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Give me more! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : French

It is not difficult to find French restaurants in our little diversified island. But to discover one that is affordable for the masses prove to be a challenge! I chanced upon this restaurant at Vivo City the other day. My friends and I wanted to try Jamie Oliver's newly open restaurant but the queue was way too long and we were getting hungry. Opposite Jamie Oliver's restaurant is Poulet which specializes in serving roast chickens!
I quick check of the background of this place shows that it is opened by the Thai Express company. The waiters there are aplenty but they seem to have a limited command of English Language. Yet, this did not deter them from serving the customers with the best service. They were very prompt in their service and you can easily catch one of them lingering around, ready to serve you.

 
I ordered their signature Poulét Roti (Half, $15.80. Whole, $28.80). Ordered the Whole one to share with my peer as it was cheaper than getting the half version. The roasted chicken was juicy and palatable even when eaten on its own without the sauce. But if you dip a small piece of it into the rich and luscious mushroom cream sauce, it achieves a much better taste! I like that they did not use the canned button mushroom and you could see the whole bit of it. The raw vegetable provided also helps in decreasing the saltiness of the sauce if one feels that it is too salty. This is definitely an arm workout as you'll want to carve out every single piece of chicken meat on this piece of chicken, it is simply too good. This chicken has also broken my rule of not eating the chicken skin! This definitely proves how wonderful it is!

 
We also ordered the Banana Bread and Butter Pudding, $6.80. I have converted to being a banana lover after tasting this. The taste was not overwhelming and was definitely a good dessert to have after the meal. It left a pleasant taste of this delicious and healthy fruit at every spoonful.

I love that this place is very affordable and the service is good. Not only that, the food is sensational as well! I will definitely recommend this place if you want to try some French cuisine.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $20

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Fat Me! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Desserts and Cakes | Sushi/Sashimi

Tried this Shiratama Kurizen ($6.80) [red bean with soft serve ice cream] for tea break the other day.
I like it very much as I've always had a soft spot for red bean dessert. Paired with an ice cream, it was heavenly! The hot and cold combination is really good. You can taste the individual red bean pieces which is always fun to bite into and the soft serve ice cream is exactly as its name suggest - SOFT! It melted in my mouth as you can see, it has started to melt soon after they serve it!
The mochi balls are made of flour and was really chewy! The bf did not like the mochi balls so I had them all to myself! YAY!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $7

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Fluffy! OK Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery

 

 
Bought these 2 breads for breakfast the other day as I was walking pass this stall. I feel that it's a tad unhygienic due to the layout of this place. As the store size is quite small, they had to cram many trays of breads into the transparent shelves. This caused some of the breads to be quite low in the shelf and being fairly near to the human traffic, I felt that it is quite a hazard when taking the bread.

I bought the pandan sponge cake and polo bun. Did not really enjoy the pandan sponge cake as i felt that it's a little dry although it is quite light.
The polo bun was quite good! I love the top part of this bread as it's sweet and when eaten together with the bread, it's quite a good combination. Fluffy and light!
 
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Chicken Penyet (: OK Jul 30, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Indonesian | Food Court | Rice

 
I ordered this Chicken Penyet (not the fried version), as I was enticed my the queue again! I also saw many people eating this dish after walking 1 round around the food court. This cost $5.90.
The chili is extremely potent, similarly to the time that I ate it. The tofu wasn't as bad this time round. A little softer on the fried part. And for the main star! The chicken! The sauce was quite sweet, even sweeter than the last time, you definitely need to pair it with rice so that the effect is not as strong. The chicken is quite soft but I think they might have grilled it a little too long as it was juicy.

OVerall, this is definitely better than the fish penyet as firstly, you don't have to deal with messy bones and this is much easier to eat.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6

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Sake and Dine Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

 

 
Ordered one plate of Sashimi Miyabe ($25.90). We changed all of it to Salmon Sashimi as none of us likes tuna or yellow fish so it's quite a waste. Calculated the price between this platter and 5-7 salmon sashimi and this turns out to be the cheapest. Ichiban Sushi is also the ONLY that allows us to change all the sashimi to Salmon. We also found out that this is the cheapest sashimi out of the 3 so there's really no reason to not allow us to change.
The salmon sashimi is quite thick over here and i love how it taste really good with wasabi.
There was a promotion going on and we also ordered this sakura sake to pair with the sashimi.
Sake and Sashimi is the best combination ever in a Japanese establishment!

Chill over this delightful combination and i believe you'll have a really good time here!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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