335 Smith Street
#02-001 Chinatown Food Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm


11:30am - 04:30pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

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Huge piece of unagi for the lunch set. This stall sell various wallet friendly Japanese bentos.

I don't actively seek out unagi but I can appreciate cheap and good unagi. By my standards, which are probably very low, this was good at this price point. Smoky, addictive, yummy sauce.

Famed for their Unagi Set ($8) and pocket-friendly Jap food, I pondered for a while and decided to go for a dish that’s less commonly found - Yuzu Chicken Cutlet. It was crunchy on the outside and succulent on the inside. I love that slight zesty kick from the yuzu which left me craving for more.

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They served me a huge slab of Unagi in a long bento box. The unagi is glazed with their sauce. The meat was sweet from the sauce and very tender but there's so many small bones.. so it was abit weird when i was eating. The bones are totally edible though. 🍱🍱🍱🍱🍱


My favourite Japanese quick fix in Chinatown.

Whenever I’m near Chinatown Complex and craving Japanese, I’m sure to come to Kazan. It offers a whole range of bento boxes that’s really bang for your buck.

One of the top sellers is the chicken teriyaki set. In the set, you get a sizeable portion of crispy fried chicken doused in a sweet teriyaki sauce on a bed of shredded lettuce, julienned Japanese pickles, a potent miso soup, a dollop of kewpie mayo and of course, Japanese rice. I’m also amazed at how fluffy and loose the Japanese rice was that I could just eat it on its own. For $5, that’s really insane value.


Tucked away at one end of Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, this nondescript stall dishes up really quality Japanese rice bowls at a fraction of the price you'll pay in restaurants — we heard it's a favourite among office executives in the area. Burpple Tastemaker Jason Wong ordered the Katsudon ($5), which sees freshly fried crispy pork cutlets covered in still slightly runny scrambled egg, sweet katsu sauce, soft onion and nori strips, atop a mound of well-cooked short grain rice. While the cook may take awhile to get your dish ready, Jason assures us that it is worth the wait, for he could taste the care that goes into the food; the hospitable service from the friendly auntie was a nice bonus! Other dishes you may wish to try include the Ebi Don Set ($5.50) and the Unagi Set ($8).
Avg price: $5
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Jason Wong