Ma Maison at Bugis Junction

I sometimes have a hankering for Western food, Japanese style. One word to describe it is sweetish. The ambience at Ma Maison is warm and cosy. It’s like having a meal at a cottage with their flowery tablecloths, little baskets, wooden panels, brick walls and windows with little curtains. It’s a place where you can dress down and relax. I saw girls in slippers and tiny tank tops looking very relaxed and happy and I think that’s the why dining should be in summery Singapore.

For ladies, there’s a discount of 20% on Mondays which is good as you can expect to pay at least S$25 per person including drinks and soup.

The spaghetti was just right – al dente although the pasta is not the freshly made type, but I liked it. The omu rice is top-notch too with the fluffiest creamiest omelette wrapped around the rice.

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The little touches of Halloween – adorable!

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Everything here is just so pretty and the service was warm and friendly too. No wonder there’s a constant queue outside.

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Continuing with the Halloween theme, pumpkin soup was served as part of the set lunch. Pumpkin soup is definitely my favourite kind of soup and they did it well here.

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The coffee was a tad weak – just brewed coffee and not espresso though.

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I will probably order a Omu rice if I come here again.

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The external facade of the restaurant looks inviting too. Authentically Japanese.

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Blogging about my daily life in Singapore helps with my mid life crisis.
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