328 North Bridge Road
#01-10 Raffles Hotel Arcade
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If you fancy an upgraded nasi lemak, here is the place. The only upgrade you can have is the meat - this one is the spiced pork. The sambal is so-so.

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#30liciousAmex is back where you can enjoy culinary treats at many restaurants for $30++ from now till 2nd Dec.

UJONG's 30licious menu includes this Popiah appetizer, choice of Char Kway Teow or He Ye Fan (lotus leaf rice) as main, Housemade Mango Pudding and coffee or tea.

Quick make your reservations online!


#30liciousAmex is where you can enjoy culinary treats at more than 40 restaurants for $30++ for 30 days.

Online Reservations & details http://danielfooddiary.com/2014/11/04/30licious2014/


One the menu you will find heart of Singaporean cuisine as well as popular Asian dishes that we are familiar with.
Feat. Pandan Chicken | Assam Pedas Ikan Pari | Lobster fried rice | Char Kway Teow
These are just 4/40 dishes!๐Ÿ˜ฑ There's even a special 3-course set lunch @$20++! If you're not sure where to go dine at in town/ where to bring your overseas friends to, UJONG @raffleshotelsingapore could be a nice, iconic landmark to dine at. ๐Ÿ˜‰ #ujongatraffles

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So pleased to see there're five options for the main dish to choose from when I visited Ujong at the Raffles Hotel for lunch. They were:
- Roti Prata (select either beef rendang, lamb or chicken curry)
- "Har Zi Meen" (prawn flavoured noodles) to go with crispy pork or crispy chicken
- Singapore Chicken Rice
- Mee Siam
- Nasi Lemak (choose from either beef rendang, lamb or chicken curry)
I went for the last one because I've been wanting to try their much-raved-about beef rendang and having it with rice cooked in coconut milk sounded like an irresistible combination. The good news is it was a well-executed dish with fragrant, fluffy, "well separated" rice and an aromatic beef shank rendang (although I do think the meat could've been a tad more tender). The sweet and hot "sambal" was a wonderful surprise. In fact, I wouldn't mind a plate of just the Nasi Lemak and fabulous "sambal" alone.
Rounding off the lunch set was a cup of coffee or tea, plus a stupendously good dessert of Banana Crack Parfait. It comprised of luxurious heavy rich cream, topped with Gula Melaka caramel, banana and chocolate cookie crumble. In fact, we all sat up and exclaimed in delight and pleasure as we scrapped up every little bit of it from our cups.

PS. I was told that their menu will be revamped sometime in October which means a few items may disappear ๐Ÿ˜” Better head there soon if you want to try what I've written about above.


The fact that the meat of the crayfish is not overcooked and still sweet is already a winner in my book. But it's that sauce which is made from scratch that made it so perfect. Oh ya...sorry, not on the menu coz it's our #UjongSecretDinner. Ok, that's all.

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