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Shawn Loh
Shawn Loh
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The menu comprises of various Vietnamese, Thai and Indonesian dishes, with this Ayam Buah Keluak playing it beginner level in terms of earthy authenticity. The titular black jewels are stuffed with minced chicken and (interestingly) vermicelli for your scrappy, denutting pleasure.

The white tuna possessed a remarkably Lurpak-esque oily butteriness as well as Longchamp levels of luxurious softness, whilst elsewhere the light marinate lended some spicy saltiness to the proceedings. 4.1/5

I observed that “(w)hilst Man Man’s unagi was baby buttock soft to the bite, Uya Singapore’s unagi was more NSF-recruit buttock firm to the crunch...”

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Other types of rice bowls presently available include their Short Rib Bowl and Chicken Black Pepper Bowl, while elsewhere the coffee offerings include bottled cold brew coffee (both black and white) and the usual coffee staples.

The sole reason why most people would visit Uya Singapore in its initial month would likely be to compare its offerings to that of the colossally popular Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant, and the similarities are there...but which was better overall?

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The sole reason why most people would visit Uya Singapore in its initial month would likely be to compare its offerings to that of the colossally popular Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant, and the similarities are there...but which was better overall?

Read more on the website, link on bio etc.