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391 Orchard Road
Basement 2 Takashimaya
Singapore 238872

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~$10/pax

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The best daifuku I’ve eaten in my life! Fresh, balanced and luscious with a giant strawberry encased within.

Mochi Obanyaki

This is from a pop-up stall at Takashimaya B2 Foodhall near TWG, now till 27 May!

1 for $3.50
2 & onwards, $3 each

This is the pumpkin cream flavour. There’s even Japanese pumpkin skin inside! My fav out of the 3 flavours I’ve tried. The mochi dough is so so so chewy!! I have never tried such obanyaki before. Really love it! 😍 The filling is so generous and oozing out at every bite. 🤤 Highly recommended!

Mochi Obanyaki

This is from a pop-up stall at Takashimaya B2 Foodhall near TWG, now till 27 May!

1 for $3.50
2 & onwards, $3 each

This is the milk custard flavour. The mochi dough is so so so chewy!! I have never tried such obanyaki before. Really love it! 😍 The filling is so generous and oozing out at every bite. 🤤 Highly recommended!

Mochi Obanyaki

This is from a pop-up stall at Takashimaya B2 Foodhall near TWG, now till 27 May!

1 for $3.50
2 & onwards, $3 each

This is the green tea cream flavour. The mochi dough is so so so chewy!! I have never tried such obanyaki before. Really love it! 😍 The filling is so generous and oozing out at every bite. 🤤 Highly recommended! It’s so good, I bought it again!

Pop up stall near TWG, now till 27 May

1 for $3.50
2 & onwards, $3 each

This is the green tea cream flavour. The mochi dough is so so so chewy!! I have never tried such obanyaki before. Really love it! 😍 The filling is so generous and oozing out at every bite. 🤤 Highly recommend this!

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Popped up stall in until 27 May:

Oyaki with Miao and Dashi flavoured Nozawana Green, Japanese Raddish and Cabbage. It’s taste pretty and must definitely ask to heat it up!

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Hotplate Rosuni katsu ($16.5)-while katsu was actually crispy and succulent the broth (was called sauce in the menu) kinda made it soggy. The usual rosuni katsu should be better i guess? 4/5

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Ordered one with their kinako soft serve (vegan!!!) which was topped off with strawberries, blueberries and mini marshmallows reminiscent of my childhood days ☺️

The soft serve boasted a strong soy flavour which I really enjoyed, and the egglet waffle had perfect texture - crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside! 👌🏼 Was definitely a delight to eat!

Thank you once again to @qinlovesmacaronsss for the voucher! 🙏🏼

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Costing a whopping $9, it’s priced competitively against Godiva and Venchi despite it being just a pop-up stall at the current fair held in Takashimaya Food Hall; that being said, the Kinako soft-serve is really my cup of tea; all smooth and creamy (being just of the right density) without any grittiness or grainy bits while carrying an evident nuttiness and being flavour. Very well done; definitely worth splurging for considering it is only available for a limited time.

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Was hesitant to pay $4.50 for an egg until I finally decided to bite the bullet and try this when there was a promotion at $2.90... OMG it’s simply heavenly comfort food to the max!
Perfectly poached egg with a runny centre encased in Japanese fishcake paste, lightly fried to perfection👌🏽

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I hardly ever attempt the impossible, that is to find seats in Takashimaya’s basement food court during meal times. When a miracle happened and I did, the stall I decided to order from was “Thai’d Me Up” as it was closest to my table.
Drawn by the laminated newspaper clippings festooning their glass wall, I zeroed in on their signature Braised Pork Noodles. It was pretty good on the whole.
The slices of pork were tender and tasty from the sauce used to braise it. I liked that the toppings also included half of a runny-yolked egg, blanched “chye sim”, two very large, crunchy fried wantons as well as some pork lard.
They use a very thin kind of egg noodles which are cooked firm and springy before being tossed in a dark sauce. As theirs is a Thai-style dish, no sambal is added during the cooking process. However to fulfill my request for my noodles to be spicy, the young hawker took the initiative to throw on chopped chilli padi. Thumbs up to that.

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Soft boiled egg was wrapped with fish cake and deep-fried to golden brown. Was on promotion at $2.9, original price at $5. The fish cake was really good, chewy and soft.

Ongoing Okinawa fair now at basement of takashimaya food hall. Chanced upon this $2 sweet potato croquette hence decide to try. Has a mochi texture in between the crispy outer layer and sweet potato inner.

🍵Matcha Anyone?🍵 .
@tsujirihei_honten is back again with their Uji Matcha Nama Soft Serve [$7] @takashimayasg Japanese Food Fair!
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Their Matcha still taste as authentic as ever! Mild sweetness leaving a lil bitter aftertaste!

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This was the other tart in the Valentine’s Day set. Not as good as the strawberry but still excellent in its own right. Lovely bitter matcha cream really cut thru the sweetness of the dessert. Very nice indeed.

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