6 Eu Tong Sen Street
11:30am - 11pm Daily (Last order 10:30pm)
*Do visit their webbie for more information on their other outlets!*
We ordered this carbonated soft drink from Japan called Ramune ($2.80) which tasted rather like Sprite, but sweeter. To open, push the marble down with a loud pop~ The marble gets trapped codd-neck marble lock in the neck of the bottle and swirls around noisily as u pour~
My Tonkatsu set ($15.50)! Was rather cheap considering the generous portions! The breaded deep fried pork was crispy, moist and served with shredded cabbage topped with thousand island dressing~ The sesame sauce dip was quite the perfect complement!
The udon was thick, springy and drowned in savoury miso soup. The udon was so thick that i had only 1 strand each mouthful! The soup was so flavourful and there was lots of these fried batter bits~ They turned soggy in no time but it was a pretty nice touch nevertheless!
The rice was soft, moist and chewy enough~ I love love love the potato salad coz there was so much onion inside! Wahaha~
Ended up giving half of my rice and udon to Baby coz i simply couldn't polish off the whole set by myself!
Baby's Katsu Curry Don (Regular - $12.80)~ Their menu indicated M and R for their bowl size and i thought M was Medium but it actually turned out to be Mini! -_-"
The curry wasn't spicy at all; instead it was mildly sweet with chunks of carrots in it~ Not a bad version!
This was the view we had! ^_^ Should look better at night!
In a nutshell, pretty value for money. Prices weren't that high, yet quality wasn't compromised~ The staff's constant loud shoutings of various Jap greetings can get a tad irritating though!