Japanese

Japanese

Featuring The Sushi Bar (Far East Plaza), Koh Grill & Sushi Bar, Kei Kaisendon (Square 2), Marugame Udon & Tempura (ION Orchard), Sō (Velocity), Ippudo (The Star Vista), DON DON DONKI (JCube), DON DON DONKI (Square 2)
Anne Tay
Anne Tay

Thick slabs of sashimi, comprising salmon, salmon belly, tuna, swordfish, yellow tail, and scallop, plus tamago and cucumber atop a bed of Japanese rice. To be honest, other than the salmon and scallop, the other sashimi were not as fresh as the ones at the Ngee Ann City branch, which was rather disappointing. Still, the portions and cuts are generous and this still ranks as one of the better chirashi dons.

The atmosphere is noisy and slightly hole in the wall – not the relaxed atmosphere you get at the Ngee Ann City branch, but the waitresses also didn’t seem in as much of a hurry to chase us out.

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8 sushi, including tobiko, ikura and uni, at just $13.90. So worth it. So good.

Aburi sashimi on a bed of Japanese rice, drizzled with mentaiko sauce. They are generous with the amount of sashimi, and e amount of mentaiko is just right. Comes with a small side salad and miso soup. Slightly pricey but I would gladly come back again.

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Comfort food. The tomato broth is thick, udon is just the right chewiness, and everything is as you'd expect. I enjoyed this, especially with Entertainer 25% off (prices shown are before discount).

Very nicely grilled, chewy but not tough. Really liked this. The price in the menu is $18 but we were charged $20 as they only had big squid available.

This is absolutely delicious! Tender soft aburi salmon on top of unagi sushi, slathered in some sort of yellow sauce that tastes like mentaiko, and topped liberally with tobikko. There were 8 pieces of these and we couldn't get enough. Only downside was that the service was horrible, even though it wasnt very crowded.

Fish and pork broth with two pieces of chashu, an egg, bamboo shoots, beansprouts, and a few other toppings. The soup was thick and flavourful. I loved the onsen egg – I've no idea what they put in the egg white but it was really delicious.

This was from the Japanese food court in Don Don Donki. The saba chazuke is a bowl of fish broth poured over Japanese rice to form porridge, with chunks of grilled saba fish, shredded cabbage and seaweed strips. It tasted like the seafood porridge I had when in Korea. I've never had a similar dish in Singapore, and at such an affordable price too. The fish broth especially was delicious and comforting.

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Springy noodles in a heartening rich tonkotsu broth, with tender pieces strips of pork and plenty of crunchy spring onions. It’s a comforting and filling meal on a rainy day. I added bamboo shoots for $1.50. I liked the hot yuzu tea ($2.20) too, which was tangy and slightly sweet.

Anne Tay

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