|Orange Stripes Dress from H&M Hong Kong|
|Pink Cap - HOT, it's a no no to wear a cap in non air-conditioned area!|
|Top from Granville Road in Hong Kong and Bottom from Forever 21 in Singapore|
|Shades from Coach, Earrings from agnès b, Hair band from Daiso in Tokyo|
Okay, enough photos of myself! Gonna talk about Ma Maison now! We went to the branch at The Central, Clarke Quay. Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-96 The Central, Tel:(65)6327-8122. The queue was pretty short although it was supposed to be peak at 7.30pm. There was only one couple in front of us and we waited for merely 10-15min before being served warmly.
|Ma Maison Signboard at the Entrance|
|Snapped a photo of us while waiting for our turn|
Despite it being a Japanese restaurant, the interior design is sort of European style and it gave us a very cozy feel. Menus were laid nicely on the table beforehand as well.
|Ma Maison Interior|
|Cute little lamp on our table to add on to the coziness!|
|Table next to us|
|Squid Ink Pasta|
Tonkatsu set was served after we finished 3/4 of the squid ink pasta. We quickly gobbled up the yummylicious pasta and got ready to taste the next dish, one of the highlighted dish of the restaurant. The pork was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Eating it together with the sauce provided as well as a little bit of wasabi was the best combination that my bf and I agreed. The quality of the food was good, but honestly, it wasn't something that everyone must try. Nevertheless, the miso soup, to us, was like the star side-dish of this set! It wasn't just a plain soup, there were more than the usual ingredients and it's not too salty as well.
|Tonkatsu - after adding the sauce|
|Miso Soup - VERY NICE!|
|Bf and I, using lights from my handphone cos it was too dim!|
|Bf said I looked like Tai Tai|
Brownie with ice cream was nice! There were nuts within the brownie so it wasn't that plain like some other dessert stalls.
|Brownie with Ice Cream|
|Key for payment|
|ma maison key close-up shot|
We walked around Clarke Quay to feel the 'happening' atmosphere and tried looking out for clubbers with nice dressings but I guessed it was too early so we didn't have chance to witness even 1.
|Clarke Quay at Night|