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MEAT MEAT & MORE MEAT! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Korean | Buffet | Korean BBQ

The recent opening of their relocated novena branch has met with a small change in price, the only price increase was for adult's lunch which increased by $2, but it is still very affordable.

Take a look at their updated price list:
Lunch: $14++ (Adult) , $9++ (Child) [Monday-Fri]
Dinner: $22++ (Adult) , $18++ (Child) [Mon-Thurs]
For Friday Dinner + [Weekends(+PH and eve) - whole day]: $22++ (Adult) , $18++ (Child)

Operating Hours:

Weekday lunch: 11:30AM - 2:30PM (2:00PM LAST ORDER)
Weekday dinner: 5:00PM - 11:00PM (10:30PM LAST ORDER)
Weekend : 11:30AM - 11:00PM (NO INTERVALS IN BETWEEN)

 

 

 
As usual, we took a lot of meat as it is the most worth it! I love the juicy meat which has its very own unique taste. You can also take as much as you want as its a buffet style. I love the BBQ the meat by myself as I can control its consistency and I can eat it fresh out of the "stove"!
I also enjoy the attentive service that the staff here provides. Once they see an aluminum foil which is close to being charred and toxic, then swiftly change it. I also like how they are able to maneuver the meat and slide it down quickly onto the new aluminum foil.
There's also a very sweet rice drink which is very very addictive! I still crave for the taste everyday since my last visit.

Do bring a change of clothes if you're going somewhere else as this place really stinks up your clothes, unless you want to smell like a walking BBQ stove! mad
Do also queue earlier than your estimated time of eating as the queue tends to get really long during the lunch hours due to its very cheap and competitive prices for adults!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $16

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Scaly OK Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Zi Char

This is one of the restaurant opened under the Soup Restaurant group. The 3 "sister" restaurants are actually situated next to each other in IMM. You get the most expensive one (Soup Restaurant), the average cost one (Pot Luck) and then Café O. You can actually have your 3 meals there too! For breakfast, try the Cafe O for roti prata, etc. for lunch you can frequent the pot luck store which serves a variety of different dishes and then have dinner at Soup Restaurant! Pretty cool concept huh!

So let's start with the review for potluck! this new establishment at imm seems to be a hot favourite as you can see long lines being formed during the lunch/dinner hours.
I believe what attracts most is that they have free flow drinks ($2.80) and free flow rice ($1.50). However, on hindsight, unless you're a really big eater, this may be seen as more expensive than cheap as they discourage sharing of food so if you calculate, you actually have to poslish off 3 bowls of rice before the price is about $0.50 per bowl of rice.
Before ordering, you may want to consider this economical point!

We ordered this curry fish head for $17.90 as it seems to be the best-selling and it's a chef recommendation. They even framed it up and put it as perhaps a permanent promotion item (U.P $23). I smell a marketing gimmick! (which I gladly fell into as the picture looks really enticing!)

 
This dish came in a hot pot (Extremely hot pot! Please be careful when handling!) and was exactly like the picture being advertised. The aromatic curry hits your nose and you came feel your mouth watering. I wasted no time in piling the curry onto my rice and quickly dug in.
I think the fish should've went through some QC as it was still really scaly, making it a hassle to eat as you have to slowly remove the scales as you eat.
If without the scales, this is definitely a very fantastic dish as the curry was thick enough and the fish was really fresh!

Looking around, I saw many other dishes that were being served out and most if not all, you could see the steam rising from each hot pot! This is definitely one place I'm going back to!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10

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Categories : Bakery

 
Everytime I walk pass Baker Talent, I never fail to see a long queue forming. Decided to check out what's the hype about this bread stall that has a queue even at a secluded corner.
The prices of most of the bread range from $0.60 to around $1.50, relatively cheap compared to established brands such as BreadTalk.

I bought the hot dog bread as it just came out from the oven about 1-2 turns before me!

 
I was so excited to finally try this bread and it was indeed astounding! For a simple bread that taste so good and is cheap, it is little wonder why there's a queue. The bread is very soft and it doesn't become very dry and clumpy when you're chewing it. I gobbled it down without seconds and craved for more!

I think there was a really really cheap one which they were promoting, called the butter bomb or something. I shall try that the next time!
 
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Shan Cheng Cry Jul 30, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Malaysian

After the delicious meal I had a previous time, we came back to try this again! This time, the service was very bad. We called the waitress to come and clear the tables at least 3 times and they didn't even come. We had to bring it to them before they came as they weren't other empty tables to place the empty bowls.

We ordered the Ipoh Homemade Ginger Duck Horfun (Dry) - $7.50 or ($8.30 for set meal)

 
This duck was really hard! It was so difficult to pull the meat apart and the sauce was really really salty! I don't know what happened to this place but the standard of the food was atrocious! I read other reviews which said that this dish was not bad.. Maybe it's just this time round that they didn't cook properly or something

We also bought the Ipoh Golden Platter to share ($8 for large and $5 for regular).

 
We got the large sized one. There is the fried crispy cracker, fish balls, ipoh fried turnip and tofu. The most abundance one was the crispy cracker. It was quite crispy but it was very salty too! The fish balls were quite bad, it was difficult to bite through. You can dislodge the skin from the fishball itself which shows that it isn't really good. The tofu was hard at the side, not good. Lastly, the fried turnip. It turns out to be really hard to like the tofu, hard at the sides! I didn't enjoy it at all. It also tasted very sweet, taste more like sweet potatoes than fried turnip.

I didn't enjoy my trip this round. Service was bad, and food wasn't good either.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $16

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Nice! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian

 
This is the ala carte Authentic Shredded Chicken Horfun (soup). They have a dry version of this noodle too. They also have either the ala-cartle for $5.20 or set meal - $6 (which includes either coffee or tea). And it's the best-seller (it's on the very first page of the menu!)

I'm not sure if it's really Authentic Ipoh food but this is really quite good! the soup taste nice and not oily. The chicken skin could be taken off easily and the hor fun is really smooth and soft. The prawn not however not crunchy but that's only a personal preference.
Also, i think the egg is supposed to add to the taste but I couldn't really taste it! Love to have more vegetables too!

This dish is definitely really good and I would love to try the other dishes which hopefully is from ipoh!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6

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