Rock Paper Scissors or simply called RPS, is a new foodies destination at Mega Kuningan area. Just like its name that came from a popular Japanese game, RPS also serves playful Japanese meals. The bistro’s head chef, Cla Lisca is inspired by Yoshoku dishes, a style of Western inspired cooking in Japan. She has lived in Japan for five years and graduated from Nagoya Culinary School.

RPS_1Different from other restaurants under the same management; Wilshire and Bottega, RPS is much more casual, and even relaxing. Its menu aims to serve both during mornings and the happy hours for the customers, whom many work at the offices around Mega Kuningan. The design of the interior is unique with glassed outdoor area where you can enjoy abundant of sunlight, without actually getting hot and humid.

RPS_11Specialty dishes in RPS includes Span Mashitzuke, rice with chicken spam topped with onsen tamago, Minced Beef Katsu Sandwich, and Striploin & Truffle Don.

We tried some other interesting menus as well while visiting, and instantly decided that we like RPS a lot. The foods are simple, but full of flavor, and always refreshing and pleasing to the eye.

RPS_7One of our favourites is Tuna Poke Bowl, a rice bowl topped with avocado, poke tuna, rice, half boiled egg, edamame, and soy dressing. When mixed together, all the ingredients complement each other to create a harmony in taste and texture.

RPS_5There is also Miso Honey Butter Chicken, a dish without rice. The chicken is cooked perfectly, and it’s completed by pan roasted edamame and baby corn with pomme puree. It’s one healthy choice.

For small bites, RPS offers seaweed fries with truffle aioli, and also delicious and tangy Chicken & Shitake Gyoza with shitake, oba leaves, and enoki with citrus salt.

RPS_6After meals, there are plenty of Japanese dessert and coffee to choose from. We recommend Deconstructed Shibuya Toast with plenty of berries, honey and vanilla ice cream. The portion is quite big and perfect for sharing between two or three people.

RPS_10Not only serving Japanese style of meals, customers at RPS can also enjoy a wide variety of crafted cocktails curated by Nick Lim, a mixologist from Singapore whose cocktails could be found in some famous bars in Singapore such as Attica, Jekyll & Hyde, and Nektar and New York. In addition to walk-ins and reservations, RPS is available for private events and catering. There are also live bands on Wednesday, and DJs every Friday and Saturday.

RPS_12With fantastic foods and simple table manner, here we can truly take a break and enjoy a healthy meal after a hard day at work. For being casual and chill, we thank RPS a lot.

Rock Paper Scissors
The East Tower
JL Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav E3.2 No 1
Phone: +62 21 29527101

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