Tuesday, November 24

[Sponsored Post] The Best of Asian Food Under One Roof - Jurong Point

Jurong Point has embark on a focused F&B campaign promoting “The Best of Asian Food Under One Roof” to introduce its various precincts, for shoppers that are not residing in the West.

Dine and collect “immigration stamps” from the participating precincts and stand to WIN air travel packages! You may want to collect the passport at the customer service counter and to collect stamps today!

I get the opportunity to try out a few eatery at Jurong Point! They are Shabu Tontei, Woo's Ricebox, Thai Express and Putien. 

Shabu Tontei at Jurong Point is a specialty shabu shabu restaurant offering an assortment of premium meats such as Japanese kurobuta (black pork) and Japanese wagyu to ensure the best gastronomic experience. This is 1 of the participating precinct where you can start collecting your stamps! 

As seen above, this is a set for 2 ($33/pax). It consists of Japanese black pork collar & belly served with a choice of soup base (Tori Paitan, Tonkotsu, Wadashi & Pirikara Yuzu), assorted vegetables, chawanmushi, rice, souzai & fruit. 

The Tonkotsu soup based tasted quite salty but it no doubt added flavour to its black pork collar & belly. Particularly, I adore the chawanmushi for its silky texture that is not too flavourful and light in flavour. 

Woo Rice Box is a well-known brand of over 70 years and has more than 200 stores in Taiwan. It originated in Chihshang Township which was a major railway interchange in Taiwan, Taitung. There is a wide array of riceboxes ranging from braised, fried to healthy selections.

I managed to try the following dishes-:

1. Pork Chop Ricebox - $ 9.90
2. Spicy Drumstick Ricebox - $8.90
3. Braised Minced Pork Ricebox - $6.80
4. Double Boiled Soup - $4.50
5. Salt & Pepper Popcorn Chicken - $4.20

Particularly, I adore the salt & pepper popcorn and spicy drumstick ricebox. The meat is nicely marinated with good texture (Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside). 

Current Promotion:
- China Airlines and Taiwan Tourism Board
- Upon completion of stamp card, customers get to WIN air tickets to Taiwan!
- Trayliner: Snip coupon for exclusive promotion when you purchase tickets from China Airlines.

NTU & NUS Students-:
- Redeem a mini Salt & Pepper Popcorn Chicken
- Valid on Weekdays from 11am to 5pm for a limited time.
Terms & Conditions applied

They also offer a buddy and family meal for dinners. You may wish to find out more when you visit the eatery!

Thai Express is inspired by the needs of customers who want to dine amidst a relaxed yet contemporary ambience with no strict rules on decorum, still enjoy fantastically authentic Thai cuisine and at very reasonable prices. 

I managed to try the following dishes-:

1. Massaman Curry Chicken served with Thai Pancakes - $13.90
2. Phat Thai Seafood - $12.90
3. Tom Yum Seafood Soup - $ 9.50
4. Curry Soft Shell Crab served with Jasmine Rice - $12.90

Particularly, I enjoy the curry soft shell crab w Jasmine Rice for its unique flavour that stands on its own. 

PUTIEN brand traces its roots to its namesake city of Putian – a beautiful coastal suburb in Fujian, with rich cultural history and storied tradition since its settlement over almost one and a half millennium ago. It is, after all, the birthplace of the goddess Mazu and the fabled Southern Shaolin Kungfu, among many other legendary tales.

I managed to try the following dishes-: 

Seaweed with Mini Shrimps $7.50
Stir-fried Yam $12.90 (S)  $18.90 (M)  
Deep fried Pig’s Trotters with Salt & Pepper $5.90/pc (Minimum 2 pcs)
Fried Heng Hwa Bee Hoon $8.90 (S)  $17.80 (M)  $26.80 (L)

Particularly, I adore the Stir-fried Yam and Fried Heng Hwa Bee Hoon. The yam cubes are beautifully presented with a crisp exterior. The texture is tasty because only the middle and best portion of the premium yam are used.

Unlike other dried bee hoon, Putien Bee hoon is the only sundried vermicelli milled by hand. Hence, the texture is chewy yet not brittle. The rich and milky stock of pork bones and old hens certainly add more flavour to this dish.

How to participate?
Spend $50 in a single same-day receipt from selected restaurants under Mongkok, Shokutsu Ten, Korean Street or Halal Delights precinct and get a stamp on the passport. Accumulate all 6 stamps and stand to win a pair of air tickets to Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Dubai. (Spend $20 in a maximum of 5 single-day receipts for Malaysia Boleh. Accumulate all 8 stamps and stand to win a trip for 2 to Club Med Cherating).

31st October to 31 December 2015

Participating F&B Establishments: 
- Central Hong Kong Café (JP2 #03-90/95) 
- Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao (JP2 #03-96/104) 
- Legendary Hong Kong (JP2 #03-80)

Korean Street 
- Chef’s Noodle (JP2 #B1-45) 
- Korbi Grill (JP2 #B1-45) 
- Seoul Garden (JP2 #B1-46) 
- Seoul Garden Hotspot (JP2 #B1-46)

Shokutsu Ten 
- Ichiban Boshi (JP2 #B1-75) 
- Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta (JP1 #B1-55) 
- Kuishin Bo Authentic Japanese Buffet (JP1 #B1-47) 
- Kuriya Japanese Market (JP2 #B1-77) 
- Men-ichi Japanese Ramen (JP1 #B1-53) 
- Shabu Tontei (JP1 #B1-52) - Wadori (JP1 #B1-51)

Halal Delights 
- Ayam Penyet Ria (JP1 #B1-06) 
- Fish & Co (JP1 #02-20E) 
- Prata Wala (JP2 #01-71/72/73/74)
 - Swensen’s (JP2 #B1-64)

Malaysia Boleh! 
- All stalls 

For more information, visit: http://www.jurongpoint.com.sg/mallpromotions