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1 Keong Saik Road
#01-01
Singapore 089109

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Broke the bank but also sealed its place in my heart as the best Unagi restaurant yet. Got the Unatama don (~$22++) which came with 3 meagre but decadent chunks of unagi. Unagi was a bomb of textures and flavours: Crisp and tender; Sweet and savoury. Japanese grain was authentic and tamago had great texture and was not too sweet. Portion was objectively a bit small but just right for someone who just had dessert. Would definitely come here again, but only on the rare self-care days.

Is Man Man still your to-go place for an unagi fix? It certainly is for me!

While I have heard some people find the unagi here having a muddy taste, I actually didn’t detect that but felt that the smokiness from the chargrilled unagi was perfectly on point. Famously known for the 3 different ways of eating; original, drizzle over some sauces (sweet, unagi and spicy sauces) and pair with self-grated wasabi (which was really fun), nori and lastly, scoop some into the bowl provided, pouring over some dashi stock and sprinkling some spring onion over like an unagi porridge.

Personally I preferred to have it original as that allowed me to taste the different elements of the unagi; the crispy skin with moist eel meat underneath, smoky aroma, and its freshness. Gentle reminder that there are soft edible bones, although I chose to still swallow them. 😂 Surprisingly I find that the sweet sauce was more savory than the unagi sauce which was more sweet teriyaki-like. You can also sprinkle some chili powder to heat things up. There’s also miso soup served on the side. The Dashi stock was comparatively lighter but umami-filled.

Seats were readily available at 12pm on Saturday when we went, but of course if you would like to sit by the counter to watch them handle the unagis, it’d probably be a longer wait.

Finally understood the hype about this unagi don. Well marinated, charred to perfection and tender unagi. Can’t wait to head back again!

I’m always suckered into sets that allows me to have complete nutrition with vege and dessert(haha). The rice and eel is a smaller option but I’m not complaining. Though for the dessert... it’s not the greatest 😅 the mochi was too hard.

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Lucky for us who manage to queue and get to eat before 7+ after an hour queue. Though we had tried quite a few unagi restaurant in japan, we still think that ManMan in SG has the best crispy and flavourful unagi. Never fail to reward us with it especially when special ocassions

Hitsumabushi came with grate-it-urself wasabi, seaweed soup, broth & pickles while the Kimo Don was unagi + eel liver and cane with seaweed soup, pickles and a cold tofu. The unagi was rly good and grilled well, we enjoyed it a lot! Slightly crisp at the edges and soft on the inside with great unagi taste :) there are also sauces (spicy, unagi & sweet sauce) on each table for u to add to ur liking! Queued 1 hour for this but worth

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