Flaming Don (Bugis+)

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~$15/pax
FLAMING DON introduces a hot and exciting concept, offering a fresh rendition of Yakiniku and Donburi. Expect to be blown away by the modern take on the classic Japanese rice bowl. With a variety of 15 donburis ranging from the Signature Flaming Beef Don to the modern Japanese Pork Hamburger Don, diners will be spoilt for choices.

201 Victoria Street
#05-02 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Love the ramen soup!
I also like the Chicken Nanban but I think they put too much mayo on it

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Flaming don is my go to Japanese dining place because it is so worthwhile! They have this lunch/dinner/student promo with free drinks and miso soup I think. They also serve a pretty good variety of noodles and rice bowls for you to choose from. 😍

Student set lunch menu came with drink and a side (~$10), value for money! Nice combination of cheese and sliced beef.

⭐️ 3.5/5

Loving the sear on the meats. And, the don is quite affordable.
1. Signature Flaming Beef Don - SGD17.90. Dice cut Australian Tenderloin with honey black pepper sauce served with onsen egg.
2.Miso Buta Yaki Don - SGD9.90.
Slice Pork Belly with garlic miso served with fresh yolk and spring onion.
3. Signature Flaming Chicken Don -SGD9.90.
Charcoal-grilled chicken served with onsen egg.
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Chicken Curry Don: $10.90
Nema Tama Buta Don: $12.90

The rice had a nice bouncy texture and they gave a generous amount of meat and sauce. The japanese curry was flavourful and the vegetables were stewed to a nice texture. The other dish tasted like an average chicken don. The chicken in both were however a little overcooked with a slight chewy texture.

Ordering is done at a self-serve kiosk though there is staff on hand to provide assistance. Drinks are free-flow and there is a small corner offering extra condiments and miso soup. Would recommend the garlic miso sauce to add extra umami flavour!

Overall: 7.5/10 πŸ›

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Both roast beef donburi $15.90+ and chicken combo donburi ($14.90+ if I remember correctly) had a nice smoky aroma. Texture wise, unfortunately, the beef was too chewy and the eggs were too raw. Self service miso soup and drink $2.99+ were refillable.

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