I'm back for more bento box at DeliVeg. I'm a huge fan of Japanese food. Japanese food combines a few simple ingredients to create a tantalizing feast. It's so addictive that Malaysians and Singaporeans, in particular, would queue for hours just to dine in certain Japanese eateries. Being a vegetarian, although I am only restricted to certain items on the menu, I would also flock these eatery to satisfy my cravings.
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Zakana Kats - $ 8.90 I personally like this dish a lot! The 'fis-' was deep fried to perfection and went well with the mayonnaise-like sauce. Very good value as it came with a side salad and miso soup.
Claypot rice - $ 7.00 The rice was burnt when it got to our table. This was much better during our previous visit, wondering what happened =( However, kudos to the chef for actually attempting to cook the rice in the claypot though!
Ebi Tempura - $ 9.00 The "prawns" tasted very "floury" and I did not find much satisfaction in this dish. Would have preferred a more springy and chewy feel. Nevertheless, the crispy outer managed to save the day.
Laksa - $ 7.00 This dish is actually more appetizing than it looks, and I'm very thankful and actually surprised that
Soup comes with Laksa What a weird combination! Laksa with apple soup. haha. I like the soup though, very unique on its own, a little weird when served together with laksa. =.= Apple juice - $ 3.00 A very normal glass of freshly juiced apple.
All in all, I would go back for the bento boxes as they still remain the highlight of this eatery. If they are serious about keeping their business alive, they really need to improve on the other items. Any readers who frequent this eatery, would appreciate it if you would share your experiences with us :)
Name : Deli Veg Address : 200 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058749 Tel : 6223 9686 Fax : 6224 0991
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