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Featuring Kam's Roast (Pacific Plaza), One-Ninety Restaurant (Four Seasons Hotel Singapore), Bangkok Jam (Wheelock Place), Kanshoku Ramen Bar (ION Orchard), Wolfgang's Steakhouse, KFC (Ngee Ann City), Nasrin Authentic Persian Cuisine, Teh Tarik Time (New Bridge Road)
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This is more Mediterranean than a Persian - for instance, no tahdig or fesenjan. We should have tried the kebabs, as you can’t mess them up too much. Of all the dishes we had, only the pita bread and acili ezme were good! The tabouleh was way too sweet, the roasted lamb leg and a chicken dish were quite mediocre. Service was friendly and quick - but then we were only one of two occupied tables for a weekday lunch. Without the Entertainer offer, price would have been too high. No wonder occupancy rate is low. They could use some consulting help from a Gordon Ramsay-type here.

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The chain has finally rejuvenated its menu, with the addition of a few new dishes. The new duck red curry, like most items, is only average: the meat is too chewy as the duck is old. All in all, a quick lower-end Thái fix, like Crystal Jade Kitchen for Cantonese food.

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If you really like heart attack-type roast meat, the fatty Toro char siew is a must - delicious. Otherwise, other items are good, but no better at those eateries charging a fraction of the price, like Liao Fan (which has a real Michelin star in Singapore) or Imperial Treasure Noodles&Congee, just to mention two.

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KFC has added popularity in Singapore because it’s Halal. This outlet is one level above the food court, so it’s relatively quiet. However, the wait can be long as they usually only have one person at the counter and one or two in the back.

The buffet menu is long, and encompasses all styles of Japanese cuisine (except shabu shabu). The quality is pretty awful, worse than Sakae Sushi. We tried this out with the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer; otherwise, at $41.90++ per pax it’s not worth it, with such poor quality. Contrary to other reviews, we found the wait time quite good. Service is pro-active. Maybe an acceptable choice for some, but sorry it ain’t us.

I tend to eat very spicy food. Yet, the flaming hot ramen is about the maximum I could tolerate for a bowl of soup, and may be too much for the average customer. Noodles are a bit too thin for my taste, but otherwise quite springy. Overall, nothing sublime, but an above-average ramen joint.

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The food at both restaurants is very good. The differences are mainly in terms of style, and you see that in décor AND service: (Although it is located in a shopping mall) Cut is more formal, while Wolfgang (located in a ‘5-star-minus’ hotel) is friendlier and more relaxed. Normally, I find the ‘standard’ piece of beef and two sides the maximum food I can gulp down in a meal. Unlike Cut, Wolfgang is open for lunch, so you have the option of having the same cuts of steak but in smaller sizes, and thus able to enjoy more of the restaurant’s offerings; in this regard , the set lunch (comprising 3 appetisers, a salad or soup, a steak, 2 sides, dessert, and coffee/tea) is extremely good value. The accompaniments are good but not exceptional; the steaks are the real thing. Our party ordered and shared the Cajun rib eye, tenderloin and petit filet mignon. They’re all very succulent and irreproachably satisfying. The wine list caters to various tastes and purses. So, Both Wolfgangs are to be commended - Mozart at two different stages of life. Unless you want a very high-end dining experience (but then, why steaks?), Wolfgang seems to be the better (and more economic) choice.

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The food at both restaurants is very good. The differences are mainly in terms of style, and you see that in décor AND service: (Although it is located in a shopping mall) Cut is more formal, while Wolfgang (located in a ‘5-star-minus’ hotel) is friendlier and more relaxed. Normally, I find the ‘standard’ piece of beef and two sides the maximum food I can gulp down in a meal. Unlike Cut, Wolfgang is open for lunch, so you have the option of having the same cuts of steak but in smaller sizes, and thus able to enjoy more of the restaurant’s offerings; in this regard , the set lunch (comprising 3 appetisers, a salad or soup, a steak, 2 sides, dessert, and coffee/tea) is extremely good value. The accompaniments are good but not exceptional; the steaks are the real thing. Our party ordered and shared the Cajun rib eye, tenderloin and petit filet mignon. They’re all very succulent and irreproachably satisfying. The wine list caters to various tastes and purses. So, Both Wolfgangs are to be commended - Mozart at two different stages of life. Unless you want a very high-end dining experience (but then, why steaks?), Wolfgang seems to be the better (and more economic) choice.

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The food at both restaurants is very good. The differences are mainly in terms of style, and you see that in décor AND service: (Although it is located in a shopping mall) Cut is more formal, while Wolfgang (located in a ‘5-star-minus’ hotel) is friendlier and more relaxed. Normally, I find the ‘standard’ piece of beef and two sides the maximum food I can gulp down in a meal. Unlike Cut, Wolfgang is open for lunch, so you have the option of having the same cuts of steak but in smaller sizes, and thus able to enjoy more of the restaurant’s offerings; in this regard , the set lunch (comprising 3 appetisers, a salad or soup, a steak, 2 sides, dessert, and coffee/tea) is extremely good value. The accompaniments are good but not exceptional; the steaks are the real thing. Our party ordered and shared the Cajun rib eye, tenderloin and petit filet mignon. They’re all very succulent and irreproachably satisfying. The wine list caters to various tastes and purses. So, Both Wolfgangs are to be commended - Mozart at two different stages of life. Unless you want a very high-end dining experience (but then, why steaks?), Wolfgang seems to be the better (and more economic) choice.

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The food at both restaurants is very good. The differences are mainly in terms of style, and you see that in décor AND service: (Although it is located in a shopping mall) Cut is more formal, while Wolfgang (located in a ‘5-star-minus’ hotel) is friendlier and more relaxed. Normally, I find the ‘standard’ piece of beef and two sides the maximum food I can gulp down in a meal. Unlike Cut, Wolfgang is open for lunch, so you have the option of having the same cuts of steak but in smaller sizes, and thus able to enjoy more of the restaurant’s offerings; in this regard , the set lunch (comprising 3 appetisers, a salad or soup, a steak, 2 sides, dessert, and coffee/tea) is extremely good value. The accompaniments are good but not exceptional; the steaks are the real thing. Our party ordered and shared the Cajun rib eye, tenderloin and petit filet mignon. They’re all very succulent and irreproachably satisfying. The wine list caters to various tastes and purses. So, Both Wolfgangs are to be commended - Mozart at two different stages of life. Unless you want a very high-end dining experience (but then, why steaks?), Wolfgang seems to be the better (and more economic) choice.

Long menu of Indian-Muslim and Malay dishes. Super friendly service, prices are low, and the food, whilst not the healthiest, is of decent quality. Only drawback is even when there are not lots of customers, it still takes over 10 minutes for a mee goreng. I guess it’s because they cook to order.

Farting is healthy (the wet type, less so)

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