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Despite being located at a spot that is relatively obvious, one place that we hadn’t really seen much talk on social media is Bistro G. For those whom are unaware of the roots of Bistro G, it concept is by the same folks behind Patisserie G — these folks have been around in the local F&B scene for quite a while, with their very first Patisserie G location being situated at Millenia Walk; they now do have two other locations with one being at Thomson Plaza, and another being at OUE Downtown Gallery. Bistro G had recently went through a phase of renovation; they are still located within the same premises that was once home to the now-defunct Plentyfull — that being said, they had given up the space that was once Patisserie G within the mall (that space is now taken up by Nozomi). With the renovation, both the operations of Patisserie G and Bistro G are all under one roof — there has also been significant changes made to Bistro G’s space that sees a better usage of the space whilst achieving a brighter and more welcoming look; the layout seemingly recognisable from the days that Plentyfull had occupied the area, with a clear distinction of a more casual dining space against one that is more intimate with tables that cater to larger groups as well. With the renovation, Bistro G has also revamped its hot food menu offerings to align to how it is currently positioned — the menu is segmented into sections dedicated to Breakfast (from opening till 3pm), Pizza (from 11:30am onwards), Pasta (from 11:30am onwards), Kid’s Corner, Appetisers & Tapas (from 11:30am onwards), and Mains (from 11:30am onwards). Patisserie G’s line-up of cakes, pastries and bread are all prominently displayed in the display cases near the entrance, while beverages include an entire list of alcoholic selections as well as espresso-based specialty coffee and tea.

Having been folks whom have visited Patisserie G and Bistro G in the past, we must say that we weren’t expecting too much out of our visit to Bistro G this time. In fact, we weren’t really thinking much about visiting the revamped Bistro G — that was until we found out that they were serving up dishes like the Chicken Katsu with Onigiri on their menu here; a rather significant switch-up from their French-orientated menu in the past. The menu at Bistro G describes the Chicken Katsu with Onigiri to come with elements such as deep fried chicken cutlet, Japanese pearl rice and sweet onion dressing — the way that it was plated does suggest that the deep fried chicken cutlet is being placed atop the Japanese pearl rice, while the sweet onion dressing came above the shredded cabbage salad. We did think that there is some element of thought by the folks at Bistro G to serve the Goma dressing for the salad on the side; just in case patrons prefer it to be separate anyway. If anything, it did feel like the Chicken Katsu with Onigiri was a little over-glorified considering how things have been executed — whilst being shaped like an Onigiri, the texture of the rice felt more typical to usual Japanese pearl rice that one can find in a Donburi; wasn’t as tightly packed and sticky that we had expected out of an Onigiri. That being said, we did notice that the rice did come with a slight sweetness typical of sushi rice, though some parts does hint of a umami note seemingly from Furikake. The portion of deep fried chicken cutlet does seem to be pretty generous here; a rather sizeable slab with each slice is the chicken cutlet being pretty thick — deep-fried to golden brown perfection. We liked how the batter was free from grease; does not reek of any undesirable hint of overused oil; the chicken also being juicy and moist — the batter does hint of a slight note of garlicky flavours.

The shredded cabbage does provide the refreshing crunch that is needed amidst the fried items and the carbs; the bits of sweet caramalised onions acted much like a relish to the entire deal, adding a hint of sweetness to the salad — adding the Goma dressing adds a roasty note and a creamy texture that helps bring the cabbage and the tomatoes together. During our visit, we had also spotted the Formosa; this would be an entremet that features elements such as Tie Guan Yin mousse with yuzu curd, Tie Guan Yin ganache, Tie Guan Yin sponge, Tie Guan Yin sable and Tie Guan Yin glaze. Despite the consistent use of Tie Guan Yin tea in all of the elements for the cake, the aroma of tea in the Formosa can be considered to be quite light overall; the Yuzu does bring a light citrus-y note to brighten things up a little from the bitter undertones of the tea — that being said, we did wish that the aroma of the tea could be stronger especially considering how the Tie Guan Yin sable could easily overpower most of the tea aroma that the other elements carried. During our visit, we had also went for the Gibraltar; this turn out to be really well-executed considering how smooth and creamy the cuppa was; the cuppa being one with a medium body and also one with a nutty flavour profile and a fruity finish — quite the perk-me-up cuppa that we would enjoy at the start of the day. One thing to note during our visit to Bistro G despite some of the misses we have had with the food would be its level of service — the quality of the service rendered by the service staff was most certainly impeccable; they were not only helpful and approachable, but also attentive to their surroundings, with the timing of which they come by serve water, clear tables etc. were really on point. Bistro G definitely would need some time tweaking their recipes to refine what they have to offer, but it does seem that this revamp might be what Bistro G needed — a more approachable and casual set-up without the pretentiousness that Patisserie G has been all these while.

($2.50) I finally tried their waffles after seeing online reviews. The waffles filled with the coconut bits. It made the waffles a bit more unique tbh. The fillings really given a lot by the staff, the taste got mild nutty and bitter and also the hazelnut chocolate melted off :")

Disappointing. Burpple app cannot be used at this outlet. For goodness sake, if you're delisted from the app kindly update. I walked all the way here with my friend who sprained her ankle only to be told cannot use the voucher.. seriously..the f***..

