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Ma Maison Restaurant (Bugis Junction)

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AsianFusionJapaneseWestern
Ma Maison Restaurant is located at Bugis Junction and serves Japanese Food.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:30

Sat - Sun: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 63384819
$27 based on 119 submissions
Dinner (41 votes), Lunch (36 votes), Quiet (28 votes)
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Perfect for dates

Pictures/ Review at http://dinnerndesserts.blogspot.sg/2015/04/ma-maison-1-altitude-pints-and-curries.html

I have always loved the dimly lit ambience and its beautifully furnished interiors. Do not give up the wait for the table seat! A classy dinner at Ma Maison, renowned for its hamburgs, and possibly pork cutlets. This outlet is better than its branch at Bugis+. The hamburg steak was of the right texture and the sauce was spectacular. This dish was actually similar to the Hamburg with Foie Gras, where the steak was glazed with a chunk of foie gras on the top. Apparently the appetizer - Potato Gratin, came last when we were mostly finished with out meals by then....

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• 19 Apr 2015 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Perfect for dates

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Pictures/ Review at http://dinnerndesserts.blogspot.sg/2015/04/ma-maison-1-altitude-pints-and-curries.html

I have always loved the dimly lit ambience and its beautifully furnished interiors. Do not give up the wait for the table seat! A classy dinner at Ma Maison, renowned for its hamburgs, and possibly pork cutlets. This outlet is better than its branch at Bugis+. The hamburg steak was of the right texture and the sauce was spectacular. This dish was actually similar to the Hamburg with Foie Gras, where the steak was glazed with a chunk of foie gras on the top. Apparently the appetizer - Potato Gratin, came last when we were mostly finished with out meals by then....
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Average Food, terrible service

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During lunch at Bugis, getting a good place is a challenge although there are tonnes of food choices here because its packed everywhere. I wouldn't normally come here as they are quite expensive and honestly not that fantastic food served.

But last monday was a visit I won't be forgetting for some time. The food as I said, is average. The service is terrible. I can tell you that my 3 colleagues and I spent more time trying to get the attention of the staff to place order and even to get the bill than we did actually eating and talking.

The chefs precooking the pastas also tend to glare at you if you keep watching them cook. What's the point of the see through glass in that case?
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• 06 Feb 2015 • 443 reviews • 7 followers

Lovely pasta and desserts all these years

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A quaint little Japanese-Western fusion restaurant located at Bugis Junction, and has been around for years (thankfully), well known for its delicious pasta and other dishes, Ma Maison was the choice for us that day as we headed for lunch.

The Buddy selected the famous Hamburger Steak Set (SGD$16.50) - juicy, thick patty with sunny side up egg, side vegetables and mashed potato, served with rice or burger. The burger was tender, grilled to perfect with hints of smokiness to its flavor, yet still retaining the lusciousness of beef's natural flavor. Pity the Buddy asked for the egg to be cooked fully, because the steak is best eaten with the egg yolk poked and infusing the steak, adding to the taste.

I had the Prawns and Scallops Gratin (SGD$13.80) - baked to a lovely golden color and slathered thickly with cheese. The huge fresh prawns and chewy scallops were delicious and lent credence to the cheesy pasta. The gratin melted in one's mouth literally, scoring points immediately.

For dessert, there was a slice of Grape Tart - huge, juicy grapes that were sweet, not sour. They did not taste processed, and are laid out beautifully in red and green tones, atop a crunchy biscuit base. I loved how the grapes popped literally in our mouths before we settled the sweetness with the more solid crusty base.

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