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Liang Court held an event called Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails in July and August 2013. Diners could purchase the Food Trail Coupon for $30 at the Customer Service Counter and enjoy 3 different set meals from 3 different restaurants in Liang Court and also a free beer. The first restaurant was been pre-selected, diners could choose their second and third stops from any of the remaining 11 participating F&B shops. I received a copy of the Food Trail Guide and two complimentary Wednesdays' Food
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Liang Court held an event called Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails in July and August 2013. Diners could purchase the Food Trail Coupon for $30 at the Customer Service Counter and enjoy 3 different set meals from 3 different restaurants in Liang Court and also a free beer.
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The first restaurant was been pre-selected, diners could choose their second and third stops from any of the remaining 11 participating F&B shops. I received a copy of the Food Trail Guide and two complimentary Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails Coupons. As shown above, the coupon shows that my first restaurant (pre-selected) is Tamoya.
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Looking through all the set meals in the Guide, I decided to try Marutama Ramen first (there is no need to utilise the coupon in sequence).
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The Liang Court's Wednesdays' Food Trail Coupon allowed me to try the Zenbu-nose (U.P. $18). It was essentially the signature Marutama Ramen with all toppings! The toppings are the Kakuni (Stewed Pork Belly), Sliced Roasted Pork, Aosa (Seaweed), Negi (Spring Onions) and Half-Boiled Seasoned Egg.

Those who frequent Marutama Ramen would know that the signature Marutama Ramen (without toppings) would have cost $12 and an addition $6 is required if all toppings were added.
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The Zenbu-nose; with all toppings added!
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Three big pieces of Sliced Roasted Pork (Char Siew) were given. The roasted pork had quite a good balance of lean meat and fat ratio. So much so that it was tender.
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The Kakuni (Stewed Pork Belly) as it should be had a higher proportion of fats to lean meat compared to the Char Siew.'
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The Half-boiled Seasoned Egg would have been perfect if its yolk was runny as they had got the marination right. It was a pity that it was slightly overcooked and the yolk was not runny.
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This bowl of Zenbu-nose ramen came with lots of ingredients like how it should be. If you were to take the cost of the Food Trail Coupon (i.e. $30) and divide by 3 restaurants, it means that essentially, you are paying for $10 per restaurant (do not forget, there's a free beer too).

Chew on this: Having this bowl of Zenbu-nose ramen would have covered more than 50% of your purchase of the coupon.

DFor full review and more photos, please visit http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/07/liang-court-wednesdays-food-tasting.html
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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