Bringing playful, modern Japanese-styled cuisine to the Bras Basah area. Tanuki Raw at Kapok serves up its signature rice bowls along with cocktails, craft beer, and one of Singapore's best happy hours and oyster hours.

111 Middle Road
#01-05 National Design Centre
Singapore 188969

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm



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$18 ++

Quite atas and expensive rice bowl for me to experience for first time. Recommended by my bestie when she search via online and saw good review of rice bowl. Rice is quite good and really make me full for dinner. Char Siew is not bad too to mix with Salted Duck Egg Mayonnaise Sauce.

Honestly, what could go wrong with combination of sweet potato fries, truffle oil, and fresh shaven truffles anyway? It's a bit expensive, but the amount of truffle is pretty generous. Otherwise you can also get one without fresh truffle for $11.9.

Tanuki Raw at Kapok now has a coffee brew bar where their barista @whelthatslife presents his coffee creations such as his nitro cascara honey-lime (a concoction steeped from coffee berry peel) and his range of flavoured cold brews. Beans from local roasters and sourced from his travels are also featured at the pour over bar.
And I liked their White Cold Brew. The coffee grounds are first steeped in cold water for 24 hours to fully extract the flavour of their blend, before the brew is methodically sieved to fully extricate all the oils so as to achieve a clean brew. Milk is mixed for a richer and full bodied brew. This version with maple was infused with vanilla, so it had that little smokiness to it, and it still wasn't too sweet.
One of my favourite cold brews around, and it's a very enjoyable drink for our weather. And since I was sipping on this at 5pm, I had their $2 oysters too, bliss ๐Ÿ˜

Fried yakiniku steak, avocado, tamago & bacon maki, topped with melted cheese, smoked ketchup, umami mayo & onions - a japanese fusion

Verdict: ๐Ÿ˜ im not impressed. This dish tasted very much like "fast food". Might be the taste buds couldnt tell the difference ๐Ÿ˜ถ i like the crisp of the fried seaweed maki combi, but the taste was meh. It was quite "covered up" by the ketchup ๐Ÿ˜–

Pan seared US black angus short rib, onsen egg, sauteed mushroom, and truffle soy over the Tanuki Raw's signature rice
+$2++ for a basic set
+$5++ premium set

๐Ÿ’ธ $24++
Verdict: ๐Ÿ˜‹
Still one of the best valued beef don.
The substantial piece of foie gras was beautifully pan fried topped on their signature rice, yummy with different flavours: runny egg yolk or truffle soy or even the fat of the foie gras ๐Ÿ˜› I would love for the beef to be leaner but i guess this texture is not bad too.

Had the foie gras truffle yakiniku don priced at $19 during lunch time. As other burpplers have commented, the truffle flavor was non existent, but that didn't stop us from enjoying the meal nonetheless! The beef slices were good and the foie gras soft and fatty. I actually quite liked the sweet seasoning on the foie gras. Would suggest against the 5 bucks top up for the set and also the cakes which costs almost the price of a main at $12 - for the price I expected something special or a big slice at least but it was small and not well done at all.

Been shopping around diligently but this is still the best bang for your buck. Although the beef is not wagyu, I like that they don't use cheap sinewy cuts (unlike Burning Oak for example) and it is done consistently medium rare. Also dig the brown rice with mushroom with plentiful tasty gravy. Not in CBD proper I know, but a short drive for days when the boss is away :p

Too salted...
Rice tastes good!
Be prepared to drink lots of water

It's a very strange combination. Please don't order this!

The char siew slices were thick and the sauce went well together with the perfectly done egg yolk on japanese white rice. This bowl costs $19 during dinner, but it is cheaper during lunch time 1130-3pm.

This bowl costs $23 at times other than lunchtime which costs $19. The truffle taste is pretty mild, overwhelmed by the sweet sauce on the foie gras. The foie gras melted in my mouth and it was so satisfying. The egg was done perfectly which goes really well with the beef slices. Recommended for a first timer at Tanuki.

One of the best bowl of goodness and you wouldn't regret going there to try it! Lunch is the best timing to get this as the menu will be cheaper as compared to the dinner's menu. Accompanied with the set meal, comes with Salad, Miso Soup and Hot Green Tea! Bring all your kakis along and try out all of the different bowls of goodness. Mmmmdap! ๐Ÿคค (not to mention, their char siew is super good, it melts in your mouth!!!)

Not bad just a little too little beef and the slices are really thin. It's quite affordable at lunch prices and the ambience is nice and quiet, service staff are quite attentive at the same time.

whatever man, #TGIF wheee! โ˜บ๏ธ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ this lovely #truffle scented yakiniku donburi (S$23) from #tanukiraw with a generous slab of foie gras and a perfectly gooey egg to smash and spread really hit the spot for me... #yummy ๐Ÿš๐Ÿ˜ #food #foodpics

Passed by Tanuki Raw at Orchard yesterday, gave up with the long long q. Today! We made it to the branch at Bugis area. Thankful for the much more peaceful and enjoyable environment.

Happy hour! $2 per oyster and we had 8 in total by ordering two drinks. Had the fruity Kyoto Protocol ($14) and the sweet Sake Honey ($10).

Foie Gras Yakiniku ($23) still taste as superb and rich. Tried Negitoro Don ($18) today but I didn't quite like it thou.

Will definitely go back again for the oysters.

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