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695 East Coast Road
Singapore 459059

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Monday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Thursday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

Sunday:
06:00pm - 01:00am

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This is a lot spicier than it looks, but so tasty. 2 very large prawns top a tangle of spaghetti thoroughly mixed through with umami-rich hae bee hiam and crunchy lardons. It’ll tingle your taste buds for sure.

Taste: 3.5/5

6 Likes

Neighbourhood izakaya joint Iza puts their own local twist to many of the items on the menu, including their popular Otah Tamago which can be seen on many a table in the restaurant. Plush square parcels of egg ensconce soft squares of meaty, homemade otah with just a hint of mild spiciness, the perfect snack to go along with a frosty mug of beer or highball.

Taste: 3.5/5

2 Likes

Iza’s signature rice balls stuffed with hae bee hiam are suffused with flavour, but were slightly too dry and crumbly. Its texture might benefit from the use of a different variety of rice.

Taste: 3/5

3 Likes

The bright, fresh red of the housemade chilli slathered upon the unctuous eggplant made me wary, but I needn’t have worried, because the heat and spice were perfectly balanced. A pleasant bonus were the soft bulbs of garlic scattered atop, full of mellow, garlicky flavour.

Taste: 3.5/5

3 Likes

A serviceable rendition of an izakaya mainstay, but otherwise unremarkable. The side of chilli sauce served with the squid is blow your head off spicy though.

Taste: 2.5/5

3 Likes

Generously slathered in a zi char-esque sambal, it's nothing too crazy yet very satisfying with its huge portion. While the eggplant was grilled to softness and there were grill marks, the chili covered whatever smokiness it had. The element that piqued my interest, however, was the garlic which didn't taste of garlic at all, and had a unique texture somewhat similar to a mochi

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