Bara Chirashi Don

$38.00 ยท 3 Reviews

They say this is the most filling of the 3 omakase sets and I can attest to that! ๐Ÿ˜† The other 2 sets comes with 7 and 9 piece sashimi and costs $98++ and $138++. It's actually pretty easy to finish this bowl as the rice is very marinated and mixed with pickles, seaweed and such. There's salmon, maguro, shiro maguro, ikura, ika and sea bream (I think). But if you are a small eater, do remember to ask for less rice ๐Ÿ˜†


Set in Cavan Suites, a short walk from The Refinery in Lavender, this brand new dinner-only outfit will have you fed very well. Pop by for their excellent Bara Chirashi Don ($38), a generous heap of cubed raw fish and seafood. This is topped with house-pickled radish and freshly grated wasabi โ€” the latter really elevates the dish to refined heights. If you're in the mood to indulge, consider going for their Sushi Omakase dinner (available at $68, $98 and $138). Expect to be treated to really fresh sashimi, sushi and a lot of delicious fun. Leading chef Kenny Khoo has more than 17 years of experience in Japanese cooking under his belt, and the service staff are also personal and knowledgeable, so rest assured you'll be in very good hands. The owner of Southpaw is a bit of a whisky connoisseur, and they offer whisky pairing with their food (there's also sake for the purists) โ€” this is an experience whisky enthusiasts shouldn't miss out on!
Avg Price: $90 per person
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

This is a real belly-filler of a Bara Chirashi Don. Expect a big bowl heaped with assorted cubed raw fish and shrimp tossed in a light dressing. There's also refreshing crunchy burdock root and radish (that Chef Kenny Khoo pickles himself). I like that he uses freshly grated wasabi, which to me, makes a big difference.