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Named the Mega Cheese Festival (available for dinner on weekdays and lunch on weekends), expect an overflowing cheesy and googy goodness with their fried cutlet skewers. All of their kushikatsu is first battered with their homemade panko crumbs before deep-frying in a secret oil blend that contains beef fats. For this festival, there are several new items in the menu such as the Mega Chikuwa Cheese Kushikatsu ($6), a 15cm giant Japanese fishcake thatโ€™s stuffed with melted mozzarella cheese, and an assortment of deep-fried kushi ranging from the price range of $1.50 for the Hanpen Kushi to $2.50 for the Unagi Kushi. There are even new dipping sauces made for these golden treats such as the Chilli Crab, Japanese Curry and Nacho Cheese ($4 for set, $2 for each). The highlight for me has got to be the Cheesy Chiritori Nabe ($18, pictured) which you can have a choice of beef, pork or chicken. This nabe is served over a fire and you have to mix in the cheese together with your choice of protein. What will result is a hot plate of molten cheese that coats the marinated meat evening as you savour each bite with joy.
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Kushikatsu Tanaka Singapore
Address: 3A, River Valley Road, Merchantsโ€™ Court Clarke Quay, Block A, Unit 01-01B, Singapore 179020
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