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1 For 1 Burpple Beyond This set was $22.90 but with 1 for 1 it was quite reasonable. Honestly, was expecting more quality for the food but it was average at best. The rice did not look like Japanese rice, I think they used jasmine rice instead. However, the unagi was quite good but I鈥檝e tasted better before. I liked the sashimi! However, portions were quite small and the chicken in the chawanmushi was pink and I did not dare to eat it. Overall, it was quite okay, would not go back there again if I were craving Japanese, could probably get cheaper and better quality food elsewhere. Food: 6.5/10
Vanessa
3w
MUST READ - Great Food But Very Schemy Went because of Burpple, 1 for 1 and because we live Wagyu so we went for the premium On their website the price of their buffet ranges from 40+ with premium at 64.9++ but as soon as they found out we ereee using burple they wouldn't allow the price that everyone else pays normally, instead it was $180 per person after ++ so we ended up paying 90 per person WHICH IS A TOTAL SCAM because it would have been cheaper without Burpple which was 64++ without the Burpple. Food was great but trust me if you read enough reviews you'll realise they are very dodgy and scammy. Another example is the premium was so much more expensive because it's more variety of wagyu AND you get free flow Ben and Jerry's ice cream which is not obvious and I looked everywhere on their menu and couldn't find it. I only knew because I read a review online, otherwise they would have gotten away with us having no free flow ice cream because they never told us, they purposely hide that info from you. Just because they're unethical and dishonest I wouldn't come back here again. Disappointed that you pay for burpple for such a terrible deal. Shame on burpple for allowing this also
Henry
5w
A5 Wagyu Yummy affordable high grade wagyu. Would have been better if it was charcoal grill
Ita
7w
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Value-for-money Kaisen Don At Food Republic [$8.80] This is a promotional lunch set, complete with chawanmushi, a bowl of miso soup and a cup of hot green tea. I am usually quite wary of sashimi at budget prices because I feel that they are usually not fresh. At this price point, I wasn鈥檛 expecting much too. The sashimi isn鈥檛 as fresh as I would have liked them to be, but the amount is decent for the price. The octopus was a bit rubbery and tough, and some of the sashimi tasted a bit bland on my tongue. The tamago cubes were sweet and soft, according to my memory of how I think Japanese tamago should taste like. They use Japanese rice but the rice felt a bit undercooked to me. But it was truly value-for-money considering the amount of sashimi that are in there.
Paige
1y
Saba Fish With Rice $8/ ppax Fish was a little dry, but overall good for the price and came with rice. I recommend at least trying once DO NOT ORDER the kimchi soup. It鈥檚 too spicy for anyone
Chetan
1y
Hot Stone Tendon by Sizzling Hot Stone! First of its kind in Singapore, the hot stone tendon ($11.80) comes with enticingly prawn tempura and crunchy kakiage complete with an onsen egg in the middle. 鈥 Two more soup pots, Health & Beauty Salmon Pot ($9.80) and Spicy Chicken Pot ($9.80) are now available too! We just can鈥檛 get enough of the miso based Health & Beauty Salmon Pot which contains fresh Norwegian salmon, onions, mushrooms and fresh vegetables. 鈥 Japan Foods Garden @ Shaw Centre Address: 1 Scotts Road, B1-01, Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208 #japanfoodsgarden
Cassie
1y
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Wakaremi (part of lunch sushi omakase at $180++). We know chutoro and otoro, but there's also a very rare part of the tuna known as wakaremi. It's found near the fin of the tuna, and available only in very small quantities. Chef Tomo calls it the chateaubrian equivalent for tuna. It's a lean part of the tuna with little fibers, yet it's very soft and very rich. 馃敻 Sushi Kimura serves sushi omakase, as well as omakase with other non-sushi dishes. At Kimura, you must go for non-sushi items as well, or better still go for all non-sushi dishes on Monday evenings. 馃敻 #wakaremi #toro #sushikimura #foodphotography #fujifilm #burpple #sgjapfood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #sgjapanesefood #burpplesg #鏅┿仈銇倱 #澶曘仈椋 #鍜岄 #omakase #sashimi #鍒鸿韩 #銇娿伨銇嬨仜 #seafood #sgrestaurant
Justin
1w
Miam Miam Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you鈥檙e a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji鈥檚, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.
3w
Simple but Delish Chawanmushi (part of $250++ omakase) Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you鈥檙e a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji鈥檚, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.
