This is quite sometime ago. Thus, I have forgotten most of my thoughts then.
Anyway, we tried Sapporo Ramen Bishamon at Raffles City. I was disgusted with the ramen presentation when it is first served to me. Can’t see the garnishes that make up my ramen. It just look crap and messy before I even started! There is a rim of bubbles form around my bowl. Did they shake my soup before pouring in? Errr…
I don’t remember the noodle is exceptionally nice. The egg is not impressive also. Bamboo shoot got one smell… Can forget about going there again.
Finally tried The Handburger at Raffles City. I love their typography and their window display, paper crafts!
The store works more like a restaurant, waiter takes your order, bet it’s because of the small walking space. On average, each burger set costs $12 onwards. Each set comes with either fries or tomato stuffed with coleslaw to choose from. Unfortunately, the set does not comes with drinks. They do serve plain water.
I ordered Chicken Caesar Burger ($12.80), thick chicken breast topped with sauteed mushrooms and cheese. Lester ordered The Work Burger ($16.80), beef burger with sauteed mushrooms, 3 onion rings, eggs and cheese. The burgers are served on this wooden serving tray, with die-cut for cutlery, plate and your sides.I love their system of organisation.
Chicken Caesar Burger
The Work Burger
Wooden Serving Tray
I realise they don’t use the same bread buns and greens for each burgers too. Burgers are generally big, patties are juicy. I struggled with eating big burger even with fork and knife, but I overheard another diner requesting his burger to be cut into half. I kinda like their BBQ sauce, not too saltish. We also order some chicken strip sides. It is lightly flavored, not too saltish. Ain’t that bad.