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Yakitori Bento Set OK Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Japanese BBQ/Teppanyaki

 

 

 
Didn’t know what to eat for dinner but decided to get a bento box from Wadori. Wadori is under the RE&S Group of Family Restaurants which includes names like Kuishin Bo, Ichiban Sushi, Yaki Yaki Bo Teppanyaki, essentially all the restaurants you see lined at the Japanese Food Street at the basement level of Jurong Point.

 

 
I ordered rice, with Chicken Cheese Ball, Quail Egg Wrapped in Pork, Ebi Fry, and Yakitori Chicken. I was shocked when the total bill came up to $7.10. I also asked for a stick of the Deep fried Chicken but the staff did not include that. No wonder I thought it strange when he asked if I would like one more stick.

The Chicken Cheese Ball ($1.60) tastes similar to the chicken cheese balls offered at Old Chang Kee but for the same price, it is marinated and heavily seasoned in the yakitori sauce, thus giving it immense flavour. Nice! The Ebi Fry ($1.30) is a bit pathetic. Though I like the crispy batter, the prawn is really small and meagre. The Yakitori Chicken ($1.10) is also marinated and seasoned in the yakitori season. It is also quite juicy and tender which makes it quite nice. I was expecting the chicken to be tough. tongue Last but not least was the Quail Egg wrapped in Pork. I did not like it very much because the pork is quite chewy and I couldn’t really taste the yakitori sauce. Overall I think the quail egg is better suited by itself instead of being wrapped in pork. The rice ($0.90) came with the pickles and I like that there is the yakitori gravy over it which adds flavour to the rice.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Yakitori Bento Set
 
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Chicken Rice Smile Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Singaporean | Food Court | Chicken Rice | Kids-Friendly

 
Finally Banquet that has been renovating, past their supposedly opening date, finally opened. I went there to get my favourite chicken rice at the now-named food court – Cantine. The staff who served me was warm and friendly.

 
I got the Roasted Chicken Rice ($4.80) and got my favourite part of the chicken, chicken wing! Anyway they also gave some extra meat because the chicken wing portion does not have a lot of meat. The meat is a little bit tough but it is still quite easy to chew and it is juicy. The rice is also quite fragrant and I like the chicken rice when it is paired with the chilli sauce.
 
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Food etc OK Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Bars/Lounges | Café | Pasta | Steaks and Grills

Café Etc promises a casual dining experience and I think that is exemplified whereby they serve alcoholic drinks as well. The restaurant boosts both an indoor and outdoor dining experience.

 

 
During the festive season, my friend and I headed to Café Etc for some food and drinks. I had dinner already so I was there chilling while my friend ate. He ordered the Sirloin Steak ($26) which was quite expensive if you ask me. The portion is quite small and my friend commented that it is best eaten hot. We also ordered 2 glasses of Asahi ($9 each).

Judging from their menu, I have to say they have quite an extensive range of food (steaks, pastas, sandwiches and more) and beverages (smoothies, coffee, tea etc.). It’s a short walk away from Marymount MRT and I will definitely return to try their food.
 
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Roti Mum Smile Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery | Halal

 

 
When I hear about Roti Mum it never fails to tickle me silly because it reminds me of the few other variations which I have heard of last time, like Roti Boy.

 

 
Anyway when one passes by this stall, it is difficult to not catch whiffs of coffee breads cooking in the background! It tempts one to buy one immediately and savour it while it is hot out of the oven. I bought the original flavour one ($1.50) and it was still warm. The bread is a bit crumbly with a bit of a chewy, somewhat fluffy and yet dense texture. The bun does not have a very strong coffee taste, it is just right, not too overwhelming. I like that at the centre of the bread there is this layer of butter-like filling which adds flavour to the bun. It’s a good combination and one of my all-time snacks.
 
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Awesome Mee Goreng Smile Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Malay | Halal

 

 

 
It has been a long time since I tried the Mee Goreng at this small restaurant and I am glad I wasn’t in for a disappointment. I placed an order at the counter and went to get seats while the cashier told me that my food will be delivered to me.
Mee Goreng

Mee Goreng

 
I waited around 5-10 minutes. It was worth the wait. The Mee Goreng ($6.30) came with an egg and chilli sauce. The chilli sauce is not added in which is good because it might be too spicy for people who don’t take or like chilli in their food. I mixed the chilli in for the extra oomph in the noodles. It is quite similar to the tzi char version but the noodles are darker and definitely more flavourful. It has prawns and bits of fish in it which were a bit chewy. There is not a lot of ingredients, just right to allow you to enjoy the noodles and the taste without being disrupted by too many different tastes and textures. It is a saltier and not as dry compared to the Indian Mee Goreng. The standard of the food has not dropped which is good to know and I would continue to return for more!
 
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