1 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089109

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


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

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

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

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

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

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Super late into the game but better late than never 🥲. Nil queue on a weekday night and after 6 years of opening, so long later that they name rebranded to Unagi Tei Japanese Restaurant.

What makes these specialty unagi different from the usual is their quality of unagi, grilling and seasoning. Most of the unagi from other Japanese restaurant are drowned with a brown savoury sauce while theirs retain the original smokey flavour from grilling.

My favorite way of eating it’s actually with a little grounded wasabi and broth. It kind of bring up the sweetness in the dish. Nonetheless all 3 ways of eating is goood!

Being a somewhat unagi-lover, the Hitsumabushi (medium) at Man Man checked all the boxes! Just a right size for 1 pax, and I really love the authenticity of the wasabi served here - you have to grate it yourself and though it’s not as spicy and flavourful as the usual wasabi we are used to being served in other restaurants / supermarkets.

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It’s still as good as I recall, the unagi grilled till light char at outside and remain moist succulent inside.
📍Unagi Tei / Man Man Unagi.
1 Keong Saik road, #01-01

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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