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Recommended lists of Japanese food and restaurants in Singapore
15 Best Izakayas in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Dinner with Drinks, Japanese 15 Best Izakayas in Singapore As izakayas continue to spring up all over Singapore, we’ve realized that this might just be one of the most fun forms of dining — if you’ve yet to try, you really should. These casual, lively Japanese watering holes are meant for groups of friends to wind down over bite-sized goodies and beers after work. You can keep going for hours, ordering small bites and more drinks as your worries slip away. We've sussed out the best izakayas — from crispy chicken tails in Orchard to rosti mentai in the CBD and buta kakuni in Tanjong Pagar — start saving these places to your Wishlist!
13 Best Places for Chirashi in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Japanese 13 Best Places for Chirashi in Singapore If you're fishing for a good chirashi, here's our haul of the oiishiest in town! It doesn't matter if you like yours topped with flame-torched seafood, thick sashimi cuts or plump marinated cubes of fish, we've got you covered ranging from value-for-money bowls to splurge-worthy extravaganza!
Best Sushi in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Sushi, Japanese Best Sushi in Singapore Sushi is an art that takes years to perfect. The best sushi is definitely worth paying for, but if you don't have the funds to travel to Japan and get the best sushi, fret not. Featured are places that give you a bang for your buck, depending on how much you are willing to spend ;)
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First of all, I have to give it to Katsudon Hanakatsu for offering such a value-for-money katsudon, despite having only 2 items on the menu which are the Ha-Na katsudon in spicy or non-spicy versions. At $13.50++, you get 3 pieces of chicken and pork each, topped on a bed of either the Nanatsuboshi Hokkaido rice or a mixture of that with the 16-multigrains.

I preferred the breaded chicken because they were tender and juicy (just like those in Tendon Kohaku) as compared to the pork, which was dry and hard. The sauce that was drizzled over the meat had a sweet umami flavor, and helped to mask some grease from the deep fried batter, though more sauce would be appreciated. Unlike the plain rice in Kohaku's tendon, this katsudon's rice had a layer of egg sauce added for more flavor and moist texture. Be warned of the fiery chili powder in the spicy version, it can definitely send your lips feeling numbed! And one thing not to overlook is the nori bits sprinkled on the meat pieces, for they contribute a fresh savory touch to the meatiness. You can also sprinkle the spice powder or dip the meat in the soya sauce provided for heavier flavors.
I won't be seeing myself return anytime soon, albeit the worthiness. The portion was too much, and it got monotonous towards the end. I prefer the variety in a Tendon and I miss my veggies!
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Hailing from Hiroshima, another Japanese eatery has joined the busy food enclave at Orchid Hotel and serves up their rendition of Hiroshima Japanese curry rice.
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The all toppings option came with a slab of pork tonkatsu, chicken karaage, shabu pork, minced meat, cheese and topped with an onsen egg.
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Quite value for money given the portion, but I found the assortment of ingredients too fanciful that I got distracted from the curry, decent but didn't left a deep impression.

The thick slice of premium Otoro was so fresh, juicy and tender.😋 The Kinmedai with truffle sauce is worth mentioning as well.👍 We could already smell the fragrance of truffle before delivering the sashimi into our mouth.
Full review at http://thehungrygeek.com/2017/09/19/matsuya-sushi-bar/ (active link in bio)

Thanks @matsuyasushibar for the delicious food and the warm hosting! 😉

😋 yes! Me can finally eat spicy food. Chicken drumlet ramen is yummy and so is their pan fried dumplings. #sgfood #burpple #igsg

Pretty tasty but portion is too little for the price. $10 for the salmon and $2 for the salad. Salmon had a very nice aburi finishing that made it yummy!

The aji special maki(13.90) came slathered in a poopy looking mess of strangely bitter and unidentifiable sauce. Never knew aburi salmon sushi could go wrong, but i guess you learn something new everyday.

Made a trip done to Healthy Soba IKI recently with a couple of Burpple Tastemakers for a Burpple Tastemaker Eatup and tried a selection of their healthy buckwheat soba offerings — they have a menu that boasts quite a good mix of Japanese as well as locally inspired creations such as the Laksa Soba.

My personal favourites would be the Collagen Chicken Soba from the Local Signature section of the menu and the Avocado Kaisen Tororo Soba from the Cold section. The former was almost akin to eating chicken rice after the ginger is mixed into the collagen chicken soup base which is not overly rich; comes with a rather generous portion of poached chicken that is immensely tender and also chili oil for those who can't do without chili when having Hainanese Chicken Rice. The Avocado Kaisen Tororo is the crowd pleaser; marinated cubes of raw fish and a lightly savoury cold dipping sauce that is pretty good on its own. Dessert was pretty good — never thought that matcha would work well against strawberry but the Matcha Strawberry Pudding proved us wrong with the bitter aroma of Matcha complimenting and counters the tartness of the strawberries really well.

Thanks Healthy Soba IKI for hosting, and Burpple for the invite!

MazeSoba Nagoya Style (S$12.80++)
Dry ramen, topped with spicy minced pork, seaweed, chopped spring onion, shredded seaweed, and half boiled egg
Available at @Kajiken_Singapore in @Square2Sg
Mix it for 20 seconds before eating.
Japanese style bak cho mee.
Add vinegar or chilli oil for more kick.
If got leftover liao, don't forget to ask for a small bowl of rice 🍚 to finish it with.
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Kajiken
Address 🏠 : 10 Sinaran Drive, # 02-03 Square Two, Singapore 🇸🇬 307 506
Tel ☎️ : 6904 4714
Open 💈 : 11.30am - 10pm
MRT 🚇 : Novena (NS20)
Website : http://www.kajikensg.com

With the dainty raw quail egg nestled at the top of the Snowbowl, breaking it and letting its yolk slowly trickle down the salmon heap is a perfect showcase of foodgasm.
Try it at your own peril.
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🏢Orchard Forum 01-17 Singapore 238884
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🕚Opening Hours:
Daily: 12.00pm to 2.30pm, 6.00pm to 9.30pm
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💲Cost: Snowbowl $29, Unagi Bowl $28
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