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My experience at Happy Mookata (Golden Mile Tower)

I met up with Don, Noelle and Amanda for late dinner awhile back for a mookata session! We wanted to try an "all-you-can-it buffet style" so I went back and did a little research and Happy Mookata was one of them which offered mookata and also priced at an affordable rate. (Not really that cheap, but it was average) compared to the one I tried at Clarke Quay, Tom Yum Kung Fu Mookata which was priced a little bit higher but I like the quality of the food and the service they gave.

 Being curious up till now I still have no idea why is it shape like an upside-down UFO. LOLOL! 


Happy Mookata 


Generally, they offer basic food compared to a similar steamboat restauarnt. So my expectation wasn't that high but the VARIETY was okay I guess! One person was $23.90 (No extra cost) without additional drinks. Which I felt that it was priced at an average rate which was reasonable and delicious. 



This was only half of what we ordered! Only felt a bit pai seh, cos we kept ordering! Btw, when you order, you are required to fill up the order form and submit to them. (It's somehow like an a-lar-carte buffet)! There is NO time limit, so you can enjoy the food till they close shop! 

Various Items That I recommend you to order:

Garlic Chicken 
Tofu 
Otah Cake
Garlic Pork
Black Pepper Chicken 


RANDOM SELFIE SUDDENLY POPS OUT OF NO WHERE.





Overall, it was a satisfying mookata session spent with Don, Noelle and Amanda! I would be definitely coming back! I paid around $26 cos I ordered 2 drinks! Never the less, it would be a great place for bounding with friends or if you are craving for mookata at a relatively affordable price! 

Address:
Happy Mookata
6001 Beach Road 
Golden Mile Tower
01-55D
Opening Hours: 18:00 - 06:00

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