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ashleytok
This is ashleytok . Japanese, Korean, Fusion are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant and Desserts and Cakes, Steaks and Grills, Sushi/Sashimi.
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Chocolate Heaven OK Dec 22, 2013   
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Categories : French | Middle Eastern/Mediterranean | European | Café | Desserts and Cakes

 
I tried the hazelnut chocolate ($8), loving it! It was very aromatic, if you adores hazelnut. I still remember it was quite late after work that I went to the cafe, and the warm hazelnut chocolate did help to perk me up.

 
My bf ordered the Irish coffee ( $9), which contained some alcohol. It was quite potent even though it appeared harmless. But the alcoholic taste became too overwhelming after some time, and so he did not finish the drink.

My conclusion: Stick to chocolate drinks lah! The safest drink of the universe! Who can resist chocolate anyway??

 
Chocolate Cake ( $6.80)

 
Ice-cream ( $7.50 for 2 scoops)

The chocolate cake was really thick & yummy. The chef damn generous to throw in so much chocolate lah.. HAHAHA... But hor, it was so "heaty" that I fall sick the next day... -___-

To read more and view photo, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2009/01/laurent-cafe-chocolate-bar.html
 
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Korean BBQ Meat! OK Dec 22, 2013   
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Categories : Korean | Buffet | Korean BBQ

 
This place was HUGEEE!! Nothing fanciful about the layout and decoration, it was just like a very big canteen, very spacious. There was function rooms catered for big groups as well, coz we caught glimpse of the rooms and saw that there was a company function going on.

We had ordered Fresh Pork Collar ( $22 for 200g) & Anchange, which was Wagyu beef ( $49 for 160g) to share among ourselves. With the order of any bbq meat, it will come with free side dishes.

I was quite taken aback by the number of side dishes. They were filling enough themselves. And to think that, I was still pondering whether 360g of meat was enough to feed the 2 of us initially.. haha

 
Potato Salad

One of the few dishes that was not"tainted" by chili. A dish that we had to "fight" for it since both of us dun really take spicy food.. =p

 
Cold Tofu

This dish was still alright despite the hideous appearance... The tofu so smooth that it slided down the throat!

 

 
The BBQ meat

The waitress would help to bbq, which was so comforting to know! Not to mention, the meat were quite expensive, I sure dun wan to cha da ( overcook) those expensive meat slices... Hehe

The meat were delicious, especially the beef ( the darker colored ones). The beef were really juicy & chewy, it tasted even better when served piping hot! The pork were still okay, but it became tougher to chew when left to cool down.

To read more and view pictures, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2009/02/korean-charcoal-bbq-restuarant.html
 
Recommended Dish(es):  BBQ Meat
 
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So yummy  OK Dec 22, 2013   
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Categories : Korean | Army Stew


The menu offers both ala carte food items, as well as various meal sets with different pricing. Being the lazy kind, I just took the dinner set, mid range one of coz =p The set dinner that I picked was for 2 pax, included 6 side dishes, 1 grilled saba, 1 seafood soup and fried bee hoon.

Set Dinner $33.99

 
6 side dishes to start the meal.

I love the cold tofu with the sour and spicy sauce! Yes, even for someone like me who dun usually take spicy food!

 
Fried Bee Hoon

Well, it was not exactly called fried bee hoon. But I cant remember the name, and so I named it fried bee hoon since it really looked like one mah. Keke, a bit "土" rite? Nevermind the name, this was yummy, with lotza of ingredients like shredded egg, vege, carrot etc

 
Grilled Saba

That was a generous serving of fish meat, but we still managed to whack everything. A little bit more sauce would be nicer though... keke

 
Seafood Tofu Soup

This was kinda plain & light, quite a contrast to spicy kimchi. As the name mentioned, the soup came with LOTZA tofu... Tofu was nice lah, but it was a bit too much right?

 
Cheese Rice Cake $7.80

Definitely my favourite dish! Cheese and Rice Cake, both I like!

The plate was first lined with rice cakes in their special sauce, and then layered with a coating of cheese. Even though the sauce looked "challenging", it was not spicy at all. Great for non-spicy fans like myself. ^__^ I definitely recommend this dish, something unique I feel. Try it if you are there!

To read more and view photos, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2009/03/so-yummy.html
 
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Tamaya Dining Bar  OK Dec 21, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Steaks and Grills | Sushi/Sashimi | Sukiyaki/Shabu Shabu

We were quite "lost" with the varieties in the menu, but it did help with the english subtitles, but I though more pictures in the menu would be more helpful. Anyway, after like a very very long time, we finally decided on the items to order to share among us. Gals mah, just cant make up our minds! Hoho

 
Buta Shoga Yaki - $12
(Marinated Teriyaki Ginger Pork Loin)

This was a nice dish, which should go well with rice... Haha. But the best had yet to come...

 
California Maki $10

This was an order made by my fren. Me ain't fan of california maki but serving was really huge with avocado & springy roe! A good substitute if you dun wan to order any rice/noodles dish...

 
Nigiri Mori -$10

One of my favorite -> Sashimi!!! Dun ask me how to differentiate them, coz other them salmon, I dunno which is which... But if my memory works well, there should be yellowtail, mackerel, tuna etc in the platter.

To me, as long as the fishes were fresh, they were all taste sweet & good!

 
Wagyu Steak - $22
( Beef cube steak with Japanese sauce)

This was the best, unanimously agreed by the whole gang. The steak were nicely diced such that it did not end up being overcooked, yet small enough to place the whole cube in 1 mouth. It was important because, this would prevent the meat juice from oozing out. A must try indeed!

To view photo and read more, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2009/03/tamaya-dining.html
 
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Food for the royal? OK Dec 21, 2013   
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Categories : American | Steaks and Grills

 
Signature Mushroom Soup - $9.50

 
Toasted Garlic Bread - $6.00

Mushroom soup was nice, so far so good...

 
Platter of Meat & Seafood for 2

At first, we thought the platter was a bit little for the price that we paid. But surprisingly, we were really full and cant finish everything.

Food wise, the meat was passable ~Turkey and beef was not tough, just good enough. The ham was good. The seafood was okay. But then, that was the problem. Nothing really left a memorable impression. All was just average, and obviously overpriced.

One thing I thought the service can be better ~ they should serve the platter after we had finished the soup and salad. First of all, the table was not big enough to contain 2 soups, wines, water mugs, salad plus the platter. Perhaps they were trying to create a food spread presentation on our pathetic table? It did, but we were like trying to finish the soup fast so that we can have more room for movement without spilling or breaking anything.

I cant remember the pricing but the Xmas set but the items are quite similiar to the Knight Lancelot (mixture of meats and seafood), which is priced at $89.90 for 2-3 pax.

To read more and visit pictures, visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2010/01/king-louis-grill-bar.html
 
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