Singapore – Central


Ootoya - The Art of Food Education

Define the odds. This is one Japanese restaurant with no ramen, sushi, sashimi, nabe or yakitori. This is one shop that actually has a queue in the persistently empty Orchard Central. This is one place that would tell you how many calories you have intake. Ootoya 大戸屋 served Teishoku 定食 or set meal in the menu. Teishoku is a standard for the Japanese eating experience – to include a main item, bowl of rice, miso soup and some Japanese pickles, usually served all together on a square platter. I tried the Ootoya Special Dish Set ($15.00, 990kcal) which was......

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