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First time here! Tried the Aburiya bowl and the Hokkaido soft serve. Got to say that the Hokkaido soft serve was a dream that transported me back to japan, with the Ballance of creaminess and milkiness, paired with some biscuits at the end of the cone for an extra crunch. Got to give it to the uniqueness of how the Wagyu beef was thinly cut and roasted, a great accompaniment with the glaze of the rice. Truly elevated the tastes! Very convenient to the mrt too :) loved it here.

The laksa barramundi was flavourful and we finished every drop of the dish. It came with crispy wantons, fish cake slices and laksa noodles at the bottom of the fish. The truffle carbonara was topped with poach egg. Creamy but could do more with deeper truffle flavour and a little more salt. Overall is a great deal. We also ordered a craft beer, brown ale, from a local brewery and it was pricey at $11 for half pint.

A tad difficult to cut without leaving a big mess but Daizu Cafe’s Fuji Kori Amann ($12) was a lovely dessert to share and certainly one for the matcha fans. Covered in a blanket of earthy matcha powder, the sizable scoop of cool vanilla ice cream was well-matched with the warm pastry - delivering that contrast and also helping to soften a tinge of the crisp exterior. Not overly sweet, the kouign amann was also perfectly flaky. The crushed pistachio were a nice touch, giving that crunch and nutty flavour as well.

Always in the mood for mentaiko, I just had to order Daizu Cafe’s Mentaiko Fries ($12) which came drizzled with a hearty amount of savoury sauce and crowned with furikake and bonito flakes. The toppings giving the plate an umami boost and providing extra textures. Torched for good measure, the smoky aroma adding to the whole appeal as well. Crisp and creamy, the house speciality shoestring fries are best shared amongst 2-3 pax as it does get a bit cloying and leans towards the salty side. But of course, do eat it while it is hot and there is plenty of sauce to go around for the fries hidden beneath.

In line with their cute concept, the Monster Waffle ($10.90) was shaped into the store’s adorable Roji mascot. Eggy and slightly dense, the warm waffle disc had lovely crispy edges that matched well with their soft serve ice cream. Milky and smooth, the ice cream was pretty rich and not too icy. The waffles were also served with small dabs of homemade matcha cream and chocolate syrup.

Made for the ‘gram, Roji Monster’s selection of specialty shaved ice does score on the aesthetics with the cute gooey icing sugar eyes but perhaps a little too pricey for the portion. Worthy of a try, the Uji Matcha Monster Ice Cream ($12.90) was my favourite of the two with a good dose of earthy, bittersweetness. Though it melted a tad faster than the Black Sesame Monster Ice Cream, the lingering and well-rounded tea flavour of the Uji matcha was something I enjoyed.

Packed with a pronounced black sesame flavour, the Black Sesame Monster Ice Cream ($12.90) was somewhat “sandy” in texture but the nuttiness was certainly welcomed. Robust and rich, the layered ice was not too sweet and overall features the strong earthy notes of grounded black sesame seeds - perfect for goma fans if you can get past the mouthfeel. Oh and each order of their monster ice cream comes with a choice of two complimentary toppings.

the staff forgot our order or smth but either way there was a delay for one of the dishes, but they made up for it by giving us truffle fries ($12) on the house which took us by surprise :”) we got the sriracha buffalo chicken burger and spaghetti carbonara. the chicken burger was q classic!! juicy meat and a good level of spice. the sweet potato fries had amazing texture and the salad was drenched in a very addictive sauce!! the carbonara on the other hand (the dish they forgot) was a little weird. not sure whether the texture of the egg yolk sauce was meant to be the way it was. had bits of cooked egg and the flavour was a little weird. my guess is that they rushed the dish but other than that the vibes of the place were nice :)

Honestly I felt that the sides from sprmrkt were so so much better than the mains!! Truffle fries were AMAZING! - portion was huge and the fries were crisp to perfection and they were super generous with the kombu dust and parmesan 😍 Chicken wings were GREAT as well - homemade bbq marinade was rather unique and it didn’t compromise on the crispiness of the skin!! Yums!

Ok but the mains were fairly disappointing 😭 the blackened fish and chips were supposed to be squid ink batter but couldn’t really find it any special... and we’ve got the prawn aglio spaghetti which was sooo disappointing the pasta was too al-dente that was tough to bite sobs (ok but prawns were huge and fresh which was the saving grace of the dish).

Bacio(hazelnut): string nutty taste with bits of hazelnut.

Earl grey: strong Earl Grey taste.

Tasted good, but portion not enough, was very tempted to go for 2nd round

On a nice Sunday I came here to try the Aburiya burger! It doesn’t just pride itself for its mains, but also the assortment of desserts here which has distinct tastes of Japan. The Aburiya burger was a fusion Japanese x western twist, with guacamole paired with tamago and sliced A4 Wagyu beef. The burst of flavour in each mouth was an accompaniment of juiciness and a tinge of sweetness, really lovely!