flavours and spices. The burning spiciness came as an after-aftertaste and would be pretty strong after say, five mouthfuls. But one mouthful of this soup base was very blissful even for a person who is afraid of spicy food. I love interesting ramen soup bases, it's like exploring a new place!
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Apparently Calpis is supposed to be a common drink but I haven't tried before in my whole life (hashtag, suaku) so... first try! Not bad... a bit like a hybrid between probiotic drinks and fruit juice. (hashtag, lesssuaku)
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And Asahi. Overall, Yoshimaru will rank pretty high on my ramen recommendation list alongside strong contenders such as Ramen Keisuke King and Suzuki Ramen Bar.

For full review: http://www.amiehu.com/2014/06/yoshimaru-ramen-bar-holland-village.html
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If you have been a fan of Yoshimaru Ramen Bar like I am, you would always be greeted by a wide array of side dishes which leaves you scratching you head, making that hard decision.After several trips down, I have found my ultimate favourite which I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a healthy side-dish which is crazy tasty too!The cold tofu rest on a bed of veggies and it is drenched in a tangy dressing which has a hint of citrus. I have tried this dish which a few of my friends and th
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If you have been a fan of Yoshimaru Ramen Bar like I am, you would always be greeted by a wide array of side dishes which leaves you scratching you head, making that hard decision.
After several trips down, I have found my ultimate favourite which I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a healthy side-dish which is crazy tasty too!
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The cold tofu rest on a bed of veggies and it is drenched in a tangy dressing which has a hint of citrus. I have tried this dish which a few of my friends and they are all in love with it.
Refreshing taste and generous portion, this side dish with a bowl of spicy cold ramen is ICHIBAN!
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2013-12-30 34 views
Yoshimaru Ramen Bar is located down that steep slope in Holland Village, next to 363 Katong Laksa and had a healthy crowd on a Thursday night. I always try to start from the basics whenever I try some place new, so I got the Traditional Hakata Ramen. The bowl of aromatic ramen arrived not too long later and at a glance, the amount of ingredients did not amaze me, especially since the ramen egg yolk looked a tad overcooked. But the taste. The taste was pretty good, more than satisfactory even. Th
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Yoshimaru Ramen Bar is located down that steep slope in Holland Village, next to 363 Katong Laksa and had a healthy crowd on a Thursday night.
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I always try to start from the basics whenever I try some place new, so I got the Traditional Hakata Ramen. The bowl of aromatic ramen arrived not too long later and at a glance, the amount of ingredients did not amaze me, especially since the ramen egg yolk looked a tad overcooked. But the taste. The taste was pretty good, more than satisfactory even. Though I did wish for a more generous amount of meat, the broth was indeed tasteful and the ramen -- comforting.
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We also ordered the Gyoza Platter to share. Quite a give and take here. While it wasn't oily - yay! - it was just a little dry on the outside - nay. On the bright side, the meats inside were moist enough for me.
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Our 2nd visit after a long wait to finally try out their Shabu Shabu Beef Raman (we had a 50% off voucher that could only be utilised in Dec). As with our 1st visit, service was amicable and relatively fast despite the weekend dinner crowd. The Shabu Shabu Beef Raman ($14++) was indeed worth the wait. The soup base was light and exudes a hint of buttery fragrant aftertaste. The generous portions of thinly sliced Beef was flavourful and tender. The noodles were, as before, refined and chewy, a h
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Our 2nd visit after a long wait to finally try out their Shabu Shabu Beef Raman (we had a 50% off voucher that could only be utilised in Dec). As with our 1st visit, service was amicable and relatively fast despite the weekend dinner crowd.

The Shabu Shabu Beef Raman ($14++) was indeed worth the wait. The soup base was light and exudes a hint of buttery fragrant aftertaste. The generous portions of thinly sliced Beef was flavourful and tender. The noodles were, as before, refined and chewy, a hallmark of authentic Hakata Raman.
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We will be back for more!
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2013-11-12 13 views
Friends had recommend this Japanese Ramen.Member of Jumbo cannot earn points or get any discount although it is open by Jumbo group. When I reached, I was quite shocked to see such a long queue. But service is good and fast.Service - Offer guest drink while waiting.Moridakusan Ramen(All-in)- Big portion, soup base has a strong pork taste. Love the ramen chewy. Meat is not fatty which I like.Cheesy Ramen- A new promotion dish. Curry taste is strong if more cheese is added is more best. Spicy Yuzu
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Friends had recommend this Japanese Ramen.
Member of Jumbo cannot earn points or get any discount although it is open by Jumbo group. When I reached, I was quite shocked to see such a long queue. But service is good and fast.

