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The 4-course festive set menu is priced at $66+ per pax and you can celebrate with your loved ones during the festivities over a wonderful meal in the comfort of your home. Start off the meal with a soup of Butternut Pumpkin that comes with other accompanying condiments of pumpkin seed, focaccia crouton and chive oil, all packed separately and all you need to do is to combine it together with minimal ease.

The next course brings a touch of luxury with pan-seared Hokkaido scallops served with Avruga Caviar, bacon bits and served with a refreshing lemon-mustard vinaigrette. The third course comes with two options which you can either opt for the ‘surf’ or ‘turf’, the former is a pan-seared black cod fillet paired with a chorizo chickpea sauce while the latter is a beef tenderloin drizzled with red wine sauce, served with king oyster mushroom and creamy celeriac puree. Lastly, what’s a Christmas celebration without the quintessential chocolate log cake over a tangy raspberry compote.
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✨ Porta SG
📍 1 Unity Street, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Level 1, Singapore 237983
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17 Jul’19, Wed⛅️⁣
📍Mitsuba Japanese Restaurant⁣
- Ala-Carte Buffet😋⁣

Grilled cheese scallop is the must-order!!!

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17 Jul’19, Wed⛅️⁣
📍Mitsuba Japanese Restaurant⁣
- Ala-Carte Buffet😋⁣

Fresh sashimi~

Quite worth the $...


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We continue the crab meat selection with their fried rice to end our meal here.

It took awhile for them to serve this so there’s a bit of wait at the end (wasn’t good if you prefer to eat the sliced fish with the rice).

But this fried rice was surprisingly good for me. Rich in its taste and generous amount of crab meat inside.

Here comes the spotlight of the set lunch, serving one portion for every person.

The sauce was spicy and acceptable portion of the crab meat. This is definitely worth especially when you don’t want to spend too much to grab the crab itself, or having to crack the shell.

Here comes the main which I like the nonya sauce. The food all come in sequence as the menu, which means the rice or noodles only come at the end. So you have to eat the fish itself without the rice or have to wait.

The second appetiser we get was this refreshing one, serving with pineapples and grapes.

The portion given was considerably small to me but enough for both of us.

Jumbo Seafood has recently introduced their fuss-free chilli crab set lunch that available sail from now until end of 2020.

For $29++ per pax, the set lunch included (sharing) 2 appetisers, 1 meat, 1 rice or noodles and (1 portion per pax) chilli crab meat sauce with sliced fried man tou.

This was one of the appetisers we got, the baby squid was very crispy and they are covered with sweet sauce. Accompany with fried crackers.

The place is often full at lunchtime even on weekdays, and most customers have some kind of discount voucher. The buffet menu is extensive and encompasses almost all Japanese cooking styles - sushi, izakaya, tempura, Shabu Shabu, tonkatsu, etc. Food quality is B-, worse than Sushi Tei but it’s not bad, especially the sashimi. Efficient and friendly service staff; these poor guys are overworked, especially since they have reduced headcount due to Covid. With the Entertainer 1-or-1 discount, the bill is only $54++ for two, so one should not complain. Shin Minori may be in the minor league in terms of food quality, but it won’t break your shin!

The place is often full at lunchtime even on weekdays, and most customers have some kind of discount voucher. The buffet menu is extensive and encompasses almost all Japanese cooking styles - sushi, izakaya, tempura, Shabu Shabu, tonkatsu, etc. Food quality is B-, worse than Sushi Tei but it’s not bad, especially the sashimi. Efficient and friendly service staff; these poor guys are overworked, especially since they have reduced headcount due to Covid. With the Entertainer 1-or-1 discount, the bill is only $54++ for two, so one should not complain.

I’m a huge fan of taro, also a huge fan of CHICHA drinks. So, how could I not try this! 😍

Chicha just released their taro series, which includes 4 drinks! In short, 3 of them have taro paste & taro bubble but with the following drink; fresh milk, tea, milk tea. The 4th one is milk tea as well but black pearl instead of taro bubble.

Bought the fresh milk with taro bubble today, it’s pretty good! Would prefer it without taro bubble(personal preference here, don’t like chewy in drinks) but the drinks are fixed so no customisation allowed.

$5.70

Teochew Porridge - good for anytime of the day!

Teo Heng Teochew Porridge has been around for many years. Their home-made fish cake has always been one of their signature dishes. They were super soft yet springy. When dipped into the chilli sauce, blended with garlic and vinegar, superb!

They are also famous for their fishes. We chose the garoupa. The fresh fish were simply dunked into a pot of boiling stock with preserved mustard/salted vegetable soup, and then served with a ladle of the salted vegetable over the fish. The fish was tender, slightly sweet and salty, just simply good with plain porridge.

Overall a nice place for a porridge with everything made from scratch, and fresh, quality food.

Rate:4.6/5
Price:$-$$