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Chicken Lasagne And Seafood Platter The portions here are slightly bigger and they provide sharing plates so probably the mains are meant to be shared. Chicken lasagne was decent and the sides weren’t too burnt, the seafood platter was ordinary and left much to be desired. Only gave half a fish fillet which made us wonder where the other half went. The batter was plain and we couldnt finish the entire platter before feeling “gelat”. They have happy hour priced beers at least.
Gerald
7w
Could Be Better Staff were friendly, but food took over an hour to arrive when the tables weren’t even full. Pasta was too salty, lamb rack was too tough. Pork belly was too gelak even after the small portion. Mashed potato was decent though. They ran out of a lot of items despite it being an early Friday night.
Zach
16w
Average Food And Bad Service Came here under Burpple Beyond. We ordered the seafood platter and peri-peri chicken. Initially tried to make a reservation but there was no confirmation, so we walked in instead. Our party of 4 was shown to a tiny table, which could not even fit the 2 platters that we ordered. Most of the time we were juggling the other things on the table (had to put the cutlery container and flowers on another chair because there was just no room). Only then did the staff re-seat us to another table (after much hesitation, even though there were plenty of other tables available and not reserved) We wanted to order the pork ribs ($32) which were apparently OOS, and when we wanted to opt for the Peri Peri Chicken ($26) instead, the waiter tried to persuade us to get the Cordon Bleu Chicken ($22). The food itself was very average. The seafood platter was oily as everything is fried and not fresh. Peri peri chicken was extremely spicy and overcooked. At the end of the meal we were charged $12 for 6 cups of tap water (we asked for 3 cups of water and one round of refills - making each ~300ml cup of TAP water... $2) but we were not told at any point in time that water was chargeable (they eventually waived it). Perhaps we should have heeded the waiter's words and gotten the Cordon Bleu, then maybe both the service and the food might have been better. Definitely not coming back.
Sin Yee
30w
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🇯🇵 + 🍤 + 🍻 #KushikatsuTanaka has introduced a Okinawa Fair menu, exclusive in Singapore only 🇸🇬 . Enjoy their signature golden fried skewers along with a Shikuwasa Lemon Sour or Okinawa Sling Highball 🍋🍺 . Super love the fried egg skewer where the yolk is still soft & slightly runny 🐣 Other items in the Okinawa Fair menu includes okinawa-style grilled pork spare ribs, umi budo (okinawa 'sea grapes'), okinawa mozuku (seaweed) & taco salad 🐷 A really great place to just chill & relax with your friends on the weekends or after work 😌 . 📍@clarkequaysg 3A River Valley Road Merchants' Court Clarke Quay Block A # 01-01B Singapore 179020 Thank you @kkt.sg @brandcellar for having me! 🙆‍♂️❤ . #ClarkeQuaySg #SgJapaneseFood #FoodMakesCalHappy
Calvin
3w
@kkt.sg launches their newest Grand Menu. 😍 With around 160 outlets worldwide, Kushikatsu Tanaka is Japan's number 1 Kushikatsu chain. They are highly famous for their Fried Crispy Skewers with their signature dipping sauce. 🍢🍤🍢🍤 Enjoy Popular Osaka Streetfood and pair it with an extensive range of Japanese Alcoholic Beverages. 🍾🍾🍾 Currently, they have a dice game where you can win a pint of Free Highball or half price. 😂 This is a very good place to chill after work Thank you @brandcellar for the invite 😃
The Hungry
4w
Kushikatsu Tanaka SG Clarke Quay Block A Kushikatsu Tanaka - Japan's Number 1 Kushikatsu chain with over 160 outlets worldwide - is famous for its deli Fried Crispy Skewers and Signature Dipping Sauce: <> Japanese Curry <> Cheese <> Chilli Crab Sauce (Local Inspired). You can also enjoy popular Osaka street food, and a great range of Japanese alcoholic beverages like @jimbeamofficial Highball at this lively kushikatsu izakaya. Never miss out the fun @kkt.sg , you and your friends can took part in a dice game where you win a pint of free High Ball or you might pay half price or even pay double. It is a good place to chill after work with colleagues or friends over some good Kushi and alcohol. I would recommend you to try out their Cheezy Chicken Stew 🐔🍗🥘
Cliffton
5w
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Average Western Fare Had the prawn aglio olio (~$25) abs the jazz burger (~$23) both tasted really average and nothing to shout about. Jazz burger was slightly drier and less oily than normal burgers (smth I liked bc I didn’t like oily burgers) but wedges were too stale and dry. Aglio olio was very garlicky and generous with the prawns but again didn’t stand out as compared to other aglios I had. 6.5/10
nic
13w
Okonomiyaki Flatbread Pizza ($25++) Knew I had to order it as soon as I saw it cause okonomiyaki on a pizza? Yes please! Though I preferred the mushroom & truffle pizza, this was definitely a good attempt at innovating new fusion dishes 👍🏻👍🏻 Toppings were generous with the flatbread base holding baby octopus, cabbage and tomatoes, topped off with okonomiyaki and Japanese mayo sauce and bonito flakes! 🤤🤤 Though the flatbread base received mixed opinions around the table, I personally enjoyed their pizzas here, especially with eatigo’s 50% off. Service was also impeccable with constant water refills (even when our jug was only half empty) 👍🏻👍🏻
Ade
15w
Carnivore Platter ($49++) Great for sharing among meat lovers! The platter came with half a rack of BBQ Baby Back Ribs, 4 Harry’s Signature Wings, sliced Italian Pork Chipotle, 5 sticks of Chicken Satay and a small mountain of Tandoori Chicken. Ribs were pretty tender with a good portion of fat, and we knew it when they didn’t serve the ribs with a steak knife cause the meat easily tore off the bones and was well flavoured 🤤🤤 A pity they were small and the meat wasn’t that much though. Chicken wings were every bit as crispy as a good Har Cheong Gai minus the prawn paste taste. Sausages were decent, satay was pretty eh and satay peanut sauce was a little too watery. Tandoori Chicken wasn’t the true Indian tandoori but seasoning was pretty alright. Overall, really value for money with eatigo’s 50% off and shoutout to the good service with constant water refills (even when our jug was only half empty) 👍🏻👍🏻
Ade
15w
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