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2014-03-26 105 views
Talking little about the history of Yayoiken, it was initially a Western food restaurant based on Tokyo and successfully developed a famous chain in Japan later. Welcoming Menu implemented, cuisines were lighter and more catered to local appetite. There was electronic as well as physical copy, I took a long time to judge through the Menu in deciding my order. Process and services were prompt, waiting time was approximately 10 minutes. This all-in-one set included beef, fried shrimp, pork cutlet
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Talking little about the history of Yayoiken, it was initially a Western food restaurant based on Tokyo and successfully developed a famous chain in Japan later. Welcoming Menu implemented, cuisines were lighter and more catered to local appetite. There was electronic as well as physical copy, I took a long time to judge through the Menu in deciding my order. Process and services were prompt, waiting time was approximately 10 minutes.
Mix Toji Set
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This all-in-one set included beef, fried shrimp, pork cutlet and scrambled egg on top, greedily satisfying meal. Every ingredient used here was high-quality and fragrant, sizzling hot while it served up. Beef and pork cutlets were well-seasoned and perfectly grilled, plainly tasteless tofu balanced up the heavy flavour. Texture for both was tender springy while prawn was absolutely fresh, gravy was tangy enough to enlighten the rice. Relatively delicious, combination was filling. Miso soup was complementary, portion of the set was impressively generous. Price was reasonably at $13.90, value for money.
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Date of Visit
2014-03-15
Waiting Time
5 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$15 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Mix Toji Set