18 Tai Seng Street
#01-33 18 Tai Seng
Singapore 539775

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Among all the restaurants at 18 Tai Seng, Kinzan-Ya is one of the Japanese restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating.

While they have value set for lunch and dinner, they do have other choices as well; especially if you looking for a full meal.

The unagi tofu bento comes in a big bento size with sufficient portion of Japanese rice. 3 pieces of juicy unagi paired with cold tofu. $21.80++

You can add $4.90 set a to complete your meal with canned drink, sushi, chawanmushi and fruit.

It was quite nice for the price... it was worth it, just a lot of onions.
Used 1-for-1 Burpple app.

price was reasonable due to burpple beyond if not it is not worth the go at all, food was beyond par sadly. Would not recommend to go without burpple beyond

we weren’t allowed to use burpple at all because we didn’t “notify them that we were using burpple before ordering”. they could have been more flexible with the burpple usage. we came all the way down to Tai Seng in hopes to use our burpple vouchers. and not only that, the staffs were rlly VERY RUDE and not accommodating at all. Will never come again


I came here twice because it was convenient and we weren’t really hungry. 1st round (not in photo): ebi/shrimp don, katsu/friend pork cutlet don, spicy chicken ramen, kitsune udon. 2nd round: sliced pork belly don, char siew ramen, sliced beef Japanese curry. The dons and Japanese curry were good, decent portion, sufficient ingredients and good taste. I especially enjoyed the ebi tamago don, maybe the fried egg gave more flavor. The sliced pork belly don was not bad, although I felt the pork was on the drier side. All the ramen and udon weren’t great, broth is quite plain and the portion and ingredients were little in general. The kistune udon (u.p. $13++) is just udon noodles and fried tofu. The char siew slices were not bad though, very soft and tender. Overall, without 1 for 1, I wouldn’t come back here as it’s too pricey for the amount and quality you’re getting.


Their tempura is very good. Crispy, not oily and the prawns are really fresh. A la carte tempura is not available 1-1 tho.,

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