Tuesday, July 5, 2016

New Set Meal

Both of us ordered the above food to share at 10.30 am in the morning as brunch.

This Saba Miso rice and soup is part of a set meal at the price of MYR21.90 nett. It is a new item in the set meal menu.

For the drink that is included in the set lunch, we chose a pot of hot Karigane tea which is a twig green tea. In the photo above, I have removed the tea bag from the pot for a better look at it.

This is my favourite green tea food product mainly because the green tea slushy is not sweet so it complements the slightly sweet and creamy green tea ice cream. MYR16.10 nett. I eat at Nana's green tea mainly because I want to eat this green tea slushy from the ala carte menu.

The total bill came up to MYR38 because there is no service charge. The price listed in their menu is the nett price but in the bill, the price listed is the price before the application of the 6% GST.

Please click on the above set meal menu for a larger image. There are more sets on this menu now as compared to the set menu in year 2014. Set C Sweet and Sour Fish and Set D Saba Miso are both newly added to this menu.

Click for a bigger image to read the above menu.

Please click the above photo for a larger image.

Green Tea ice cream cone at MYR7.20 nett is available for take away.

20 comments:

  1. The set meal looks attractive but I think it won't fill me up. I would have to top up with a dessert. Good excuse isn't it? What are those round things in the green tea slushy? Lychee?

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    1. Hahaha, you don't need an excuse to buy another dessert although you could select a sweet drink as part of the set as the dessert. The white round things are mochi aka chewy glutinous rice balls.

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  2. I see teriyaki chicken, had that sometime ago. Yet to blog about it, coming soon.

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    1. I guess even non Japanese eateries sell teriyaki chicken meals too because teriyaki sauce is like one of the main sauces of Asian/Oriental meals in Western countries.

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  3. Set meal looks good. I could go with all of them but maybe not green tea ice cream. I dont mind green tea but not in ice cream. I don't know, somehow I don't like it. Hehe.

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    1. This green tea ice cream is of very high quality and don't taste anything like those green tea ice cream that can find easily anywhere. There is a chance that you will like this green tea ice cream because it is really different from what you have eaten before.

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  4. Your meal looks good. I wonder if the green tea ice cream has a green taste? I am more interested in the white balls, what are they?

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    1. The white balls are mochi aka chewy white glutinous balls. The green tea ice cream does not have the raw green vegetables taste like those arugula salad but it has the rich green tea taste which I find to be very nice.

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  5. u really like green tea a lot huh...the set meal looks good!

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    1. I like the green tea slushy a lot.

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  6. For ice cream, I am more into yam ice cream, green tea is not supposed to be sweet right?

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    1. If you mean the green tea leaves, they are not sweet by nature. But when people use green tea to make green tea products like cakes and ice cream, usually sugar will be added to make the green tea products sweet.

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    2. The rounding is round up, in SG restaurants, usually the rounding is round down, in this case it would be minus 0.09 or 0.04 to make it 37.90 or 37.95

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    3. Here there is round up and also round down according to the following rules:
      0.11 and 0.12 will be round down to 0.10
      0.13 and 0.14 will be round up to 0.15
      0.16 and 0.17 will be round down to 0.15
      0.18 and 0.19 will be round up to 0.20

      That is how it works.

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    4. Rather logical but of cos we as consumers will always hope to round down

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    5. Some businesses may round the total amount of the bills, the price of the goods or service plus the GST, to the nearest five cents to facilitate cash payments by their customers. Whether a bill should be rounded up or down is a business decision to be made by the businesses

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    6. Here, the rules to round up or down to the nearest 5 cents are given by the government and must be adhered to by the businesses.

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    7. Here, even payment using credit or debit cards are rounded to the nearest 5 cents.

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  7. This place again... one day I must try it!

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    1. It is there in 1u. You just need to walk in with your family. :)

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