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Tried out the JAL inflight menu at Japan Rail Cafe recently because I miss travelling and I enjoyed JAL food whenever I flew with them. The Salmon option ran out so we got the Tori Takiawase Tamago Dainomono set. The main consisted of chicken thigh, shiitake mushroom, green beans, red peppers and shredded omelette on Japanese rice. The chicken thigh was pretty succulent and the rice was fluffy. The main was served with cold udon, vegetables, a earl grey cake for dessert and a drink. We enjoyed the earl grey cake a lot too, it was very fluffy and fragrant. This was nice for an airline meal but I found the price a bit steep at $23 for this quality and serving. It was still pretty good though, good for those who miss in flight meals and want to have a feel of it.

The Warabi Mochi was slightly chewy in texture but it was served chilled which was quite different from the room temperature ones I had in Japan.

Because the Salmon Set ran out for the JAL inflight menu, we ordered a couple of other dishes from their regular menu. The Twin Flavoured Crispy Chicken Don came with fried chicken topped with tartar sauce and Japanese grated radish. The chicken was crispy indeed and while I expected chicken nanban because it looked like it and it was in the description, it tasted quite different without the nanban sauce which resulted in a bit of a letdown.

Do you like salmon in all forms, just like I do? πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ For those who don’t take sashimi, you can enjoy salmon 2-ways with this Twin Salmon Avo-Tamago Don ($16nett)! πŸ’―
Be it the healthier rendition of salmon slices 🐟 drizzled with savoury sauce, or the irresistible crispy salmon croquette, it will surely be a treat! 🌟 Accompanied by sweet tamago slices, earthy avocado cubes πŸ₯‘ & creamy egg mayo, this is quite a mouthwatering combination! 🀀
Chicken πŸ“ or egg πŸ₯š first? πŸ€” Never mind about this mind-boggling question, just enjoy the best of both worlds with Twin Tori-yaki Don ($16nett)! 😍😍😍
This bowl features creamy egg mayo doused onto succulent chunks of chicken meat glazed in savoury-sweet teriyaki sauce πŸ’•, generously piled over a bed of fluffy white rice. The grated radish helps to cut the heaviness of the meats, while the tamago & cucumber cubes πŸ₯’ made it a refreshing bowl.
βœ”Pro-tip: When you are half-way through, pour in their light dashi stock to have a soupy version! πŸ₯£ This variation worked well for me! ✌🏻
Pair these two rice bowls with their Going-Green Smoothie ($6.50nett) πŸ₯€, a blend of fruits & vegetables with the former taking dominance so there is no unpleasant taste at all (be warned of the pulpy texture though). πŸ’š Loaded with vitamins & essential minerals, this sure acts as your health booster! πŸ’ͺ🏻πŸ’ͺ🏻πŸ’ͺ🏻

Didn’t fancy the curry because of the minced beef infused within it, but the katsu was definitely satisfying! Also offers a nice environment for a TGIF lunch date!

If you are a fan of earthy nutty flavours just like me, you'll be delighted with Japan Rail Cafe's December menu πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ that brings you yummy creations made with edaMAME (young soybean)! 😍😍😍
Lay your hands on Tohoku Teishoku ($20++), where the juicy, edamame-filled wagyu hamburg takes the limelight! 🌟🌟🌟 Liked that the grated radish laid atop lends a refreshing touch to the meaty patty. πŸ‘πŸ» The tender saba fish 🐟 from Miyagi Prefecture, savoury miso soup πŸ₯£, fluffy rice, side salad πŸ₯— & soft chewy warabi mochi make this a satisfying complete meal! πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹
To fight the cold weather these days, enjoy a nice & warm Zunda Latte ($6.50++), a soft blend of edamame & soy milk. πŸ’š