Salmon Yu-Sheng Bowl

$20.00 ยท 11 Reviews

Check out the thick and generous serving of salmon paired with cripsy thing (yeah I have no idea what it is called) that we loved in our yu sheng.

This one definitely wins some of the bara chirashi don out there.


Back at STRAY by Fatcat to try its other signature, the salmon Yu-sheng bowl.
It's exactly as how you would envision the taste to be like - yusheng. The rice bowl has solid salmon chunks but the taste has been overpowered by the sweet plum sauce. It also has loads of my favourite crunchy prosperity crackers that add texture to a typical salmon bowl. Don't forget the onsen egg buried underneath all the louhei components to gel everything together.


Salmon Yu-Sheng Bowl - $20
Fresh Salmon, shredded vegetables, onsen egg, prosperity crackers & Japanese pearl rice
Not cheap but quite a innovative way of serving the salmon don

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Salmon Yu-Sheng Bowl (S$20+)
Salmon, Shredded vegetables, plum, pearl rice
Available at @Stray.SG in @OrchardCentral
Looked ๐Ÿ‘€ not bad, but the seasoning was kind of bland for me.
STRAY by Fatcat
Address ๐Ÿ  : 181 Orchard Road, # 04-22A/ 33 Orchard Central, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 238 896
Tel โ˜Ž : 6835 7317
Open ๐Ÿ’ˆ : 11am - 10pm
MRT ๐Ÿš‡ : Somerset (NS23)
Note ๐Ÿ“ : Cafe does not serve water
Got 10% service charge


Salmon Yu-Sheng Bowl ($20)

Wishing Everyone a ๐ŸŽ‰Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year ๐ŸŽ‰with this Salmon Yu-Sheng bowl from !

In this bowl, you'll find yu-sheng ingredients in the form of salmon ๐ŸŸ, shredded vegetables, plum sauce served with rice and topped with crackers. While it is festive, this tastes so similar to the popular yu-sheng that I'd rather have traditional yu-sheng over this rice bowl.


Opened by the team behind FATCAT Ice Cream Bar in Bedok, Stray serves up modern Chinese food, although we wouldn't have guessed based on their hipster, minimalist setting. They currently serve a compact soft launch menu, with lunchtime eats being the most value-for-money as dishes each come with a complimentary tea or coffee. Try the inspired Salmon Yu-Sheng Bowl ($18 for lunch special, a la carte $20), topped with plump cuts of marinated salmon, golden crackers, aromatic fried ginger and the obligatory wobbly onsen egg. The Black Pepper Wagyu Bowl ($20 for lunch special, a la carte $22) is great for a meatier option. You'll also find their signature dessert Spheres ($12 for a set of three), wobbly, pop-in-the-mouth treats served bite-sized on spoons. When the full menu launches (some time in February, according to the chatty servers), expect more daring Chinese-inspired creations like truffle paper-wrapped chicken.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Leigh Khoo