Service - Offer guest drink while waiting.
Moridakusan Ramen(All-in)- Big portion, soup base has a strong pork taste. Love the ramen chewy. Meat is not fatty which I like.
Cheesy Ramen- A new promotion dish. Curry taste is strong if more cheese is added is more best. 
Spicy Yuzu ramen- Just nice but for those who like to eat super spicy it is still not spicy enough.
Yuzu Drink- very tasty drink strong of Yuze. A must to order.
lime Juice- Normal

Will go back to try creamy black sesame ramen as it is out of stock that night.
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Was on the lookout for something new to eat at Holland V but the cafés there closed pretty early, so I am back at Yoshimaru again!Looking for something a little different, we had ordered the sesame ramen which is served with a dark brownish sauce. It may not look appetising but life's short so why not?!There is a side of butter served with the ramen which makes the taste a little more rich and creamy!It is a little salty but the aftertaste has a very surprising spicy kick to it which caught us o
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Was on the lookout for something new to eat at Holland V but the cafés there closed pretty early, so I am back at Yoshimaru again!

Looking for something a little different, we had ordered the sesame ramen which is served with a dark brownish sauce. It may not look appetising but life's short so why not?!
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There is a side of butter served with the ramen which makes the taste a little more rich and creamy!

It is a little salty but the aftertaste has a very surprising spicy kick to it which caught us off guard! Be ready with a glass of water as it is definitely not for those who can't take spicyness!

Definitely not a flavour that everyone would appreciate, I did have quite a liking for it. It can be quite jelat after a while so I would suggest that you switch bowls with your partner or order to share
 

Let me know how was your experience!
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We were given the Suribachi and Surikogi (the official name for the Japanese mortar& pestle) to prepare our sesame paste for our Ramen. Good activity to keep as entertained while we wait for our food!Toasted Seaweed, Chashu, Seaweed, Cloud Ear Mushroom, Mentaiko, Soft Boiled Egg.This Ramen is sooo packed with the variety of ingredients in a thick flavorsome pork broth!Tasted pretty good though the broth was a littttttlleee bit muted in taste, which would definitely taste better if it was enhance
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We were given the Suribachi and Surikogi (the official name for the Japanese mortar& pestle) to prepare our sesame paste for our Ramen. Good activity to keep as entertained while we wait for our food!
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Toasted Seaweed, Chashu, Seaweed, Cloud Ear Mushroom, Mentaiko, Soft Boiled Egg.
This Ramen is sooo packed with the variety of ingredients in a thick flavorsome pork broth!

Tasted pretty good though the broth was a littttttlleee bit muted in taste, which would definitely taste better if it was enhanced.
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A generous serving of Ramen top with Half Boiled Eggs and Chashu, while being drenched with thick peanut sauce which was totally rich in flavor. This was quite a hit among us. The sauce can be quite overwhelmingly thick as you reach the end of the meal, so you probably wouldn’t be slurping it all up
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This is soooooo good, I was wolfing down all of it like I haven’t eaten for 10 days.

A mix of sweet and spiciness in the brown sauce and the abundance of the cucumber strips to add to the cold ramen. This bowl of ramen is perfect for those who loves savory stuff. You should see how much I was gushing about this bowl of Ramen as I was eating it.

