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curry beef rice Smile Jul 09, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Curries

 
The rice arrived in a huge plate with my rice swimming in a half-filled pool of hot curry. I was glad this shop was generous with their gravy because that is the way how an actual curry rice dish should be. The curry sauce was indeed thick, tasty and a tad spicy, so good that I finished all of it, not even wanting to waste one tiny bit of it. The beef chunks were quite huge, tender and had no signs of chewiness. A little personal disappointment is the use of long grain rice instead of Japanese rice.
 
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Battered Dory Burger Smile Jul 09, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : American | Restaurant | Burgers and Sandwiches

 

Battered Dory Burger - $15.80
This is literally fish and chips between two toasted buns.
The renkon slices (lotus stem) were an interesting addition I thought, tasting pleasantly like tapioca chips, light and crispy.
The battered dory was pretty good even on its own, crispy on the outside while remaining a moisturising softness within.
The spicy-sweet tartar sauce turned out to a nice surprise for our taste buds and left a slight tinkling numbness on our tongues.
And the burger buns were surprisingly good, with nutty grains and seeds within.
 
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Black Pepper Chicken Chop Smile Jun 20, 2013   
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Categories : Australian / New Zealand | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta | Steaks and Grills | Burgers and Sandwiches

 
Just like usual chicken chop dish, it includes a chicken chop, fries and salad.
Without the fantastic sauce, it might taste just like any other tender chicken chop you can find in a western food stall.
The black pepper gravy really has a lot peppery taste and went really well with the tender chicken chop, fries and salad.
The fries has the type of thickness that I like and since it contains black pepper bits, definitely a plus for me.
The salad itself taste ordinary but thanks to the black pepper sauce, it taste more special.

 
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java chip frappucino Smile Jun 20, 2013   
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Categories : American | Coffee

 
The Java Chip frap is chocolate and java chips, combined with coffee, milk and blended with ice.
It’s then topped with whipped cream and chocolate drizzle.
I got chocolate chips in just about every sip.
It reminded me of a luscious chocolate chip ice cream.
The only thing I didn’t like is that the chocolate chips are likely to become stuck in the straw.
This drink totally hit the spot taste wise, a nice blend with the espresso.
It even became tastier when melted.
 
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pork katsu curry rice Smile Jun 20, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Food Court

 
Nice subtle Japanese curry flavour that taste very different from Indian curries.
The curry is more towards sweet taste and only has a hint of spiciness, again very subtle.
The pork cutlet was lightly breaded and crispy on the outside but semi-tender (not super tender, but not dry either) on the inside.
Served with white rice which taste like Japanese sticky rice, perfect match with the curry sauce.

 
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