Here's the bossam lunch set from Ju Shin Jung. Even though it was only a half portion, it was rather filling; I had trouble finishing it all and I had been on an empty stomach since last night. These guys have some pretty decent lunch deals, especially since they are very generous with their banchan too.
I actually resisted having a buffet but after seeing the serving of Kumo Japanese Dining, I'm pleased. Every portion was manageable and food quality is of standard.
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
One thing you really shouldn’t miss is their larger than usual assortment of Tempura Agemono for you to sample.
I've finally figured out the right things to order at Qin Ji: the liangpi, along with this.
a place i will come back again.
And yes, I got a bowl of liangpi to go with it. They included some crunchy soybeans in there for some added texture, and it was rather garlic-heavy too. I'd be interested in coming back to try their other soups and roujiamo fillings.
I'd be interested in coming back to try their other soups and roujiamo fillings.
It was impressively good, particularly because they pay attention to the ingredients. That included their coffee beans (and they even make their own yogurt!), but also their bold use of herbs, particularly lemongrass that came through in a number of items like chicken wings and even that dipping sauce above.
While the offering at the Carvery was not extensive, it compensates with good quality ingredients and execution, all in a classy setting.