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150 Orchard Road
#03-16 Orchard Plaza
Singapore 238841

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

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Rice bowl with chicken and eggs

Delicious... best dish of the meal.

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From Kai Yakitori, which had moved into the premises of now-defunct Otowa at Orchard Plaza.

Whilst serving up pretty stellar Yakitori sticks, the Oyako Don at Kai Yakitori is a true stunner of its own β€” a dish that is almost a game changer in its own right. Coming in a portion slightly smaller than usual at $10++, the Oyako Don is unlike another. Sitting above the pearly, short-grained rice is the egg and chicken simmered in dashi broth as well as a sous-vide egg; the former being all runny and flavourful with a distinct note of the dashi broth that's absolutely delicious with its savouriness β€” the chicken chunks being all tender and succulent while incredibly flavoursome. The sous-vide egg was also amazingly fresh and runny as well; the yolk carrying its own natural flavours pretty evidently. Really enjoyed the Yakitori sticks and the produce used in the food served here; the Oyako Don being really on point and to die for. A pretty divine bowl that changes the perceptkon of the Oyako Don of the usually simple, comforting dish into a gourmet variant, and one that I am most likely to develop specific cravings for pretty soon β€” a must try!πŸ‘Œ


Would you try this? I first had chicken sashimi in Japan, and I love it very much. I like that it's smooth, firm, yet it could be cut through with the teeth very easily. So imagine my excitement when I saw it at Kai Yakitori, which took over the space from the previous Otowa.
Compared to the ones I had in Japan, this should be much easier to stomach, as it's served in an acidic sauce. Still very good, and I ordered two bowls of this.
Don't try this at home: Only very few chicken meat can be eaten raw. Those from our markets and supermarkets must be cooked.
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