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Japanese Restaurants In Singapore

Japanese Restaurants In Singapore

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The wagyu beef was soo soft and silky..literally melts as you munched. Love the generous portion of shiitakes, onsen egg, vegetables and glass noodles. It was so much that I was so full at the end of the meal.

Known for its flavourful msg-less broth. Hubz and I decided to go for it - since ramen is out favourite japanese dish. It is decent ramen for me. Enough flavours but the truffle was not as aromatic as tsuta's.

This bowl of goodness costs me $6.90. Gochi so serves good pork as a katsu curry rice or in a rice bowl. A lot of sauces to go along and pair with the onsen egg, pickles and seaweed. Subarashi!

Sens by W martin is hidden within a supermarket basement in the raffles medical building at holland village. Enjoyed the wide variety of sashimi available. Natural sweetness and freshness in each slice. Handrolls and makis are good too.

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The concept is quite similar to menya musashi with red soup (spicy), black soup. You get the option to choose how hard you want your noodles to be. We both tried the original japanese preferences and everything was on point. The noodles did not go too soggy , the broth is excellent and good amount of ingredients.

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Nothing can go wrong with torched mentai and salmon when you eat them with rice. Not the most expensive but not the most affordable either.

This ramen is so stuffed with meat: pork belly, ox tail, char siew and free flow eggs! Love the collagen soup broth. The ox tail has a strong flavour that is either loved or hated by people. Very filling bowl and worth every penny.

Very affordable Japanese fusion dishes. Love that premium ingredients are so value for money and generous in portion.

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Imagine smoked duck together with teriyaki sauce, topped with sous vide egg and sushi rice. Personally find it quite salty: from the sauce and the smoked duck itself. The portion is good and sufficient for belly filling.

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Love such hole-in-the-wall finds. Taste pretty decent for the price paid. #cheapandgood

Love the sushi rolls and this salmon aburi Don here. It's hard to go wrong when all these lovely ingredients goes together: salmon torched with mentai, shrimp and fish roe sushi rice.

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Gotta say SMU and NAFA students are really lucky! Kyodai offers extremely affordable meals for lunches and dinners without breaking the bank.

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Self confessed glutton. Calories should be wasted on the good stuff.

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