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Christine K
Christine K

Not a very large serving but surprisingly enough for lunch. It's more like bara chirashi. Decent! Would return.

Among the chicken Based broths that I've tried this is just so. I'm not a fan of this style of noodle as there isn't enough spring. Decent ramen but will not be frequenting this place.

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We went as a party of 4 adults and 2 children and had a selection of yakitori (heart, liver, backbone, backside and thigh), a small bowl of tsukune don for the toddler, as well as the horse mackerel, short rib, pork belly and grilled veg with lobster potato salad. The food was great! We over ordered slightly but if you're really hungry it shouldnt be a problem. With 2 drinks, the bill came up to around 400 which was a little steep.

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This place is actually a sake bar that has limited lunch sets which have to be booked in advance! 5 of each, if I'm not mistaken. The chirashi bowl was huge, there was more fish than rice! I suppose it qualifies as bara chirashi, with some of the fish smoked and others marinated. Set comes with pickles, a fish croquette and miso soup. Dessert was refreshing yuzu sorbet! Sadly it will be converting into a teppanyaki joint at the end of the month.

As we entered the store, the smell of truffle oil and the smokiness of blow-torched meat hung in the air.

Ordered a large signature truffle wagyu-don at $25.90. The portion size was large, with a generous serving of marinated beef slices and an onsen egg on top. It looked and smelt so promising. However, upon first bite, the distinct bitterness that comes with a poor quality truffle oil immediately presented itself on the palate and it lasted throughout the meal. The meat was nicely seasoned and sufficiently tender. Of course, at this price point, one should not expect melt-in-your-mouth Japanese wagyu. Rakki probably uses the off-cuts of Australian wagyu or something comparable.

We dined with burpple beyond's 1-for-1 voucher and that made this meal pretty worth it. However, I wouldn't pay the full price for this dish.

Decent fish, lots of toppings and friendly staff. Can't complain!

Had the mazesoba with fried chicken for 13.80, made super worth it with burpple beyond! The texture of the noodles was good. Didn't seem as tasty as the last time I was here though

We went here with pretty high expectations. The food was decent but the restaurant was super warm and the exhaust was about as good as a hawker centre. Probably won't be returning anytime soon for the omakase.

The best unagi Don we've had in a long long time. Love to watch the action going on at the counter too! We also had the kimo Don with the liver. Very worth it.

We had 2 bowls, the aburi Salmon and sake soy marinated beef, as well as the salmon tartar bo ssam ($6). The fish was much better than the beef!

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