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Burpple Beyond Set (Kei Kaisendon Signature) Ideal as a set dinner for a slightly little portion size but a full-course meal, their Burpple Beyond Set was pegged at S$25.90 for 2, yet complete with Donburi, salad, soup and four pieces of Mentaiyaki Tamago. This deal had justified that the meal was indeed value for money. While I would not say that the ingredients in the Kei Kaisendon Signature were exactly premium, given that I was not counting the number of pieces of each ingredient would probably mean that the portion was still considered decent. The other way to prove this was that the rice was completely buried under the seafood and such. #BurppleBeyond
#BurppleBeyond Set ($25.90) I love it when places with chirashi dons join Burpple Beyond and this is the hot newcomer in that category! Theirs features a set which includes a don, tamago mentaiyaki, salad and miso soup which definitely makes it a full meal. I won’t lie when I say I wish there was a little more fish and a little less cucumbers, but the mix of salmon, tuna, swordfish was still quite satisfying. Add on the yummy sides and this is a spot to revisit if I’m ever back in the area. #Burpple #BurppleSG #whyidonthaveabs #bodyplump #foodporn #foodiesg #sgfood
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Sets ($25.90 Each) Kei Kaisendon is a cozy diner in Marina Square offering affordable and good sashimi bowls. What's even better is that specially for Burpple Beyond, there is an exclusive 1-for-1 set menu that's really value for money! Choose from 6 mains including the Kei Kaisendon Signature. Each main comes with a miso soup, salad and 2pcs of mentaiyaki tamago. The sashimi was pretty fresh (portions could be more generous but no complaints) but the star for me was the tasty mentaiyaki tamago that was so addictive we wanted more! Sharing is caring! Get 20% off Burpple Beyond (just $4.60 per month) and enjoy 1-for-1 deals at over 500 restaurants, cafes and hawkers here:
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Decent And Cheap Saba Don Saba Teriyaki Don ($12.9) comes with salad and miso. Taste wise not that bad at all and their Wasabi was really good.
Hotake Kaisendon I should start by saying Kaisendon is my favourite and I ate Kaisendons all over Singapore. At $20, it’s a fairly priced Kaisendon, taking into consideration that the fish is very fresh. It is not the best I eaten at this price point but it’s probably the best around the area (which explains why I am a frequent returning customer). I appreciate that they are constantly improving (first with the seaweed and now with the mock abalone). However, I do suggest that they roast their seaweed so that there is a nice crunch to the handroll that I make with it. The variety of the fishes in the bowl is fair and of fair portion.
Quality Dons!!!! 1) Tamago with Unagi Don $15.90 2) Tamago with Salmon Don $12.90 3) Tamago with Teriyaki Chicken Don 4) Kei Signature Kaisen Don (Small, 90g) $12.90 This tiny place only has 2 staff and seems unassuming at first but they actually serve very good dons 😍 Very skillfully prepared. Unagi was soft, salmon sweet, chicken large and tender, sashimi fresh!!!! Tamago (egg roll) came with aburi mentaiko. There are 3 options of meal top-up: we payed $3 for salad and refillable (!!) soup and tea. They also served complimentary free-flow (!!!!) green tea eggs but I feel like they were like normal braised eggs, not much taste. Service was gr8 as well 😊😊 Had an enjoyable meal.
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BB 1-FOR-1 // Yakiniku Don PRICE: $14.90++ for two of this Yakiniku Don WAITING TIME: About 5 mins of queue on a weekend evening, followed by another 5 mins of wait for food REMARKS: - The meat is good. Tender. - Needed more seasoning though. I spammed a lot of soya sauce and red pepper. - Portion is big. Very filling. - Service is good. - Iced water is provided FOC
Not Worth The Money Ordered the katsu curry rice (lunch special $11.90++) with salmon ($4++ with ocha as a lunch set add-on) and swordfish ($7.90++) sashimi and the aburi salmon roll ($16.90++). The curry is heavy on spice and light on flavor. I ran out of curry before I finished the rice. There's a side salad on the edge of the plate that drinks thousand island dressing into the rice - rice and thousand island dressing do not match in any known universe. The chicken katsu is a chicken breast - nothing wrong if you like chicken breasts but it's neither traditional nor my preference. What was wrong was that it was slightly on the burnt side - as if the chef didn't know that fried goods continue to colour and cook after removal from oil. It's led to a slight bitter edge that could've been balanced by a sweet Japanese curry... oh wait - short on flavor. The aburi salmon roll... it took me three pieces to figure out that the chewiness was a bit of skin that had been left attached to the raw salmon in the roll. It was that or the slightly unripe avocado. The sashimi was fresh and okay for the price. The rest of it? Not worth it at all.
