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Visited Saizeriya today for a late lunch and the place was relatively empty. Ordered a grilled pork and a beef stew. The beef stew was inconsistent, some pieces were hard whike others were tender. The grilled pork was better, but according to lunch partner, seemed quite tasteless. We ended up dipping the pork slices in the beef stew gravy.
Ordered the set so it came with rice, salad, and free flow drinks. It was quite filling. Affordable, I'll say.
Don't think this will be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of food at Liang Court, but definitely to consider if looking for cheap and not-too-bad options.
For more, visit http://gingybite.blogspot.sg/2014/03/saizeriya.html Don't expect too much from this restaurant, and you will be pleasantly surprised! For the price paid (almost food court price), you get a much better food quality here, comfortable seatings, vast variety of food, and you get to choose if you want to access to the free flow drink bar (with choices of hot and cold drinks) at $2.8.
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