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Featuring FIVE TEN, O.BBa Jjajang (Tanjong Pagar), Ramen Nagi, Kogane Yama (Jem), Flaming Don (Bugis+), Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke, Cookhouse by Koufu (Marina Square), Eighteen Chefs (The Star Vista)
Gerald Tan
Gerald Tan
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The Mixed Tendon Bowl was definitely one of the better tendons I've eaten in Singapore. It was freshly cooked and didn't taste oily or soggy. You could also choose the level or spiciness (or non-spicy) for your order. If you are ever craving for some tendon in Jurong East, I think this will be the place to come to.

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The beef was supposed to be cooked till Medium Rare but it turned out to be Well Done. Unfortunately, this has significant impact on how the dish will taste. Luckily, the addition of the crispy garlic chips onto the dish helped to create and add more flavor to the dish.

The Black King (blackened garlic & squid broth) was amazing and the pork belly was flavorful. You can customize how you want your ramen to taste or leave it to the chef's recommendation in the order sheet. I also noticed that they do not serve water here but you can order the refillable tea (hot/cold) at $1.

Both the Jajangmyeon (Black Bean Sauce Noodles) & Kimchi-jjigae (Kimchi Stew) were delicious and tasted authentic. Note that one serving of the Jajangmyeon would cost $10 during lunch and $12 during dinner. Will be back here next time with more friends to try the other dishes in the menu.

Garlic fried rice served with 200g New York strips. Definitely filled my hungry stomach ~!

Spicy Miso Duck Ramen ($16.50) is not bad. It's interesting to have duck meat instead of the usual chashu in your ramen. I wouldn't say it is bad but you can't really taste the duck when it is cooked like that. The ramen serving is generous and it comes with free serving of hard boiled eggs and beansprouts which is a standard in all Keisuke Ramen outlets.

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My must-eat dish in this food court. It's quite yummy and not too expensive. It's difficult to find claypot rice in Singapore nowadays therefore I personally appreciate it even more. They have other claypot dishes like chicken if you don't take pork.

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Steak with crispy garlic oil & pickled chinese cabbage ($10) was juicy and tender on its own. Eat the steak together with the pickled cabbage to add a new dimension to its taste. *Recommended*

Lu rou ($10) totally melts in your mouth. Wished it came with more of that delicious sauce. *Recommended*

Fried chicken with seaweed mayonnaise ($5) was very crispy and yummy. Definitely a favourite dish when you have drinks with a few friends at night. *Recommended*

Brussels sprouts with shiitake mushrooms ($5) came in a generous portion but was a little bitter to my taste.

Everything is reasonably priced at $5 or $10 (before Service Charge & GST) on the menu.

Note that there is no lunch menu during the weekends as well.

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