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252 North Bridge Road
#B1-54 Raffles City
Singapore 179103










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Most people describe this place known for their custard puffs on burppler. But I was curious since tamagoyaki means grilled egg!

I finally figured out that there are three ways to order tamagoyaki - ala carte, bento and value bento.

Ala carte is a combi of 6 pieces of tamagoyaki with a protein - karaage, Kani, unagi, char siu etc. the amazing thing is you can ZENG your tamagoyaki with cheese or mentaiko for $2.90!! And you canโ€™t do that with the bento sets (at least not stated on the menu).

Bento comes with a protein, tamagoyaki and mushroom rice while super value bento comes with TWO proteins, tamagoyaki and mushroom rice. (Goes up to $14-15) my only grumble is where are the vegetables in the bento?? Canโ€™t be a balanced diet if you only have protein and carbs and no fibers..

Of course, the best value of all is burppleโ€™s offer of fry-yay bento for just $8!! Great if youโ€™re looking for a full meal.

For me, I just wanted a snack so I got the unagi tamagoyaki zeng-ed with cheese (YAY ๐Ÿ˜‹). The unagi was seasoned just the right touch of sweetness and grilled with a little caramelized char!! And it went surprisingly well with my cheesy tamagoyaki. Which was amazingly soft and the cheese was melty! Also, it is still tasty after you reheat it in the microwave! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Canโ€™t wait to try more variations and the mushroom rice!!

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Along with the signature tamagoyaki, there's also 2 pieces of chicken karaage (mine had 3 though ๐Ÿ˜), 1 croquette and 1 tempura ebi served on a bed of umami mushroom rice. Do be prepared to wait for 10-15 min (depending on the crowd too) as the ingredients are freshly prepared and deep fried upon order. Though sinful, the variety of deep fried elements were done to a crisp and well breaded exterior. The chicken karaage was tender and succulent whereas the tempura ebi was fresh and juicy, with a panko crusted crisp exterior. The croquette too as well, had a golden brown exterior down to perfect crispness, withholding smooth, creamy mash within. Along with fluffy and subtly sweet Japanese pan fried omelette (aka tamagoyaki), the mushroom rice was flavourful with a pleasant earthy note, comprising of shimeiji mushrooms embedded within. .
#burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice


Everyday at 8 dollars only๐Ÿ‘

Satisfied meal, thumbs up๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Mushroom rice, tamagoyaki, chicken karage, ebi Tempura, corn croquette.

Full of ingredients with only 8 dollars.

Faster try yours now. Small eater can share.


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A grab and go, bento/cream puff vendor. Tried the karage bento ($9.5).ย  The mushroom rice (think that was the name) was lowkey flavored, karaage is juicy and crispy, the eggs were silky, the pickles give some sweetness to it. 4/5

Koki Tamagoyaki at the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre is the first kiosk in Singapore to specialize in tamagoyaki (to my knowledge). There are various toppings and you can add Mushroom rice to make it a meal. Koki Tamagoyaki also sells Shuu by Koki, a Japanese choux puff that is available in 5 flavors. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

The Japanese omelette is fluffy and perfectly cooked. I'll definitely be back for more!

KOKI Tamagoyaki is a Japanese confectionary shop located at B1 of Raffles City. Desserts on display are known as Shuu aka Choux Puffs. 4 flavours were available: Matcha, Black Sesame, Raspberry Rose and Vanilla, each priced at $4.30. Each Shuu is piped with a generous amount of custard filling within a thin layer of crispy croquant. OMG these are so goodddddd and satisfying!

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Mushroom rice, 3 pieces of tamagoyaki and 2 side dishes for $14.80. This has a good combination of flavours and it tasted great too ๐Ÿ˜‹


Japanese Egg Omelette and Braised Pork Belly. Sadly the picture didn't show the hearty mushroom rice hidden below. For less than $12, this pack of rice, egg and pork could feed 2 pax. Loved every bite. .
I even got their cream puff for tea break!!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

Can never resist the sweet Japanese omelette when I see one, but I guess I'll be able to resist this one after all. Though it was soft and moist, it didn't quite possess that sweet, umami flavour of a good dashi stock. The jet black squid ink tempura ebi looked really tempting, but I was craving unagi that day. Safe choice methinksโ€”it wasn't the bony kind and didn't taste fishy at all. The real letdown was the mushroom rice though (+$2), which was dry and rather bland. The only thing I'll return for would be their delicious Choux Puffs.

I had the tonkatsu bento, which came with a piece of tamago, mushroom rice and tonkatsu drizzled in teriyaki sauce. The mushroom rice reminded me a bit of sapo(?) fan, but it was slightly dry. Tonkatsu was alright, was a little disappointed they didn't allow add on of mentaiko/cheese for bentos, only ala carte. The egg wasn't as fluffy as expected. Overall, I felt it was rather mediocre and did not live up to the hype. My friend's pork belly was dry as well. I will give it another chance and try the Kani mayo, but for now I don't think it's worth $10. The puffs, on the other hand are pretty good! More about that in my next post.


Stronger than ever, my love for tamagoyaki has only grown deeper with my trips to Japan especially after having some great dashimaki there and now I can finally get a quick fix at Koki Tamagoyaki.

A takeaway kiosk, their signature item - Dashimaki Tamago follows the classic recipe of eggs, dashi, mirin, sugar and shoyu (Japanese soy sauce). Refined and delicate, the soft block of eggs was certainly simple yet satisfying. And for something different, do opt for their tamagoyaki served with distinct toppings and various fillings.

Having the Braised Japanese Cha Shu ($9.90) and Kani Tobiko ($10.70), both were good with the warm, lightly sweet and lusciously fluffy eggs, However, my pick would definitely be the former as while the latter was paired with a generous portion of creamy crab chunks salad and tobiko which gave a nice savoury burst; overall the dish came across as a tad fishy. Hence, I would recommend the tender slabs of braised shoyu Cha Shu that were marinated perfectly with bold flavours and went superbly well with the mushroom rice (additional $2).


Not sure if I can actually finish this whole box myself cause it borders on the very fine line of being fishy and not, but it was still undoubtedly shiok to eat mouthfuls of crabmeat with that warm, soft and fluffy tamago! Each order comes with a slab of tamago thatโ€™s made fresh daily, 3 full scoops of crab chunks salad topped with aonori (seaweed) and crunchy tobiko.

So I am suppose to wake up at 4am for my early morning flight. Yet here I am, lying in bed and all I can think about is the steaming hot slab of lusciously moist tamago I had two days ago. It even came with deliciously cooked teriyaki chicken thigh as well. I never expected oishii-ness to reach such a level of distraction! ๐Ÿ˜†

I enjoyed the dashi based tamago and the tender braised chashu combination that brought so much comfort to dish. Perfect therapy to power through a day of work. Add rice if you're looking for something even more filling!

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