Japanese Food Meal at @thesushibar_sg in @tampines1 . . Pitan tofu (S$5.90++) Century egg tofu with crab stick and flying fish roe . Scallop Mentaiyaki (S$14.90++) Thinly sliced Japanese scallop with mentaiko sauce . Wafu Spaghetti (S$10.90++) Angel hair pasta with mentaiko sauce . Not sure if it was due to weekend, the table turnover was quite fast. Quite stressful eating here. . The Sushi Bar Address 🏡 : 10 Tampines Central 1, # 04-09 Tampines 1, Singapore 🇸🇬 529 536 Tel ☎️ : 8877 3535 Open ⏰ : Mon - Fri : 12pm - 3.45pm, 5.30pm - 9.45pm Sat - Sun : 11.30am - 9.45pm Website 🌐 : MRT 🚇 : Tampines (EW2/ DT32)
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And The Competitor From District 7 Is... District Sushi has it hard in the hunger games. There’s at least two other Japanese eateries that do sushi and sashimi within Sunshine Plaza alone, and there’s God knows how many other sashimi restaurants within a five hundred meter radius. And we’re not even gonna mention the glut of Japanese eateries all around Singapore that specialize in chirashi dons, just like District Sushi. However, District Sushi is nothing if not determined. It has survived in its minimalistic little shop space for a couple of years now and still continues to bowl out chirashi dons such as this bowl of salmon belly chirashi don ($16 nett). The most expensive item on their menu sits exactly at the $20 line, which does make District very competitive in terms of price. But what about the quality? I’m glad you asked. The quality of the sashimi overlaid on the steamed rice was simply stellar, and the quantity of sashimi was downright delightful. While there were only three different kinds of sashimi within (salmon belly, octopus and a solitary sweet prawn), there were so many slices of each kind lavishly splayed all around the top. The slices of thick cut salmon belly were supremely satisfying, while the thin slices of octopus brought a delightful chew and crunch to the textures in the bowl, and the lone prawn was subtly sweet and remarkably fresh. Unfortunately, the rice within was a disaster. It was shockingly sour due to an unwelcome excess of vinegar within the rice, and the rice was lumpy and tough to break down. For the first time in history, I refused to finish the rice in a chirashi don and left a good lot of it untouched, instead focusing on the sublime sashimi. The sashimi was definitely District’s saving grace. That, and their surprisingly mellow miso soup. The miso soup had an abundance of cooked salmon bits within, and was actually a delight to drink. Nicely salty, and with the right flavor combination to get your salivary glands raring and ready to go for the main course. The service at District Sushi is fast, polite but slightly sketchy. The waitress was friendly and efficient, the food came out in short order, but she completely forgot our order of mentaiko scallops until my dad and I realized that something was conspicuously absent from our table towards the end of our meal. To her credit, she promptly put in the order and offered her sincere apologies for that spot of forgetfulness. No harm done, really. While District Sushi certainly ain’t gonna be triumphant in the hunger games anytime soon, they’re not going down without a good fight.
Super Bara-Chirashi Don Rustic blocks of salmon, tuna, mekajiki (swordfish), unagi, tako (octopus), tobiko, tamago, kani stick, poached prawn and ikura basked in special homemade bara sauce. Served with salmon miso soup》$20 Fishes were fresh but not the best chirashi if I’m to compare it with another shop with the same price. The only let down would be the sushi rice where I felt it has too much vinegar in it. I wonder if they accidenly poured too much vinegar that day 🤔
Salmon Ikura Don Nothing can go wrong to a bowl of salmon don as long as the fishes are fresh. The salmon slices were thickly sliced and marinated/drizzled with sauce and topped with ikura. The sushi rice is quite sour and needs more improvement》$15
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A4 Wagyu Toban Yaki Set Lunch ($49). The restaurant famous for their house made all-natural dashi prepared using aged katsuobushi has opened a new sister arm at Bukit Pasoh near Outram MRT station. 🔸 For only $29++, you can have their dashi in a shabu shabu as part of a set lunch with Hokkaido pork, or black Angus beef. Ingredients are imported twice a week from Japanese prefectures such as Mie and Hyogo. Otherwise, you can go for their wagyu in a stock made from their dashi, as pictured. All set lunches include chawanmushi, tsukemono, wasabi kombu, ikura, katsuobushi, miso soup and dashi rice. 🔸🔸🔸 [Tasting] #foodphotography #fujifilm #burpple #sgjapfood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #japanesefood #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #eeeeeats #burpplesg #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #夜ごはん #wagyu #うち飲み #おうち晩酌 #和食 #shabushabu #hotplate #a4wagyu
ブラックアンガスビーフのだししゃぶセット $29 Dashi Shabu Shabu Black Angus Beef Set served with chawanmushi, tsukemono, wasabi konbu, ikura, katsuobushi, dashi rice and miso soup
If you want to savour the authentic and sublime flavours of MAI’s signature dashi, get the Shabu-Shabu set. The sets are accompanied by fresh seasonal vegetables as well as two house dips – dashi ponzu and sesame – for those who like their meats full-flavoured. The A4 Wagyu is a very good quality meat that has a beautiful fat marbling and melt-in-your-mouth tender texture. Remember to quote “DFD” to enjoy a FREE DESSERT for every set lunch purchased. #DFDSP
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