Saturday, February 23, 2008

Ma Maison, Singapore

Tonkatsu

You wouldn't think so based on the name alone, but this was actually a Japanese place that had made its way to Singapore (Bugis Junction #02-41, 6338-4819 with another location at the Central). Actually, the reason for the name was because it was styled like a French place and served Japanese versions of a number of European dishes, but it really was Japanese at the end of the day. I was a bit bummed that my tonkatsu was rather soggy on the underside, but it ultimately did the job, as did the hanbaagu in their special brown sauce. I'm definitely not going nuts over this place, but the simplicity of it all will likely draw me back next time I'm looking for a simple no-frills meal.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

try the beef stroganoff!

cat said...

Try the Hayashi omelete rice! oishii yo!

Anonymous said...

Your blog is throughly entertaining. I am impressed and envious of your eating adventures! Excellent job!

Anonymous said...

Mentaiko spaghetti is good too !