68 Orchard Road
#04-65 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

I think this restaurant is famous for their tempura but the funny thing is I didn't order any tempura 😂 However I must say the udon and fried chicken was really good. And this set comes with a mini chawanmushi. UDON know about me but I love it when my food are piping hot when being served. And they did it right! They fried the chicken to perfection and the udon has so much flavour on its own. Although the last mouth of the udon soup is kinda salty but overall it's good. Anyway they have free flow of beansprout like those Japanese ramen restaurant however they have this unique taste to it which I can't really tell what's it..... And I must say it's pretty bad 😅

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Very interesting to find out that the curry is watery rather than thick gravy. The udon is average but I like their free flow appetizers - preserved bean sprouts and radish 👍

I think I’ve tried every cake I wanted from PS Cafe haha, none are disappointing. Carrot cake was soft and moist, loved the cream cheese too. But it doesn’t stand out much from any other good slice of carrot cake. Cedele’s is good enough. I would recommend this choc cake for ppl who like mousse cakes/choc w nuts. It’s less heavy than the blackout cake, though my all-time favourite is still the latter 🙈

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They have many different combinations for tendon so there’s something for everyone. Ordered the soft shell crab tendon that came with prawn, pumpkin, longbean, egg etc. ps break the egg so the rice sooaaaks up all the liquid yolk😩

The set also comes with miso soup and chawamushi and free flow pickles the pickles are super appetizing and rly helps to cut through all the fried stuff. Would highly recommend the soft shell crab and if you’re lucky you get to enjoy crab roe too heh like I did.

only gripe is that it gets abit oily after awhile but maybe it’s coz it was really crowded???

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Second best tendon eaten in Singapore so far. Liked their variety in vegetables which included carrot, pumpkin, nastu, shiitake, long beans, seaweed and small maize/ corn. Seafood wise are fish and 2 prawns. Plus lighted deep fried egg bursting with flowing egg yolk. Amount of rice is around half a rice bowl which may seemed small but overall the meal is very filling. Best side dish is the chawanmushi which has plenty of umami taste due to the excellent stock used.

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Having had tendon from a few places (Kohaku, Ginza Itsuki), this falls somewhat in the middle of the pack. While it doesn't have the flair of Ginza nor Kohaku with the big open kitchens, it does make a decent bowl.

I had the signature bowl ($15++ I think). Came with a chawanmushi which was frankly forgettable. Items included prawn, fish, baby corn, long bean, an egg, eggplant and mushroom. Came with a nice coating of sauce and all items were pretty nice, though a little greasy. Batter (as with most tendon places) seemed a bit too thick, and ends up getting hard as they cool down - I'm beginning to suspect that it's just a tendon thing?

One thing I observed from the kitchen was that the chefs had actually prepared quite a fair bit of the tempura items and left them out while assembling the bowls - quite unlike the other tendon placed where they fry it a la minute for your bowl. Just an observation since it didn't seem to compromise much on the quality of the food.

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