134 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208852

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Wednesday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
04:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Don't miss this newly opened izakaya joint near Berseh Food Centre! Their menu might be small but they make it up with their value-for-money donburis. Priced affordably at $14.90, their Unagi Don was "adequately savoury & sweet teriyaki glaze" which "envelopes the half fillet of freshwater eel, and the simple yet savoury unagi shares the bowl space with an explosive onsen egg & some rice" and had Burppler Russell Leong thoroughly impressed. Other must orders include the Chicken Yaki Don ($14.90) and Mayo Karaage Don ($13.90). Finish off your meal with a pint of beer.

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Along Jalan Besar there’s this Japanese restaurant with beer bar, just opened recently near to Berseh Food Centre under a guest house.

They have an air-conditioned outdoor space where you could admire the sky while having your food, bites and drink.

Although I see most people came here for the beer and bar bites, but they also have some decent Japanese foods here.

The unagi don was done pretty well marinated, together with pickled and boiled egg. $14.90+

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large unagi don: unagi is really soft and delicious! however not the biggest fan of the consistency of the eggs as it was slightly overcooked and not runny
large pork don: above average dish but same comments about the eggs. overall, i thought both portions were a bit small for a large don

*do note that the 1 for 1 drinks are only for alcohol!

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✨ig: @hooyeats✨

went to try the dons from the newly-opened @kushiboysg 🍚✨ josh got the 🐷 𝙋𝙤𝙧𝙠 𝙆𝙖𝙩𝙨𝙪 𝘿𝙤𝙣 [$14.9] while i got the 🎣 𝙈𝙞𝙣𝙞 𝙐𝙣𝙖𝙜𝙞 𝘿𝙤𝙣 [$10.9]

the quality of the food was up to standard and i liked the simplicity of the menu! my grilled unagi had a nice touch of smokiness, complemented by the sweetness from the accompanying glaze. my only gripe is that the portion of the mini bowls is a bit too small for its price ($10.9 is a bit much for a meal in a soup bowl) 😕 i finished it in a few mouthfuls... so the moral of the story is to just pay $4 more for the decently sized bowl 👌🏻

Kushiboy’s nibbles are stunningly scrumptious. Their chicken nuggets, which may or may not be made in house, are absolutely transcendent. They are first sous vide to cook the chicken inside, then they are deep fried to palate pleasing perfection. The chicken meat inside is layered, almost like a meaty mille feuille, giving a unique texture & bite to the Kush’s nugs.⠀

Another improvement they could’ve done to the chicky nuggies was to serve it with generous globs of flavoured mayonnaise, such as curry mayo or yuzu mayo to really make these nugs lit af. Still, @kushiboysg is a very young restaurant with some time to make improvements to reach peak potential. For that reason, and for the $10 pints of beer, I’ll be back.

@kushiboysg is a brand new Japanese diner/watering hole at 134 Jalan Besar that’s all of two weeks old at time of writing. Their menu offerings are mundane, but the value is insane. Admittedly, this is a half sized bowl of unagi (freshwater eel) don that’s priced at $9.90, but the full sized bowl will set you back by...wait for it...a whopping $13.90. NETT. Yeah, it’s probably the cheapest unagi don around town, and it’s actually decently delicious.⠀

The adequately savoury & sweet teriyaki glaze envelopes the half fillet of freshwater eel, and the simple yet savoury unagi shares the bowl space with an explosive onsen egg & some rice. That’s it, but that’s all the nourishing nutrition you need to accompany your ten buck pint of Kirin or Asahi. I would’ve liked to see the chef season the rice or do something creative with it, like steaming the short grain rice with some sour plums for a little extra oomph, but that’s another thought for another time.

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