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For what it is worth, the bowl do serve generosity. Fresh salmon slices, topped with a huge dollop of mentai, torches just a notch to bring out the flavours. And finally sprinkled with dried rice seasoning, and voila, a don that satisfy the masses with its price point and its appeal to the masses.
Great for people who needs a quick meal, because you can’t really linger around, the minute you’re done.m as the owner would chase you out (and totally understandable, the stall is small).

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I can’t get enough of these 5 thick slabs of salmon belly. So smooth, melty and absolutely divine. Priced at $16/plate, I think it’s really value for money for what I’m getting. (Basically popping 2-3 slices into your mouth from other restaurants).

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SHIMA HOKKE TEISHOKU
Grilled Atka Mackerel Set
$14.90 SGD

For those who needs a complete meal, this restaurant (located in various part of Singapore) is the place to be. My personal Favourite is this Shima Hokke set, that is totally value for its money, and utterly moist , flaky and firm. At its price point, you are served with whole fish, grilled to perfection. Smoky and light, perfect for those who is on diet, or healthy living. Do be wary of bones, but a small hazard to an otherwise full meal.

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Thick slab of aburi slices of fishes on top of a bed of fluffy Japanese rice, is my kind of dinner. And that melt-in-the-mouth beef aburi sushi, certainly hit all the right notes. Thanks Bernard once more.

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The only place to go, for a quiet dinner, and superb food. Take this grilled Ebi mentai ($25). Chunky tiger prawns and mushroom, grilled to perfection on a scallop shell. The mentai sauce, well-flavoured without being too jelly, and honestly being singaporean, anything mentai is always a sure win. Not to mention, Bernard is generous when it come with portions.

Probably one of the better silky-smooth chawamushi, that I have ever tasted in Singapore. You can tell that they strain the egg mixture, before steaming it. Definitely a must have, when you're here.

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Crowded, even til late. The sushi restaurant is run by a very experienced Japanese Chef whose knife skills is amazing. The sashimi slices are very fresh, and thick. But what is really interesting, is Toni Sushi have a special soy sauce for sashimi, and sushi. The sashimi soy sauce is lighter in colour, and saltier, whereas the sushi soy sauce is a heavier, darker in colour, and a hint of sweetness to the soy sauce. And honestly, I thought it went well with the rice. Clean atmosphere, and friendly staff (although understaffed), would definitely make come back for more dinners.

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Clear dashi konbu stock soup, a dash of soy sauce with kelp and seaweed and a good dose of sweet, well-clean (not a single grain imbedded) Manila clams.
Perfect for a cold nights, or just because you love clams. I highly recommend it.

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Thick slices of salmon belly, that's so fresh, it literally to die for. Melty and soft, like butter in your mouth. You know that you had it good and legit when it's this mouth-watering. And also at the cool price of $28/plate, it is a little steep but forgivable for rare indulgence.

Charred and pink, delightfully tender, those beef slices are gorgeously lie on a bed of Japanese rice, that may I add freshly de-husked upon ordering and air-flown from Japan. But honestly, the star would have to be the divine braised daikon. Literally, melt in the mouth, soft like tofu, bringing heaven closer to the heart. That onsen egg, runny and wobbly, making the rice smoother and creamier.
And now with so many beef bowl around, this bowl is certainly one of the better one.

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If you have weird eating hours like me (like having dinner at 4.30pm), then head down to Ichiban Sushi. From 3-5.30pm, and at $5.90 you are able to have relatively full meal.
Their Ishiyaki ankake (rice in hot stone bowl), serve a decent portion that come with a side of pickles, soup and a drink. Although, I must say their proportion is like 65% rice, 35% ingredients. But anyhow you can't complain when the price is so darn affordable at $5.90.
Taste-wise, well seasoned, but on the lighter side (maybe because I chose the Ishiyaki Asari Ankake). Refreshing, with a taste of the sea with its salt sauce.
Not too bad, I reckon really.

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Many always seemed to forgo this outlet, because of the "healthy" outlook, the rice always seemed to give. But I personally like it a lot. The red bean glutinous rice is very light, but extremely gorgeous in terms of texture, and flavour. Steamed right through, the wooden crate of goodness still maintain its soft, chewy texture throughout, in each and every grain. The portion is great for one pax, and honestly it's quite filling for a decent meal with a side of pickles and soup. When you are there, try their seasonal rice which is usually heavier flavour (great for anyone who need a bang in taste). And right now on their menu, is their Wagyu steamed rice, which is phenomena. Had to grab a few mouthful of the steamed glutinous rice from my Mother just cause I couldn't resist. And those mere mouthful were gorgeous. Obvious piece of beef in between the grains, savoury with enough salt but yet light and not oily. Wonderful on its own that you wouldn't need any side pairing.

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