50 Circular Road
Singapore 049405

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11:00am - 10:00pm

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Burpple 1 for 1 - A very strong chaoda bi for this porridge. But it was generously filled with ingredients like salmon, prawns, clams, unagi bits, smoked duck, roe and crab meat. Super worth for the 1 for 1 meal. Would definitely come back and try the other dishes again!

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rly rly enjoyed the crab fried rice, came with scallops and prawn. 250g portion a lil too big esp when i used 1-1 main+appetiser. tried the laksa chilli crab mantou and mentaiko prata maki! mantou was rly v good, the sauce with the crab fried rice was a godsend pairing. mentaiko prata maki was okay, more mentaiko sauce would be better and also the texture of the vegetables in the maki wasnt that appealing. overall will come back!


the yuzu broth was surprisingly goooood. the waiters were also very friendly and gave us suggestions for food as we have certain... dietary restrictions (boo lactose issues). overall, was a gr8 fusion meal!

This CFR is soooo tasty, fried with a kickass spicy hay bee hiam (dried shrimp paste). There are several scallops inside that you can't see, plus the generous serving of crabmeat as pictured. I only wish that the rice was a bit less soggy, and that they have a 150g version (currently they only offer 100g and 250g). Totally suits my more intense taste buds.
đŸ’¡: FYI they don't have lunch sets anymore.

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A cross between cold soba and ramen (I believe?), this appetizer ($15) delivers a myriad of flavours in an unassuming clear truffle infused broth that the noodles were soaked in. Personally, I'm not a fan of sashimi but I slurped this up at double speed! There was also a generous serving of salmon, crabmeat, ikura and tobiko! Definitely my highlight for the night! Must try!

I have always loved the sea bass steamed with lots of ginger and chilli paid and was keen to try it with sambal paste instead. I wishes the sambal paste could much more spicy as it was a tad too sweet and it did not bring about the addictive kick that is synonymous with sambal. The seabass was well cooked as it was fresh and succulent.

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