217 Rangoon Road
Singapore 218457

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am



06:00pm - 12:00am

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I can't even begin to describe how beautifully the albacore was done. It was meaty, juicy, and incredibly tasty. And the shaved parmesan was *chef's kiss*

Definitely a hidden gem. I'm surprised it's not crowded because it definitely should be!

I'm blown away and will be dreaming about the food until I come back again.

Unagi Meshi - $24
Big slab of grilled unagi placed on top of spice mixed rice, which is rather flavourful! The side comes with ramen egg & surprisingly those childhood crackers! I do enjoy the crunch element in this dish. Available with Burpple Beyond
Mono Izakaya

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mono izakaya really puts in so much effort into preparing every dish they serve! we had the
πŸ‘πŸ» grilled albacore tuna ($24) β€” so glad we got two of these. the tuna was extremely juicy and was coated with a layer of parmesan. never had tuna this way, i’ve been missing out! the fermented tomatoes also took me to a whole new dimension lol
πŸ‘πŸ» unagi meshi ($24) β€” unagi was well-cooked and i enjoyed the spice mix rice, a nice deviation from the regular sushi rice in most dons
πŸ‘πŸ» aburi bossam ($22) β€” kind of like a gyudon but with unique espresso miso soy glaze which was sweet and savoury all at once

really worth it with burpple 1 for 1 too :)

Mono Izakaya is the night time alter ego of Gather Misfits, which has a nice selection of bottled coffees and teas. An izakaya that specialises in aged fish & meat dishes, you can expect rice bowls served with Bulgogi Duck ($18), Unagi Meshi ($24) and Aburi Bossam ($22) amongst others. If you're up for a surprise, use your other deal for their Omakase (Raw Experience) ($60), which sees a sashimi course, 5 kinds of nigiri, desserts and sake.


Mono is right opposite Ng Ah Sio at the end of Rangoon Road. Nice quiet place that’s good for a date.


Had unagi as a main, food was good. Atmosphere was cozy, service staff was friendly. Worth the travel.

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