6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#B1-52/53 Clarke Quay Central
Singapore 059817

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Sunday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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4⭐ Back at Man Man Unagi after a year. Time to utilise the ShopFarEast app birthday voucher again. We always didn't have to wait as it's never crowded compared to the Duxton outlet. However it's full house today and we waited for almost 30min for the food. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the unagi here. There was an increase in price when we checked the receipt that it's $32.45 for a Hitsumanushi compared to the menu $29.45.
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Man Man really has an unbeatable quality of unagi. Its soft and tender with that perfect flavourful glaze. Loved this combination which was elevated with that jiggly egg yolk and freshly chopped spring onion!

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We decided to have a bowl of unagi with rice at the Man Man outlet in Clarke Quay Central today and we were surprised to find the restaurant rather empty on a weekday at 12.30 pm, even as the office crowd is largely back!

We ordered the standard hitsumabushi set, which came with pickles, seaweed miso soup, a very generous serving of condiments (seaweed, spring onions and wasabi), a container of dashi soup stock and of course, a bowl of rice topped with really well-grilled unagi! However, we were EXTREMELY surprised as the entire unagi rice bowl was covered in a layer of spring onions when it was served, to the extent where you couldn't even see the grilled eel underneath. We scooped out most of the spring onions and placed them on a side dish, although you can see some remnants in the picture. If you are very averse to spring onions, you should definitely highlight it to the staff so that the unagi rice bowl isn't served to you with a dense layer of spring onions covering it! 😰😰😰

The spring onions aside, the unagi was awesome as the exterior was really crispy and yet it was only lightly charred; on the other hand, the eel meat was soft and pretty sweet from the marinade, which is exactly how we like it to be.😁

The restaurant staff will suggest to eat it in 3 ways: (1) eating the unagi and rice as it is, (2) adding the seaweed, spring onions and wasabi to the unagi rice bowl before eating and (3) pouring the dashi broth into the rice bowl to create something akin to a porridge mixture, before eating it with the unagi. (3) was really interesting and the broth was light and yet after mixing it with the rice and eel, it became somewhat sweeter! After trying Man Man twice, we decided that (3) was the way to go, although you may want to go with (1) or (2) if you like your eel more crispy.

For such an excellent bowl of unagi with rice, it certainly does not come cheap and we paid around $29++ for the entire set. If you are a big eater, the restaurant also has a large hitsumabushi that costs $39++, although it comes with double the serving of unagi. That being said, lunch here was rather excellent and we will be back for more! 😋

Smokey sweet tender unagi meat with light crisp skin. Soft, delicate and slightly melty in the mouth. The sweet savoury tare sauce wasn't overwhelming and helps to improve the overall experience of it. Mmm... Yummmmyy.
As for Roast Beef, it was rather mediocre, cold and chewy but nonetheless, portion given were great.
Of course, I eat straight in my favourite ochazuke style.😛

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Smokey sweet tender unagi meat with light crisp skin. Soft, delicate and slightly melty in the mouth. The sweet savoury tare sauce wasn't overwhelming and helps to improve the overall experience of it. Mmm... Yummmmyy.
For the Scallop pairing, Woah! Big, warm, tasty and meaty. It came as a whole scallop with roe on it.

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