Snow Beef Don

$11.90 · 19 Reviews

If you love cheese, you will love this. The beef is drizzled with generous amount of sweet-savoury sauce and Parmesan cheese. Enjoy a discount off your total bill when you dine between the following timings on weekdays:
10% off total bill: 2pm – 3pm
20% off total bill: 3pm – 4pm
30% off total bill: 4pm – 5pm

This has been one of the best-sellers of Sora Boru since its opening, and it is not difficult to understand why.

The inclusion of grated parmesan and a special sweet-savoury sauce made from whipping cream may remind diners of a Korean-meets-Japanese meal; and I don’t think this style is served anywhere else in Singapore.

The donburi (rice bowls) is constructed with a base of steamed rice, a choice of either stewed cabbage or seasoned beansprouts, then piled with succulent flame-grilled beef slices.


Snow Beef Don, and now this... 😋😋😋

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Have been eyeing this place since it opened because it seemed quite affordable. Honestly wasn’t expecting much, but it was not bad! This is their snow beef don ($11.90), which consists of a very generous portion of flame-grilled thin beef slices, topped with a cream sauce and Parmesan. You also have the choice of stewed cabbages or seasoned beansprouts, of which I chose the latter.

Didn’t think it was a lot initially, but they really pile up that beef! Although tender, it’s on the sweeter side, so those who prefer their savoury food to be less sweet may not enjoy it as much. You can also taste how charred and smoky the beef is too, which surprised me. I thought it was really value for money for the portion of beef though, even though the cheesy cream taste got a bit overwhelming for me at the end. The beansprouts are the Korean kind and I liked them quite a lot.

Overall, not bad, and quite value for money! Sort of like Yoshinoya, but the quality seems a bit better to me. Quite a big portion too, felt like I could have gone for the mini bowl which costs $7.50 instead, but note that the bowl looks much sizeably smaller. P.s. They also have a promotion going on now where you can get up to 30% off if you’re having a late lunch

This rice bowl from @SoraBoruSG is topped with flame-grilled beef slices, grated parmesan and sweet-savoury sauce made from whipping cream. Happy Thursday!

On the whole hand, the Snow Beef Don looks like a snow-capped mountain covered with grated parmesan and a sweet-savoury sauce made from whipping cream. The thinly sliced beefs were tender with hint of smokiness. What I like is the bed of vegetables that helps to cut those richness.

Savoury, tender flame-grilled beef slices topped with a sweet-savoury sauce made from whipping cream and grated parmesan. I like how the sweetness accentuate the beef's natural flavours.
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It had a nice balance between sweet and savouriness, which whets your appetite to have more. Along with a choice of stewed cabbage or sprouts, it’s definitely worth the bucks!

They don't skimp on the portion as there's a small mountain of beef atop stewed cabbage with a bed of Japanese steamed rice beneath. The lava is actually Korean gojuchang. surprise surprise to find out there are some Korean elements to this. haha. Despite calling itself Volcano, the spice level is pretty mild and palatable for most people.
Snow Beef Don ($7.50 / $11.90)
I think you can guess why it's call snow beef don... LOL Does it feel like a snow mountain that is melting coz the sun is too hot? I feel like the grated parmesan can be increased in portion and can add more of their special sweet-savory sauce made from whipping cream. Everything is the same except you can choose from bean sprouts and cabbage for both rice bowls. The sweet sauce goes well with the beef. I felt that the rice is extra silky when everything is mixed well. Thumbs up! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
We used the DFD promo so we got 1 mini bowl for free! YAY for awesome promotion like this which encourages us to try out new food. We got the Bara Chirashi Ebimayo Aburi Don and soba with tempura. The chirashi although mini in size is packed full of small chunks of fresh seafood. The tempura is also fried crispy to a golden brown.

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Or cheesy Snow Beef Don? The new Japanese dining @soraborusg offers a wide variety of affordable bowls like DonBoru (rice bowls), CurryBoru (curry rice), even ChirashiBoru (sashimi bowls) which you can customise. Most of the mains are served in two sizes: Regular or Mini, and totally value for money. Their Mini bowls are priced from $4.90 😮
Sora Boru
Address: 313 Orchard Road, B3-19/20, [email protected], Singapore 238895