Monday, May 11, 2015

Celebrating with Food

How did you spend Mother's Day? I ate two nice meals with my mother. We asked her what she would like to eat and she said deep fried oysters at Ma Maison so we went to the restaurant at One Utama for early lunch and spent nearly the whole day there.

Oyster Set (with 5 deep fried oysters) with shredded cabbage, miso soup, and brown or white rice. We chose to have brown rice. MYR33.90 (MYR35.90 after 6% GST).

Rosu Katsu Set with a promotion price of MYR21.45 (MYR22.70 after GST) - the normal price is around MYR25 before GST.

One piece Prawn - MYR10.50 (MYR11.10 after GST) with mayonnaise dip.

One piece oyster - MYR5.50 (MYR5.80 after GST)

As the four of us were small eaters and we planned to eat at other restaurants after this lunch, we do not want to go for the unlimited refills of cabbage, miso soup and rice so we ordered two sets and two singles. After we have ordered, we were reminded that because we did not order one set each, the unlimited refills were not applicable for our table.

Total bill came up to MYR86.10 after 10% service charge and 6% GST which was applied to the service charge too as per regulations.

Cross sections of the prawn and pork

Solid fat which I did not eat

Name card in the shape of a boar

32 comments:

  1. It's funny, the restaurant serves Japanese food but it has a French name "Ma maison".

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    1. now that you mentioned it, I also wonder why,

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  2. Bugis Junction has Ma maison also, last time I always go there to eat, but many years never eat there, maybe one of these days I should go there again

    Mother's Day, my mom wanted to eat Chilli Crab, so I dabao for her

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    1. Yes this is from Singapore. Your mother must be so happy that you went to tapao for her.

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  3. Nice! The food at Ma Maison looks good, and they serve pork too!

    I was wondering about the French name as well. I've never eaten here before.

    We went to a big dai chow place in Sg Buloh for our Mother's Day dinner. Had a whole fish, which was very nice. RM 195 for 6 adults and several kids, so it's considered cheap but the food was great.

    Happy Mother's Day to you Mun!

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    1. Must be many people and full house at the dai chow place. Good to hear all of you had a great time!

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  4. I don't think I've ever had a deep fried oyster. For some reason I thought Ma Maison was French?

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    1. It is nice. Very juicy underneath the crispy coating,

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  5. Wowwww!!! Food looks really good. Nice of you to take your mum out for a nice dinner. Mine's bedridden, can't walk for a long time now so we bought things for her instead...and the actual day is drive-my-girl-back-into-the-jungle day. :(

    I loved the fried oysters at those New Zealand fish franchises - the Fish Shop, was it called? Nice...and affordable. None around here now, I think...MFM has taken over everywhere.

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    1. Your mother must be very happy to get those gifts and things you got her. Was there less cars on the road when you send Melissa back on Mother's Day Sunday?

      In One Utama, there is a seafood restaurant called Fish & Co. I think their food is better than MFM.

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    2. Yes, I agree....Fish & Co is loads way better than MFM!

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  6. Cute name card. I would want a bite of that deep fries oyster! Happy Mother's Day to your mum.

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    1. Thank you. No need to take a bite, just put the whole deep friied oyster into your mouth and then only bite.

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  7. My Mother's Day ahh? Stayed home and ordered Domino's pizza, haha.. The uyster set looks good, I love fried stuffs :)

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    1. This restaurant is just right for you if you love fried stuffs.

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  8. must be crowded everywhere in the malls and restaurants over the weekend since everyone was bringing their mothers out to celebrate Mother's Day..

    yes, it can be very filing and I remember I left with a very bloated stomach, haha!! so four sharing two plates would be nice since you are going to have something else later..

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    1. Surprisingly it was not that crowded, Guess everyone is scared of the crowd and did her bd earlier.

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  9. All deep fried stuff. They specialize in deep fried stuff huh?

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  10. Oh we also ate a lot during the weekend. I brought my mom on Sat to shop and dine a simple brunch. Sunday we had a proper dinner with her and my family.

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    1. Two days celebration! Both must be good.

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  11. hahaha...nice to celebrate with food :)

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    1. .Did you celebrate with food too?

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  12. This is the one you've been asking me to try their deep fried pork cutlet....I remember!

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    1. Yes, you are right! You have good memories.

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  13. The food looks good and yummy. I have never tried fried oyster before.

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    1. If you like to eat oysters, then maybe try the deep fried ones.

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  14. Great food.. and wonderful bonding with your mom! I miss mine very much!!

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  15. Interesting to see fried oysters at Ma Maison. The restaurant menu in SG is quite different actually; don't recall seeing this in their menu. Nice family bonding, dear! xoxo

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    1. Oh I did not know that they don't serve deep fried oysters in the original place. I know here the menu does not have Iberico pork.

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  16. I have heard of Ma Maison but I did not expect it to serve Japanese food!

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