52 Duxton Road
Singapore 089516

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05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 03:15pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 03:15pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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To fill your belly, you can get your seafood fix with their set of six different handrolls at $36 - starting from plump chunks of Hotate to Kampachi, brined Salmon, Toro, Crab, and lastly Engawa. My two favourite being the more premium Kampachi and Engawa. Firm and sweet, the former packed a surprising punch though it was simply cured in a mild dry spiced rub and glazed with their house-made nikiri. The rub bringing out the natural flavour of the fish, pairing well with the warm rice and seaweed. And of course, aburi anything is just better. Hence, their torched engawa with smoked salt and yuzu nikiri was a solid ten out of ten. The slightly oily texture of the fluke fin with the tantalising charred exterior was so amazing - warm and smokey. The subtle fragrance of the yuzu providing that refreshing dose of sweetness too.


For a splurge, their seasonal roll is something you can look forward to as now they are featuring a beautiful Scallops & Uni Roll at $32 - bright and superbly creamy.

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A literal party in the mouth, Rappu’s Wagyu High Roller ($28) was a melty dream of wagyu, uni, caviar, and gold flakes. The briny-sweetness from the burst of ikura and the dollops of sea urchin elevating the savoury bites of wagyu. The meaty taste of the seasoned beef and richness of the caviar was prominent as well yet not overpowering in this indulgent roll. Inhaled in one smooth bite, the umami flavours of this opulent number were really enjoyable and I just love the combination of the crisp seaweed wrapper with the creamy-soft elements enveloped within. The order also comes with a potent shot of Gold Flakes Sake.

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Great dining experience at Singapore’s Original Handroll Bar.

Starting from left to right, thn top to bottom:

Serving from the mildest (Hotate) to the strongest (Engawa) flavour. Engawa was torched and brought out the smokey aroma, crab wasn’t how i expected it to be, I thought it would be flavourless but boy was I wrong The crab was really flavourful, I could taste the crab miso mixed in it.


Went to Rappu (by @thefeatherblade group) yesterday and it was a great experience.

Will talk about other items another time but today I wanna talk about the highlight of our meal, Chutoro Roll. A seasonal item available in the month of February and isn’t on the menu (yet, I hope). Both my friend & I agree that this is our favourite among everything and that is really saying something because there wasn’t one we didn’t enjoy.

Don’t be fooled by the thin-looking Chutoro, topped with pickled cucumber (I hate cucumber but this was good). It was melt-in-your-mouth with a burst in flavours.