I like the branding of the restaurant, feels like it is from an old town in Japan.
The soup of the day was Tomato Cream Soup, $3.90. It was good and definitely does not taste like it is from a can.
Mentai Mayo Toast, $2.90. I had to order this because a lot of people recommended it on foursquare. I must say I agree with them too! The toast was crispy and the mentai mayo tasted good. I think I could go get some mentaiko and toast some myself. =)
For the lunch menu, only $8.90 each. There’s the Mentaiko Carbonara. Wooo~ so yummy!
Mentaiko Wasabi with Shirasu, it has fried white baits underneath the seaweed. A savory dish with a slight tinge of wasabi, I do like how the pasta was done. Simple and full-of-oomph!
All gone, I wish my stomach can take in more though. Haha!
Bought a light snack for our dinner from Nakatsu also located inside Yokoso! Japan. A red bean dorayaki for me and a matcha dorayaki for my boy. =)
The auntie used a blow touch to heat up the insides of the dorayaki pancakes.
Lots of different fillings.
She also burned the brand of the restaurant on the pancakes.
Looking good! *grins*
23 Serangoon Central