15 Mohamed Sultan Road
Singapore 238964

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Friday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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Finally I am able to tick them off my wishlist and have a taste of Chef Koizumi’s one-degree cooking philosophy to Japanese katsu. It was truly an enjoyable treat biting into the Black Angus Beef ($38) that was cooked to medium doneness with the shiso leaves cutting the richness of the beef while the lady enjoyed her Japanese Pork ($28). We capped off lunch with the creamy and decadent Japanese Pudding ($8).
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✨ Esora
📍 15 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238964
🌐 https://order.restaurant-esora.com/en_SG/
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In the mood for all things sweet, I found their Japanese Pudding ($8) to be right up my alley. Achieving the ideal balance between eggy and milky, the pudding was creamy and rich. The custard was melting soft too. What’s more, the caramel sauce was the icing on the cake as it was on the bittersweet side (but not overly so) hence it contrasted nicely with the lusciously sweet purin. So so so good!

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Back for more of Esora’s Takeaway Katsu Sando, I just had to try their new Ebi Katsu ($28). Think plump chunks of prawns in the compact ebi cutlet sandwiched between finely shredded cabbage, savoury sauce, shiso, and lightly toasted milk bread. Fried to perfection, the battered exterior was pleasantly light and thin. The crispy katsu was also surprisingly succulent and held the distinct note of crustacean sweetness. Though, as someone who is not terribly fond of shiso, I would have to say that the fragrance of the leaves was a tad overpowering.

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Egg Katsu + shredded cabbage with tangy sauce between white bread. Tamagoyaki was really thick and one box was pretty filling. Since it was takeaway, it was not as crispy and hot but still tasty. I like tamagoyaki katsu, why is it not more common?

Tasty but pricey. Can try once to see if it is worth it for you.

Deceivingly simple, Esora’s elusive sandos were such a treat! Jumping at the chance once I caught wind of their relaunch, I just had to order everything (except for Premium Omi Wagyu which would have caused too much damage to my wallet).

Hearing so much about the Tamagoyaki ($16) sando, I was not disappointed. Slightly sweeten, soft and with the lovely crisp golden exterior, the thick Japanese Style Egg Omelette would satisfy any egg lovers and its texture was the best part for me. Even the greens and bread didn’t overwhelm the flavour of the egg, in my opinion. Very luxe indeed!

Next, the Japanese Pork ($28) felt a little bit more substantial with the added protein. Thankfully the pork katsu wasn’t dry at all and was nicely seasoned. The layered bite with the greens and meat was also pretty well-balanced.

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A great mix with the lean cut, the Black Angus Beef ($38) Sando was balanced by the crunch from the shredded cabbage, and zing from the addition of shiso leaf. While it does look a tad dry after the hour-long journey to my house, it wasn’t so and was sufficiently tender. The batter wasn’t thick either. It also had a tinge of sharpness from the Japanese horseradish to cut the richness.

Next, the Wagyu Potato Croquette ($18) was a pleasant surprise with the meaty texture. Essentially chunky mashed potato croquette with bits of wagyu between bread and greens, it wasn’t too heavy. The batter was thin and remained tantalizingly crisp.

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