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Limited Edition Strawberry Souffl茅 Pancakes with Ice Cream, Whipped Cream and Strawberry Sauce [$20++] Today鈥檚 my first time trying these pretty Japanese souffl茅 pancakes! I shared these with my mum 馃崜 Decided to pay a visit after reading reviews of various new souffl茅 pancake places in Singapore and seeing Riz Labo being voted as the best in town. - Riz Labo Kitchen hails from Omotesando in Tokyo, Japan, some Japanese people work there so you know it鈥檚 pretty legit. - It鈥檚 located on level 4 within Japan Food Town at Wisma Atria, near the escalators. It鈥檚 taken over what was previously Bar Nippon, so the ambience is very bar-like. - The pancakes are made fresh when you order, so we waited about 20 min for the pancakes. - The menu mentioned that the souffl茅 pancakes are made with egg whites, and Japanese organic, gluten-free rice flour which was promising! We did find that the pancakes were pretty eggy in terms of taste, colour and smell so there are probably lots of egg yolks involved 馃し馃徎鈥嶁檧锔 To me, the pancakes kind of taste like chiffon cake meets pancakes. - We thought the whipped cream would have been better if it was fresh, cold + real not artificial whipped cream. The vanilla ice cream (not strawberry as stated in the menu) went really well with the pancakes. - Personally, I thought the price of the pancakes was pretty steep for the ingredients involved and also it wasn鈥檛 that satisfying. Perhaps it鈥檚 the labour costs involved in making the pancakes that explains the price 馃し馃徎鈥嶁檧锔 - PS. They don鈥檛 serve tap water. Recommend ordering the $3 refillable English tea if you don鈥檛 have any water.
Rachel
4d
Japanese Creme Brulee Souffle Pancake The first time I tried souffle pancake was in Tokyo, at one of the famous store, A Happy Pancake. Have been craving that ever since and was happy to try Riz Labo's version at Wisma. The first thing that came to mind when I had my first bite, was how light the pancake tasted. The pancake itself was not sweet, and that complemented nicely with the sweet creme brulee sauce. The sauce was torched before serving, and that added a nice charred taste to thr overall flavour. I would say that this is a really good effort and one of the better souffle pancakes you can get in Singapore. It is a little less "pancakey" compared to the one I had in Japan, but definitely stands out with its lightness and fluffiness. It is on the pricier side as well, but the creme brulee one is going for $15+ on weekdays compared to $20+ on weekends. Recommended if you are craving for Japanese souffle pancake, or if you have not tried those in Japan before!
Althea
9w
Best Pancakes In Town For Me These pancakes are freshly made. Fluffy and moist. Goes very well with the cream & toppings. Its on the pricey but it鈥檚 well worth. We went there about 3+pm and waiting time was about 20-30mins.
Suzi
15w
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I Found This Tempura Don Really Satisfying For The Price At $22.80++, I feel the 鈥淭oku-Jo鈥 (Premium Donburi) is really good value with a generous amount of tempura heaped on the rice. You can find anago (sea eel), a crab leg, prawn, fish, a couple of different vegetables and a fried freedom range egg on there. For the Tare (sauce), I chose the spicy over the regular version because my tastebuds prefer to have a kick of heat. A little oomph is always welcome in my opinion. Also included in the price is a serving of shredded cabbage salad and bowl of miso soup. See what I mean about it being good value?
Veronica
6d
New Tendon In The Heart Of Orchard Go all out with Toku-Jo Bowl ($22.80) that features ingredients such as anago (eel), crab leg, prawn and fish!
Agnes
2w
Toku-jo A bit late to the game, Tenjin is the latest Tendon specialty shop to have opened way after the wave of such shops and the trend having passed for quite some time. Moving into space which belonged to the now-defunct Circa 1912, Tenjin is situated in between Indigo Blue Kitchen and Kausmo at Shaw Centre. The Toku-jo is the Premium bowl here, consisting of Tempura pieces such as Anago, Crab Leg, Prawn, Fish, Vegetables and Freedom Range Egg, all the Tendons here come with Miso Soup and Kyabetsu Salad by the side, and an option to choose between Spicy Tare or Regular Tare for the choice of sauce. Going for the Tempura pieces, we liked how the Tempura pieces were pretty well-executed; the seafood being fresh with its moisture locked in while being encased in a light and airy Tempura batter that is crisp and not particularly greasy. The various vegetables such as the pumpkin, Shiso Leaf, and eggplant provided various textures to the bowl; the pumpkin and eggplant maintained a soft texture, while the Shiso Leaf was light and crisp 鈥 the Shiitake Mushroom also adding a bouncy bite within the light and crisp batter. Hidden beneath all the condiments, the Freedom Range Egg is also encased in the same batter 鈥 a poke from the chopstick sees the yolk eagerly bursting out, providing the fluffy, short-grain rice with a silkier touch; the rice comes drizzled with the Regular Tare (which we opted) that carried a sweet-savoury note that was not excessive or pudding at the bottom of the bowl. A pretty well-executed Tendon here; one of the better bowls out there; while this is more on the pricier side at $22.80, the two other bowls are priced below $15 before taxes and prevailing charges 鈥 a place to hit for those Tendon cravings without the queue (for now, that is).
Xing Wei
4w
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