Dinner & Supper, Japanese Food, Non-Halal Food, Singapore - Clarke Quay, Singaporean Food

Shabu Shabu at Ramen Champion

Ramen Champion – Shabu shabu promotion, The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, 03-89, 059817 Singapore. 

When there is a free lunch, people will definitely make their way to attend the event regardless of where they are and what they are doing. It was a word shared by my friend last time. However, I received a different remark when I organized a farewell gathering.

Some ex-colleague gave me a jealousy remark after she has gotten to know the gathering was held days after her last day of service, as though I was the one who decided the date for the farewell gathering. First of all, it is none of her business because she left the company and the gathering was not planned for her too. It was supposed to be held in late April but it was brought forward and I did not think I need to explain more so I ended the conversation with the ex-colleague immediately after the remark.

Neither I would control people’s jealousy toward us nor how much you want to eat for that night, it was a buffet style shabu shabu in a Japanese ramen shop. If I am not mistaken this restaurant sells quite good ramen too and I ordered a bowl of noodle to try as well during my visit.

Free flow of meats, comprises of chicken, beef and pork of your choices, you can choose your soup base too. My table ordered 6 tray of each meat with other additional seafood ingredients picked from the bar such as clams, crabs and prawns. During my visit, the crabs and prawns are not fresh enough, clams are quite fresh.

Besides meats, they do offer vegetables and various types of mushrooms. They are quite fresh and always replenished by their staff. The drink is not included in the buffet so you have to pay additional cost if you want to get their drink as well. The buffet does not come with desserts means it does not serve ice-cream, something that Sukiya does offer.

Since we are quite large group of people and they have other customers who either went for the shabu shabu or normal meal, sometimes, their services then to be slow and not too attentive to our request for additional meats and noodle, replenish our soup.

Overall, it is worth for the money especially I bought the ticket through fave with discounted price for visit during the weekdays. The wide food varieties and quiet ambiance in the Japanese restaurant make it worth for revisit in the future when they have the same promotion again.

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Japanese Food, Singapore - Clarke Quay, Singaporean Food

Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru

Address: 177 River Valley #B1-48, Liang Court Shopping Mall, Singapore 179030.

My ex-colleagues wanted to have some sushi for lunch when another colleague suggested to go to Liang Court so that he could buy ingredients for weekend’s cooking from the Medi-ya supermarket. Then, we decided to go to Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru, the Japanese restaurant which is located within the Medi-ya eatery area.

Since they picked the sushi from the conveyer belt, I decided not to have a heavy meal and therefore, I ordered the Wakame Ramen. It is served hot with lots of seaweed. The soup is clear and nice, it goes well with the ramen.

Next is the Bara Chirashi Donbori. It is really nice when I tried it myself during the second visit where by I ordered the rice and noodle set. It is a small bowl set of the Bara Chirashi and Wakame Ramen. Simply satisfying meal with generous and fresh ingredients.

While other colleagues ordered their own meal as well, The Cold Chasoba looked generous in portion.

And I missed out the name of this two set meals,

 

Japanese Food, Lunch & Afternoon Tea, Non-Halal Food, Singapore - City Hall, Singapore - Clarke Quay, Singaporean Food

Pecori Japanese Egg Restaurant

Pecori Japanese Egg Restaurant, Liang Court, City Hall, Singapore.
On one of the raining Friday’s afternoon, we decided to have our late lunch and it was at a far away place. We travelled by bus to Liang Court to have our lunch. What made us travelled so far for a lunch? It is because of the supermarket, Medi-ya.

And we tried the omurice which is located inside Meidi-ya supermarket. I tried the tomato pork tonkatsu omu which I saw in the menu stating recommended. The tomato sauce is tangy and generous to the amount of rice. The pork cutlet portion is big, hot and crispy when it was served. It is slight different omurice that I tried at Hoshino Coffee.

Another try by my colleague was with the cream sauce which looked great as well. I did not asked how it tasted because, I believe cream sauce taste cannot be any differences.

Address: #B1-31, Liang Court, 177 River Valley Road, Liang Court, 179030, Singapore.