200 Victoria Street
#02-50 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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super generous portions and I extremely love the spicy options for the sauce, really enhances the flavor and makes it very unique compared to other typical tempura restaurants! 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

The portion given was really sufficient and the set meal for $3 is worth it with their chawanmushi and miso soup.

The chicken was crispy with egg and rice. $10.90++

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Really very worth a visit.
The portions are quite large for the price point and stuffed with a lot of "liao". With a generous amount of spicy sweet sauce (can customise the spiciness level) and also the batter is crispy and not too starchy. Their chirashi don is also very nice and fresh and I would definitely be back to try the rest.

I liked how the crispy bits of tempura crumbs added a contrasting texture to that creamy mouthfeel. All in all, it was really tasty and comforting.

The Japanese Fried Rice starts from $10.90.

Chahan is typically served as a ‘side dish’ as part of an extensive menu at many Japanese restaurants here, so great to find this item taking centre stage.

Kogane Yama’s Hokkaido-style ramen features springy noodles with fried cabbage in miso soup enriched with pork bones.

Typically you would find loads of bean sprouts in Sapporo / Hokkaido ramens, but their take includes fried cabbage instead.

The vegetables (and then broth) fried under high heat, imparts that touch of smokiness, ’wok-hei’, and natural-sweetness.

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The batter comprises of Japanese tempura flour and fish seasoning, then deep-fried in soybean and sesame oil.

I noted that the batter was crisper and lighter than before, and learnt that the recipe has been further fine-tuned recently.

The eggy chilli crab sauce is then poured over for a luscious finish. As a little suggestion, I thought that a spicier tentsuyu sauce would have made this more shiok.

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