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1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Singapore 082001

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11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm


11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

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It has truffle taste in it! Very nice, reasonable price too


Waited awhile for this since it’s freshly cooked. The truffle aroma is so intense! Unagi is well seasoned and cooked 👍🏻 love the sauce and seaweed that are mixed into the Japanese pearl rice 🍚



6 slices of torched salmon sashimi topped with generous amount of smoky mentaiko sauce. I have to say their sauce is even yummier than Salmon Samurai’s! Also comes with seaweed, jellyfish, pickles & wasabi. I absolutely love the Japanese pearl rice that’s cooked till perfection, infused with truffle oil, ebiko and toasted sesame seeds. Every mouthful is so tasty 😋 only complain I guess is the is small portion size? 😅

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A hole-in-the-wall eatery that serves affordable and yummy Japanese food. They were very generous with the mentaiko and the rice was sticky and chewy with fish roe. I also really liked the miso soup ($1), which was so flavorful with salmon belly inside. My only wish was that the scallops could have been firmer!

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This Tanjong Pagar haunt has the hearts of those who need their chirashi fix in the CBD — at under $15 a bowl, we can see why! The must-try is a Chirashi King Kong ($14.90) that doubles up on fresh bluefin tuna belly, served both minced and sliced. But the real star of the show is the base of rave-worthy truffle oil-infused rice peppered with briny, crunchy furikake and tobiko — delicious even on its own! For those who prefer a little variety in the mix, opt for the also-good Salmon Tuna Bowl ($9.90) that melds lightly seared tuna with fresh salmon sashimi.
Photo by Burppler Sarah Lim

Plays it Japanese as filtered through a New York indie district. The truffle-perfumed, stickily sweet rice had tobiko bits to give it some squiggly crunch, while elsewhere the various forms of luxurious tuna offered shiveringly soft levels of pleasure. 4/5