Saturday, July 17, 2010

Jun Japanese-Malaysian Cuisine (Wishart)


Dinner was at
Jun Japanese-Malaysian Cuisine
10 Wishart Square


The menu separates Japanese, Malaysian food
on each sides, average price is $11
I personally find the waiter pretty bad on service
No smiles, talks like we owe him money, bad postures
However, he was pro-active in refilling ice-water
and the shop aunty and chef are very friendly


Ambience of restaurant is warm and welcoming
Anyhows we are here today to celebrate Pauline's birthday




Satay
(Special order; Item not on menu)
Limited stock, about 30 sticks per day only
However if sold out, you may opt for Yakitori $6.90
These are skewered spiced meats, Malay cuisine
served with cucumber, onions and coconut milk rice cubes
Made from scratch, pretty awesome!


Mee Goreng (Chicken)
$9.90
The Mee Goreng dish is legendary!
One of the best I've eaten around South East Asia
The taste is perfect and 100% accurate.
By the way for you Caucasians who love the Indomee Instant Mee Goreng
This is how the real deal looks like. Word.


Char Kuay Teow (Chicken)
$9.90
Less fragrant compared to Little Singapore
but the taste is not quite there too.
Taste more like Stir-fried Beef Hor Fun.


Mee Goreng (Chicken + Seafood)
$13.90
Perfect! Must-try!
Put it on your bucket list.
This is better than any Indian Muslim restaurants you've ever eaten.
Trust me on that.


Tahu Goreng
$12.50
Deep-fried tofu cubes served with pineapple, cucumber,
bean sprouts in hot chilli and sweet soy sauce with crushed peanuts
Pretty good. Relatively spicy!
Does not feel oily.


Curry Laksa (Chicken)
$9.90
Taste accurately like your hawker and Malaysian laksa
Not the "Katong Laksa style" though
Jay tried level 7/10 spiciness and it was quite a killer
The gravy needs more laksa leaf in my opinion


And this one is not thick vermicelli
Its yellow hokkien noodles with thin vermicelli


Ipoh Hor Fun (Chicken)
$9.90
Ok I know Ipoh Bankean is gonna be pissed seeing this
Its not the real-deal Ipoh Hor Fun
This is our 煮炒 (Stir-fried) Wa-Dan styled instead
The portion size is awesome and kuey teow does not stick together
Pretty good despite unauthenticity!


Chicken Teriyaki
$13.50
Comes with Arugula salad - yum!


Claypot Assam Fish
$14.90
Fish fillet cooked in chilli and tamarine sauce
I feel its not spicy and sour enough


The chef gave Pauline a special-made Curry Puff
after knowing its her birthday! =D




Peranakan Dessert
(not in menu)
Also, the birthday special comes with on-the-house
sweet coconut milk glutinous rice pudding
Taste super awesome!


and an Orange Butter Cake
(not in menu) made on the spot
specially for Pauline




She was so touched by the gesture!


The chef even came out to serve the cake.

Return Factor: 30/10

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