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Kway chap from block 284 at Bishan always hits the spot! Each ingredient is super tasty, especially the braised pork belly which is so tender and always melts in your mouth! Perpetually always having a long queue even in the wee hours of the night.

The soup was flavorful with a lot of ingredients like sliced pork, pork liver,ti po, minced meat and egg.
Next time will try the fish maw soup.
The noodle was springy and taste balanced between chilli and vinegar (someplace the vinegar quite strong).
📍Ding Ji Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle.
Block 284 Bishan St 22, KPT Coffeeshop

Sashimi to Unagi Kabayaki Set

Being a chain that operates multiple brands in Malaysia (which also includes Azuma Sushi which previously operated an outlet at Guoco Tower which had since ceased operations), Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant’s location at Clover Way is the group’s only restaurant in Singapore — the restaurant is located just a short walk away from Marymount MRT Station, and is located in the same stretch of shophouses where Trattoria Da Mimmo, Shamrock Cafe and Jai Thai is located.

Expect a pretty extensive menu here ranging from Set Lunch and Set Dinner, alongside a whole spread of cooked and raw dishes from sides and sharing plates to Donburi options even — the menu’s range is pretty reminiscent to that of commercial chains like Ichiban Sushi/Ichiban Boshi. Opting for the Sashimi to Unagi Kabayaki Set from their Set Lunch menu, the set features an assortment of sashimi (seemingly Tuna, Swordfish and Salmon), and Unagi Kabayaki — all served with a bowl of rice, miso soup, side salad and Chawanmushi accompanying the core elements of the dish. Must say we were really impressed with the sashimi slices especially — sliced sufficiently thick for a good texture and enough bite, the sashimi slices were incredibly fresh; even more so than that served at certain places which specialises in Chirashi bowls. The Unagi is also pretty plump; comes coated with a thick Teriyaki sauce that provides ample sweetness for flavour — the fish also was not particularly scaly. The other elements such as the Chawanmushi were also pretty decent — smooth and melts-in-the-mouth while coming with Japanese fish cake within, while the side salad comes drenched with a Goma dressing for a roasty and nutty note.

Must say that Edo-Ichi Japanese Restaurant seems to be a spot that is well hidden from the radar — a spot that serves up delicious and quality Japanese cuisine that is pretty impressive for a commercial brand; all that at a pretty decent price tag that is pretty relative of other commercial Japanese establishments around. Given its location, a spot that works well for family meals and catch-up with friends for some good Japanese fare out of town.

my go to orders!!! real tasty even when packed to go. tiramisu is great too (and durian tiramisu is a must order during the season, tho a tad pricey)

My personal favourite is the salsiccia (Italian sausage) but Parma ham is yum too!

I’ve been coming here since 2018 (picking up food during CB as well) and everything is great! it’s hard to find authentic Italian food but this place hits it spot on. service is great and everyone is real friendly.

One of the really stand out and recommended dishes here. The pappardelle was well cooked (a bit thicker than you get at fine dining restaurants but had a good bite) and the sauce was flavorful and rich.


I had this with the complimentary bread given. A great appetizer that is sweet and sour, whetting my appetite for the main courses to come.

Zhichar dishes. Promo With Drinks, Minced Meat Homemade TOFU, Tasty Soft & PrawnPaste Chicken Wings with Rice

Tasted a little bland despite squeezing the lime over it,. The chicken slices were abundant and big. Depending on your preference, you might enjoy it. To me, I felt that the large chicken slices overpowered the main dish.

There was just a little spice lingering in the after taste. I have to say, I was a bit disappointed as I expected the basil to be stronger😞All I tasted was the tofu (which is normal) and the oil.

It sounded interesting. The differences from a normal chendol were more coconut and the addition of jackfruit. Once is enough.