[Giveaway ended] Nana’s Green Tea @ The Atrium

Posted on February 19, 2013


Plaza Singapura is undergoing a revamp and has extended its vicinity naming it, The Atrium @ Orchard. If you have dropped by the mall since late last year, you would have observed a major transformation of tenants who have settled in.
20130203-194145.jpgNana’s Green Tea happened to be one of the pioneers which include Chef Wan’s 1 market buffet restaurant and a cluster of Japanese cafes.

Occupying an large open area in the center of the 3rd Level, the highly exposed eatery is prominent to every consumer who might just conveniently stroll over from the main building. Ingenious.

The individual sectors were designed to replicate tea rooms which are considerably isolated from the outside world. These indefinite duplicates look fairly refined with stylish grid and illuminated dividers.

The idealistic construction allows a certain degree of privacy between patrons while reserving some mandatory room for service.

Nana’s has recently launched a special lunch set priced at $13.90++ which includes a glass of your favourite drink (below $8.00, over 20 choices) and a main course of your preference.

Matcha Latte with brown sugar syrup, $8.00.

The sugary condiment is a perfect ally to the fragrant bitter tea. It compliments the predominant lead well and emits a tinge of pleasant aroma.

Matcha Chocolate Latte, $8.00.

A dose of dark chocolate topping drizzled over meticulously prepared blend. It is less preferable to the previous brew, I like mine sweet.

Salmon Carpaccio, $8.80.

Hefty slices of oily fish were plated and drenched in a light sesame dressing. Notably recognised by most customers, I recommend this as a healthy appetiser to start the whole meal going.

Ebi Goma Dare Udon $14.80.

Anything with goma is worth a try. The flavourful sesame has always been an excellent condiment to flatter any dish that it is added to, including this.

The liquefied sesame-based cream was inviting, along with fresh prawns; avocado and tomatoes.

Ebi Fried Curry Udon, $14.80.

Anticipating a dense concoction with your noodles and you will be dejected, like me. The curry broth was diluted probably as it would be too heavy when paired with the udon. It ain’t too bad considering I could finish it without feeling too jelak.

Loco-Moko Don, $15.80.

A substantial beef and pork hamburger patty doused with a tomato based gravy and a sunny side up over a bowl of rice. I never knew what a Loco-Moko don looked like until I order it, let alone knew it is from Hawaii.

They could have been more willing to immerse the meat with the sauce. I still like a hamburger to be in a bun.

Matcha Shiratama Parfait, $11.80.

And there came the dessert. This was the best pick of the evening, it was everything I could ever asked for. Okay I should quit exaggerating but it was indeed awesome.

Creamy whipped over some lovely crunchy cornflakes and as I dug in deeper, milky soft serve and wait, jelly? I had to scrape goodies, a mini orb of red beans, some shiratama (rice balls) and a scoop of dense matcha ice cream, aside to check out what was inside! Talking about the sweets, there was a party in my glass.

Nana’s green tea was kind enough to invite me to conduct a contest for AiMakan’s readers and yay, 5 sets of Lunch set vouchers to be won!

Nana’s Lunch Set GIVEAWAY

5 X Lunch Sets* (worth $13.90++ each) will be given away.

All you have to do,

1) Like Facebook pages of AiMakan & Nana’s Green Tea.
2) Share this post on Facebook or Retweet on Twitter
3) Tell me which is your favourite drink/dessert at Nana’s by commenting below.

*Terms & conditions apply for vouchers.

Contest ends 19th Feb 2013, 12 noon.

*This was an invitation initiated by Nana’s green tea and PR, Alisa. Thank you so much for the dinner. I would like to thank Melissa for engaging the session for us.*