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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
The crepe itself was good, however, the filling was lacking for seafood.
Whereas, Peking Duck was passable, too much skins were thrown in.
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)