IZY FOOK

1764 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
What We Love
  • Beyond: 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$19)
  • Dim with neon-lighting and pop art
  • Cantonese- and Japanese-inspired dishes on Club Street
  • A5 Kagoshima Wagyu Fried Rice, Char Siew Platter, Superior Prawn Mee Pok

27 Club Street
Singapore 069413

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

Saturday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

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

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

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

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

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Reviews

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A very belated post on a celebratory meal to conclude 2020. The chosen destination? A sensationalised F&B outlet co-owned by a radio DJ personnel, as we learnt. But food and taste comes first, and out of the 4 small sides 3 big plates we had there were clear favourites while others came short of being spectacular.

The table’s favourite was the Sakura Pork Ribs, coming in a fancy Chinese claypot, made of earthenware? I’m too amateur to tell. Regardless it housed large ribs with fall off the bone tender meat - good enough that it becomes a sin to have leftovers.
My next favourite would be the Begedil and Karaage. Given that it is difficult to go wrong with fried food, the former was a premium edition with delicious beef stuffing of the potato snack I was introduced to when grabbing lunch with my Muslim colleagues around our office. The latter is a straightforward favourite done well as expected given the price point 😬

Other dishes we had: the “Hangover” Stew and Iberico Red Curry was too salty for my colleagues palate but favor filled for me, instead I was dismayed by the tough Iberico meat- wasn’t this a premium cut that should deliver?

We also had the Madai Coconut Ceviche (which I found hard to appreciate but tasty nonetheless) and the tiger prawn ramen (which was good but a reminder that Izy Fook is not a ramen speciality store which we were a dime of a dozen on our little red dot).

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A very belated post on a celebratory meal to conclude 2020. The chosen destination? A sensationalised F&B outlet co-owned by a radio DJ personnel, as we learnt. But food and taste comes first, and out of the 4 small sides 3 big plates we had there were clear favourites while others came short of being spectacular.

The table’s favourite was the Sakura Pork Ribs, coming in a fancy Chinese claypot, made of earthenware? I’m too amateur to tell. Regardless it housed large ribs with fall off the bone tender meat - good enough that it becomes a sin to have leftovers.
My next favourite would be the Begedil and Karaage. Given that it is difficult to go wrong with fried food, the former was a premium edition with delicious beef stuffing of the potato snack I was introduced to when grabbing lunch with my Muslim colleagues around our office. The latter is a straightforward favourite done well as expected given the price point 😬

Other dishes we had: the “Hangover” Stew and Iberico Red Curry was too salty for my colleagues palate but favor filled for me, instead I was dismayed by the tough Iberico meat- wasn’t this a premium cut that should deliver?

We also had the Madai Coconut Ceviche (which I found hard to appreciate but tasty nonetheless) and the tiger prawn ramen (which was good but a reminder that Izy Fook is not a ramen speciality store which we were a dime of a dozen on our little red dot).

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A very belated post on a celebratory meal to conclude 2020. The chosen destination? A sensationalised F&B outlet co-owned by a radio DJ personnel, as we learnt. But food and taste comes first, and out of the 4 small sides 3 big plates we had there were clear favourites while others came short of being spectacular.

The table’s favourite was the Sakura Pork Ribs, coming in a fancy Chinese claypot, made of earthenware? I’m too amateur to tell. Regardless it housed large ribs with fall off the bone tender meat - good enough that it becomes a sin to have leftovers.
My next favourite would be the Begedil and Karaage. Given that it is difficult to go wrong with fried food, the former was a premium edition with delicious beef stuffing of the potato snack I was introduced to when grabbing lunch with my Muslim colleagues around our office. The latter is a straightforward favourite done well as expected given the price point 😬

Other dishes we had: the “Hangover” Stew and Iberico Red Curry was too salty for my colleagues palate but favor filled for me, instead I was dismayed by the tough Iberico meat- wasn’t this a premium cut that should deliver?

We also had the Madai Coconut Ceviche (which I found hard to appreciate but tasty nonetheless) and the tiger prawn ramen (which was good but a reminder that Izy Fook is not a ramen speciality store which we were a dime of a dozen on our little red dot).

Izy Fook is a mod-sin izakaya by the folks behind Roast Paradise and a couple of radio DJs.

There is a #burpplebeyond promotion but your options kinda limited to a few of their small plates and their prawn ramen.

The tiger prawn ramen was surprisingly good. Both @jooeunchung and I loved the hearty broth but the portions are way too small. It was kinda odd to have sakura ebi in the dish though.

Its alright with for 1-for-1 promotion but I will probably not be back if it costs $25+++ per bowl.

The seating area was at the back of the restaurant, I felt like I was entering Narnia. The server was really nice and explained the Burpple deal to us. We got the Tiger Prawn Ramen and Grilled Chicken which cost $33 with 1-for-1.

Used Burpple 1 for 1 for this!
We chose the Tiger Prawn Ramen for our first dish (in my other review) and the other dish that was part of the 1 for 1 deal was the Kuwayaki chicken: Binchotan-grilled juicy chicken thigh topped with spring onions, sesame seeds and togarashi. Simple dish but executed well. I liked that It wasn’t seasoned too much but still brought out the natural flavour of the grilled chicken. $18 for this originally which honestly is a pretty pricey dish.

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