1 Liang Seah Street
Singapore 18902

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Having jap food in a bar. Worth it with burpple as you can order anything in the menu that is above 8 bucks for the complimentary dish. The beef was fried with garlic that makes it really fragrant.

Started the meal with the mains because why not? The mentaiko pasta ($15) was so damn umami and wasn't as creavy-heavy as I was worried it would be. Do avoid clumping the shredded seafood when mixing as they lent a briney pop to the bite. Next, the Unagi Fried Rice ($11) was wonderfully sweet and charred, with the piece of Unagi being very nicely grilled. Ate them separately but might follow others' recc to mix everything together next time. Following the carbs, our sides came; started with the Fried Corn ($6) which was SERIOUSLY GOOD like each individual kernel was battered and deep-fried so it's sweet and crispy, and when paired with the accompanying sauces (some mayo+tobiiko hybrid and a Miso tartar?) it is seriously legit. Great to pair with drinks! The Ox Tongue ($12) came last and while good, wasn't as spectacular as I expected it to be. Overall, it was a good meal and will come back for happy hour.

Food was served really quickly, and portion was decent with burpple beyond. The salmon slices were thin but fresh, topped with good quality mentaiko, then torched so that the salmon was slightly cooked. The rice was a little too hard, and would be much nicer if it was softer and if had some vinegar or toppings to go with it like furikake or seaweed. Would return again with burpple beyond hoping that the rice was only hard today. Bar was a little loud as well.

Came for lunch and it is closed


This eatery located at Liang Seah Street is a Modern Japanese izakaya restaurant offering savoury dishes like Salmon Ikura Don ($33), Spicy Maguro Don ($28), Unagi Tama Mentai Don ($22) which sees grilled smoke unagi tamago mentai aburi steam japanese rice. Their Saikoro Steak ($20), which consists of Wagyu beef cubes, Shimeji mushroom and their tasty home-made sauce, is also highly raved about by many patrons!
📸 by Burppler Jaslyn T.


we all ordered the mentai salmon don which was pretty good! the salmon was served in a somewhat aburi style but i particularly liked the fact that it was slightly flamed on the top but still had some of the sashimi texture

they have a bunch of deals on different days for alcoholic drinks but we didn’t order any

atmosphere is very vibey

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