The chicken katsu was indeed pretty crunchy, but it was also a bit too dry for my liking. The taste of the white curry was also rather forgettable. Maybe because I'm used to the taste of the typical Japanese curry and wasn't sure what to expect of the white curry. As for the katsu, perhaps the pork katsu would have been less dry, but I'm not sure if I'll be back to give it another shot.

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It was a very satisfying bowl of tendon, and I especially enjoyed the sauce on the bed of sticky, fluffy rice. I opted for spicy level 1 and there was only a very slight hint of spice.

As for the tempura items, I felt that they were pretty decent and especially enjoyed the shiitake and prawn. The chicken was also pretty juicy, my dining partner said it reminded him of Long John Silver's chicken fillet (we both love LJS so it's a compliment). Personally, I still preferred Tendon Kohaku at Suntec City because I felt that the batter was lighter and crispier; and I also preferred the selection of the tempura items there.

It's still a very decent tendon place if you're in the area and are craving for some tempura. We were there on a Sunday around 3pm and didn't have to queue to get in.

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Charcoal-grilled wagyu beef with onsen egg and shredded leeks over rice.

There was a hint of truffle and while I'm not a huge fan of truffle, this was done perfectly so that it wasn't overpowering and actually complemented the dish really well.

You can choose the how you want the wagyu slices to be done, and I opted for medium rare. The wagyu slices were really tender and even more flavourful when I dipped them into the runny yolk of the onsen egg.

It's been a few years since I went back to Fat Cow, and I'm really glad that it was as good as I'd remember. Will definitely be back.

Take some cream cheese blocks, top it off with mentaiko and wrap them with a sheet of seaweed. They go so well together! Really good with beer too.

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Ootoro, uni and ikura.. these are a few of my favourite things.

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This overflowing bowl of tempura goodness gave me a food coma before I could even finish it.

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This generous serving of chicken chop was nicely grilled, succulent and VERY satisfying. Definitely one of my top choices of comfort food.

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One of the better unagi dons that I've tried so far, and really value for money too, if you don't mind the queue...

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One of my all-time favourite wings! Drenched in mojo sauce, the wings were tangy and spicy and super addictive! This is a must-order at Super Loco Customs House.

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This delightful dish is served with spiced kabocha chips, edamame and pickled shiitake. Wonderfully light and refreshing, it's a perfect dish for the recent hot weather!

Very pretty bowl of relatively thick sashimi slices. We felt that the sashimi were fresh, and were pleasantly surprised to taste a hint of truffle on the salmon belly. Quite a decent chirashi don, would recommend it if you are in the area and need a sashimi fix.

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