a comforting bowl of familiar flavours at just $12 (additional $3 for chicken). would really recommend adding on $3 for the chicken to make a heartier, more filling meal!

a delicious bowl of hearty, comforting pasta at $15! loved the generous portion of minced beef with that rich flavourful sauce, definitely worth a visit if you’re in that area :)

Creamy burrata ($26+), basil pesto, thin chewy crust doused with tomato sauce!! The overall composition of the pizza was well balanced, but note that the burrata and all the sauces can make the centre of the pizza a little soggy. Nevertheless, this combination made for a delicious bite and I’ll back for it soon :-“)

We also got the Beef Short Rib Fettuccine ($29+) which was a pretty damn good plate of pasta. Pasta tasted handmade with a good al dente, and the sauce was rich and beefy.

Upsized Bara Chirashi Don ($18.80) 👌

Their Upsized Bara Chirashi Don was probably the most value for money option here! Good sizeable portion of fresh fish that was nicely seasoned. Personally, I felt that the rice was drowning a little in the sweet soy-esque sauce that was poured over but other than that it was a good meal!

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Asari Garlic Flambé ($18.80)👌

The bowl of clams was delightfully flavourful with deep umami flavours, and the sauce at the bottom-oof! The garlic, chili, and spring onions mixed in the warm, rich sauce made the clams extra special and a delicious appetiser overall. However, the clams were a little sandy so there were a couple of unexpected crOnches oop.

Kurobuta Shogayaki Don ($19.80) ❌❌❌

This was the most expensive AND the most disappointing item of that night. The seasoning was reminiscent of satay (...but lean, dry, and thin...can you imagine) and the texture was almost jerky/bacon-like. Imagine a few slices of dry pork on a bowl of dry rice- yep. For $19.80 before GST and service charge, I would much rather eat a couple of sticks of satay and a ketupat. Honestly, the picture on the menu compared to the actual dish presented was VASTLY different. Stick to their raw stuff or try the beef dons, maybe they’ll fare better.

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