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Momoya

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Located in Picardy Gardens on Jalan Pari Burong, Momoya serves Japanese cuisine.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62453303
$32 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (11 votes), After Work (9 votes), Buffet (9 votes)
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Great Value Sushi & Sashimi Set on 6Jul2014

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/07/07/3pax-bento-dinner-momoya-on-6-7-2014/

went to friend’s house in the east again to watch wimbledon finals between djokovic & federer on 6.7.2014.
we decided to go another place for dinner. we had been going to east coast lagoon food village the last few times. 1 friend suggested momoya at jalan pari burong.
must say they have very good & inexpensive sets here. momoya also serves ala carte buffet, S$31++pax for lunch & S$35++pax for dinner (same buffet menu).
1 friend ordered the tempura & udon set. the tempura moriawase included 3 prawns, i guessing 1 fish & 2 vegetables. i tried 1 prawn, it was ok, the batter just average not so great.
another friend & i ordered the sushi & sashimi set. there were 12 pieces of sashimi - 4 slices each of salmon, maguro (tuna) & hamachi (yellow tail). salmon was very good, comparable with sun with moon at wheelock & might be better than or about same as chikuwatei. hamachi & maguro were quite standard, probably about same as chikuwatei not as good as sun with moon wheelock. the 6 pieces of sushi were pretty good quality – salmon, maguro, kajiki, eel, amaebi & ebiko. the set included soup & chawamushi (very average not great). at S$17++ for 12 pieces of sashimi & 6 pieces of sushi of above average to good quality, it was really good value for money.
we added 2 upsized portions of sashimi. this was same as the sashimi in the set except that there were 3 slices each so total 9 pieces sashimi for just S$5.
i would say the sashimi was about comparable with chikuwatei so S$17 set for 18 pieces was a much better deal than the S$25++ chirashi don at chikuwatei, and adding the upsize 9 pieces sashimi, it was just S$22++. the sashimi were good enough that greedy me enjoyed the overdose of 27 pieces for just S$22++. the S$20++ chirashi don set at ginza kuroson offered better quality sashimi but portion wise would be 1/2 this mount.
i would do this again when visiting my friends in the east.

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• 07 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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• 07 Jul 2014 • 268 reviews • 1 follower

Great Value Sushi & Sashimi Set on 6Jul2014

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/07/07/3pax-bento-dinner-momoya-on-6-7-2014/

went to friend’s house in the east again to watch wimbledon finals between djokovic & federer on 6.7.2014.
we decided to go another place for dinner. we had been going to east coast lagoon food village the last few times. 1 friend suggested momoya at jalan pari burong.
must say they have very good & inexpensive sets here. momoya also serves ala carte buffet, S$31++pax for lunch & S$35++pax for dinner (same buffet menu).
1 friend ordered the tempura & udon set. the tempura moriawase included 3 prawns, i guessing 1 fish & 2 vegetables. i tried 1 prawn, it was ok, the batter just average not so great.
another friend & i ordered the sushi & sashimi set. there were 12 pieces of sashimi - 4 slices each of salmon, maguro (tuna) & hamachi (yellow tail). salmon was very good, comparable with sun with moon at wheelock & might be better than or about same as chikuwatei. hamachi & maguro were quite standard, probably about same as chikuwatei not as good as sun with moon wheelock. the 6 pieces of sushi were pretty good quality – salmon, maguro, kajiki, eel, amaebi & ebiko. the set included soup & chawamushi (very average not great). at S$17++ for 12 pieces of sashimi & 6 pieces of sushi of above average to good quality, it was really good value for money.
we added 2 upsized portions of sashimi. this was same as the sashimi in the set except that there were 3 slices each so total 9 pieces sashimi for just S$5.
i would say the sashimi was about comparable with chikuwatei so S$17 set for 18 pieces was a much better deal than the S$25++ chirashi don at chikuwatei, and adding the upsize 9 pieces sashimi, it was just S$22++. the sashimi were good enough that greedy me enjoyed the overdose of 27 pieces for just S$22++. the S$20++ chirashi don set at ginza kuroson offered better quality sashimi but portion wise would be 1/2 this mount.
i would do this again when visiting my friends in the east.
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• 15 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Ordered unagi simmered with onion and egg, but there was only one minoscule piece of unagi in the plate. Waitress could only say unagi was still swimming. Out of every 10 dishes ordered, 7 or 8 arrived. Nothing spectacular.
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