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Based on the name of the restaurant, we thought it was a Hawaiian-infused cuisine but actually it was not. Basically Western cum Japanese, the only thing matched the name was prpbably the décor. Ambience was suitable for large group of people, lively and energetic. Menu available was quite similar to the original Ma Maison, yet still lacked of some varieties.The very first dish was appetizer, refreshing and pretty platter. Dressing of assorted veggies, it was colourful and flavourful with the dr
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Based on the name of the restaurant, we thought it was a Hawaiian-infused cuisine but actually it was not. Basically Western cum Japanese, the only thing matched the name was prpbably the décor. Ambience was suitable for large group of people, lively and energetic. Menu available was quite similar to the original Ma Maison, yet still lacked of some varieties.
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The very first dish was appetizer, refreshing and pretty platter. Dressing of assorted veggies, it was colourful and flavourful with the drizzle of Thousand Island Mayo. Main course was shared by two of us, the portion was rather huge. Omelette was surprisingly not bad, cooked until perfection and accompanied well with Olive Rice. Dessert wise, we had Fruity Pancake. Fresh Strawberries, Blackcurrants and Slices of Banana arranged on top, every bite was full of satisfaction. We poured a little few drops honey on Pancake, completely sweet and fluffy. Overall the place was above my expectation, will make my return perhaps.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-22
Spending Per Head
$18 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Salad
  • Omelette
  • Pancake