[UPDATE] Japan Rail Cafe – January Special

[NOW – 3rd FEB] Japan Rail Cafe’s January Issue is out! This time we travel to East Japan, explore Joshinetsu region’s 3 beautiful prefectures – Niigata, Nagano and Gunma to enjoy hot springs, skiing, sightseeing and many other activities! Discover more information on each of the prefectures, how to travel and taste some new dishes that are available at the Cafe.

Do follow them on their Facebook page for more information on this month’s region and event updates!

Also, check out our previous post on Japan Rail Cafe, featuring its December Specials and 2 signature dishes: Watashino Curry Rice and Kaisen Avocado Don which are still available this month.

Menu and Pricing:

The Food:

    Cost: $22.00

One of the signatures in the cafe, this Ultimate Burger contains a 160g wagyu beef patty, lettuce and comes with some all time favourite ingredients – Avocado and Bacon with melted Cheddar Cheese (Hence the name, A.B.C.). The buns used are Asanoya’s original soft buns, toasted to a crispy inner surface. The prominent part of the burger is the beef patty which is well marinated and tastes good with the A.B.C., and well complemented by the amazingly good soft buns. For those who love cheese, there is a Ultimate Cheese Burger ($20.00) which comes with plenty of cheese on beef dressed with tomato and mustard. Burgers come with 2 sides, which you can choose from fries, potato wedges, mini salad and original soup.

Do note that all burgers are only available from 5PM onwards every day.

    Cost: 16.00

It seems like this Cafe love to add avocado to many of its dishes, including their sandwiches. Comes with the classic B.L.T. ingredients which stands for Bacon, Lettuce and Tomatoes, dressed with homemade special mustard sauce and packed in a long sandwich bread. This sandwich is a rather good choice if you seek for a much healthier meal than the A.B.C. Burger, as there is way more vegetables combined than bacon in terms of quantity. Otherwise, you can order the Crispy Chicken Sandwich ($18.00) which comes with a large chicken cutlet with 2 different sauce. Sandwiches also comes with 2 sides of your choice. The soup is lightly seasoned vegetable soup with a savoury taste. You can choose salad instead of fries for a healthier meal.

    Cost: $6.20

Seasonal yoghurt drinks here changes every month according to the monthly regional special. This time they use Shinshu Budo grapes from Nagano to form a refreshing and healthy yoghurt drink. These quality grapes are used to make wine, juices as well as many food products. It has a natural sweetness to it, which is why the drink itself is pretty tasty and sweet.



Overall Food Rating

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am to 8pm (Last order at 7.30PM)

Japan Rail Pass Counter: 11am-8pm daily

Website: http://www.japanrailcafe.com.sg/

Facebook Website: https://www.facebook.com/JAPANRAILCAFE/

Tanjong Pagar Centre, Level 1
5 Wallich Street, #01-20 Tanjong Pagar Centre,
Singapore 078883

Directions: Alight at Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (Green Line EW15) and enter Tanjong Pagar Centre B2 directly in front of the fare gate. Walk forwards to the escalators, and take up to level 1. Outside of the mall to the front left is Japan Rail Cafe.

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