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Wara Smoked Bonito @ Pixy. A creative fusion of Japanese and French influences. . This features thick cut fillets of fresh bonito fish, flash smoked over rice straws, garnished with sliced cucumber and watercress leaves. . You get the tender flaky meaty chew of the bonito fish with its deep savoury salty smoky flavour, then the fresh vegetal sweet notes of the juicy cucumbers and crunchy watercress leaves. . The dressing of miso sauce, sherry vinegar, walnut paste, and chestnut oil lends alternating notes of savoury sour earthy nutty flavours. . Contrasted by the base which features creamy dollops of yoghurt with milky sour flavour, and crunchy Japanese leeks with vegetal earthy sweet flavour. These help cut through the richness of the fish. . This dish leans more towards the French balance of taste profiles. . Invited tasting. 5-course omakase starts at SGD $100++ per person. . . . Pixy More details in profile & blog
Ivan
21m
Foie Gras Flan @ Pixy. A contemporary dinner-only restaurant that serves up delicious fine-dining style Japanese French fusion. . This closely resembles the Japanese chawanmushi, except, that it's not. . The dense yet velvety soft foie gras mousse carries delicate savoury salty flavour from being slightly torched, while the vegetal earthy sweet savoury burdock root braised in home made poultry consommé lends a contrasting crunch to texture. . Luxurious creamy uni morsels round out this dish with briny salty sweet flavour. . Chef spoons more of the consommé over before serving it. Incredible burst of flavour, yet, it remains light on the palate. . Invited tasting. Seasonal 5-course Omakase priced at SGD $150++ per person. . . . Pixy More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1m
For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$40) Bookmark this Jap-fusion resto-bar along Mohamed Sultan Road for fancy date nights – complete with mod-chic decor and dim lighting to suit the mood! Go for the tender and juicy Lamb Chops ($45 for one pax, $118 for sharing), which come with savoury lamb ragout and roasted vegetables. P.S. There're vegetarian options here too, like the Summer Vegetable Risotto ($25) consisting of summer vegetables simmered with Japanese rice topped with parmigiana.
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For 1-for-1 Noodles/Seafood/Meat Dish (save ~$16) Impress your lunch date at this Japanese restaurant along Robertson Quay. Expect quality, dashi-based dishes that will knock your socks off, such as the Beef Sukiyaki Udon ($18) featuring sukiyaki beef slices, al dente udon and a poached egg sitting in a tasty dashi broth. Good for sharing is the tender Grilled Wagyu Beef ($48) and the luxurious Gindara Saikyo Yaki ($38) – grilled silver cod fish paired with white miso. Photo by Burppler Kenneth Lee
Burpple
4d
A4 Kumamoto Wagyu Beef ($80/pax). Dashi Master Marusaya serves shabu shabu is good dashi stock using fresh ingredients imported from Japan, such as kombu from Hokkaido and bonito flakes freshly shaved from aged dried katsuobushi. 🔸 While the soup is great, the meats for the shabu shabu could be rather disappointing. The A4 wagyu from Kumamoto was tender but it's sweetness didn't evoke much excitement from me, and considerably pricey considering there weren't many slices of the wagyu for a $160 plate. 🔸 Which reminded me I very much preferred @tamashii_robataya for their shabu shabu, where they serve higher quality A5 Saga wagyu for around the same price, in shabu stock that are also very delicious. 🔸🔸 #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 #kumamotobeef #うち飲み #おうち晩酌 #和食 #shabushabu #hotpot #a4wagyu
Justin
23w
Sukiyaki Beef Udon Set | $18++ When will I stop eating beef udon? NEVER! Ventured for the first time into Marusaya at Robertson Quay for lunch. A good sign was that all the staff and all the patrons were Japanese! The restaurant offered a number of value-for-money lunch sets which a few of them caught my eye. It specialises in shabu shabu but I decided to go for an inexpensive option of the sukiyaki beef udon set. The set included the sukiyaki beef udon and a poached egg, with the option to have it hot or cold, as well as to have a free upsize portion of udon or not. The set also included ohitashi (Japanese spinach salad), a vegetable appetiser, pickles, mini chawanmushi and dessert. The beef slices were definitely superior to other udon establishments but the broth was too light even after the addition of bonito flakes. The udon was too al dente for me as I prefer it softer and chewier. Overall, it was still a good bowl of udon but when I come back, I’ll definitely try the other sets. The restaurant was full but not overpacked for a Sunday lunch which made it a good option to bring the family.
Kenneth
46w
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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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Yaki Ebi Be-Kon Bata Yaki While I was very used to seeing bacon-wrapped straw mushrooms or asparagus in grilled skewers, it might just be my first encounter with the prawn version. Indeed, this item was delightful with the prawn cooked just nicely, and the juiciness of the seafood played down the possibility of having an over-salty bacon and butter coat. Wonder how it would be even more unforgettable if there is some Kewpie mayonnaise on them. Fattening, yes, but worth the calories! Also available ala carte at S$18.00. #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
2h
Snowy Cherry Blossom Chawanmushi #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
4d
Sashimi Moriawase Cheers to having a platter of raw fish in an eat-all-you-can setting, and that was what Shin Minori could offer in their Omizu Buffet menu. The assortment might vary depending on the availability, but would usually come with 6 kinds of Sashimi if you would take all of them. Otherwise, the Sashimi could also be selected to your preference, ranging from salmon, spicy seared tuna, tuna, yellow tail, octopus or cuttlefish. The most satisfying thing about this item was that the seafood were cut to the right thickness, and one could tell its freshness easily (I simply liked eating it with a bit of Wasabi). I would say that this item made a fantastic start to my meal, though I might also consider eating a few rounds of Sashimi as my meal too. Thankfully, Burpple Beyond had my weekday dinner buffets covered as one of their deals, so for S$49.90 I could indulge in a Japanese feast for 2 pax. Awesome, isn’t it? #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
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