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Pretty great matcha soft-serve ice cream for $5.90, although the ice cream is on the sweeter side rather than on the bitter side. Serving size is pretty decent as well, although the cafe is already pretty cold and the ice cream just makes you feel even colder 😅😅

A classic done right, their Beef Shabu Ricebowl ($13.50) was a comforting hug with the sweet and savoury flavours. Think beef slices with diced spam, enoki, sweet sliced onions, Hanjuku Egg, and furikake on a steamy bed of rice. Prepared with their housemade kombu dashi broth, the short rib slices were thin and tender. Love the soft spam cubes adding little bursts of saltiness.

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Packing a bit of heat from the spiced mayo, their Tori Karaage Ricebowl ($10) was surprisingly good. The umami mix of their kombu and sambal mayo dressing really jazzing up the flavours of the bowl and provided a unique twist from the typical Japanese-style sauces. The chunks of Japanese fried chicken were well-executed as well. The battered exterior wasn’t too thick, and I am happy to report that the meat was still moist and juicy.

Had my family’s meals settled for the day with an order from sando! Off their lunch menu, the Menchi Katsu Sando ($11.00) was quite the hefty number. Sandwiched between toasted Shokupan buns, the deep-fried panko-breaded minced pork patty was thick, well-seasoned, and not too greasy. The choice of arugula, sliced tomatoes, and Japanese tar-tar were also great to balance out the heavier flavours of the succulent patty.

Stacked with smashed avocado, overeasy egg, and greens, their Yuzu Yakitori Sando ($11.00) was a little more saucy with the alioli. Marinated with yuzu-pepper, the pieces of chicken thighs were lightly perfumed with the citrusy notes and held the familiar grilled-smoky flavour of yakitori. However, I found the protein to be a tad dry alone. Hence, the Furikake Garlic Aioli really helped and it added a nice punch.

Oh and I paired the sandwiches with their Royal Milk Tea ($5)! A pretty solid cup of freshly brewed Japanese milk tea, the smooth concoction was fragrant and not overly milky or sweet.

I enjoyed the donburi bowl but would not have minded skipping over the yakitori skewers (my friend commented it was similar to the frozen ones she gets from the supermarket).

Miso soup, salad and tea were nice but really not anything out of the ordinary. You can get better donburis elsewhere for an equivalent price but without the ancillary sides and some may prefer that.

Opening 2 months ago, this restaurant specialises in Chinese-Korean fusion dishes ranging from Grilled Fish to other exotic dishes. Dig into their Set for 2 ($20) which comes with 2 servings of roast fish and spicy frog leg for sharing!

Find this new kid on the block along Trengganu Street in Chinatown for a good ole' time of exquisite sake and umami Japanese bites! Pop by for lunch and take your pick from their Pot Stickers Curry Don ($14.90), classic Kaarage Chicken Don ($12.90) with sweet soy glaze and crowd favourite Gyu Don ($13.90) for thinly sliced beef and onsen egg. If you're up for a fusion, their Udon Aglio ($12.50) might just be for you — think thin udon sauteed with konbu, garlic, tomato, mushroom, butter and nori.

It’s been awhile since my last visit to Ippudo for their ramen. Was at River Valley area and decided to come here for some ramen craving.

The Tao Kuro features a thick, chewy noodle; which you could choose the hardness. It is served in their original tonkotsu broth, topped with slices of pork belly chashu, flavoured black fungus, lots of spring onion and umami-dama (a special blend of miso paste and garlic oil).

We are first time here at Kazoku and our first time redeem deal 1 for 1 from Burple! It's was worth it! We had ordered a few dishes and the was nice, (no service charge and GST as well)
Definitely will come back again.
Thank you.🙏😊

Known for its Aburi Sushi Rolls and Japanese Rice Bowls, @yubahut is a homegrown fast-casual dining restaurant that offers modern Japanese fusion cuisine.😬

Here’s what we tasted at their @guocotower outlet…
👉Salmon Aburi Don - SGD14.90
👉Bara Chirashi Don - SGD16.90
👉Champion Floss Maki - SGD16.90
👉Salmon Don - SGS11.90
👉Beef Steak Don - SGD16.90
👉Salmon Mentai Sushi (2pcs) - SGD4.80

📢CHAMPION FLOSS MAKI PROMO EVERY TUESDAY
Only at SGD9.90 (U.P. SGD16.90)
That’s about 40% OFF!

If you have not tasted their Signature Champion Floss Maki, you should totally try it!😉 All in all, we left with a satisfied tummy that night.

❗️Available on @foodpandasg & @grabfoodsg
‼️For islandwide delivery, call 88575398 at least 1 day in advance to order. Minimum order of SGD70 & delivery fee of SGD5-15 applies

💌Thank you @laoniangagency for the invite and @yubahut for having me!😄

📍YuBa Hut
1️⃣Heartland Mall, 01-19
2️⃣The Rail Mall, 454
3️⃣The Poiz Centre, 01-09
4️⃣Guoco Tower, B2-29
🕙11AM - 10PM Daily (Last order 9.30PM)

These latest additions to the restaurant’s signature wagyu bentos are available daily for dine in, takeaway and island-wide delivery for lunch and dinner. Priced at $58 per bento, each order is paired with a refreshing side salad of mixed greens with a sweet and savoury sesame dressing. From now to 31 October, any bento ordered comes with a complimentary side of Sakura ebi crackers (U.P. $8).

There are a total of three new bento additions, with the first being the Wagyu Sushi Bento that comes with two styles of wagyu in a box, second is the Surf & Turf Bento, a duo combination of Hokkaido A5 Karubi wagyu and Hokkaido scallops and third the Wagyu Tongue Yakiniku Bento. The Surf & Turf Bento comes with a bed of rice, seasoned sesame and seaweed topped with Karubi yakiniku and scallops with savoury mentaiko sauce while the Wagyu Tongue Yakiniku Bento is a bento of Australian wagyu tongue and Hokkaido A5 Karubi yakiniku over a bed of rice with an onsen egg on the side to give that extra creaminess and richness.
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✨ The Gyu Bar
📍 30 Stevens Road, 01-08, Singapore 257840
🌐 http://bit.ly/GyuBarMenu
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