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Hokkaido-ya

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~$20/pax
Hokkaido-Ya is a new fast casual eatery serving Hokkaido-inspired dishes and Japanese favourites using premium ingredients. Opened in June 2018 by the team behind established Sushi Tei Pte Ltd, Hokkaido-Ya hopes to cater to wider audiences with their brand of Japanese hospitality, advanced ordering technology and good quality meals at wallet-friendly prices.
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1 Harbourfront Walk
#02-153 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Very nice however they cut the salmon into small pieces. Would like it if they don’t cut them into small pieces. Free seating. Overall nice, worth trying.

Ordered the Hokkaido Butter Corn charshu ramen and pork cutlet Don. Both the pork was hard and covered with layer of fats. The noodle was blend. Heard that this was by Sushi-Teh so we give it a try. It was so disappointing. And it's not even "Hokkaido" standard.

I visited Hokkaido-ya once months ago but never made a return trip after trying their white curry ramen. As you can imagine, I didn’t enjoy that at all and felt it didn’t warrant a return trip. My colleague recommended Hokkaido-ya for the chirashi dons so I decided to give them another try.

Ordered the Aburi Mentaiko Salmon Bowl ($10.90++) from the self-ordering counter and waited about 15 minutes for our buzzer to buzz for collection. It’s quite popular during lunch time and they seemed to prepare the orders rather slowly but we had time so it was ok.

I was impressed with the amount of salmon, mentaiko and tobikko they provided. It was a really generous portion for $10.90 and it was pretty good quality too! The salmon cubes were fresh and well-torched on the surface, leaving some yummy sashimi texture below. The mentaiko was quite salty on its own, as expected, but blends in perfectly when mixed with the Japanese rice and aburi salmon. The tobikko and cucumber cubes added a refreshing crunch between mouthfuls too.

I’m glad I gave Hokkaido-ya another chance because I really enjoyed today’s meal! Kind of wish they had more veggies included but that’s Japanese food for you. Would add this into my rotation of restaurants when I’m at Vivo/Harbourfront!

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