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[CLOSED] Akashabu (Kallang Leisure Park)

15 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *

5 Stadium Walk
#01-38 Kallang Leisure Park
Singapore 397693

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From the Burpple community

As enticing as it appeared on screen (you order via an iPad at this restaurant), this rice bowl topped with Buta Kakuni and an "onsen" egg still managed to make my jaw drop when it was placed in front of me.
The big hunk of chopped up pork belly that'd been stewed in a Japanese-style dark sauce, was delectably tender, even down to the leanest parts; the fats - reduced to little more than gooey stickiness. There was just enough of the gravy from the stewed pork poured in the rice so when I broke the wobbly half-cooked egg to stir it in, the result was utterly satisfying.

Except for the Ikura (or salmon roe) which I found to lacking in that crucial firmness of exterior -- it needs to burst rather than simply give way when you bite into it -- the rest of the sushi were more than decent. Prices are based on per piece and are before taxes.
- Aburi Four Gras ($4)
- Hamachi ($2)
- Aburi Shake ($1.50)
- Ikura ($2.20)
They make the sushi slightly smaller here so you can pop the whole thing in your mouth easily.

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The thin slices of beef are stir-fried with onions and spring onions in an excellent sweet and savoury sauce. I swear there's red wine in there but no one would confirm it (the staff just repeatedly told me that it's their "special sauce"). Anyway, all that matters is it's yummy!
This forms a good value set meal too with rice, miso soup, pickles, a small side dish of mashed up cooked salmon and tobiko patty, and fruit included.

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The hotate sashimi, tobiko hand was good! But then the spicy salmon was... bleah... something good something bad

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What more can I say?

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