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Ma Maison Restaurant (Central)

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Ma Maison is located at Central and serves Japanese and Western Fusion Food.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 63278122
$24 based on 94 submissions
Dinner (47 votes), Romance/First Dates (37 votes), Lunch (33 votes)
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Christmas Eve Dinner

Decided to go there to celebrate Christmas with my family after seeing that it sells a mix of different styles of cuisines. Good variety, as there is a suitable dish for every single one. Overall food is ok and ambience is not too bad.

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• 28 Dec 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Christmas Eve Dinner

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Decided to go there to celebrate Christmas with my family after seeing that it sells a mix of different styles of cuisines. Good variety, as there is a suitable dish for every single one. Overall food is ok and ambience is not too bad.
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• 09 Dec 2014 • 272 reviews • 1 follower

Pleasant Lunch on 9Dec2014

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  See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/12/09/pleasant-lunch-ma-maison-on-9dec2014/

friend bought a simple, pleasant lunch at ma maison @ central today on 9.12.2014.
he was taking good care & review of my tooth implant. after that we went for lunch at central below his clinic. he ordered a tonkatsu set & i ordered a beef don set. place was really rustic & pleasant. 
the set came with simple garden salad. olives were nice. my friends laughed when he asked me to try the soup (came with his tonkatsu set. my beef don came with miso soup) and i said tasted exactly as i expected. 
what to expect of soup of the day for a S$12.90 set include coffee? i tried a piece of his tonakatsu. it was good. the pasta was ok also. my beef don was ok too. beef was flavourful & sauce was nice taken with a bit of rice. :-) it was a very passable lunch. there was also coffee with the set. ambience was great & food better than average. i would pick this over waraku (restaurant next to it).
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• 03 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Rude manager and lower than average food

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Disappointed with the food and the service by one male manager (I guess he is as he was ordering the waiters around). He was quite impatient when my friend made an query for the beverage available for set lunch. After we finished our meal and was chatting, he simply put the bill on our table and went away without a word! We have not heard a single word of thanks from him or anyone. The hamburger steak I ordered was just edible. Pepper lunch steak is triple time better. My two friends must use their strength to chew the spaghetti and gave up in the end as it was too hard. The coffee tasted sour even after I tried y to put more sugar and milk to blend the taste. Simply yucky! Very sad as this used to be our favorite restaurant due to its cosy ambience. Will try the one at bugis again to see if standard of food and service have really dropped.
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