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GAKE

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~$30/pax
Offering chef-curated contemporary Japanese cuisine. Each dish is made with precision and balance. Enjoy aesthetically pleasing and scrumptious entrees.
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36 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059915

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Friday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

I love lobster rolls, those with fresh lobster poached with butter, and sandwiched in soft toasted roll. Now picture this same lobster roll topped with uni and caviar, then showered with crustacean espuma. You get Japanese freshness in the ingredients with an European touch in the espuma, in what would have been an American lobster roll that we Singaporeans love.
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Like the Super Sando (see my post dated 17 Feb), this is currently on a secret menu.
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Using rare ingredients of the finest quality – some of which are difficult to find even in Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong’s finest establishments – are skilfully prepared and included in GAKE’s omakase menu.

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Mixing Japanese & European cuisine, Gake is a space with a modern take on your usual Japanese cuisine.

Apart from the usual omakase, you do get a variety of mains and sides that you can choose from, especially if you prefer getting to decide your own accord.

Thanks to #burpplebeyond, they offer one for one rice / noodles dishes, so I managed to get my Ika “Kuro” Meshi for free!

It’s served in a iron cast pan, kinda like a paella, but instead of your arborio rice, you have koshikari rice, mixed with Japanese squid, squid ink, chorizo and crustacean stock. The end result, an extremely flavourful pan of fried Japanese rice! With the help of a wedge of lime, it helps to cut through the creamy and rich seafood stock and lightening it up.

To snack with their happy hour offer ($10++ Chita Whisky Highball or Roku Gin & Tonic), have a go at their “Truffle” Edamame. White truffle infused edamame is being tossed with furikake, giving you a finger-licking, nose-tingling, palatable bowl of green soy beans; the perfect pairing to your Japanese booze.

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