I've passed by this place a couple of times and being at the corner catches your eye with the cheerful interiors and layout of the place. It looks like an upmarket cafeteria-style restaurant with beech-coloured tables and white/orange/lime green chairs. The menu is divided into east and west so it's pretty obvious what the selections will be. They also have a sushi menu but we decided on a Calamari starter from the west menu and Nasi Goreng and Singapore boiled chicken rice from the east menu. My Singapore boiled chicken was quite tasty and it came with dipping sauces (soy, chilli and ginger), the bowl of rice with it was topped with crispy garlic and full of flavor. It was also served with a bowl of soup. Our server claimed that it's authentic, although I found the chicken to be a bit greasy, despite being bolied.
Another place to people watch and see the fountains and I was suprised that they were still on at almost 1am, maybe because it's the weekend.
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