3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-647 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

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From the Burpple community

Queued 45 mins on a Friday night.
Entered at around 6.50pm and was told dining time was limited to 30 mins during peak period.

The beef and the portion is decent for its price but wished that there were more gravy in my rice

Overall this is cheaper then yoshi

I guess after seeing so many matcha everywhere, strawberry milk attracted me with its bright colour, so decided to try it.

It was interesting tasty and creamy as they use Hokkaido milk. Although the portion wasn’t much as it filled with lots of ice.

As we still can’t travel to Japan, SUKIYA came at the right time for us to have a taste of Japan’s affordable gyudon.

No queue when I came early before 11am and ordered their L side of gyudon with half boiled egg.

I guess in order to serve you as fast as possible, some of the ingredients probably have prepared earlier. Especially for the egg that come separately it was cold. So you must immediately break it to your gyudon to get the warm of the bowl.

As for the gyudon, it is chewy and affordable as it is.

Went back to @sukiya.singapore and had the Curry Rice with Beef and Triple Cheese. I was happy with my gooey mess which had a nice mix of the curry and the cheese along with the tender beef. Though the curry wasn't exceptional, it was rather tasty and I enjoyed how it was able to keep the heat in this bowl for a long time 😋 so glad the queue isn't that long now, I went at 3pm on a weekday and I only waited 5 minutes yay 🤗

If the Matcha equivalent was too mainstream, I felt that the Pudding Strawberry Milk (S$5.20) might be a considerable alternative. Also using Hokkaido milk, the difference came from the sweet strawberry syrup that also gave the dessert beverage a beautiful red colour.

The pudding was fine, but I wondered if the not-so-silky texture was made in this manner for easier sucking through the straw…

I bet SUKIYA was a highly-anticipated restaurant when boardings were placed around the restaurant before its opening.

Indeed, SUKIYA granted my wish for reasonably-priced beef bowls, with a medium-sized Gyudon at S$4.90 and a Half Boiled Egg Beef Yakiniku Bowl at S$7.90 respectively. In terms of flavour, the Beef Yakiniku Bowl would be slightly richer in flavour because of the additional sauté touch to the beef, but the Gyudon was not bad too given its lighter flavours to allow the natural beef flavours to subtly fill the mouth. A medium bowl would be sufficient to make up a regular meal, since it also came in huge portions of fluffy Japanese rice. Strangely, the rice was a tad marshy, of was that their unique texture that they were trying to deliver?

So perhaps Yoshinoya would now be facing a strong contender in the beef bowl scene. Hopefully, more outlets would spring across the country so that the affordable Gyudon and Yakiniku Don could be found everywhere.