824 Tampines Street 81
Singapore 520824

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11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm


11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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The cubes of sashimi are quite thickly cut, rice well seasoned with sauce though it could be softer. I think it's a decent bowl for a fraction of the money!!

Generous serving of fresh and thickly-sliced salmon. The portion of rice was just nice for me, but big eaters may find it a bit too small. Overall very worth it to get your salmon rice bowl fix.

Would definitely come back!

Playing anime songs as background music,not bad I say. Eg Go by Flow. Quite small and chill place.
1)Ninja Lord($19.90) - 7.5/10 Shrimp tastes fresh. Salmon is cold and fatty. Tobiko are burstful and salty.
2)Kabayaki Unagi Don($15.90) - 7.25/10 Tango is sweet and flavorful. Rice can be cooked longer. Scallops are clean. Cucumbers are fresh and crunchy, jap cucumbers. Unagi is pleasant, better than some places. All in one mouth is really an experience.

Pretty decent Aburi that is value for money.
Will definitely bring my friends over for a quick mentaiko fix!

Hidden deep within the heartlands of Tampines West, Ninja Chirashi is one of the newest additions to the neighbourhood at Blk 824 Tampines Street 83; a block away from Emi’s Waffle & Gelato which is also a recent addition to this area. Decked with neon lighting and colourful furnishings in a simple setting, Ninja Chirashi is an establishment that focuses on Chirashi Don; all served at an affordable price point.

Case in point, the Truffle Chirashi Don is one of the more affordable bowls here (priced at $11.90) which features thickly-cut cubes of salmon and tuna with diced cucumber, Tamago, Ebiko that is mixed in their “secret recipe Japanese sauce” with a dash of truffle oil and sprinkle of garlic bits over the top. Liked how the diced fish came being pretty chunky — allows one to enjoy the freshness of the fish while the fish came marinated in a mellow, savoury sauce carrying a slight hint of truffle fragrance that also helped to give some contrast to the Japanese short grain rice beneath that is served at room temperature; an attention to detail I actually liked. Otherwise, the other elements such as the cucumber did provide a good crunch, though the Tamago could admittedly be fresher for a better overall experience.

At prices starting from $9.90 with the Ninja Chirashi Don, the prices at Ninja Chirashi is hard to beat — some may argue that there isn’t quite enough fish, but its pretty much considered a steal given the thickly-sliced sashimi that one gets with the various bowls here. Needless to say, there is definitely some room for improvement — a fresher tamago will certainly give their value-for-money Chirashi Dons a boost. That being said, Tampines West residents are certainly a lucky bunch to score such an eatery within their vicinity — definitely somewhere I would find myself wind up in if I were to be staying close enough!