41 Boat Quay
Singapore 049830

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Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

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Definitely not your usual ice cream sandwich. I can’t deny the fact that we ordered because it was an instagrammable dessert. Sandwiched between crispy biscuit that somewhat felt like taco shells, the lightly sweetened sour cream was a good complement to the cherries soaked in sake, where you get a fresh twist of different flavors on a traditional ice cream. Garnished with dried rose petals. Could come across as a rather floral dessert that not everyone might enjoy.

One of the highlights at JU95 that you should not miss is the Grilled Baby Squid Donabe, served in a Japanese claypot. As we started tossing, I could already smell the seafood flavours coming through from the grilled baby squid and umami ikura. The umami taste was further accentuated by the shimeji mushroom, and of course when the ikura starts popping in your mouth. The baby squid was nicely grilled with a hint of char. What was unique was the Seaweed Schmaltz , consisting rendered chicken fat, that boosted the overall taste and aroma.

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Smoked American cheddar, fermented red cabbage, onion & capsicum relish

Thick, toasted brioche gloriously buttered and flavoured. The two thick toasts were layered with fermented red cabbage (tasted somewhat like coleslaw), onion and capsicum relish (sweet!) the star of the sando - smoked beef brisket, was tenderlicious and well smoked. They were off-the-fork tender. They were sliced thickly, similar to the likes of Chinese dongpo meat. As the smoked beef brisket were sliced in squares, there were pockets of the sandwich that ended up being ‘hollow’. Here’s not saying they were miserly with the brisket! Each square was rather substantial in thickness. It would have been ideal if the smoked brisket were shredded and spread out evenly across the toast. The capsicums added a nice crisp in between bites - it cuts through the savouriness of the meaty profile, in a good way. Due to the stronger-tasting marinade and beef brisket, the flavours from the smoked American cheddar didnt quite come out strongly. Yay for those who’re not a fan of cheese but nay for those who’re looking to the cheesylicious experience from a good cheeseburger

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Parmesan custard | Bonito egg yolk

Tapas-sized portion, this was delicately presented on a wooden board. We were wowed at the first sight. The charcoal-coloured cuboid is made out of potato - not think chunky potato but somewhat like a hash brown/ mushy textured potato. As I tried slicing it with my knife, I thought I saw rosti-like potato strips. Sitting atop the charcoal toast is a generous portion of melted parmesan custard and thin bonito flakes. The colour contrast was appealing to the eyes, the tastebuds and yes, it tasted as amazing as it looks.Must-order!

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Kombu cream| Spicy garlic miso| Furikake

WOW. This blew us off! My non-veggie sister was extremely pleased that there’s no any ‘veggie taste’ in the well seasoned veggie. Each floret was grilled thoroughly, with black, charred prints on the underside. Well.. on this, some might feel that it’s a cancer risk. The charred aroma (if you appreciate such flavour) made this dish seem like a cauliflower chip. The Kombu cream and spicy garlic miso further elevated the simple veggie dish with much umami. The creaminess of the puree-like mix of saltiness and spice brought a welcoming mix of texture to the crunchy cauliflower, and definitely an out-of-the-ordinary taste to the otherwise ordinary cauliflower.

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Seasoned with JU95 curry spice, the crispy battered baby squid crunchies is one snack that’s rather addictive and will probably be a good choice to pair with alcohol. The avocado and yogurt dip served by the side cuts the greasiness with its subtle sourness and fresh creaminess.

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