We started off with the sakana platter aka tempura fish rice (SGD6.50) and it turned out to be pretty tasty. The pork meat with bihun and rice (SGD8.00) on the other hand was a tad overpriced but nonetheless still decent, though the soup was much better than the other counterparts it came with. Next, we sampled the beef pie and tuna-egg sandwich (SGD7.50) which were both standard pastries to fill your tummy with ; it was nothing to rave about. The bubur chacha (SGD3.50) was laden with potatoes and yam, a very generous portion in fact, but the soup was too watery and their take on a local dessert turned out quite horrible frankly. This, can be given a miss. Still feeling hungry, we decided on the Loh Mee from a malaysian stall (SGD6.00). This was a big letdown as it was really nowhere near malaysian standards and to make things worse, the starchy soup can only be described as bland. If you happen to drop by this food court while shopping at the mall, do try the Japanese counter ... they don't serve marvelous food, but it's the best out of the lot in terms of taste and portion. I quite like the soup from the stall which sold us the bihun set though :)
Every dish here is twice as expensive as what you'll be able to get outside, but then again it's only because Rasapura is located at the ground floor or an upper end shopper's paradise like Marina mall.