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252 North Bridge Road
#03-28A Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The special chirashi bowl was overflowing with goodness and yummies! Not a fancy place like mikuni next door, but a good fix for sushi and sashimi (:

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This was a delicious colorful bowl with chunks of fresh seafood. There is an abundant portion of seafood provided. The seafood is not really melt in your mouth texture, more on the chewy side, but still fresh and enjoyable.

The restaurant is situated at Raffles City, and while the price has increased since Chevron House days, the seafood still remains fresh and tasty.

The restaurant features an intimate seating where you can see other diners while you are eating, if you are seated at the bar.

You still have to pay $1 more for brown rice.

Omg it is damn good! I will come back soon. Love the beancurd century egg and pork cheeks

From the new Koji Sushi Bar that had recently opened its doors at Raffles City Shopping Centre, replacing the lesser known Cedele outlet located at Level 3 of the mall.

Available exclusively at this outlet and only limited to 20 portions a day, the Tokubetsu Don features premium cuts of sashimi, Nagaimo Tororo (Japanese Mountain Yam paste), and a wobbly egg yolk sitting atop a bed of short-grain rice. Sliced in pretty chunky portions, the sashimi carried a good bite; there were enough sashimi to go along with the serving of rice beneath, and the sashimi slices being sized appropriately to ensure one could taste the freshness and flavours of the fish with a good portion of the rice beneath. While all the sashimi slices were amazingly fresh, the Uni was the most memorable; none of that fishy, funky flavour — just sweet, buttery and smooth. The Nagaimo Tororo sits beneath the egg yolk; helps to provide some moisture to the bowl whilst giving a slight sweetness and earthiness — mix in with the egg yolk for a silkier touch. The price tag of $29.00++ may not be affordable for all, but certainly a bowl that was pretty much a steal considering the addition of Uni and the overall quality; comes with salad and soup on the side as well.

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Being a fan of the Pickering Street branch of Koji Sushi Bar, I was happy to know that a new branch was opening at Raffles City.
When I heard of their tokubetsu don, all the more I decided I had to pay a visit. You can scroll to the second pic to see what it consists of (sorry the pic is a little blur)! The ingredients sounded so awesome that I just had to give it a try. Just like their kaisen don which I usually have, there was a choice of white or brown rice, and I chose the brown rice as I always do. When the bowl arrived, it was smaller than I had expected. Unlike how it looks in photos, it is closer to the size of a chinese restaurant rice bowl than that of a typical don. I was a little worried that P would be hungry, but surprisingly he said he was full enough (but maybe it’s cos he ate breakfast and lunch was early haha). The portion was fine for me, and I think it helped that the bowl was packed very tightly. In fact, it was so filled to the brim that the egg overflowed when I prodded it. The sashimi was, as always, fresh and I enjoyed every mouthful, especially the sea urchin and fatty tuna (my fav!!). Only thing I didn’t really like was the Japanese mountain yam actually. This was in fact my first time having it, and the slippery sticky layer under the bed of sashimi wasn’t really to my liking. I guess it belongs to the type of thing u either like or quite dislike. I personally felt that it made the rice too mushy and slightly affected the original taste of the sashimi. Perhaps if I have the tokubetsu don again I will request not to include that. Overall, this was still a very good bowl:) #sgfood #sgfoodlover #sgfoodtrend #sgfoodporn #sgfoodstagram #foodphotography #sgfooddiary #sgfoodies #sgfoodblogger #instafoodsg #foodsg #foodiesg #sgeats #sgrestaurant #sgjapanesefood #japanesefood #sashimi #sashimiricebowl #ikura #uni #otoro #fattytuna #japanesedon #tokubetsudon #burpple

The portion of this gyudon is pretty decent, where you get tender slices of the beef topped with an onsen egg. Not much surprises in terms of flavour though.

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