Are you a fan of Japanese food? Do you lookout for delicious Japanese delicacies? Can't get your tongue off that Sashimi?

Well, you're not alone!

In Singapore, from reviews and word of mouth, Japanese food can be said to top the charts of many when it comes to choice of cuisine :)

And yes, I am definitely a Japanese food fan too! I love their udon, cha soba, salmon sashimi, ebiko rolls... Well, you get the drift ;)

Had the opportunity to dine in this awesome Japanese restaurant known as Kinsa Sushi located at AMK through one of my colleagues' intro. 

It was empty when we reached and 2 other men dined in as well whilst we were savoring our food. I guess it's because it's rather new? You may read their blog here :
Only a few months' old :)

We all agreed that they portray exquisiteness with their own little style of presentation of the food. 

Let the pictures do the talking, shall we? ;)
Prepare your tissues :P 
Waitresses are dressed in kimono and the Japanese chefs uniform! 
Pink cha soba OMG! No we didn't order this, HAHA! 
Wanted to order salmon sashimi but it was too pricey. $4.80 for 3 pieces, although sliced thickly =/ 
IMO, cups are too small. Had to refill a million times. 
Chawanmushi!!! <3 
My tempura udon! Their udon is really special. It's not the usual thick and fat noddles but very thin noodles which my colleagues all said like meepok -.- But I personally prefer the thick udon, I feel cheated! :( 
My pathetic tempura with capsicum and sweet potato, without any sauce provided! :( 
This niniku (garlic) was the joke of the day. Colleagues ordered fried garlic rice/garlic fried rice(?!) and they were literally given 1 bulb of garlic and white rice... OMG. -.- 
Different chawanmushi from mine, which came along with my colleagues' bento set!
Heh, all in all, I think it was an enjoyable meal :) and would definitely recommend you guys to try there sometime! :D
Only thing is that they have only 1 outlet (perhaps more in time to come?) located at AMK. 

Kinsa Sushi 
61 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8. #02-03/3A 
Jubilee Square. Singapore 569814 

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Had lunch at Paradise Inn because my colleague had a voucher for it. Min $60 spending with $20 off :)

These were what we'd ordered. 
Seafood fried rice 
Coffee pork ribs 
Fried kailan 
Beef fried hor fun 
Fried prawn rolls with salted egg! YUMMY! :D 
Rosemary, Chrysanthemum and Lavender flavoured tea, but not my cup of tea LOL 
Since I'm not a foodie, I do not source for high-end expensive food. I just included this food category under my blog to share reviews with you guys. I do not especially hunt for good food. :)

But in any case, Paradise Inn's too expensive for me. I would settle down for a simple meal that keeps me full anytime. A simple plate of chicken rice would win me over. I'd like to have a 1-meal-settle-it-all kind of food, unless I'm sharing with others, ala carte is not my preference. 

Of all the food above, I really like the fried prawn rolls with salted egg! Well, that's because I love salted eggs, though I won't like selling them, LOL?

Another highlight is the fish roe that's mixed in the fried rice. See those little orange dots? Yes, that's the one. Not sure about you, but this is my first encounter :)

Oh yes, the coffee pork ribs were quite good too! It has a mixture of sweet coffee taste. :)

Overall rating : 
Had dinner at Madam Saigon Millenia Walk yesterday. 

Bf and I were disappointed, really. 

We didn't order much because we were still feeling full from our late lunch (Toastbox @ MBS). Plus, the small bites were about the same or more expensive than the main course which we thought, wasn't really value for money.  
This order was a HUGE MISTAKE! We'd though the spring rolls would be fried but goodness...! We loathed this spring roll because it's filled with loads of bean sprouts, disgusting peppermint leaves (I think?) and the skin somewhat similar to soon kueh, is quite hard, dry, stiff and difficult to chew. 
Sauce for the spring rolls. Tasted like the sweet sauce for chee chong fun.  
Bf's sliced beef and meat ball noodles :)
I'm not a really a fan of beef  and definitely not for meat balls. 
My chicken noodles. Wanted something light on the stomach :) 
Interesting cover caps for the condiments :)
Both noodles are not value for money. They tasted just like any other normal noodles which you can get it at a cheaper price at food courts/hawkers/coffeeshops. 

But I shall not complain about the price since the restaurant was located at Millenia Walk and well, it's a restaurant. 

Nevertheless, I won't recommend anyone to patronise Madam Saigon and I doubt I will eat there ever again :(

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