9 Clover Way
Singapore 579081

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Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

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Reviews

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Apart from the amazing Chirashi Don, the other dishes fared well too, such as the Wakadori Karaage ($7.90), Grilled Salmon Fish Head with Salt ($12.80), Bean Paste Soup with Salmon Fish Head & Stirred Egg ($8.80) and Salmon Sashimi ($14.80). The deep-fried marinated chicken is flavourful, tender and crispy, and the grilled salmon fish head and salmon fish head soup are comforting and delicious. Love it!

Chanced upon a really good bowl of Chirashi Don at Edo Ichi, a Japanese restaurant tucked away in a quaint landed housing estate in Bishan. The assorted sashimi, which comprises of salmon, tuna, yellow tail, scallop and octopus, is thick, fresh and absolutely a steal at $18.80. Definitely exceeded my expectations!

Garlic fried rice topped with roasted eel and served in a hot stone bowl. Came with miso soup on the side

Had fun deciding what to order from their huge, varied menu. Sukiyaki was too salty, but that was fixed by adding some hot water. Yummy!

Sashimi to Unagi Kabayaki Set

Being a chain that operates multiple brands in Malaysia (which also includes Azuma Sushi which previously operated an outlet at Guoco Tower which had since ceased operations), Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant’s location at Clover Way is the group’s only restaurant in Singapore — the restaurant is located just a short walk away from Marymount MRT Station, and is located in the same stretch of shophouses where Trattoria Da Mimmo, Shamrock Cafe and Jai Thai is located.

Expect a pretty extensive menu here ranging from Set Lunch and Set Dinner, alongside a whole spread of cooked and raw dishes from sides and sharing plates to Donburi options even — the menu’s range is pretty reminiscent to that of commercial chains like Ichiban Sushi/Ichiban Boshi. Opting for the Sashimi to Unagi Kabayaki Set from their Set Lunch menu, the set features an assortment of sashimi (seemingly Tuna, Swordfish and Salmon), and Unagi Kabayaki — all served with a bowl of rice, miso soup, side salad and Chawanmushi accompanying the core elements of the dish. Must say we were really impressed with the sashimi slices especially — sliced sufficiently thick for a good texture and enough bite, the sashimi slices were incredibly fresh; even more so than that served at certain places which specialises in Chirashi bowls. The Unagi is also pretty plump; comes coated with a thick Teriyaki sauce that provides ample sweetness for flavour — the fish also was not particularly scaly. The other elements such as the Chawanmushi were also pretty decent — smooth and melts-in-the-mouth while coming with Japanese fish cake within, while the side salad comes drenched with a Goma dressing for a roasty and nutty note.

Must say that Edo-Ichi Japanese Restaurant seems to be a spot that is well hidden from the radar — a spot that serves up delicious and quality Japanese cuisine that is pretty impressive for a commercial brand; all that at a pretty decent price tag that is pretty relative of other commercial Japanese establishments around. Given its location, a spot that works well for family meals and catch-up with friends for some good Japanese fare out of town.

The shirataki noodles have a gelatinous nature, making it chewy and a little rubbery. The truffle and cream goes very well with the small duck slices, making this to die-for!

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