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Superior Prawn Mee Pok ($19++) H O S T E D I’m not kidding when I say my friend Dex and I were blown away by the Superior Prawn Mee Pok ($19++) here. It is a mouthwatering creation that is unlike any other prawn noodles I’ve had. The thin strands of silky “mee pok” are cooked al dente in a lusciously rich gravy-broth made from prawn heads. There is a whole bunch of ingredients in it: tiger prawns, pork, half an egg and sakura ebi. What I love most though is the small chewy pieces of “lap cheong” or preserved Chinese sausage. They use the type that’s imported from Hongkong, so the Chinese wine-fragrant meat adds a delicate sweetness that is intoxicatingly good with the savoury profile of the dish.
Veronica
26m
Wagyu Truffle Don ($34). There's a hidden treasure beneath all those freshly-shaved truffles (swipe for photo) - there's a slow-cooked egg to smear all over the nanatsuboshi rice to hold them, the wagyu, and the truffles together. I first had this at Izy Dining and Bar, the concept that preceded Izy Fook, and I found it to be as good as before. 🔸🔸 [Tasting] #izyfook #foodphotography #fujixh1 #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #sgig #cafehoppingsg #stfoodtrending #sgdinner #finediningsg #cbdeats #uncagestreetfood #wagyu #wagyudon #sgjapfood #truffles #singaporefood #japanesefoodsg
Justin
1w
CharSiew and Roast Pork When you feel like having good roast meats in a modern chic setting this is the place. One of the better roast meat choices in CBD area. Good for small groups as the portions come in a variety of sharing sizes.
Nicholas
2w
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MAN MAN UNAGI x TEPPEI Had this pretty good Kaisen X Hitsumabushi don from the new Man Man Unagi restaurant in Clarke Quay Central. At $32.50, it doesn't come cheap, but, quantity of the food justifies the price. Although I was quite disheartened to see that the Unagi was frozen, they did prepare it well, and it was crisp on the outside and moist and tender inside. They have both the original and spicy unagi sauce (I went for spicy, although the original is sweeter). I did expect the unagi to be fresh though :(, and see it cut live - was really quite a bummer. As for the sashimi, it was of a nice, fresh, and had a good mix but unfortunately, was rather tasteless. They could've done a better job with the marinade. The combo of Kaisendon and Hitsumabushi is rather unusual I must say, but it (kind of) works I guess? Overall, the food could've been better in terms of quality, their quantity hits the right spot. It's still extremely satisfying to eat here though, a good meal! Come to Man Man to fulfil your unagi cravings! Rating: 4/5
Nicholas
1w
Man Oh Man Man Man Unagi have just opened their newest outpost at Clarke Quay Central today, and they’ve roped Tendon Kohaku in as the other half of the tag team duo. Oddly enough, instead of offering an outlet exclusive special like tempura with their signature charcoal grilled unagi (eel), they’ve paired with Teppei to offer grilled eel with sashimi of all things. Weird innit? The Kaisen x Hitsumabushi ($32.50++) is the end product of that collab. The sashimi was...barely passable. The unagi was undoubtedly umami and sufficiently smoky from the charcoal grilling, but I’m starting to get the feeling that some people may have grossly overhyped how good it was. However, transforming a portion of the eel & rice into an ochazuke soup with rice by pouring the broth provided on the side was rather revolutionary.As a matter of fact, I found myself being impressed by the light but sapid broth ably accentuating the sweet & savory flavors of the unagi. The portions are pretty hefty and can surely satisfy a big eater, but I find it difficult to convince myself to make a return trip to Man Man for this. With that said, even on opening night, Man Man’s service crew were impeccable, so I’d expect them to have minimal issues with their service in the future.
Russell
1w
Unagi X Chirashi The best do both worlds!! Unagi was great as usual, however felt that the chirashi could be better
Clarissa
2w
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Bara-chirashi Don ($15) New Jap place in myVillage with friendly service! The don was pretty good, but also fairly standard. I might give their wagyu beef don a try the next time I'm here - a friend had it and had good reviews of it!
