Thursday, April 12, 2012

Late Dinner At Rasapura Masters @ The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands Singapore ♪♪♪

It was quite unfortunate that we arrived late at The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands because of the rains and some shopping we can't ignore.   No matter what, we did what we could and made the most of our stroll at least for the remaining hours before closing time.

The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands Singapore Glittered At Night

Sephora @ The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Urban Decay Counter Right In Front: Naked Palette Was MIA (Missing In Action)

Benefit Cosmetics Shone On The Other Side


Kraze Burgers: Popular Korean Joint Near Rasapura Masters

See the green cordon? I felt so hopeless after I learned that they were already closed for the day. Well, I somehow begged them to let me come in for a simple burger to-go but sadly that didn't help much. Oh, I was soooo disappointed!

Rasapura Masters: Upscale Food Court Inside The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Rasapura Masters brimmed with local Singaporean dishes plus a host of international cuisines from the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, China and India. Although their prices were a bit high, they seemed quite reasonable enough when compared to the other restos found inside the mall.

Indian Express at Rasapura Masters: Just one of many stalls stationed inside.

Naan in the making...

Since eating a giant Naan was on my to-do list, I was ecstatic to see it being offered at the Indian Express stall.

Almost finished...

Ready to Serve: Butter Naan with Curry Dip SGD 3.50 or PHP 118

The delicate taste of the Naan brought forth the innate flavor of the curry dip to a whole new level. I can't help but be captivated by the unusual pair to the point that I finished the dish all by myself. What can I say? The taste and texture simply resonated with me!

Mee Goreng

On the other hand, the Mee Goreng's noodles were soggy which contributed much to our disappointment. 

Satay

As expected, the Satay showcased a plethora of flavors that made us crave for more! Its rich, earthy, ultra-unique taste was truly a testament to its Indonesian heritage. No wonder it remains to be a favorite in Southeast Asia, most especially in Singapore and Malaysia, where Satay has already been given a new twist.

Steamed Dim Sum

Something tasty and light brought Ren, Rolandito and Ma to order this assortment of Dim Sum. 

Fried Dim Sum

As for me, I was craving for more grease that night, that was why I opted for the fried ones which reminded me so much of our local delicacy, the empanada




Narnia Exhibition last December 2011

As we were about to go home, we passed by this exhibition that occupied the skating rink beside Rasapura Masters. But since it was our last night in Singapore, we weren't able to see it. Too bad.

Bala and Tutapel Walking Hand in Hand 

Gorgeous Pastries from One of the Mall Stores

Rasapura Masters
(Open 24 Hours)
B2-50 (Beside Skating Rink)
Canal Level
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
Website


MY RATING:
Rasapura Masters
♪♪ Good. It's defintely worth a try.


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