Random Food Compilation VII SG(May 2011)

Braised Beef in Claypot at Jin Shan at Marina Bay Sands hotel

Jin Shan at Marina Bay Sands hotel. Above is Braised Beef in Claypot, below is Hot & Sour Soup which wasn’t anything hot or sour at all.  We also ordered Fried Sesame Coated Chicken (please use imagination). Overall, food was good but overpriced, ah well. Service was a little too intensive as there were not many patrons around I guess.

What I meant by overpriced? The bill came to S$91.43 for two small sized dishes, two individual bowls of soup and two bowls of boiled rice. I won’t be keen to be back here anytime soon.

Hot & Sour Soup at Jin Shan, Marina Bay Sands hotel

Tsubohachi at the food hub on top of Iluma Shopping Centre (Bugis). The set meal was about S$12 – 15 each, and the food was passable. Above is Unagi Don, below is Chicken & Mushroom Hotpot.

Unagi Don at Tsubohachi, Iluma Shopping Centre

Not as crowded as Bugis Junction restaurants, service was good, and free flow of hot or cold matcha was served. I would be interested to explore other restaurants on the same floor here to avoid the weekend crowd.

Chicken Hotpot at Tsubohachi, Iluma Shopping Centre (Bugis)

Masala Dosai ? I could never get the name right. Available at an Indian Muslim 24-hr store at Kembangan. Yum!

A western food stall (recalling the name and address) at Ang Mo Kio food court serving Fillet Mignon with Mushroom Sauce S$12 (above) and Garlic Butter Chicken S$5.80 (below).

Fillet Mignon with Mushroom Sauce S$12 at Ang Mo Kio food court

Yes, I was a bit doubtful towards the fillet mignon available at this price, however, it turned out to be passable. The portions were huge, carbo overloaded where I skipped the re-fried fries and garlic toast.

Garlic Butter Chicken S$5.80 at Ang Mo Kio food court

Out of the Pan, a crepes-themed shop at the basement food hub at Raffles City Shopping Centre.  We stumbled upon this stall and decided to try it out due to UOB credit card promtion of 1-for-1 during weekdays.

Peking Duck S$15 Crepe at Out of The Pan, Raffles City Shopping Centre

The crepe itself was good, however, the filling was lacking for seafood.

Whereas, Peking Duck was passable, too much skins were thrown in.

Seafood Treasures at Raffles City Shopping Centre

List of Restaurants

  • Jin Shan Chinese restaurant  (Marina Bay Sands hotel)
  • Tsubohachi Japanese restaurant (top floor of Iluma Bugis shopping centre)
  • 24 hour Indian Muslim restaurant hub at Kembangan
  • Out of the Pan (Raffles City Shopping Centre’s basement)
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