Ma Maison calls itself a 洋食屋, which means Western Food Restaurant, and serves japanese-style western food. This branch has survived in Singapore’s cut-throat restaurant industry, and has been there for more than 10 years. This particular restaurant has affordable lunch set meals too with drinks/desserts (not pictured).
Top: Hamburg Steak with Egg (ordered by hungryleow)
You can choose to have it with bread or rice. It was soft and fluffy, but hungryleow said that usually means that it has less meat. Bahaha. The demiglace sauce was awesome, however.
Middle: Roast Beef Don (ordered by me)
This was the day soon after I found out my Nikumi’s Roast Beef Don pic got stolen, and so I was feeling pissy about it in a dozo-take-this-pic-instead kind of way. This is a more japanese-styled one, and the scallions and cabbage made it feel refreshing. The meat was really tender too. Remember, a don is completed in one bowl!
Bottom: Tonkatsu Set (ordered by the Bottomless Pit)
The Ma Maison group has another tonkatsu-centric chain (Tonkatsu by Ma Maison), but unfortunately this one’s taste was no where near it. (Well, the price was no where near it too, so I guess that’s fair). The bottom of the katsu was a little soggy, and the meat was not as juicy as the ones in their other stall. So I think I’ll rather splurge $10-$20 more at their other place for a tonkatsu to die for.