Ma Maison Restaurant (Bugis Junction)

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~$25/pax
β€œMa maison” is a French word which meansβ€œ my home” β€’ a place to celebrate special moments with family and loved ones in a cozy home-like ambience. For being 37 years in the business now, Akinori Singapore has expanded its horizon having 25 branches of its Ma Maison Restaurant in Japanand the Singapore.

200 Victoria Street
#02-51 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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Friday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00am

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00am

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From the Burpple community

Was deciding between the tonkatsu and this but the waitress recommended the latter as their specialty here. Smothered in thick gravy, the minced beef patty was meaty and juicy without being overly salty. The roasted potatoes served as a good side with a very crisp surface and centers that added creaminess, together with the runny yolk! πŸ˜‹ Am personally not much of a steak person, but I enjoyed this ground beef rendition πŸ‘πŸ» [8.5/10]

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Serving size was a little small with about less than ten beef cubes. Saw photo reviews online that this was presented with some white cream over the sauce, but our plate was served without πŸ˜• Nevertheless, the sauce was similar to the hamburg steak, but thicker and more viscous with stronger hints of soy sauce. I loved the scrambled eggs - so smooth and creamy, melting in my mouth with every spoon of rice!! 😍 [7.5/10]

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While there was a decent amount of caramelised onions which added sweetness, the soup tasted rather one-dimensional, with a few soggy croutons under a blanket of regular cheese. Would appreciate a stronger savoury profile 😬 [5/10]

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Ma Maison also serves an excellent value for $ set lunch.

For $24, you get a simple yet hearty 3-course steak set lunch with a soup of the day, striplon steak in yakiniku sauce, some garden greens, rice, pasta and a drink.

You will be sure to leave the restaurant feeling belly full!

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Ma Maison held a "omu rice fair" recently and the seafood omu-rice pictured here was one of their chef's special for the event.

The dish featured crab meat fried rice, topped with their luscious and creamy omelette, mentaiko cream sauce and an entire fried breaded soft shell crab.

You can never go wrong with Ma Maison's omu-rice because it is consistently good! It comes with a generous portion of seafood and the sight of a whole breaded soft shell crab was just aesthetically pleasing.

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We were smitten at first sight and bite by the Beef Katsu Omu-Rice. At $26.50++, this NEW dish is oishii-ness at superb value.
Presented in a pan is a thick slab of deepfried beef cutlet served with rice blanketed in a large, silky and runny-soft omelette, with a mildly spicy Japanese curry alongside. At the table, the staff stirs the slightly sweet, warm creamy cheese sauce before pouring it over the curry and beef. Terrifically tasty and deeply satisfying - we won’t hesitate to return for.

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