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2012-02-20 19 views
RamenPlay Bishan, located near Bishan MRT Station, is a fine place for dining, with 2 levels of seating areas. The kitchen is located at the 1st level, and there are food lifts to transport the dishes to the 2nd level. I went there with my parents and grandma for dinner.This is a memorable dining moment for me because this is the first time that we are having dinner at a Japanese restaurant during CNY period (usually we go to Chinese restaurants) and also our first time dining at RamenPlay, and
This is a memorable dining moment for me because this is the first time that we are having dinner at a Japanese restaurant during CNY period (usually we go to Chinese restaurants) and also our first time dining at RamenPlay, and grandma enjoys the food!
These were what we ordered:
Umani Ramen ($11.80)
Umani Ramen is one of RamenPlay's specialities; a bowl of ramen cooked in rich and thick gravy using shoyu soupbase, and topped with prawn, cuttlefish, pork, quail’s egg and vegetables. Its taste is similar to the hokkien noodles sold at zi char stalls, except that more tender noodles are used.
Crispy Dango ($3.80)
These deep-fried chicken meatballs are crispy, but the mayonnaise and plum sauce makes this a too sweet dish.
Miso Cheese Platter ($8.80)
This platter consists of 3 items, namely breaded cheese with cucumber, rice roll stuffed with veg in sweet sauce and takoyaki. Love the rice roll the best because it is refreshing and sweet!
Oreo Milkshake ($4.80)
Oreo milkshake, topped with cream, chocolate shavings and a love letter stick is the perfect drink for chocoholics like myself!
Yuzu Yoghurt ($4.80)
A sweet yoghurt drink with a zesty lemon flavor helps to cleanse the palate for more dishes coming along the way!
Black Sesame Fried Rice ($10.80)
The black sesame taste was just right, giving the fried rice its fragrant scent, and it's a great dish to go with other side dishes!
Butariki Ishinabe ($12.80)
Pan-fried and barbequed pork, spring onion, seaweed, and egg sit on a bed of premium Japanese Niigata rice. The pork were thinly sliced, making me crave for each mouthful and not getting sick of the taste. Love the sauce that was added to the dish; made it more flavourful!
8 Treasure Hot Stone Rice ($18.80)
8 ingredients (prawn, scallop, gingko, buta kakuni (pork belly), cha shu, toroniku (pork cheek), bamboo shoots, chestnuts and wolf berries) appear in this hot stone pot with rice, mushroom and egg added. Though there were 8 ingredients, the amount of each was very little and wasn't satisfying enough.