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301 Upper Thomson Road
#03-24A Thomson Plaza
Singapore 574408

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Sunday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Monday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Thursday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Friday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Saturday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

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Having launched their revamped menu just yesterday, Omote's newest menu not only boasts a wide variety of their latest Chirashi Don creations, it also features other items that showcases how Omote is more than their signature Chirashi Don.

Featuring garlic stir-fried beef with other condiments such as seaweed, spring onions and tempura bits as well as an Onsen Egg, the Ma-ze Udon comes with quite a generous portion of thick Udon beneath to be tossed with the other condiments in the bowl. Tossing everything together, the slurpy Udon is laced in a savoury sauce that the beef is simmered with; the meat being relatively tender without need much effort to chew whilst also coming with a hint of sweetness from the caramelised onions — the oozy and wobbly Onsen Egg providing a silkier texture to the entire bowl and the tempura bits creating a crispness for some contrast in texture. Whilst the "Garlic Dry" Beef Ma-ze Udon is something with a slightly heavier flavour than most traditional Japanese Udons out there, its a pretty flavoursome dish that would satisfy the local taste buds that are likely to crave for punchier flavours.

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One of the new items available in the expanded Omoté 2.0 menu, the udon plays it all buttery and beefily rich in its slurp-worthy agenda.

Read more about the new Omoté menu on Secret Life of Fatbacks, link in bio etc.

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The significantly expanded menu includes new chirashi bowls galore - think Mentai Chirashi Don, Cheesy Spicy Salmon Chirashi Don as well as Truffle Roasted Garlic Chirashi Don.

The Wasabi Power Chirashi Don is topped with ikura and ground wasabi root, which plays it all dominatrix-kinky crunchy Chinese pickled vegetables-esque in how it will keep firing explosive, tear-inducing wasabi fumes up your nostrils even though your airways may ostensibly be in sweet wasabi pain. Comparatively, in terms of power, the mentaiko-creamy wasabi mayonnaise plays it more Lee Kum Kee than Lee Hsien Loong (@leehsienloong).

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sliced sashimi, tamago, unagi and roe atop a bowl of rice. a pretty decent and affordable bowl with good variety. quality of sashimi was not the best, but decent considering the price. among the fish, the tender and sweet unagi stood out. overall, quite standard japanese fare.

6/10 ⭐️

Finally got to try Omoté after they rebranded from Sushiro and moved into their new spot. The restaurant is much larger now so queues aren't as insane as before. Their rice bowls are still amazing for their prices, though I can't help but feel that the amount of sashimi has gone down a little..

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Was my first visit here after they rebranded from Sushiro; they have a much bigger space & more items on the menu now. I went with the tried and tested chirashi don (upsized version) and it pretty much tasted the same as before when they were called Sushiro; lovely fresh cuts of sashimi with just much more ingredients. I’ll be back to try other items on their menu.

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