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Chiritori Hotpan Beef

$18.00 · 24 Reviews

After seeing the amazing #cheesepulls on social media, I had to try this hotpot-esque dish where meat and veggie is piled on a pan and served with boiling stock. KKT's version ($19) came with a choice of chicken, pork or beef and I chose chicken. I was impressed by the huge mountain of mozzerella cheese atop chicken cubes. The fire on the gas stove was turned on and the cheese slowly melted into the nabe, resulting in a viscous, umami sauce studded with onions that my dining partner and I eagerly wrapped the chicken with.

The chicken was flavorful and well cooked and went well with the sauce. Side note: remember to stir the nabe as the cheese is melting, otherwise the cheese will congeal at the bottom and burn, which is what happened to us.

The cheese nabe with beef has a rich flavour and this was very tasty. You get to choose from beef, pork or chicken. The beef was tender and the sauce goes well with their kushikatsu too!


Good news to all Cheese lovers, Kushikatsu Tanaka has recently introduced their Mega Cheese Festival, with exclusive menu available only at their Singapore’s outlet.
For those who have not heard about Kushikatsu Tanaka (KKT) , KKT is well known for its osaka style crisp fried skewers which is fried with secret oil blend with beef fats and homemade panko crumbs.

_🍽 Mega Cheese Chikuwa Kushikatsu ($6)
_🍽 Unagi Kushikatsu ($2.50)
_🍽 Hanpen Kushikatsu ($1.50)
_🍽 Mini Taiyaki Kushikatsu ($2)

I have also enjoyed dipping the above mentioned items in their new dipping sauces (3 sauces at $4): Chilli Crab, Japanese Curry and Nacho Cheese sauce.

_🍽 Cheesy Chirtori Nabe ($18)
_🍽 DIY Takoyaki ($11)

Apart from that, KKT offers wide range of Jim Beam highballs such as Triple berry highball, triple citrus highball. It is always good to enjoy a glass of highball with some fried skewers and enjoy the cheesy feast!


The popular Osakan-style kushikatsu restaurant is currently having a Mega Cheese Festival!😋🧀🧀 Do yourself a favour and get the Chiritori Cheese Nabe, my favorite dish among all! You can choose between marinated chicken/beef/pork, and stir them together with melted cheese sauce. Very rich and flavourful!🤩

Btw I found this resto very interactive. You can cook your own cheesy nabe, DIY your takoyaki, and even mash potato salad! They also have fun drinking games. The atmosphere there was boisterous, definitely a fun place to visit with friends.💯

🔸Mega Cheese Chikuwa Kushikatsu: $6
🔸Unagi Kushikatsu:$2.50
🔸Hanpen Kushikatsu: $1.50
🔸Mini Taiyaki Kushikatsu: $2
🔸New Kushikatsu Dipping Sauces: $4 for a set of 3 (chilli crab, nachos cheese, Japanese curry)
🔸DIY Takoyaki: prawn ($10), tako ($10), unagi ($11), add cheese for $3
🔸Chiritori Cheese Nabe: $18

Thanks to @kkt.sg for having me, Melody & Bernice @brandcellar for the invite and also for hand modelling! #dinewithflorence #burpple #instafood #instagood #foodphotography #foodstagram #foodlover #foodbeast #foodpornography #foodporn #singaporeinsiders

With their secret oil blend with beef fats and homemade Panko crumbs, made the skewers light and crisp.

Feature DIY Takoyaki.
a ball-shaped Japanese snack made of a wheat flour-based batter and cooked in a special molded pan.
DIY takoyaki set lets us cook our own takiyoki. Its fun experience and after that we can enjoy it.
There are 3 options of topping to choose and for cheese lovers, Add $3.00 for extra topping of cheese.
💰$10 for prawn and tako.. $11 for unagi.
📍Kushikatsu Tanaka Singapore.
3A River Valley Road, Merchant Court Clarke Quay.
block A #01-01B.

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Featuring the Cheesy Chiritori Nabe ($18.00), option from beef, pork or chicken. Marinated beef, pork or chicken served over a fire, stir in the cheese sauce.
Location : @kkt.sg 3A River Valley Road, Merchants’ Court Clarke Quay, block A #01-01B, Singapore 179020.
#kushikatsutanaka #burpple #burpplesg

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Named the Mega Cheese Festival (available for dinner on weekdays and lunch on weekends), expect an overflowing cheesy and googy goodness with their fried cutlet skewers. All of their kushikatsu is first battered with their homemade panko crumbs before deep-frying in a secret oil blend that contains beef fats. For this festival, there are several new items in the menu such as the Mega Chikuwa Cheese Kushikatsu ($6), a 15cm giant Japanese fishcake that’s stuffed with melted mozzarella cheese, and an assortment of deep-fried kushi ranging from the price range of $1.50 for the Hanpen Kushi to $2.50 for the Unagi Kushi. There are even new dipping sauces made for these golden treats such as the Chilli Crab, Japanese Curry and Nacho Cheese ($4 for set, $2 for each). The highlight for me has got to be the Cheesy Chiritori Nabe ($18, pictured) which you can have a choice of beef, pork or chicken. This nabe is served over a fire and you have to mix in the cheese together with your choice of protein. What will result is a hot plate of molten cheese that coats the marinated meat evening as you savour each bite with joy.
Kushikatsu Tanaka Singapore
Address: 3A, River Valley Road, Merchants’ Court Clarke Quay, Block A, Unit 01-01B, Singapore 179020
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The Chiritori Cheese Nabe ($18) was my favourite thing on this new menu and they have beef, pork or chicken options, but the beef was the best 🤤 The melted mozzarella cheese mixed thoroughly with their special stock and beef was so addictive, really some cheesy goodness right here. #kushikatsu #kushikatsutanaka

With beef stew Niku Sui $7

items available in this seasonal menu would be their Black Pepper Gyutan ($8 - Beef Tongue) and Iwashi Ume Ni ($9 - Sardines). Dishes that are deemed homely to all Japanese, this comfort food dishes can simply be eaten on their own, or with a hot pipping scoop of Japanese rice.