11 Kee Seng Street
#01-01 Onze @ Tanjong Pagar
Singapore 089218

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Affordable and quality donburi that’s cooked to order and prepared right in front of you. There’s both pork and beef sukiyaki don available. 🐖🥩

The beef sukiyaki don is a marriage between beef sukiyaki and gyudon. One can choose from two choices of a 120g serving of beef - US Prime Beef ($14.90++) and Kagoshima Kuroge Wagyu A4 ($29.90++). Top ups are available.

What else is in the bowl? Koshihikari rice, sukiyaki sauce, shimeji mushrooms, tofu braised in sukiyaki and shirataki.

I’m a sucker for wagyu. Although both the standard US Prime and Kagoshima wagyu versions are prepared the same way and have the same ingredients, I must say that the wagyu version wins hands down. The marbling, the tenderness, the flavour does bring the best out of this humble bowl.

How does this stack up with the numerous Keisuke concepts out there? It certainly lived up to my expectations and I’d recommend it as a place for a quick beef bowl fix without breaking your bank account.

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Ordered their normal beef version and did not regret. Juicy and tender sliced beef cooked in sukiyaki style. Topped with other ingredient such as big slice of braised toufu, mushroom and assortment of vegetables. Super awe by how Keisuke can manage to maintain so many outlets selling different food.

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Sumptuous, wholesome meal consisting of a gyu don, chawanmushi, onsen egg, miso soup and free flow pickles and radish! All for $17.50 after GST and service charge!!! Don’t underestimate the gyu don which came with beef, cabbage, mushrooms and braised tofu as well as additional sukiyaki sauce on the side for maximal enjoyment 😌

Came on a Friday evening and there was just a short queue (waited about 20min!) Do note that there are only counter seats but this made the entire dining experience very fun as we got to watch the chefs cook our gyu dons in front of us.

The menu is pretty straight forward, with the offering of Beef Sukiyaki Don ($14.90) or Kiwami Wagyu Sukiyaki Don ($29.90) or Pork Sukiyaki Don ($12.90) or Pork Tamago Don ($12.90). We ordered the Beef Sukiyaki don and the Pork sukiyaki Don.

The Beef Sukiyaki Don comes with succulent premium-cut USA beef simmered in a special sukiyaki sauce, served on top of warm fluffy koshihikari steamed rice, mushrooms, braised tofu, shirataki noodles and cabbage. Whereas the Pork sukiyaki don comes with thinly sliced pork belly (with good meat to fat ratio). Each don comes with chawanmusi, miso soup and onsen egg.

For this keisuke specialty store, the free flow side dishes are pickled raddish as well as picked cabbage. We really liked the pickled raddish as they added yuzu peels that gave a citrusy fragrant. Though we hoped that it would be more sour and tangy, rather than sweet, the pickled raddish was still relatively enjoyable. The pickled cabbage was a little too salty for my liking especially if i were to eat it alone, but it goes well with the rice.

Overall, we felt that the taste was pretty average. I guess one reason is because the food was served warm rather than piping hot. Hence, i felt that the rice lacked the fragrance. Nothing special nor mindblowing. For the price point, it was something that you wouldnt regret eating but if you considered the taste too, i feel its not something i would return for.

Taste: 2.5/5
Worth it: 3.75/5 (The portion of rice was a lot for us to finish and the portion of meat was decent and justifiable to its price. The quality of the meat can be considered good for its price. Also with so many sides and free flow pickled vege, we think it felt pretty worth.) Overall: 6.25/10

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Nestled in a hidden corner of Tanjong Pagar, the tiny restaurant was rather empty when we arrived at 11.30AM on a Monday. We both ordered the Beef Sukiyaki Don Set ($13.90), which came with a Chawanmushi, Miso Soup and free flow Pickled Veggies & Iced Water. We were given a choice of the level of doneness, and the chef quickly prepared our food on the counter top induction cooker. After being served, we quickly doused our Beef Don with the sweet Sukiyaki sauce and topped it up with an Onsen Egg, both of which were given separately. Each mouthful we took was flavourful, with occasional bites of braised Tofu and Veggies. Although the beef was not super tender, it was reasonable considering the price we were paying. Overall, I had an enjoyable, fulfilling and affordable meal - a rare find in CBD.

$29.90 for the wagyu sukiyaki don. A bowl of comfort goodness.

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