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Succumbing to everything Japanese.
Wei Zhi Chiang
Wei Zhi Chiang

Kinobe’s known for their affordable donburi bowls at Amoy and they’ve added new items on the menu. New meats, toppings, and mentaiko! Took away 4 bowls for lunch - mentaiko salmon, pork, smoked duck and chicken. Found the pork slices a touch tough, but the smoked duck and chicken were nicely chunky and tender. Our favourite was the salmon that came in two pretty thick slabs and done just right. Was surprised by how rich the thick mentaiko topping was and they were very generous with it, along with the standard combination of sides of mushrooms, seaweed and an oozy onsen egg.

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Other than their Agedashi Goma Tofu ($7.80), this was our other favourite dish of the meal there. So glad their century egg tofu came generously covered in century egg sauce. The sauce was flavourful and had good bits of century egg, crab stick and roe for added texture. A tad bit pricey though.

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Yes, that’s parmesan cheese! It was a surprisingly pretty harmonious combination here. The mentaiko wasn’t actually very strong though, but they were generous with the fresh and thick slices of aburi salmon. Similar to our other bowl, was a pity that the rice was too soft. Hopefully they will improve on that quickly - really feel that this spot has great potential!

What a gorgeous and thoughtfully put together bara chirashi bowl! Though it was a huge pity that the rice was a tad too soft, the mix sashimi chunks were fresh, quality and came in a good portion - there was actually more sashimi than rice here. Enjoyed the variety and fun textures all in one bowl, especially the extra crunch from the sakura ebi. Menu’s big, just the number of dons they have will leave you stuck from choosing 😂 House of Chirashi is a cozy 9-seater spot tucked in East Village, so be sure to drop them a text at 81666823 to reserve before going down. It’s a bit far for me as a westie, but will def be back to try their other items.

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Izakaya dinner at Yorimichi Yakitori, tucked in a quieter corner of Golden Mile Tower. Menu and drinks were quite limited and prices are more on the steep end, but those we had were pretty good (skip the garlic rice) - favourites of our meal were the Century Egg Tofu ($7.80) and this crunchy agedashi goma tofu dressed in sesame sauce with a soft mochi-like texture inside.

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These were a little fatty but in a good way 😂 The chicken chunks were juicy and fried very well for that great crunch. Balsamic mayo had a touch of appetising tang.

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Skip this as the garlic butter unfortunately tasted off. Scallop itself was decent.

The salmon came in a pretty thick cut, but we weren’t really a fan of the sweet chilli sauce it came with on top. A pity that it was too overpowering.

Magic Touch recently took over Sushi Express’ outlet in CityLink Mall! Hits and misses from what we ordered, perhaps they need a bit more time to make tweaks. Preferred this red shrimp that was pretty fresh and fleshy, the Snow Crab Gunkan ($3) and Cheesy Fried Rice Cake ($3.50).

There’s a 10% discount off the bill from now till 27th August, and a number of promotion dishes on 28th when they officially open.

Enjoyed this dashi broth that was spruced up with scallion, coriander and a good kick of spice. Clams were fresh and pretty plump. A good sharing dish to have!

When you’re here, don’t forget the 1 for 1 mains available on Burpple Beyond!

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Went for their seasonal mentai mayo salmon, all 7 colors and furikake + tobiko as garnish with lemon herb quinoa as the base. Toppings and salmon were fresh, though the mentai mayo sauce wasn’t the most distinct - the only other flavour I’ve tried is their shoyu salmon and I prefer that more. It’s a healthy and tasty bowl that came in a surprisingly filling portion!

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Always love having okonomiyaki for the variety of textures and flavours, and Ajiya does theirs very well! The Ajiya Combo lets you pick any 3 ingredients among their seafood, meat and vegetable toppings. We had the prawn + smoked duck + kimchi. Would say to skip the smoked duck, as they were cut a little small and weren’t as distinct overall. Other than that, it was comforting and well seasoned! We’ll surely be back to try other combinations.

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