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This Is Cheating This is supposed to be a burpple one for one offer, but the shop owner gave us another menu when we want to use burpple. The pricing of the set menu is $30 for a pax. After they settle the bill, it’s as good as there is no one for one deal. This is unfair
Reanne
3d
Burpple Premium Kaisendon There's a special menu for those using the burpple 1 for 1. There's the grilled prawn, salad, iced green tea and a standard sized Don that you can choose from. The prawn is really nice. Fresh, sweet and slight char taste when you bite into it. Makes me want to finish it, shell and all. Salad arrived chilled, but overly dressed. There was enough sesame dressing left for my Don. The Don is well presented, nicely stacked. Sauce isn't too overwhelming, which is a plus. It allows the individual flavours of the various sashimi to come through. The rice isn't that fantastic, but the focus is mostly on the sashimi. The wasabi is of the tube variety, so nothing to rave about. There's a large sheet of seaweed, so I guess you can do a handroll if you want to? Good ambience though think it can get cramped if it's full. There isn't alot of space to move about.
Cole
13h
Mentaiyaki Tamago Kaisendon Small shop, there was only one waitress on a Saturday afternoon thus a little long waiting time. Food is not bad, personally loved the Tamago. Portion is just nice, still can go outside and have other desserts after the Burpple set. Sashimi were good, but cos cut into small pieces so I couldn't tell whether they were considered fresh or not.
Clarence
4d
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Signature Kaisendon Fresh sashimi! Small bowl but with salad, soup and the tamago, it’s actually very filling meal:) satisfied burpple customer and extremely worth it with Burpple
LEANNE
2h
Kaisendon For You? Calling out to all sashimi lovers! Here at @keikaisendon.sg, you will be ecstatic to find a good variety of yummy rice bowls, topped with fresh sashimi from the seas of Japan. Just like a Hitsumabushi, you can enjoy their Kaisendon in 4 unique ways - eat it on its own, mix it with their chilli powder & mayonnaise, blend it with their soup, or wrap the sashimi with their nori seaweed. A pretty interesting concept to bring out the full flavour 😋. 。 👉Ebi Mentaiyaki Kaisendon👈 👉Kei Signature Kaisendon (L)👈 👉Homemade Tamago Mentai👈 👉Hotate Mentai👈 。 Special mention goes out to the mentaiko add-ons. They were loaded with umami goodness that I can't get enough of. 。 Did you know @keikaisendon.sg has participated in the Food Masters Singapore 2019 competition hosted by @singaporepressholdings? To show your support, do vote them by SMS-ing C11 to 91188980 👍. 。 Visit them from 11:30am – 9:30pm at: 📍Novena Square 2 L2-95 📍Paya Lebar Square L1-84 📍Suntec City Mall L2-372 📍One Raffles Place L4-30 📍Marina Square L2-266 。 Thank you @keikaisendon.sg for feeding us well ☺️!
Mr Digester
4d
Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 Had the burpple beyond 1 for 1 set! Came with a salad, soup, main and side. Paid about $25 for two pax in the end. It was quite worth with the one for one deal and value for money. The portion of the kaisen don was not super big but sufficient to keep us full. The appetiser (tamago) was really delicious topped with mentaiko sauce.
stevenissuperman
1w
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Japanese Food Grilled unagi chirashi Don was great and super big portion, definitely worthy and value for money.
mari
6h
Chirashi Don Tamago Mentai Chirashi Don ($18.80). A two variant bowl of complementing torched mentaiko on sweet egg omelette slices finished with an assortment of marinated diced seafood on sushi rice. Mentaiko was good and creamy. Egg was sweet and chilled. Marinated seafood was firm, crunchy, well seasoned and at an optimum temperature. Really good. I also added the lunch premium set (+$8) which consisted of miso soup, salad, sashimi and chawamushi. Miso soup was the usual which you get from everywhere. Salad was good. It was paired with a citrus dressing. Sashimi was ok, it would have been better if it was more chilled. Chawamushi was average. There was a crabstick and a slice of mushroom inside. My friend had the Mount Omote Chirashi Don ($28.80). A massive mountain of a n assortment of marinated diced seafood on a tower of sushi rice. The marinated seafood on this don wasn't as chilled as mine. Most probably because of the fact that it takes a longer time to construct this don. This made it felt like the sashimi wasn't as good as the other don. Overall both don were really filling and we didn't finish the rice. Maybe because we added the set(?) Anyway it was good and worth the money. Also I love their new menu. There are lots of fun elements and lots of items to choose.
Grace
1h
Must Try! Tasty, fresh and very generous servings too! Although there are various options to top up to a set, I think the don itself is already very filling! Sure, it is not the cheapest jap place out there, but for this standard, definitely good bang for your buck! 😋 Menu is very extensive, has very wide variety of dons and more, I can't wait to return to try more dishes!
poofy
4w
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A colourful plate of happiness! Happy Thursday and we can’t wait for our long awaited dinner tonight!
The
5h
Tempura Truffle Chawanmushi Among all the dishes from Uni Gallery’s latest 6-course Multiple Foodgasm Kaiseki, the Tempura Truffle Chawanmushi ($20/ ala carte) stole the show for me. Seemingly simple on paper, the dish was heavenly and certainly an item I can see myself going back for again and again. Warm, silky yet complex in flavor, you get the lightness of the dashi which sets the base of the steamed egg custard then layer that with the earthy aroma of the shaved winter truffle. And to push it over the top, the crisp tempura had the richness of uni and the grassy note of the shiso leave wrapped within. 
Vanessa
1w
6-course Multiple Foodgasm Kaiseki. Offered a crash course into the different variant of sea urchins they carry; I was blown away by Uni Gallery’s latest Multiple Foodgasm Kaiseki. Available in 6-course ($118++) and 8-course ($188++), the uni-centric restaurant source their seafood from all over the world. Hence, even with the 6-course menu that I got to try; you are sure to get your money’s worth with the lavish spread. To start, we had the Le Tetsuya ($38/ ala carte), a martini glass filled with Australian Sea Urchin, topped with exquisite Siberian caviar and at the very bottom a slurpy amaebi dripped in white miso sauce. The uni itself was fairly creamy and paired well with the sweet-salty crushed shrimp. One for the oyster lovers, the Uni Oyster Shot was the real deal. Freshly shucked oyster with briny salmon roe and similarly coupled with short-spine Australian uni. Next up, to truly sample a taste of the sea, the Seasonal Sashimi presented fatty Otoro, delicate Botan Ebi, fresh Kinmedai, firm Hotate, crunchy Sea Grapes and luscious Japanese Shiro Uni in a lovely platter. All utterly sweet and clean tasting, the ingredients were exceptional. However, what really stole the show was the Tempura Truffle Chawanmushi ($20/ ala carte). For added indulgence, the Caviar Bone Marrow featured premium Oscietra Caviar on Grilled Bone Marrow sprinkled with beef bits. A textural experience to say the least, it was a tad jelat for me. Lastly the Toro Squid Ink Sushi ($22/ per pc ala carte) was a literal mouthful with the small mound of ikura though the flavours kind of overpowered one another. Thanks Burpple for the invite and Uni Gallery for the warm hospitality!
Vanessa
1w
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