1 Keong Saik Road
#01-01
Singapore 089109

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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

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

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Here at man man unagi, the freshness is guaranteed where the eels are cut live and grilled in front of diners. I went for their shirayaki teishoku where shirayaki means grilled unagi without sauce and teishoku refers to a Japanese set meal where all of the dishes in the course are served together as a set.

Shirayaki is a cooking method where the eel is roasted without the tare sauce and seasoned only with salt to ensure the genuine flavour of the eel. Fresh and pure at its best. The set includes rice, soup, pickles and fresh wasabi 》$35

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Warm up the stomach with a smooth, silky and scrumptious unagi chawanmushi with kamboko fishcake, shiitake mushroom and ooba leaf while waiting for the mains to be served. Kinda priced on the high side but considering there’s eel in there which makes it not that bad after all since we don’t get this often elsewhere 》$8.80

Excellently grilled unagi with a slight crust giving way to moist insides. This is the place I would honestly come back to over and over again if I had the cash to spare. But prices seems to have risen since the last time I was here.
But all in all, a great dining experience and definitely not to be missed especially if you are a fan of eels

I can now finally understand the appeal of man man. It’s not your ordinary Unagi Don where the eels are drenched in sweet sauce. The unagi here are grilled to a crisp with just a slight coat of sauce.

I enjoyed all the recommended ways to eat this bowl i.e. original, with wasabi and with broth.

The queue is justified and it’s not that long a wait as they only allow 40mins dining time for the patrons now. 😅

Didn’t have to wait too long when we arrived 15mins before its opening & could enter as the first batch of customers on a Friday🎉

Got a chance to take the counter seats & witness the live grilling👨🏼‍🍳 definitely not for the faint-hearted, for even I can’t take staring at the raw & slightly bloody eels for too long😱Could only raise my head up and take a proper snap when the chef posed with the cooked fish! ✌🏻⁣

Being the recipient of the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2019 & having such highly raved reviews, I had quite high expectations of it. Overall, I must say its still a nice bowl to satisfy my craving after so long☺️

Heard that their wasabi is freshly grated and I can stand by it, because I really think their wasabi is one of the best in all the Jap restaurants here. Not too pungent but delicate enough to spice up the dish🍱 ⁣

As for the unagi itself, I am not sure if it was just my serving, but the outside tasted more sticky than how it is supposed to be crispy😶 Not sure if it was because they spread too much of the dark sauce. I was also hoping that they can slice it thicker, so that you can taste the succulent meat more distinctly! Apart from that, they are still highly addictive, & that’s when u always wish there’s more fish than rice in such a dish💕⁣

Price: $35 per serving

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24 Jun’19, Mon⛅️⁣
📍Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant 鰻満 (Keong Saik Rd)⁣
- Large Hitsumabushi 特上ひつまぶし🍱⁣

Introducing unagi don to le mum~🤣⁣
So yummy can~🤤⁣

Probably cos it’s Monday, we only waited for 15min, heng ah!😜⁣

Like how fresh the unagi was (freshly prepared, of course right), how on point the sauce was, eating them together with a bit of wasabi, surprisingly the wasabi wasn’t as pungent as I expected, I quite like it eh (even though I’m not a fan of wasabi)!

Eating the unagi with broth was also delish~ like fish soup rice (oops), but more flavourful than your usual fish soup that is~

Man Man is still my first choice (as of now) when it comes to unagi don~

Damage: $46.35

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