Arkensen had a birthday lunch at Ninkazu and he is supposed to meet up with his friends at the Aberdeen Mall. So, Nanzaro and I decided to have lunch at Aberdeen food court after we dropped Arkensen off.
I decided to try out Saboten Japanese Cutlet, a relatively new addition to the food court. Since it’s opening, I had seen long line up the couple of occasions I was at the food court. I hate line up and so, I did not bother to try the food the couple of times I was at there.
This time, there is no line at all.
I ordered the Tenderloin Katsu Sandwich which came pre-packed. The moment I placed the order, the sandwich was packed in a plastic bag and handed to me even before I managed to get my purse out.
The Tenderloin Katsu Sandwich came in three pieces of about 3.5″x1.5″x1.5″ dimension. The pork tenderloin is crispy on the outside with a slightly tangy sauce. It was good except that it is very small.
The Tenderloin Katsu Sandwich is $5.32 with tax.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
As for Nanzaro, I could not persuade him to order something from Saboten. He wanted to pick his own food.
Nanzaro ordered his food from Mambo Cafe. He ordered a Fried Noodle with Beef for $6.50. He said it was good with the taste of good wok breath (“wok hey”) even though not much charring.
Nanzaro’s noodle came a free drink. He had ice milk tea and I asked him to get me an extra order of hot milk tea.
Nanzaro also ordered some chicken wings to share with me. Three fried chicken wings for $4.48 from Wo Fung. They were piping hot, crispy on the outside and we could taste the flavour ginger in it.
Anyone know why it’s called Wo Fung Dessert when there is hardly any dessert item on their menu? Anyway, it looks like there is a change of ownership of Wo Fung or at least the person managing the counter is different.