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9 Sentul Crescent
#02-02 SAFRA Punggol
Singapore 828654

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

PRICE: Salmon Don $20
(Thank goodness for 1-for-1)

WAITING TIME: 5 minutes max on a Friday mid-afternoon (we were the only two customers in the restaurant)

- I sincerely hope no one pays the full price of $20 here for 6 slices of salmon, two tablespoons of ikura, and half a bowl of rice. Really. Not. Worth. It.
- Salmon didn't taste exactly fresh
- Not sure why a proper full-fledged Japanese restaurant that charges GST and service charge provides its customers disposable wooden chopsticks instead of proper chopsticks

WILL WE RETURN? Highly unlikely

Probably came from a ready-made frozen pack, but that doesnโ€™t mean itโ€™s bad! I liked how the icy vanilla ice cream felt against the firmer and denser swirls of azuki. Furthermore, the thin layer of chocolate separating filling from wafer was a nice touch!


The last time I had this was at some hot spring village in Japan, where exactly Iโ€™ve forgotten. The sauce wasnโ€™t as authentic as Iโ€™d have liked, but the egg itself was certainly well done. Whites were soft and quivery, encapsulating a gelatinous yolk that oozed out slowly upon it being popped. Worth it for the price!


Pardon my unculturedness, but there are days where I particularly enjoy elaborate, generously topped, western-style maki that come with an inner deep-fried tempura filling. The ingredients certainly arenโ€™t top quality, but I would liken this to fast food; a form of guilty indulgence that is both sufficiently savoury and filling. Sure, one may scoff at these low brow offerings, but Iโ€™ll definitely be back for my nacho cheese fix! ๐Ÿ˜‚


Just the sight of this mess is enough to put me off! Greyish tuna came in odd shapes (arousing suspicion that unwanted cuts were used), strewn haphazardly across the plate. A feeble attempt at plating can be detected from the strip of ikura and green onions. Anyway, the tuna bits were served at room temperature, with a grainy disintegrated texture that made me barf. Blargh!


A very elaborate set-up, that actually works to keep the tea warm! The tea itself came in a bag containing brown rice grains and green tea leaves. What shone through most was the taste of green tea which was accompanied by a lighter and milder note of brown rice. Very ordinary, I just find the set up impressive.