51 Yishun Avenue 11
#01-17 Yishun Park Hawker Centre
Singapore 768867

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
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Rice, Aburi Chicken, Sautéed Corn, Onsen Egg 》$7

The aburi pork belly was noteworthy from being marinated in shoyu for up to 48 hours before they are cooked sous vide-style with a charred abrui finish. Although the pork belly was well marinated and thinly sliced, the meat was a little on the tough side but I like the distinct charred notes on it. This reminded me of the thinner version of Korean bbq pork belly.

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Base ($1)
Rice / Soba Noodles / Garden Salad

Protein(s)
Chicken ($3) / Pork ($4) / Salmon ($6) / Unagi ($9) / Beef ($12)

Sauce
Sweet Teriyaki / Truffle Shoyu / Spicy Nacho Cheese / Truffle Mayo

Side(s)
$1 / Portion
Edamame / Onsen Egg / Crinkle Fries / Sautéed Corn / Sautéed Mushrooms

$1.50 / Portion
Potato Salad / Coleslaw / Fluffy Tamago / Lok-Lok Broccoli / Steamed Broccoli

$2 / Portion
Baby Octopus / Takoyaki (3pcs) / Onion Rings (4pcs) / Crispy Chicken Skin / Salmon Belly Bites

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Rice, chicken, teriyaki sauce, onsen egg and lok-lok broccoli 》$6.50

Hideki is a Japanese Fusion Poké Bowl Concept where you can freely select your favourite choices to satisfy your taste buds. It allows us to build our own bowl where we start off by picking our base, protein and sides then finished with a complimentary sauce of our choice.

The chicken was marinated for up to 48 hours with a secret shoyu marinade before they are cooked sous vide-style to retain their juiciness and end off with a charred abrui finish. It was firm to the bite, served with a nicely torched exterior with smoky notes to the meat. One of my favourite sides will be the lok-lok broccoli that was fragrant, slightly charred and crispy.

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Base ($1)
Rice / Soba Noodles / Garden Salad

Protein(s)
Chicken ($3) / Pork ($4) / Salmon ($6) / Unagi ($9) / Beef ($12)

Sauce
Sweet Teriyaki / Truffle Shoyu / Spicy Nacho Cheese / Truffle Mayo

Side(s)
$1 / Portion
Edamame / Onsen Egg / Crinkle Fries / Sautéed Corn / Sautéed Mushrooms

$1.50 / Portion
Potato Salad / Coleslaw / Fluffy Tamago / Lok-Lok Broccoli / Steamed Broccoli

$2 / Portion
Baby Octopus / Takoyaki (3pcs) / Onion Rings (4pcs) / Crispy Chicken Skin / Salmon Belly Bites

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Base: soba ($1)
Wanted to get the garden salad as base but it was unavailable and got the soba instead, which is a little tasteless.

Protein: chicken ($3)
Chicken tasted good and felt like there was some kind of special marinate.

Sauce: spicy cheese
Sauce was a bit too little and couldn't really taste it after mixing with the rest of the food. Might want to try other sauces instead.

Add-ons: edamame ($1), corn ($1), mushrooms ($1), steamed brocoli ($1.50)
Had wanted lok-lok brocoli but wasnt available so had the normal steamed brocoli, which is really normal.

Overall an okay experience and might give it a second try with other combination.

I'm the last 2 customer, so most of the items are sold out. So I ordered Abury Pork Belly Don.
The pork belly was thin,tender with Char on the outside,served with Japan rice and truffle soya as a sauce.
Taste wise is good, but the meat only 6 and very thin, so my rice still left 1/2 when my meat finished.
💰$7.
📍Hideki.
51 Yishun Ave 11, #01-17,
Yishun Park Hawker Centre.

So there's this option to Build Your Own Bowl where you choose your base + protein(s) + 1 sauce + side(s).

I chose Sushi Rice ($1) + Unagi ($9) + Truffle Mayo + Onsen Egg ($1) + Lok-Lok Broccoli ($1.50).

So it stated sushi rice and when I bit into it I was so disappointed because it was just PLAIN short grain rice. Felt so deceived.

The unagi was quite good. Well cooked. Tender and flavorful. I really like the sauce on it as well.

Next the truffle mayo which turned out to be a disappointment. Did not have any truffle taste which I think the staff should taste for themselves on the day they serve.

For the onsen egg, it was good. Egg was flowy.

Lok-Lok broccoli was delicious as well. Tender, not too crunchy and well seasoned. My favourite in the don.

Overall the don lacked sauce and that caused the ingredients not to gel well with each other. It was like eating many seperate dishes, not in the good way. Hope they would drizzle some sauce on the plain rice instead of just the ingredients itself.

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Here at Hideki, you get to build your own bowl! Get to choose the base - sushi rice/soba/salad and then the protein - chicken/pork/beef/salmon and then you can choose add ons for different prices. I added onsen egg and edamame :)

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