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A French cum Japanese restaurant, a new face in the market recently. My female friends recommended strongly the Famous French Toast which kept me wondering how nice it could be.Headed to the Westgate outlet on a Saturday evening. Got a table fairly quickly without much waiting. Brightly lit and cushy seats with several separate carrels gives one a comfortable dining feeling. Quite a good setting for family or big group dining.Menu is quite limited though. For mains, it is either pasta or rice. H
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A French cum Japanese restaurant, a new face in the market recently. My female friends recommended strongly the Famous French Toast which kept me wondering how nice it could be.

Headed to the Westgate outlet on a Saturday evening. Got a table fairly quickly without much waiting. Brightly lit and cushy seats with several separate carrels gives one a comfortable dining feeling. Quite a good setting for family or big group dining.

Menu is quite limited though. For mains, it is either pasta or rice. Had the Miam Miam Spaghetti ($15.80). Every mouthful was flavorful with the lightly sautéed taste of its secret broth, Shoyu and butter. It is justifiably one of the recommended ones.
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Had the French Toast too of course as strongly recommended by my friend. There was a dollop of fresh cream on top which tasted light and not too sweet. Complemented perfectly with the bread, and came also with Maple syrup in a small side bottle for extra sweetness if preferred. The bread was soft and fluffy. However I don't really see why it is worth to pay $9.80++ for just a few chunks of soft French toast. It is just bread with egg coating.
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Besides that, tried the original souffle pancake ($8.80) as well but again, it was unimpressive at all. Just a small normal pancake, quite fluffy though, but was too plain and I took only a quarter of it. Don't bother trying this really..


Overall, slightly above average food quality for some of the dishes but food all are fresh. So food waiting time can be long sometimes. Worth a try except the Soufflé Pancake. Great seating arrangement for group dining as well.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-15
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$20 (Dinner)