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Japanese ('cos it's always safe)

Featuring MOJO, En Sushi, IZY Dining & Bar, Uma Uma (Forum the Shopping Mall), Fukusen Japanese Restaurant, Tokyo Joe, Kogane Yama (Jem)
Sarah Lim
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The lobster was juicy and tender. The okonomiyaki was alright although the cabbage could do with a little more time with the heat. My favourite part was the sweet savoury sauce drizzled onto the dish, super tasty.

Itacho is giving all other chirashis a run for their money. Don't expect anything more than a decent chirashi to satisfy that raw fish craving with a price like that. I have to say though that they have one of the best textured and flavoured rice of the low / mid range Jap places

I actually like Tokyo Joe's barachirashi for being fairly fresh and cut into sizable cubes one can actually bite into. This one's premium version with scallops and roe. Good value with burpples 1 for 1!

Finally somewhere that doesnt sell wagyu that doesnt taste like wagyu. The regularly ribeye was just as tasty. The foie gras although a generous portion was too hard and a little difficult to get through.

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The ubiquitous barachirashi is not surprisingly also on Mojo's evening menu. Made to look like a heaping portion with lots of rice beneath. Definitely not the freshest at this price point with so many better ones at a fraction of its price

Funny how this ramen place does dry ramen much better their regular ramen. Still like their mazesoba more but this one's nice for fans of mentaiko. A little dry but you do get the option of adding on a bowl of their lacklustre broth for $1.50

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Really who needs specialty uni places when u n i can get the best of both worlds here. Legit bowl of uni don thats worth every penny for the quality and quantity. Loved that cured egg yolk too.

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Quite a standard bowl of barachirashi made good value with #burpplebeyond

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Nice one. Soft eggy tofu with a generous dollop of creamy pitan sauce. Complete with pitan chunks and crab(stick)meat

In teriyaki sauce. Tasted what it looks like. Looks like what it sounds like.

Cheapest chirashi in town, according to my knowledge. And of a decent portion too (though higher than average rice to fish ratio). Just don't go expecting sashimi fresh out of Tsukiji market

Would I pay $50 for this maki again? Granted it made a magnificient entrance with uni, crabmeat, tuna and roe toweing over a 6 piece maki. But that was it with not much magic apart from the tastiness the components of the dish themselves. I'd save the $50 next time.

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