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Jap Everyday! Let's Go

The only cuisine I can have everyday without getting sick of!
Victoria Hii
Victoria Hii
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Semi grilled assorted fish cube, avocado & cucumber.

Chirashi is always fun to eat when you have a good mix of fish. Bonus points for the tasty nori seasoned sushi rice! They added unagi & tamago as well!

Semi grilled salmon, raw salmon, spicy salmon minced and salmon roe.

Love the flavorful seaweed seasoning mixed into the sushi rice! Appreciate it when restaurants go the extra mile with the rice. Together with the generous amount and variety of salmon.

This was really good value for the price!

Star dish of the night! So glad to be introduced to this place, now I am able to feed my inner gyoza monster on a regular basis.

I am nuts about all kinds of dumplings -potstickers, gyozas, raviolis, mandus you name it.

I have a slight preference for gyozas due to the thinner skins used.

This gyoza is boiled unlike the usual pan fried ones, and served in a light soy sauce, sesame oil & vinegar blend (reminded me of ηΊ’ζ²ΉζŠ„ζ‰‹ but not spicy!) topped with a lot of spring onion and sesame. The filling was very wholesome and substantial! I believe the filling has minced pork and shrimp, will verify when I go back to satisfy my craving again πŸ˜‹

Fried chicken with tartar sauce.

Succulent juicy chicken thigh pieces coated with a nice crispy batter with the most awesome chunky pink tartar sauce. Perfect grub that goes perfectly well with their draught suntory premium malt! πŸ˜‹

From the regular menu.

Love the lightly crispy batter with a contrasting moist and soft texture within the aji (Japanese horse mackerel) which goes perfectly well with the tartar sauce and the worcestershire sauce provided. Definitely must order!

Super cosy joint providing the authentic izakaya experience located at the quayside stretch of Robertson Quay. They have a standard regular menu as well as a daily menu (updated on their fb page everyday)

One of my fav item from the regular menu: shellfish with wasabi. Super refreshing starter!

Part of lunch menu.

Udon came with a choice of hot/cold.

This placed truly changed my perception of udon being thick, fat and chewy. Inaniwa Udon is one of the top 3 udon that differentiates itself from the Kansai version with its thin and refined texture. It even has a glossy sheen to it! Was told that this noodle was served to royalty in the past and it is laborious to prepare (takes 4 days)!

For the cold udon, there are two types of tare (dipping sauces), shoyu and sesame. I only tried the former and it was so tasty especially after a lot a lot of grated wasabi added! Noodle texture was surprisingly springy, chewy and smooth! Every mouthful was refreshing after dipping into the shoyu and kept me wanting more!

Ala carte- $14.90
Set price- $17.90 (comes with a drink and choice of side)

Finally found another place with the option of having the full bone in chicken thigh with ramen instead of cha shu!! And they have tons of other options like seafood, shabu shabu, aburi duck, aburi chicken etc. Other soup base choice includes red (spicy) and white (original pork) base.

Super good value for the size! Even though it was quite fatty, the meat was well marinated, very tender and soft, it literally fell off when gently pulled off the bone with chopsticks. So impressed with having this side option as I am not the biggest fan of Cha Shu. That’s why one my my go to ramen places is Tori King πŸ˜…

Added additional seasoned egg! Noodle was thicker than usual, almost resembling the yellow noodle but not as starchy. Soup was rich in flavor but mild in spiciness.

Good value for $15.90. Comes with chawanmushi, miso soup, watermelon, pickles and salad. Not bad quality though I prefer the rice to have a stronger vinegar taste

Love this so much more than hamachi (yellowtail). It is more fatty and juicy as a result. I feel like the meat is more compact and softer! Super generous portion for merely $16.90

Always counting down to the next meal πŸ˜‹

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