Sunday, August 05, 2012

Kushikatsu from Saboten at Changi T1

Pork and Onion Kushikatsu

I didn't feel like getting a full-on set at Saboten today, so I turned my attention to the sides, like this kushikatsu. It was fine, but at S$7 (US$5.60) for that plate, I won't be going for it again. They also had a katsu sando available, but it was a bore - and worse, it came with fries. I'd better stick to the sets next time.

Perhaps more interesting was the new Terminal 1 at Changi Airport. It was good to see that they had *finally* finished renovations. It was certainly refreshing, but it still didn't feel as spacious at Terminal 3. I suppose that there is only so much that they can do when working with an old building like that.

1 comment:

pickingupkorean said...

Hi, you should try HAN at Odeon Towers for Kushikatsu. It's run by the chef who used to run the Sentosa kushikatsu restaurant. I tried it twice... Both times were fabulous.