Alright, after posts of the Western/Italian cuisine, this shall be my first post of a Japanese restaurant. I first fell in love with the Japanese cuisine when I toured central Japan last year. So far I find that the Japanese food in Singapore cannot meet up with the authentic Japan food but that won’t stop me from dining Japanese style.
After church service on a Sunday afternoon, we were wandering round the Serangoon Gardens area hunting for a lunch place. Then we came upon myVillage, a small and quiet sort of mall, and that was where we chancedd upon Shin Kushiya. I love it’s cool and black interior, and how the seats for each table could accomodate a large number of patrons.
There is a current lunch promotion where the second lunch set bought go at half price. The lunch sets come with a few other side dishes like fruits and veggies. My brother ordered the Chicken Teriyaki set (original price $16.80). According to my mom and brother the chicken tasted ordinary and not outstanding enough, and that Sakae Sushi has better teriyaki.
I ordered the Oyako Don set (original price $16.80) which consisted of the main dish of chicken and egg in a rice bowl. I find it rather filling. It would be beetter if there was more meat and eggs and less rice.
The Cream Brulee ($4.80) would definitely sound nicer if it goes by it’s original name of Creme Brulee on the menu, but I understand that it is pretty weird to have a French delight in a Japanese restaurant already. Egg custard has never tasted so sweet and good. Want perfection? Have the strawberry, egg custard and caramelized crust in a spoonful and devour them all together.
Overall the food here is not bad but prices can be quite expensive for some ala carte items. The ambience and service is good and you might consider myVillage for some casual dining if you prefer quiet places. Other restaurants here includes Chinese cuisine like the Old Hong Kong Restaurant and western cuisine like Bakerzin and Relish.
myVillage @ Serangoon Garden
1 Maju Ave