Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Liang Court Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails: Marutama Ramen and Saizeriya

Liang Court is currently having an event called Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails which will be held till 7 August 2013. Diners can purchase the Food Trail Coupon for $30 at the Customer Service Counter and get to enjoy 3 different set meals from 3 different restaurants in Liang Court and also a free beer. 
Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails Coupon & Food Trail Guide
The first restaurant  has been pre-selected, diners can choose their second and third stops from  any of the remaining 11 participating F&B shops. I received a copy of the Food Trail Guide and two complimentary Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails Coupons. As shown above, the coupon shows that my first restaurant (pre-selected) is Tamoya. 
Marutama Ramen
Looking through all the set meals in the Guide, I decide to try Marutama Ramen first (there is no need to utilise the coupon in sequence). 
Marutama Ramen
The Liang Court's Wednesdays' Food Trail Coupon allowed me to try the Zenbu-nose (U.P. $18). It was essentially the signature Marutama Ramen with all toppings! The toppings are the Kakuni (Stewed Pork Belly), Sliced Roasted Pork, Aosa (Seaweed), Negi (Spring Onions) and Half-Boiled Seasoned Egg. 

Those who frequent Marutama Ramen would know that the signature Marutama Ramen (without toppings) would have cost $12 and an addition $6 is required if all toppings were added. 
Zenbu-nose
 The Zenbu-nose; with all toppings added!
Roasted Pork (Char Siew)
Three big pieces of Sliced Roasted Pork (Char Siew) were given. The roasted pork had quite a good balance of lean meat and fat ratio. So much so that it was tender.
Kakuni (Stewed Pork Belly)
The Kakuni (Stewed Pork Belly) as it should be had a higher proportion of fats to lean meat compared to the Char Siew.
Half-boiled Seasoned Egg
The Half-boiled Seasoned Egg would have been perfect if its yolk was runny as they had got the marination right. It was a pity that it was slightly overcooked and the yolk was not runny.
Zenbu-nose
This bowl of Zenbu-nose ramen came with lots of ingredients like how it should be. If you were to take the cost of the Food Trail Coupon (i.e. $30) and divide by 3 restaurants, it means that essentially, you are paying for $10 per restaurant (do not forget, there's a free beer too).

Chew on this: Having this bowl of Zenbu-nose ramen would have covered more than 50% of your purchase of the coupon. 
The Italian Restaurant Saizeriya is one of the 12 participating restaurants.
Diners with Liang Court's Wednesdays' Food Trail Coupon can get to try the US Sirlion Steak (U.P. $11.90) with Salad and Free-flow Drink Bar (U.P. $3.90).
US Sirloin Steak
The amount of food served with this coupon was astonishing. So generous! There was even a plate of rice!
Salad
 The salad which was served almost immediately after I had ordered the food.
US Sirloin Steak
The US Sirloin Steak was average. It was the most expensive on Saizeriya's menu. I felt that the steak was a tad too dry and hard. The portion of the serving was big considering the price.

So far I have tried the set meals at two participating outlets. I am impressed by the portions. I would have expected that the servings would likely be 'downsized'. But well, I was wrong. I am glad that the serving was the same as what a normal customer (without coupon) would have been served. Kudos to Liang Court and participating restaurants! The little things that matters.

I must say, this Wednesdays' Food Trail Coupon is value for money. If you had not bought it and are interested in buying this coupon, its not too late. You can still utilise the vouchers on 31st July and 7 August 2013! I am definitely going back to try the other restaurants on 7 Aug!

Thank you Kase  from AsiaMalls Management for the two coupons. 

Liang Court Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails: Marutama Ramen and Saizeriya
Liang Court, 177 River Valley Road
Singapore 179030
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10 comments:

  1. Its delicious and my pick are the pork dishes. Oh yum, I just love it so much. Seems like worth for the price.

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    1. yes, its certainly worth the price!

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  2. How to eat so much in a one day? Too bad they don't have a cinema nearby, if not I can watch a movie and continue eating later. I thought u need to do the beer post too?

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    1. Hi Derrick,

      I finish all, except for the rice. =P

      Nope, there was no obligations, not even for the blogpost. I blogged on this as I thought that this is such a value for money coupon/deal. In addition, they did not cut down / downsize on the food portions!

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  3. whoa 2 whole meals in 1 sitting, with such huge portions...i'm amazed u finished it all!

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  4. All except the rice. I did not intend to finish the whole bowl of ramen. But somehow, I kept digging into it hee

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  5. why did you only try 2 restaurants when you can actually try 3? isn't that a waste of the coupon offer?

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    1. Because I am going back on 7 Aug (lunch + dinner) to use it.

      Two meals back to back was already an accomplishment. I rather go back another time to enjoy. It would not be enjoyable if I eat it when I am full.

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  6. because I thought you have to utilise the $30 coupon in a single day? so the coupon can be used for both lunch and dinner on different days?

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    1. oh, no you dont have to utilise in a single day. There were four wednesdays which you could utilise the coupons.

      The set meals details are all stated in the guidebooks. Most of them are for lunch and dinner. From memory, only one was from 3pm to 10pm.

      Hope this helps

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