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Friday, February 13, 2009
Ministry of Food #3
#B1-40, Suntec City Mall
Since Hui Yi and I were still full from our late lunch and only wanted desserts, Yee Hwee and Yong Huat chose MOF over Crystal Jade for dinner. The Salmon Cutlet Maki ($9.20++) wasn't nice at all. Too much rice was wrapped around the deep fried salmon cutlet which seemed to have more batter than fish.
Yee Hwee ordered the Yasai Nabeyaki Udon ($14.50++) with mixed vegetable tempura. The girl didn't know how to break the egg into the claypot, so it was Yong Huat to the rescue!
The Katsu Toji Set ($18.80++) included deep fried breaded pork cooked in egg sauce and Japanese fried chicken.
Dessert time! Hui Yi and I waited for the both of them to finish their mains before ordering desserts. We shared the Macha Mixed Imo ($6.80++) and topped up another $2.50++ for an additional scope of Hokkaido Black Sesame Gelato. I love the marriage between the hot and deep fried sweet potato and yam, and the cold milk base soft serve and gelato! The red bean paste was also oishi as it was not cloyingly sweet.
The Black Sesame Mixed Imo ($6.80++) was similar but instead of the green tea sauce and red bean paste, the soft serve was drenched in black sesame paste.
MOF card members with DBS card get 15% off the total bill which was quite a good deal. I think this is a good place to get good and simple desserts rather than mains. It seemed that MOF is quite popular as the place was packed with people by the time we left.
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