Milan Shokudo Junction 8

    "Whoa, what's this?"

    "Looks like Saizeriya, right?"

    "Yeah, the color is the same, isn't it?"

    Milan Shokudo Junction 8

    Milan Shokudo, a Saizeriya lookalike with a twist—Halal food.
    ^ note that only Junction 8's branch is Halal Certified

    We decided to give it a go, opting for a healthier option than our usual MOS. We were gestured to take a seat, and as I perused the menu, though bizarrely similar, there was an air of difference about Milan Shokudo.

    Milan Shokudo Junction 8 Smoked Duck Carbonara

    I chose the Smoked Duck Carbonara, which cost me $10.90. The menu offered a variety of similar items, and flipping through the pages, one might think it's straight out of the cookie-cutter. The decor and interiors were also similar, giving off the same vibes with the same color theme. The whole Italian setup felt unnecessary, but it served as a great color theme for us to associate with Saizeriya.

    The food arrived hot, and the service was decent for pasta. The cream felt thick enough, and the noodles were apparently made in-house. The handmade pasta did pack a different punch, reminiscent of English-style mee pok—somewhat chewy but not too much.

    It was a decent experience, and I look forward to trying more dishes at Milan Shokudo when the opportunity arises.

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    Name: Milan Shokudo Junction 8
    Address: 9 Bishan Place , Junction 8, #02-34/35 35A, 579837
    Opening Hours: 11:30 am–10 pm
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