6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#B1-11 Clarke Quay Central DON DON DONKI
Singapore 059817

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

This place appeared to be famous for their maguro but I was in the mood for salmon (I prefer salmon over maguro) so I ordered the cheapest item on the menu, the Salmon Rice Bowl with thick sliced Atlantic Salmon.

I have to say that they delivered on what they put on their menu! The salmon pieces were thick and substantial. The slices were beautifully marbled and fresh. It tasted sweet and melts in my mouth. Love love love!!! The rice used was authentic Japanese short grain rice, and tasted SO DELICIOUS with the Salmon. The rice was like glowing (i am not exaggerating) and perfectly seasoned, not too sour to overpower the salmon. The wasabi was also not too strong tasting, which I loved.

Would love to try the Maguro bowls in the future as the cheapest item on the menu, which was not their specialty, had honestly impressed me.

From the new Don Don Donki at Clarke Quay; named Doraya, this stall within the food court area focuses on its raw tuna offerings.

Perhaps one of the better dining options in the food court itself; despite the slight priciness of the bowl at $19.80, this worked out pretty well considering how fresh the Maguro was, whilst being sliced in well-sized chunks and torched to allow patrons to actually feel and taste the fish with the pearly and fluffy Japanese short-grain rice – pretty well-balanced in that aspect. The garlic chips helps to add a contrast of flavours to the bowl; a crispness and a garlicky note that just adds on the fish and rice here. Coming with Yuzu peels on the side, the Yuzu helps to add just a hint of zinginess to give a good break in between the heavier flavours of the Maguro, while the wasabi invokes a numbing sensation that is oh-so-shiok as it hits the nose when had with the other elements in the bowl.