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May 7, 2007

Sumo House

Went Big Bookshop @ Clementi one evening to buy some stationery. Decided to settle our dinner at Sumo House at the 1st level. It was quite packed with diners. Well, the pictures in the menu didn’t really look much tempting so we ordered those that seems more ‘inviting’ 😉

I ordered Salmon Teriyaki Set ($4.90) and hubby ordered Katsu Don Set ($2.90). Very economical isn’t it? 🙂 In addition, we ordered Breaded Scallop and Yaki Tori as side dishes.

Here’s the dishes:

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Just like any Japanese Restaurant, the Salmon Teriyaki Set includes rice, fruits, salad, miso soup and salmon. Overall, it’s nice and charged at a very reasonable price.

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Hubby’s Katsu Don looks nice too. See the egg and meat on top of the rice. Doesn’t it look delicious? 😉

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Mayonnaise with the breaded scallop blends very well. And its really nice. 🙂

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Chicken is tender and the sauce make it a bit saltish.

So if you want to enjoy a economical Japanese meal. You can head down to Sumo House! 🙂

2 Comments on “Sumo House

cindy
May 8, 2007 at 10:56 PM

there’s a branch at amk too…jus went there some time back too…hahaha

Mama Tang
May 9, 2007 at 10:25 PM

saw the signboard near the bus stop. How’s the food there? hehe

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