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Stew pork belly slices with housemade kimchi; meat is tender & infused with the kimchi taste; broth is savory with different dimensions of taste (sweet, sour, mild spicy); surprisingly addictive, appetizing & helps to balance out the meatiness feel; best for sharing..

Hearty & rich beef bone broth, which tastes similar to the ones in Korea; with moderately strong beef taste which one may need time to accustom to their tastebud; with slices of thick & tender beef shank in the soup; came with similar sides..

Comforting bowl of pork bone broth tastes surprisingly light on tastebud yet robust with flavors & no gamey taste; came with generous portion of pork belly slices which are tad fat but tender; love the housemade radish kimchi which are crunchy, infused with chilli & garlic flavors; came with a small portion of soft rice noodles & a bowl of fluffy rice; with onion soy sauce & fermented chill sauce at the side which complement well with the meat..

So Gomtang 3/5
Makgeolli 1/5

Comes with lobster and South African mini abalone.

The udon was perfectly cooked, with a satisfying chewiness that soaked up the flavourful broth. The broth itself was rich and aromatic, and brought out the sweetness of the lobster beautifully. However, I found the South African mini abalones to have an unusual fishy aftertaste that didn't quite match with the overall excellence of the dish.

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The matcha ice cream served at the end of the meal was delightful, especially when served in an icy cold frosty bowl.

Saboten Twin Special Set ($52) offers great value for two people who want to try a variety! The platter consists of a piece of Pork Loin (M)(100g) Katsu, 2 pieces of Fried Shrimp, 2 pieces of Crab Cream Croquette, 1 piece of Cheese Tenderloin, Chilled Cabbge, Lemon Wedge, Tartar sauce and 2 Radish Ponzu Dipping sauces. The set also includes a pair of katsu sets, each consisting of 100% Uonuma Koshihikari Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Chilled Cabbage, Sesame, Pickles, and Ice Cream. Plus, there are free refills for rice, miso soup, and cabbage.

Pork loin was overall juicy, tender, not too oily, had a thick layer of white fats, and had a nice crispy breaded crumb exterior. However, the most inner core may be a tad dry and aged. But when eaten with the savoury umami homemade tonkatsu sauce, it's pure ecstasy. If tonkatsu sauce is not your favourite, there is still tartar sauce and radish ponzu dipping. Crab cream croquette was creamy and piping hot, exploding with flavour when you bite into it. Fried shrimp were long and tastisfyingly crunchy, with clean-tasting oil that enhances the flavour. Cheese tenderloin stood out the most, oozing with a great cheesy pull. Its soft, chewy yet creamy texture is simply awesome.

Saboten Twin Special Set ($52) offers great value for two people who want to try a variety! The platter consists of a piece of Pork Loin (M)(100g) Katsu, 2 pieces of Fried Shrimp, 2 pieces of Crab Cream Croquette, 1 piece of Cheese Tenderloin, Chilled Cabbge, Lemon Wedge, Tartar sauce and 2 Radish Ponzu Dipping sauces. The set also includes a pair of katsu sets, each consisting of 100% Uonuma Koshihikari Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Chilled Cabbage, Sesame, Pickles, and Ice Cream. Plus, there are free refills for rice, miso soup, and cabbage.

Pork loin was overall juicy, tender, not too oily, had a thick layer of white fats, and had a nice crispy breaded crumb exterior. However, the most inner core may be a tad dry and aged. But when eaten with the savoury umami homemade tonkatsu sauce, it's pure ecstasy. If tonkatsu sauce is not your favourite, there is still tartar sauce and radish ponzu dipping. Crab cream croquette was creamy and piping hot, exploding with flavour when you bite into it. Fried shrimp were long and tastisfyingly crunchy, with clean-tasting oil that enhances the flavour. Cheese tenderloin stood out the most, oozing with a great cheesy pull. Its soft, chewy yet creamy texture is simply awesome.

Shredded cabbage was fresh and evenly shredded, perfect to pair with goma dressing. Chawanmushi was smooth, wobbly, and packed with umami flavour. Miso soup was hearty and savoury. The matcha ice cream served at the end of the meal was delightful, especially when served in an icy cold frosty bowl.

Iced Green Tea ($2.20) is refillable. If you're dining alone, consider getting their Loin Katsu Set (Medium) for $23, which includes a piece of pork loin katsu along with the katsu set for a fulfilling meal.
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🚩Saboten (Millenia Walk), 9 Raffles Boulevard, 02-14 Millenia Walk, Singapore, 9 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039596
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[Korean Cuisine]

Dak Gomtang (Chicken) (S$15.90++)
Slightly milky rich and flavorful broth topped with shredded chicken meat and chopped scallions

Dwe Ji Gomtang (Pork) (S$16.90++)
Rich savoury broth shimmer with pork belly and collar meat to perfection with a slight spiciness.

Served with radish kimchi, noodle, rice, and condiments

Barley Tea (S$1.50++/ pax)

Not sure why but both broth tasted similar.

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