150 Orchard Road
#03-25/27 Orchard Plaza
Singapore 238841

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07:00pm - 04:00am

07:00pm - 04:00am

07:00pm - 04:00am

07:00pm - 04:00am


07:00pm - 04:00am

07:00pm - 04:00am

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🍑 peach kakigori ($22.80) is blanketed with this pretty sweet peach syrup (japan-sourced) and topped with that fuwa fuwa cream ✨ there is chunks of sweet Japanese canned peach inside the sauce with each scoop of that milky ice is just 💯 satisfying 👍we added shiratama ($2) for that whole Japanese festival food experience 😂🌈

Warm up your belly with their Oden Moriawase ($14.80)! The 7-item assorted oden was all savoury, comforting, and homey. Right at the very top, the triangle Hanpen (pounded fish cake) was wondrously soft with a slightly spongy texture and a mild fishy taste. The Ganmo (fried tofu fritter with vegetables), similarly, was a fluffy number that managed to soak up the flavours of the broth with a gentle chew. Offering more of a bite were the springy Shirataki (konjac noodles) tied in a bundle and the well-braised Daikon. There was also the classic tamago and fish cake but the item that offered the most flavour was the Ro-ru Kabetsu (rolled cabbage with chicken and vegetables). A little tough to chew, the wrap was rather hearty with the addition of meat. And of course, I can’t forget the dashi base. Being both delicate and lip-smacking, the oden broth was naturally sweet with a slight seafood-y flavour.

*Note that there's a mandatory charge of $3/person for otoshi

Cooling down in an instant thanks to Dosukoi x Donpachi’s Peach Kakigori ($22.80). Covered in a pretty pink peach syrup and crowned with a generous dollop of cream, the mountain of shaved ice was surprisingly fine and indeed ‘fuwa fuwa’ (though still flakier than the familiar Korean bingsu). Not too sweet, the syrup was refreshingly sweet and didn’t taste artificial at all. There were also soft chunks of sweet peach amid the light fluffy cream. And with this seasonal fruity hit, I had to add their Shiratama ($2). Tender and chewy, the mochi provided some fun textural contrast to the bowl of ice.

^Note that there's a mandatory charge of $3/person for otoshi and that their kakigori is only available at certain times of the day

*Hope I didn't get the geotag wrong

Firm, non-fishy, absolutely amazing. I love this izakaya place for its great food that goes so well with their alcohol menu, and extensive range of sake and sochu.

Majority of our dishes were strong flavoured so this stood out to be more light and a tad bland. Was hoping for a slightly bigger portion of mentai!


じゃがもちカマンベール  or jagamochi camembert (as found in their online menu) is definitely a must-order if you're here. The deep fried potato mochi was so chewy and soft upon the first bite, then the cheese filling started to ooze out. You wouldn't want to miss this!