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91 Bencoolen Street
#01-54 Sunshine Plaza
Singapore 189652

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Grilled Lamb Don - $18 ( 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) Yes, the meat slices were tender and flavourful and paired well with the sous vide egg and rice, but I have a slight doubt. There were no gaminess in the meat, making me wonder whether I was served lamb meat. Tasted more like pork actually.

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Loco moco $20. Juicy hamburger steak, fried egg, avocado, rice, salad.
This place is really not stingy with their salads (I appreciate that greatly!!!) egg was a bit overcooked but hamburger steak was great, along with the sauce. Salad comes with other types of pickled vegetables like beet (SUPER NICE) etc etc

Tonkatsu pork cutlet and shrimp set $21💥the sauce is Super yummy and this was a VERY lovely meal! Crispy, tender, perfect.

Its my first time trying ox tongue, a local delicacy from Sendai in the Miyazaki prefecture (this one is from Senri)! The aburi smell was really strong and mouthwatering, and the aburi torching really gives it that oomph from the Maillard reaction. I could tell the cook on the beef was perfect.

The beef itself doesn't have a super strong gamey flavor nor is it particularly juicy but it's got a distinctive chewy texture. I can see why this is an acquired taste. It comes with some spicy paste and I added an onsen egg to dip the beef into the glorious yellow yolk. It's also paired with some refreshing salad.

I really liked this one and would go for a repeat order next time. This is the medium size with 150 grams of beef and cost $32.


Good quality Japanese-style hamburg is hard to find but this one from the brand Fukuyoshi really ticked all the boxes. ($15)

It is formulated with Hokkaido Kuroge Wagyu and is so delicate and tender it just barely holds together. The patty cuts open with the press of a fork. It is super juicy too, I can literally see the juices flowing out as I cut past that beautifully caramelized crust. I only wish it was seasoned a teeny weeny bit more, as I relied more on the accompanying sauce for flavor.

It's served with great flair on a black ceramic plate with some crispy potato wedges and salad.


This is from the brand Karamasa, specializing in Kaarage, deep fried chicken. This is honestly a steal at $7.50 for four humongous chunks of chicken (I'm talking about the size of my palm kind of big), served with a salad.

It tasted so authentic. The batter used was potato starch based, and just coats the huge piece of chicken evenly. (No huge chunks of flour or batter here!) The batter wasn't soggy and there was a perfect chicken to batter ratio. The chicken was deep-fried to a crispy perfection and yet still retained its tenderness and juiciness. There's an audible crunch when I bit into it, and I could actually taste the chicken juices erupt out of it. It comes with some sweet dipping sauce, but I would order the tartar version next time because I think this slightly underseasoned chicken needs the heaviness and richness of the tartar sauce.

But still, this plate is honestly holds one of the most delicious and most value-for-money karaages around.