All About Rice Bowl

All About Rice Bowl

Featuring Tanuki Raw (Orchard Central), The Refinery, Rakki Bowl, Alexandra Village Food Centre, Ramen Bari-Uma (Tanglin), Sumire Yakitori House (Bugis Junction), Tanuki Raw (National Design Centre), DON DON DONKI (Orchard Central), DOCO (International Plaza), Paradise Dynasty (Suntec City)
JQ K
JQ K

my sister didn't like this dish as it just didn't tasted so good (like a bit overcooked for chashu

Ultimate Egg Rice ($5.80)

I ordered add on with teriyaki chicken ($2.50) but I felt that their topping size was too little 😬. I didn’t like egg white to be creamy, foamy and waterish. I literally mixed evenly with toppings and rice and quite creamy for me. For me, I felt bloated due to foam egg white. 🥴

My friend ordered add on with marinated salmon ($3.00) same thoughts as me for topping size and managed to pick out foam egg white from the bowl. They felt personally that it was not full for them.

Army Base Stew ($15.90) It consisted of SPAM (Luncheon Meat), sausages, instant noodles with kimchi soup and melted cheese topping. My sister she didn't see melted cheese but just melted away on the soup lol. We felt that it's quite so-so only (nothing much special about it) and like the food was quite salty aftertaste. The pricing was quite standard. Kimchi Pork Belly Stew ($15.90) consisted of sliced Pork Belly, fermented Kimchi, tofu and vegetables include rice. Crispy Samgyeopsal with Creamy Scrambled Eggs & SoyYuja Sauce ($13.90) was quite good in terms of creamy scrambled eggs and also their pork belly (crispy skin) got sour (due to vinegar) but salty towards the end. I realised that their side dishes (banchan) got only 2 sets for 3 people. Good thing about their Kimchi Pancake ($10.90) consisted of savoury kimchi and sweet onions was quite crispy and that not spicy for me.

Army Base Stew ($15.90) It consisted of SPAM (Luncheon Meat), sausages, instant noodles with kimchi soup and melted cheese topping. My sister she didn't see melted cheese but just melted away on the soup lol. We felt that it's quite so-so only (nothing much special about it) and like the food was quite salty aftertaste. The pricing was quite standard. Kimchi Pork Belly Stew ($15.90) consisted of sliced Pork Belly, fermented Kimchi, tofu and vegetables include rice. Crispy Samgyeopsal with Creamy Scrambled Eggs & SoyYuja Sauce ($13.90) was quite good in terms of creamy scrambled eggs and also their pork belly (crispy skin) got sour (due to vinegar) but salty towards the end. I realised that their side dishes (banchan) got only 2 sets for 3 people. Good thing about their Kimchi Pancake ($10.90) consisted of savoury kimchi and sweet onions was quite crispy and that not spicy for me.

I finally tried their Mentaiko Salmon Don (cooked) ($17.90) after so long of wandering for at least 2 years ago. Back in 2018, I went to Japanese Curry Express for Salmon Mentai Don with one of my poly friend. She also ordered same as me that time but we didn't wanted to share together because the portion was quite small but its quite filling tbh. I saw @foodee.diaree's reviews for 2 weeks ago and reminded me the shop still opened at there till now. I preferred Mentaiko Salmon Don to be uncooked but my stomach got some problems with diary products (I didn't want to take risk anymore and need to play safe) I felt that it was quite overwhelmed with mayo but I felt that their salmon was really fresh and so good.

I did asked my friend about differences between Tanuki Raw and Rakki Bowl for Wagyu Australian Wagyu MB5 (Signature Truffle Wagyu Don) - $14.90. She didn't answered my answers lol. (probably I just want to know the differences in terms of taste and pricing) I knew the pricing differences between australian and japanese wagyu in terms of quality.

Miso Katsu Don ($8.80) was recommendation dishes to go under lunch set meal deal. I felt in my opinion that katsu was quite overcooked but the miso sauce saved katsu by covering up its dryness.

5-Mix Okowa Bento ($9.90) consisted of Sakura (Seasonal (2 Pieces), Iberico Pork (porcini mushroom, Iberico Pork, chestnut) (1 Piece), Salmon (salmon fish & kelp) (1 Piece), Scallop (Seaweed, Scallop,Green Soybean) (1 Piece) I didn't know that they opened another outlet at Great World until I went there last Sat. So I always like their okowa (rice) salmon & iberico pork (classic flavour) and takeaway for dinner at taka food area in the past. It's very sticky ice but got strong different flavour inside the rice.

I didn't expected Cai Fan ($3.50) to be so good and last time I went to order Cai Fan at Mei Ling Market was not that good and probably they sell mainly in Nasi Lemak. Pork Skin soaked in herbal braised soup, quite crunchy and soft. I found the batter of Sweet and sour pork was quite too much to the extend. Long bean with tofu was quite soft and crunchy. I found its quite best standard for the area for now.

Mixed Vegetable ($2.50)
I ordered pan fried bitter gourd, potato slices and fried tofu with black pepper sauce. I felt that the pan fried bitter gourd was just nice, potato slices were quite soft and
waterish due to add too much water and fried tofu with black pepper sauce was quite hard on outer skin of fried tofu but spicy due to black pepper. It's quite value and
affordable meal for lunch time.

I know that didn't look like Fried Rice In Shanghai Style bc my mum remove prawn off from my bowl. I like fried rice because it was not sticky together and quite crunchy and crispy texture.

Unagi Donburi ($6.80) served with free miso soup. The serving was quite small, includes small bits of unagi, topped with spring onion and egg.

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