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Nothing to do with familiar cartoon character, Benten Café was actually a mix of Japanese and Western fusion restaurant. Refreshing bright colour-themed generally, the dining environment was cozy. Menu was simple to understand, staffs were efficient in service and ready to help. In order to attract children, adorable Kid’s meal was available.Back to my order, creamy soup of the day was included in my lunch set. Smooth to drink, it was good to start up my meal with such warm hearty soup.The dish
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Nothing to do with familiar cartoon character, Benten Café was actually a mix of Japanese and Western fusion restaurant. Refreshing bright colour-themed generally, the dining environment was cozy. Menu was simple to understand, staffs were efficient in service and ready to help. In order to attract children, adorable Kid’s meal was available.
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Back to my order, creamy soup of the day was included in my lunch set. Smooth to drink, it was good to start up my meal with such warm hearty soup.
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The dish was generously topped with melted cheese, hidden Salmon was flavourful. Fluffy rice at the bottom, the bowl was starchy delicious. Strong buttery aromatic, the surface was slightly burnt. The more sinful mixture the better taste, it was fattening actually but who cares. Price at $11.80, the portion was satisfying without greasy feeling. I felt comfortable to dine here, probably will revisit it again next round.
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Date of Visit
2014-01-13
Spending Per Head
$12 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Salmon Baked Rice