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y_lyn
This is y_lyn living in Pasir Ris. I am a :), work in Pasir Ris. I like to hang out in Bugis, Orchard, Tampines. Japanese, Cantonese/Hong Kong, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant, Hawker Centre and Sushi/Sashimi, Dim Sum, Ramen.
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Fish & Co @ Tampines One Smile Jul 15, 2013   
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Categories : Seafood | Halal

Happy that I manage to establish an exercise routine with my friend A every weekend. We would go Amore for classes either on Saturday or Sunday smile

Last weekend, after our 2-hour classes, we had our lunch at Fish & Co at Tampines One. Hubby joined us for lunch too.

Page 2 of the different types of fish and chips on the menu, so many varieties. Didn't know that they also serve Japanese Fish & Chips eg. Dip the fried fish in soba sauce? Singapore Fish & Chips goes with chili crab paste... Errr.. don't think I would want to try this.

I ordered Danish Fish & Chips. I like it because it was cripsy and cheesy! A and hubby both ordered their signature New York Fish & Chips.

 
Definitely a good place for Fish & Chips.
 
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Categories : Japanese | Food Court | Ramen

Not really recommending this as the dining experience wasn't good at all. To start off, you must be prepared to join the long queue if you reach there around noon. When we reached, my parents were already there at the queue. Reason for the long queue? There is an opening promotion now and it is only $12 nett for buffet. Sounds good right? However, be prepared to go only for quantity and not quality food here.

 
The food here was seriously nothing to shout about, just very ordinary fare. Will go for more authentic Japanese buffet instead in future.

 
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Fish Mart SAKURAYA Smile Jul 15, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

If you want to order sashimi here, first you can do your marketing at the "Fish Mart". Choose whatever fish/ seafood (nicely sealed, with clearly labelled price tag) you want from the chilled case and pass them to the chef and he will slice the fish and serve to you what you had ordered in a nice presented plate of sashimi. The sashimi here are very fresh. We ordered our favourite selections - salmon and swordfish. Besides the sashimi, we ordered tempura, potato salad, seafood miso soup, agadashi tofu, shishamo. Total cost around $50 for two. The meal was overall quite satisfying.

The kitchen is those open-concept type and the dining place, is a bit small which is just beside the kitchen area. After you meal, you may want to shop at their mini-mart which sell a wide varieties of Jap tidbits.

 
 
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen

I think I am obsessed with ramen these days. This was my third bowl of ramen within a week. After doing IPL at Musee Platinum, it was already around noon and in the moring, I had a Pilates class. Thus, I was starving! I craved for something piping hot and soupy. Didn't want to go too far, I decided to step into Keisuke Tokyo for a bowl of hot ramen.

It was rather quiet during lunch hour. My order - Crab Stock Ramen and Egg ($15.80). Everything else I selected "normal". They provide beansprouts and chopped onions for every table. After quite a long wait, my ramen finally was served to me. You can see the the soup was really very thick. Overall presentation of the bowl of ramen was very nice. I am not too sure what the the "curly red threads" in the bowl, but they sure added colours to the presentation. The bowl used seemed to be different from those more spherical ones that I saw in other food blogs.

 
The noodles used are the broader and thicker ones. I took some beansprouts, very appetizing.

After service charge and GST, the total cost for this bowl of ramen is $18.60, which is steeper than many of its competitors. I think this meal was worth it for the food and experience. However, I may not revisit anytime soon as there are still many ramen restaurants in Singapore that I have not tried! Yes... the famous Santouka and Ippudo are next in my list!
 
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Ju Ju Hokkaido Hot Pot Smile Jul 15, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Chinese Steamboat/Hot Pot

Hubby's birthday this year falls on a Monday. After work, we went to Ju Ju Hokkaido Hot Pot at PoMo formally known as Paradiz centre which most of us are familiar with) for dinner.
I had the Fresh Pacific Ocean Platter steamboat. It comes with a whole crab. Love the presentation!

Hubby ordered the following beef set. Presentation was very nice too.

 
They have 3 types of soup base for us to choose, namely clear Kun-Bo soup, milk base and spicy. Juju serves a light broth using Japanese “kun-bu” (air-flown Japanese seaweed from Hokkaido), that doesn’t overpower food and focuses on the natural taste of the food. Both of us, on the safe side, we chose the Kun-Bo soup in our individual hot pot.

The set meal comes with appetizer - Semi-Boiled Golden Egg with House Starters. I like the semi-boiled egg which goes really well with the sauce given.

Ice Plum drink was served to us after the heavy meal. The staff told us that the drink was good for digestion. For dessert, both of us ordered "Pearl Harbor", nothing special, just some sago dessert.

As usual, service here was very good and same as Tao's restaurant, their staff are always so friendly. Both restaurants were under the same group. They have a thid restaurant under their wing - Dozo (it is a more up-scale restaurant), maybe can try this next time tongue
 
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