We went to Safra Jurong over the weekend for more yummy food and a whole day of fun for mimi.
The okonomiyaki is a must try.
Maman’s salmon belly nabe – the salmon wasn’t that fresh got fishy smell
Vegetarian pizza – very thin crusted, ma famille say they prefer moi’s homemade one than this :)
Ms. Akemashite suggested going to this place for her birthday lunch, didn’t know there are still eating places hidden at basement of The Sail!
Sushi and udon set
The salad dressing very yummy :)
Moi’s gindara and teriyaki chicken set – gindara looks dry and over cooked but it’s just an illusion haha it’s very fresh and still maintained its softness
Gyoza – yummy
Unagi with sashimi set
Always wanted to try the food here after reading great reviews about this little Japanese restaurant tucked in a corner on level 2 so before our 한굴어 class, we went there for dinner.
Ms. Akemashite’s katsu curry – curry very very yummy!!
Look at the perfectly done katsu!
Moi’s katsu don – delicious delicious!
Ah Oi’s Cha soba set – with sushi and tempura, yummy!
Teriyaki wings – very very nice :) we all lurve it!
Went there on a Sunday afternoon with maman and mimi for lunch yum yum :)
Mimi’s chawanmushi with rice set
Maman’s favourite – salmon head with miso, really delicious!
Moi tried the buta shogayaki that day – yummy yummy! Sweet with a tinge of shoga (ginger) nice!
Moi’s colleagues celebrated moi’s birthday at this new Japanese eating place (think the name is Haruichi, used to be a hotdog/burgers place, opposite the famous select yong tau foo).
Menu looks appetizing…
Salmon omu rice – doesn’t taste like Japanese omu rice leh, sauce also a bit weird
Fried ebi omu rice with green curry – green curry is actually Japanese curry
Omu rice with teriyaki chicken – chicken turn out too black
Ebi fried bento – one of the ebis was overfried! aiyo
Agedashi tofu – they used the “cheap” tofu as it wasn’t silky, very coarse and the fried coating fell off easily
Gyoza – it’s more of fried wanton than gyoza, the skin broke and worst, they served with chilli and soy sauce!!?? Then ah oi asked the staff how come they didn’t serve us with vinegar, their reply was they didn’t have vinegar in the restaurant and they will “serve gyoza with vinegar in time to come…” *faintz*
Needless to say, we will not be coming here for a 2nd time.
It was moi’s birthday and Toi brought moi over to the newly opened Parco for lunch at this new ramen place.
They serve Prawn soup stock instead of the usual Tonkotsu which makes them different from the others.
Both toi and moi’s verdict was, it’s not that great that it’s worth queuing for…
After gym, steps prince and moi went to have dinner here at Ippudo.
Potato salad with coleslaw – pricey leh for S$8 this was the serving…tastes normal too
Kyushu tonkotsu ramen – this was so yummy!!! It’s addictive! Better than the Shiromaru ramen moi had the last time :)
Gyoza – 欠かせない！
Moi sent maman to the airport, before maman boarded her plane, we went for a quick dinner as maman is taking budget airline…
Oyako don – the chicken not tasty enough, so so only
The next day, we went back to Safra Jurong haha partly cos we enjoyed ourselves there so much (mimi could play at the kids gym for half a day, while toi swam and played basketball, moi went Kbox and shopping at Jurong Point) and we really were clueless on where to go, it was either bird watching at Sungei Buloh or this…
Today we brought maman there as well and went straight to Ishi Mura for lunch,
Toi’s ramen – doesn’t look fancy but actually soup tastes surprisingly good, better than Ajisen’s!
We tried other stuff as well, like the Teriyaki chicken bento, Curry rice set, Yakisoba with okonomiyaki etc but couldn’t snap anymore pics other than the ramen as moi was stopped by the staff :( “no photography here, sorry”
But everything was so reasonably priced and good value for that amount of money, yum yum.
This is Toi’s dinner, okonomiyaki with only cabbage.
So yummy!!! Makes us wanna shift to Boon Lay to have this for dinner everyday!! And it’s only at S$3.50 ^^. It was 100 times nicer than the ones from Botejyu…