Liang Court

A May 15, 2012
 
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Too far but worth my trip
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4.0
Honestly speaking, Liang Court is located too far from the Clark Quay mrt station. If not for Saizeriya, the Italian restaurant and Kinokuniya, I bet I won't know there is such a mall exists. I mean the mall itself is too quiet, maybe due to the lack of crowd in and out of the mall. However having lesser crowd has its benefit too. As far as I know, there are only 3 Kinokuniya branches in Singapore. Out of the 3 branches, both the main store, which is at Takashimaya shopping centre, and the one at Bugis Junction has too many customers. I can hardly search peacefully for my books. In fact only the branch at Liang Court, manage to provide me with a satisfactory experience and high level of customer service. That is probably the only plus point I find in Liang Court.

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not a place for shopping
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4.0
Yep this is not a place for shopping unless you are shopping for groceries :)
I love medi-ya, a japanese supermarket. There you can find things you'd never find in cold storage in a thousand years! Things like red bean paste.. yeah all the jap stuff.

It's a really quiet mall with a muay thai gym and I'm sure it's catered to the japs. Kinokuniya, jap restaurants and starbucks! The starbucks here is dimly lit, comfortable and best of all, it's quiet! The mall is actually quite quiet in general.

At the basement (where medi-ya is) you can find lots of japanese food. Steep prices no doubt and I have only tried the food from one of the stores- can't remember which and it tasted yummy so you may want to give it a go.
There's also a shop selling crepe outside. Good crepes they have, I must say.

Nice place to chill out.

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A very niche mall
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3.5
I like how Liang Court (previously known as Daimaru) is such a niche shopping mall. Everything in the mall is centered around Japan and its culture. It has a wide selection of Japanese restaurants and eateries, Japanese related stores and the best one; a Japanese supermarket called Medi-ya at its basement level. There is also Kinokuniya at the third floor!

Most people like Japanese food and culture and at Liang Court, you can get a taste of both. At Medi-ya you can find lots of Japanese food and beverages that are imported from Japan and not found in local supermarkets like Fairprice and the likes. Shopping in Medi-ya makes me feel like I'm almost in Japan, considering how there are also many Japanese shopping there.

Some have the perception that everything in Liang Court is expensive but its not the case. In fact, there's a Japanese shop (called Nanairo) at the basement level which sells all its stuff at $2. Its concept is kind of like Daiso's but Nanairo has a smaller selection due to space constraints.

Liang Court is a rather quiet mall especially on weekdays and is a good place to hang out if you are the sort who hates crowds. This mall is very niche and many of the shops are food related. It's not so much of a mall to do extensive shopping.

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Exciting and a lot to offer!
(Updated: November 20, 2012)
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3.5
The minute you step inside Liang Court, immediately head down to Saizeriya at level 2. MUST TRY dishes are the escargots and the focaccia. The Lunch Set Menu is avialable from Mondays to Fridays, 11AM to 5PM. Price/Pax:S$8 – 25, which is fairly reasonable in my opinion. Wonderful service as well. It's a pleasant eating experience.

Okay, done with food. Now for the shopping experience. Obviously, Kinokuniya is the top of my list. Book lovers and manga lovers should definitely come down to the store. I wished that there's more counters around as the queue is simply too long, especially on weekends.

Urge to karaoke? Party World KTV is just right the corner, at level 3. Debris were seen, but overall, service was commendable.

Hello Kitty lovers must check out Ringo Ya. Located at level 3, the adorable store features stationery items to bags and apparels. Even bedding and furniture.


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