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All About Western

All About Western

Featuring Astons Specialities (Bugis+), Supreme Pork Chop Rice, Fish & Chicks (Cineleisure), Jollibee (Lucky Plaza Level 6), Food Junction (Great World), Boufe Boutique Cafe (Income At Raffles), Ma Maison Restaurant (Takashimaya), Roxy Square Food Court, 4+U Bar + Kitchen, Soul Cafe

Lastly not list, ma maison signature ($29.80) was ultimate dish 😋 and having sirion steak (Medium Rare) and hamburger steak dipped with Cheese sauce (serving hot cheese sauce dipped on spot). So the waiting time for this dish was quite long tbh and omelette rice was quite average.

I never see curry udon with potato croquette ($19.80) before on the menu but I thought it was vegan dish lol but after serving, I saw a couple of chicken breast lol 😂. The Japanese curry was quite salty tbh but their curry usually not that spicy. I found their ingredients were quite salty especially deep fried beancurd and probably they soak inside the curry. The potato croquette was quite soft and absorbed well with curry.

I felt that Black Tap @ MBS was quite bad in lighting near kitchen area especially dine in at night time and good timing will be best to come during afternoon time having natural light to take photo. My sister's friend asked her where is milkshake and we didn't order milkshake (personally don't like milkshake tbh) as we are halfway full when heading to dinner.

Buttermilk Fried Chicken Tender ($15) comes with different three sauces (House Buttermilk-dill, Korea BBQ, Lime Honey Mustard) I felt that fried chicken tender was quite crispy and salty aftertaste without dipping sauce but after dipping with three sauce got different taste. House Buttermilk-dill was quite creamy, milky and lighter taste for sauce to decrease salty for chicken tender. Korea BBQ was quite strong and quite spicy aftertaste to increase spiciness for chicken tender. Lime Honey Mustard was quite creamy, mixed sweet and sour taste and high recommendation for dipping sauce in chicken tender.

Teriyaki Broccoli ($13) was stir fried broccoli with ginger, garlic, sesame and scallion. It looked like chinese takeaway amercian style food. It was quite crunchy and quite salty aftertaste due to teriyaki sauce.

Carolina Burger ($26) consisted of prime (beef) burger (mild rare), american cheese, smoky pulled pork, buttermilk slaw and carolina bbq. I didn't expected to be beef with pork burger so I didn't know until the waitress ask us whether about how level to be doneness for beef :") to be honest, most of their burger were usually beef, also come with huge serving of fries and also salad. They didn't served with sauce for fries and need to ask for sauce. btw I felt that beef was not that hard and pulled pork was quite salty due to carolina bbq sauce.

Fish & Chips was got average serving, include fried fries, coleslaw and canned beans and tartar sauce was not that bad for dipping. The crispness for fish & chips was remain the same standard as the past and not that soggy type. I did knew the shop have changed owner until I checked online in the past.

Hokkaido Croquette Burger (ala crate - $2.65) drizzled with Teriyaki Sauce and topped with sliced cabbage. I always order it beside fish, chicken burger or seasonal burger. You also can order via Croquette Set Meal if you prefer without burger.

Chicken Chop ($6) consisted of french fries, cucumber and tomato. I like that chicken chop got that interesting dipping orange sauce and just to prevent that having dry aftertaste. The meat texture was soft at the center and hard at the edge of the chicken chop. I hope that I cannot wait to try out the rest of the items such as fish & chips, chicken cutlets, pork chop and cutlets for next few round.

Chicken Chop with Teriyaki Sauce ($8.90 nett) consisted of Salad (S) and Hot or Cold Drinks (Refillable). I felt that chicken chop didn't have much teriyaki sauce inside. Chicken Chip's meat was between soft at the center and hard at the edge.

Salad (S) consisted of lettuce, cherry tomato and etc mixed with thousand island dressing. It was under of set lunch from 12.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. (Monday to Friday except Public Holiday)

Chicken Sausage and Egg Gratin ($7.90) served with chicken sausage, runny (soft-boiled) egg and baked till golden brown. I felt that it was quite creamy and milky due to the layers of cream and cheese of the gratin. I couldn't ate gratin finish due to order too much food. I takeaway gratin to avoid food waste and brought home for dinner. Under eatigo discount (50%)


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