Visited Fortune Centre to try Japanese Curry Express, but unfortunately they're closed on Sundays. Therefore headed back down to Tracy Juice Culture, where the "special udon" caught my eye when I first stepped into the mall.
Slightly pricey at $7.80, but the portion was really generous. Quick glance at my neighbours and seems like many families choose to order 2 portions to share amongst 3, and ladies generally find it tough to finish a single portion. Only finished about 3/4 of my bowl though I was starving.
"Soup" of the udon is similar to a cream of mushroom with blended chunks of mushroom, and the noodles are served with pieces of mock meat, chinese mushrooms, broccoli and cherry tomatoes. The mock meat and mushrooms were slightly tough but made a good contrast to the softer udon noodles. The mushroom soup was really addictive.
The day I visited, they only had udon and one other main course--mock braised meat rice. It's also $7.80. Heard that it's new on the menu, and looks like a really delicious bowl of rice, mock meat in braising sauce and a good mix of veges. On the 1st and 15th day of the lunar calendar, the place also serves Thunder Tea Rice, a Hakka traditional rice dish.
Think the fruit juices here are organic. Best seller is their apple wheatgrass, which also contains pineapples. They really blend alot of fruit and wheatgrass to make one portion, so I guess the $5 is well worth it.
While the main store area can only sit about 20 people, they also have some space at a nearby unit where diners can sit too.
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