Ajisen Ramen, Plaza Singapore.
I went down to city to meet up with my cousin and my aunt. Since my aunt is in Singapore for a stay, we meet up pretty often and usually we meet up during the weekends. And, this time we were at Plaza Singapore.
I suggested to them to try the food at the Tokyo Walker since my aunt likes Japanese food so much and I was attempted to eat Japanese too because a lot of my friends went to Japan in March and April.
Ginger Pork with Karaage Chicken
I ordered the set that comes with sliced pork cooked with ginger and Karaage chicken set that comes with the gyoza and a bowl of soup. I also wanted to eat gyoza lately but I cannot finish all the gyoza if I were to buy the big packet from the supermarket. So, this meal is sort of a stone kills two birds.
The set is pretty generous with number of chicken and the sliced pork. It tastes good as well as the pork is well marinated before cooked with the ginger. The Karaage is usually oily, however, it is still fine to eat with the sliced cabbage and rice.
I do not see their table has the mayonnaise for me to go with the cabbage. Maybe, I need to request and it is very plain to eat it without any sauces.
Address: #04-01, 68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapore, Singapore.
Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe
After a walk at Botanical Garden on the Saturday’s morning, we headed to Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe which is located at Plaza Singapore, Orchard Road. It is a Hong Kong style restaurant and it has quite a lot of branches in Singapore.
Since it was an early dinner, I decided to try the famous Hong Kong style’s Yin Yong (mixed coffee with tea). Uniquely, this yin yong serves in the stainless steel mug. I could not recall if Hong Kong serves Yin Yong in the same way.
Each time visiting Hong Kong style restaurant, I will order the wanton noodle to try. It is something like testing the chef’s skill. The wanton noodle was ordinary only. I did not take a nice picture of the wanton noodle that I ate. I tried to search online to get the similar picture and it is so hard to get one. Maybe, it is not their signature dish.
My cousin ordered the Chicken Chop. I was a little bit shocked to see the chicken chop was so small piece. Even, the chicken chop that she ate at food court is bigger than this! I took the fries and it was a bit hard (not crunchy type), looked like over-fried.
We also ordered Fried Wanton. It is lucky to have ordered this as the chicken chop portion is quite small. This fried wanton was pretty okay. It was crispy and went well with the sauce. It saved our dinner 🙂
Maybe, next time we need to choose our food wisely.
Location: #06-08/10, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore.
Ambience: Nice, quiet and spacious.
Rating: 2/5. Unique presentation for the drink and the food is just on it average standard.