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2013-08-14 28 views
Located in a cozy corner of Holland Village, Yoshimaru is an eatery focused on selling japanese ramen. It is now having its' Ramen Challenge, in which people will be on the wall of fame when they are able to finish a large bow of their japanese ramen fast. Note that this isn't any ordinary ramen, but they have added ingredients such as 2 extra eggs, more meat, and more noodles! As of yet, the fastest eater is counting at 5 mins 26 seconds!!It is rather squeezy to enter and they have a glass door
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Located in a cozy corner of Holland Village, Yoshimaru is an eatery focused on selling japanese ramen. It is now having its' Ramen Challenge, in which people will be on the wall of fame when they are able to finish a large bow of their japanese ramen fast. Note that this isn't any ordinary ramen, but they have added ingredients such as 2 extra eggs, more meat, and more noodles! As of yet, the fastest eater is counting at 5 mins 26 seconds!!
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It is rather squeezy to enter and they have a glass door in which you have to press the button in order to go in. We were seated right beside the entrance on two very tiny stools. It's quite unconvenient and uncomfortable. I didn't like the service though, because they were rather busy and before my mother could finish ordering, the waitress walked away and we were quite upset.
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This wall of polaroids was really very attractive, look at how many bowls of ramen they have sold just by this campaign!
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The menu was filled with pictures of their delicious food.
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As I had one for one ramen deal due to OpenRice's calendar, we decided to order this Hakata Ramen.
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Traditional Hakata Ramen - $11
the soup base was thick and the ramen was very smoothly crafted, causing it easy for us to slurp it down our throats. it wasn't too soggy nor too tough, in fact this is as close as to a real genuine bowl of japanese ramen that any outlet in Singapore can offer as of yet. the egg, which was a little runny in its' yolk, was delicious and really fresh. sadly there is just too little slices of meat. the bowl is really huge and can be shared between two people.
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The meat in the ramen had a thick layer of fats
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Yoshimaru’s Gyoza - $6
This is a MUST-BUY! The Gyoza is injected with delicious meat chunks and vegetables inside, and pan-fried till a little brownish and crispy on the outside. It is truly delicious and worth the purchase. I love the sauces that were on the table, before that they will give us a bowl of sesame seeds and we have to crush it on our own. Its' really the true Japanese way of eating.
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Yummy
A simple meal like this is very satisfying for a hungry tummy.
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So what so special about the ramen? Well, the difference I feel lies in their broth and noodles.Hakata ramen is cooked using tonkotsu (pork bone) which usually is the usual cloudy white broth. The broth is super rich in collagen( you can taste it!) The noodles are very thin and straight (something like marutama ramen).I took the original version but I find the taste is too bland for me.Prefer the garlic burnt ramen as the taste is stronger and the soup is nicerOverallFood : **3/4Customer service
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So what so special about the ramen? Well, the difference I feel lies in their broth and noodles.Hakata ramen is cooked using tonkotsu (pork bone) which usually is the usual cloudy white broth. The broth is super rich in collagen( you can taste it!) The noodles are very thin and straight (something like marutama ramen).
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I took the original version but I find the taste is too bland for me.
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Prefer the garlic burnt ramen as the taste is stronger and the soup is nicer
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Food : **3/4
Customer service : ***
Price : ***

The noodles is similiar to marutama ramen (very thin) and the soup is quite nice actually. However, i prefer the garlic burn as it has stronger taste. the egg is a little too salty for me.

Will I come again? Maybe if I have ramen cravings and around the corner.

For more detailed information and pictures, please visit http://princessmic80.blogspot.sg/2013/08/of-ramen-good-times-yoshimaru-ramen-bar.html
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Tried this amazing Hakata Remen, with fine ingredients : a) Tonkutsu Soupb) Char Siuc) Hard Boiled Eggsd) Black-ear Funguse) Spring OnionsThe portion is good enough for 3 to 4 persons sharing. The soup based is tasty, with nicely cut Char Siu. This you wouldn't want to give it a miss, definitely worth the money!
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Tried this amazing Hakata Remen, with fine ingredients :

a) Tonkutsu Soup
b) Char Siu
c) Hard Boiled Eggs
d) Black-ear Fungus
e) Spring Onions

The portion is good enough for 3 to 4 persons sharing. The soup based is tasty, with nicely cut Char Siu. This you wouldn't want to give it a miss, definitely worth the money!
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I am not a fan of ramen but decided to give yoshimaru ramen bar a try when we are around the holland village area. I had the moridakusan ramen (if I remember it correctly) which comes with their special pork bone soup base, pork slices and black fungus. I like how they add in the black fungus for the crunchiness as the other stuff that is inside the ramen is soft. makes it more unique by doing that. I like the soup base a lot too, very flavorful yet light. theres also a diy sesame topping bow
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I am not a fan of ramen but decided to give yoshimaru ramen bar a try when we are around the holland village area. I had the moridakusan ramen (if I remember it correctly) which comes with their special pork bone soup base, pork slices and black fungus. I like how they add in the black fungus for the crunchiness as the other stuff that is inside the ramen is soft. makes it more unique by doing that. I like the soup base a lot too, very flavorful yet light. theres also a diy sesame topping bowl to grind ur sesame into the ramen but the frangrace from the sesame. by grinding it the sesame will be more fragrant and make the ramen more appetizing!
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2013-07-25 2 views
There are many eateries and pubs around Holland Village and this place caught my attention. The place had a decent amount of crowd, but luckily, it is not too noisy for chit chat with friends.The staff are very friendly, prompt and efficient in their service.I was in the mood to try something new and unique, and yet I want some variety. I spotted the the 3 Burgers (Prawn/ Chicken/ Pork) in the menu which looks cute, but it really was too MINI to be filling! The burger bun was soft and fluffy the
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There are many eateries and pubs around Holland Village and this place caught my attention. The place had a decent amount of crowd, but luckily, it is not too noisy for chit chat with friends.The staff are very friendly, prompt and efficient in their service.
I was in the mood to try something new and unique, and yet I want some variety. I spotted the the 3 Burgers (Prawn/ Chicken/ Pork) in the menu which looks cute, but it really was too MINI to be filling! The burger bun was soft and fluffy the prawn filling taste was alright, chicken was toothsome and pork was juicy. definitely a tongue teaser to open up appetite for more.
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