Friday, 18 November 2011

MOF @ My Izakaya, Singapore Marina Square - Dinner

Hubby and I traveled to Singapore on end Oct/beginning Nov to celebrate our 3rd year wedding anniversary cum my birthday. On my birthday, we had dinner at this restaurant MOF @ My Izakaya situated at Marina Square since we were staying at Pan Pacific Singapore.
 Once seated, the waiter brought us each a very thick Menu. Maybe is because we just woke up from our nap we really cannot digest everything on the menu. It is just way too much of items on the menu and we cant decide what to eat even after reading it for 15 minutes. @@ Finally i ordered a spicy miso ramen and Hubby ordered a rice set something like Korean bibimbap type. Also he ordered karaage and soft shell crab for sharing.

Overall, the experience at MOF wasnt great. Ramen tasted not bad, however there was too much noodles and not much ingredients. Hubby said his rice said was special, a bit of Korean Bibimbap style with sake. Karrage tasted like McDonald chicken nuggets and the soft shell crab was way too much oily!

The only thing i found it quite nice is the green tea. They put a candle underneath the tea pot so our tea is always hot!
Hubby rice set is come with a cup of coffee, so he ordered another green tea machiato for me. This is seriously good~~~ especially their green tea ice-cream! I wish we could have an empty tummy to come here for dessert!

MOF @ My Izakaya
Add: 6 Raffles Boulevard #02-138E Marina Square, Singapore

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