Eliza
2d
Wagyu Beef Don ($18.80) Was a hearty meal.. the truffle smell wasn’t too overbearing, and there was a very generous portion of beef. Requested for the beef to be cooked a little longer and the staff were very helpful. Will be back!
Jocelyn
3w
Wagyu Beef Don From [email protected], a new establishment that had just opened its doors recently at myVillage @ Serangoon Gardens taking over the former premises of Little Wimbly Lu. Opened by Campus Superstar alumni Renfred Ng, this is his latest venture after The Milky Way Homemade Ice-Cream and Coffee situated at Tanglin Halt. Serving up Japanese Donburi and being much of the neighbourhood drinking hole by offering a decent variety of alcoholic beverages, the Wagyu Beef Don features Pan Seared Wagyu Beef with Truffle Shoyu over White Rice. Pretty much a tried and tested formula, the Wagyu Beef Don is undoubtedly satisfying and comforting; the slices of Pan Seared Beef done with a pinkish centre and is pretty much easy to chew being tender — the slight drizzle of the Truffle Shoyu adding a hint of truffle aroma that helps to ante up the flavours of the beef without overwhelming the entire bowl with its flavour. Sitting atop the pearly and fluffy short-grain rice, garlic chips had been added for some crispness and to provide a garlicky note, whilst the sous-vide egg comes all wobbly and with an oozy egg yolk that helps to bind all the elements together with a slikier touch. A pretty good Wagyu Beef Don here that would work well with the masses.
Xing Wei
4w
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Chicken Liver Is Good Value @ $7++ Hard to find, as it is tucked behind the Min Jiang @ Dempsey restaurant. The signature uni shabu shabu is extremely yummy, although it costs an outrageous $68++. The chicken thighs stuffed with glutinous rice and topped with uni is overrated. The yakitori dishes are delish, more ‘refined’ than at other superior yakitori places. There are some rip-offs, like the raw white corn at $24++!! Great choices of Japanese whiskey and sake. Cocktails are also unusual, although the soursop margarita is a bit too sweet. Attentive, albeit slow, service. It is extraordinarily pricey for a casual restaurant - unless you stick to the lunch sets, you would end up paying $130 a head. So, lots of expats or nouveaux riches among the clientèle.
4w
Chicken Patty Not Worth $18++ Hard to find, as it is tucked behind the Min Jiang @ Dempsey restaurant. The signature uni shabu shabu is extremely yummy, although it costs an outrageous $68++. The chicken thighs stuffed with glutinous rice and topped with uni is overrated. The yakitori dishes are delish, more ‘refined’ than at other superior yakitori places. There are some rip-offs, like the raw white corn at $24++!! Great choices of Japanese whiskey and sake. Cocktails are also unusual, although the soursop margarita is a bit too sweet. Attentive, albeit slow, service. It is extraordinarily pricey for a casual restaurant - unless you stick to the lunch sets, you would end up paying $130 a head. So, lots of expats or nouveaux riches among the clientèle.
4w
Will These Chefs Be Driving Porsche’s Soon? Hard to find, as it is tucked behind the Min Jiang @ Dempsey restaurant, but by no means Bincho at Min Jiang is a bin for the show at Min Jiang. The signature uni shabu shabu is extremely yummy, although it costs an outrageous $68++. The chicken thighs stuffed with glutinous rice and topped with uni is overrated. The yakitori dishes are delish, more ‘refined’ than at other superior yakitori places. There are some rip-offs, like the raw white corn at $24++!! Great choices of Japanese whiskey and sake. Cocktails are also unusual, although the soursop margarita is a bit too sweet. Attentive, albeit slow, service. It is extraordinarily pricey for a casual restaurant - unless you stick to the lunch sets, you would end up paying $130 a head. So, lots of expats or nouveaux riches among the clientèle.
4w
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