40 Pasir Panjang Road
#02-36 Mapletree Business City
Singapore 117383

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Rare to find ochazuke at this price in Singapore. This comes with a bowl of rice topped with lots of salmon flakes, a few cucumbers and ikura, and a pot of a savoury green tea soup that you pour into the bowl of rice. There’s some seaweed in the rice and the combination of rice and soup is very tasty. I changed the onsen egg to a hanjuku egg for no additional charge.

Located in Mapletree Business City near Labrador Park MRT. It is generally crowded during meal times but the food is enough for 1 portion of lunch. Quality of food is good. Prices generally range between $12-$18. You can add on with the sides if you happen to be hungry!

Beef steak udon ($16) is one of the most unsatisfactory meals I've had ☹️. Beef was too chewy, udon is overcooked and udon soup is basically tasteless (prob utilized the water used to cook the udon). Should have went to Umi Sushi instead considering the price point.

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S$18 for generous serving. one of the better chirashi dons i have tried! would be back to try their other menus ❀️

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Food was great, with generous portion πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Hidden gem. Will be back to try out their other menus!

A pretty popular lunch spot in MBC, Kaisen Ichi serves up a decent selection of Donburi, Chazuke and Udon. And especially since I am currently working in the area, the bowls also perform well to satisfy my sudden craving for Japanese food.

With a slightly smaller portion to the no-frills donburi offered, their Dashi Chazuke comes with a pitcher of Green Tea Soup and runny onsen egg. To be eaten all together and have the rice steeping in the stock, I like having my Una Chazuke dry in the beginning and slowly adding in the tea bit by bit cause I like the salty-crunchy β€˜arare’, tiny rice cracker pellets or crumbled rice crackers along with the shredded nori.

A good rainy day comfort food. The light stock also serves to tie the elements together and the balanced blend would be great to have alone as well. At $12 each, there is nothing much to complain about.