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Was hoping to try get some quick Japanese food at Isetan (which always seem to be holding Japanese food fair) but was met with a Thailand food festival fair instead. Wasted not time in grumbling, as Thai food is one of my other favourite cuisines. The space that they have didn’t really have allow much on the spot demonstration as many were selling ready-made items. I spotted a queue nearer to the middle of the fair and decided to check it out. The chef was cooking some glass noodles/rice on the
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Was hoping to try get some quick Japanese food at Isetan (which always seem to be holding Japanese food fair) but was met with a Thailand food festival fair instead. Wasted not time in grumbling, as Thai food is one of my other favourite cuisines. The space that they have didn’t really have allow much on the spot demonstration as many were selling ready-made items. I spotted a queue nearer to the middle of the fair and decided to check it out.
The chef was cooking some glass noodles/rice on the spot for the customers. I was hooked! I ordered a chicken glass noodle ($5) and was charged $6 instead. The cashier pasted the wrong sticker on my box and quickly apologized, refunding a $1 to me without any hesitation. Good service!
The glass noodle was soft and fragrant; there were also a generous serving of chicken and egg. A gripe that I had is that there should be more vegetable!
Other than that, for such a fast meal, it was quite good.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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