A5 kuroge wagyu 黑毛和牛-S$60 (i estimatr 120g/150g)
had 4pax dinner with friends at azmaya omakaseya at robertson walk, followed by coffee & cakes at lauraent bernard chocolatier on 23.1.22015. 🙂
i was just at azmaya omakaseya a week ago on 15.1.2015, so this is a quick update. i used 2 qoo10 coupons the last time but was told by the restaurant that i could also get 50% discounts on alacarte orders.
belly pork & beef harami (with leeks) yakiniku
we had the same A5 kuroge wagyu 黑毛和牛 sirloin S$60 (2 orders) & karubi $29 (2 orders) + 1 order of pork belly S$14 & 1 order of harami (with leeks) S$13, plus 2 drinks. total came to about S$42pax nett after 50% discounts on food. excluding drinks it would have been S$34.
somehow the wagyu sirloin & karubi did not appear to be of the same quality as what i last had, if one were to compare the photos here. so 50% discounts but same quality???
pork belly had not much taste as before, but was ok with leek sauce.
i had the harami (with leek) for the first time. it was quite good. of course it was a tougher meat but taste was ok.
bibimbab ishiyaki – S$16
the stone pot bibimbab S$16 was good. i guess not the best but very competent, and with lots of beef, & at 50% discounts I would say it was very good for the price.
spicy galbi soup – S$10
likewise the spicy galbi soup S$10 was also competent, & again very good for the price.
at S$34pax nett w/o drinks i think it was a very good dinner. i would certainly do this again. 🙂
soufle + lava cake at laurent
soufle at laurent
lava cake at laurent
lava cake at laurent
after dinner we went over to laurent bernard chocolatier for coffee & cakes. they were famous for their chocolate soufle & also lava cake.
both were very good. i liked the soufle a bit better. the lava cake was very good too.
i am not sure taste wise it was actually better than my own chocolate lava cake (however i have not made lava cake for a while & the more recent couple times did not come out that well in terms of producing the lava texture…i must really try again this…)…maybe i will try the chocolate soufle too…i tried the grand marnier soufle once..it was ok but maybe a chocolate flavoured one maybe more the taste for my wife & i.
the flat white was ok, but didn’t feel any better than that at asseemly coffee or at wheedler’s yard. and i still feel that the flat white at chye seng huat & at dutch colony at pasarbella were better.