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190 Middle Road
#03-01 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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Saturday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Easily our favourite dish of the night. The crunch on these pieces of karaage was great, with the tender meat retaining its juiciness. Seasoned really well too!

Izakaya Hikari is new on Burpple Beyond and there’s 1 for 1 for their mains.

3 Likes

One portion comes with 2 sticks! These were lightly seasoned and grilled nicely.

Izakaya Hikari is new on Burpple Beyond and there’s 1 for 1 for their mains.

1 Like

Was too sweet on the first few sips until the ice settled in to dilute it a bit. Still pretty refreshing!

Izakaya Hikari is new on Burpple Beyond and there’s 1 for 1 for their mains.

2 Likes

Checked out this cozy izakaya tucked on the 3rd floor of Fortune Centre last weekend! The menu has a pretty good variety - from appetisers, to yakimono, grilled dishes, fried items and a number of mains. I love natto and was really happy to see Natto Udon available. It’s topped simply with an egg, spring onions and seaweed. Udon was the thin and chewy sort that I like most!

Izakaya Hikari is new on Burpple Beyond and there’s 1 for 1 for their mains.

1 Like

From Izakaya Hikari; a fairly new Japanese establishment located at Level 3 of Fortune Centre which had taken over the former premises of now-defunct Gokoro Concept Bar just slightly before the Circuit Breaker had begin.

Running a 20% off promotion for both dine-in and takeaways currently, the Salmon Mentaiko Donburi Set comes at S$15.10 after discount, with the set also including a drink (soft drinks or green tea), side salad, and Miso Soup.

The Salmon Mentaiko Donburi is pretty decent here; coming with salmon sashimi slices that has been drenched in Mentaiko mayonnaise which has been flame-torched over a bed of Japanese short-grain rice, there was portion of fish and rice was pretty fair, allowing for one to enjoy a little bit of fish with the rice beneath. The salmon slices were pretty fresh; umami from the Mentaiko mayonnaise whilst also carrying a slight smokiness. Accompanied with a myriad of Japanese pickles, the pickles add an assortment of crunch and tang to provide the dish with ample contrast in terms of flavour and a refreshing note to balance between the Mentaiko-drenched fish and rice; the knob of wasabi also provided a numbing kick that takes off some of the heaviness in the flavours of the bowl as well. The side salad was pretty fresh and crunchy, featuring leafy greens and cherry tomatoes tossed in vinaigrette; also rather refreshing, while the Miso Soup that came on the side was also fairly decent.

A place that is worth considering to lunch at for those looking for a quiet spot in the area given its rather remote location in the building — they are also on GrabFood, if dining-in isn’t quite your thing right now.

3 Likes
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