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72 Peck Seah Street
Singapore 079329

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Really enjoyed this! Hamburg was so tender. We went around 830pm on a weekday. While there was no line, many items on the salad bar had run out by then.

This was just alright. We found the steak a little tough. Better bet would be the signature Hamburg!

The salad bar is amazing, with almost any and every salad vegetable. I would go for their perfectly cooked crisp broccoli and their delicious marinated beansprouts.

They also have really good, creamy potato salad. Other delicious highlights are the capellini pasta salad, tantanmen salad and the hijiki salad (a type of seaweed salad). Mix a soft-boiled egg into the noodles for a delicious, rich flavor explosion.

Desserts-wise the salad bar has the usual fresh fruit but I found their espresso jelly and matcha tofu most unique. The espresso jelly is really bitter and needs the thick cream to help sweeten it. I also loved their matcha tofu; it has a strong matcha flavor with a cake-like texture, not too sweet and goes perfectly with the espresso jelly cream and a few cubes of watermelon.

One of this outlet's most unique offerings is their free flow eggs. 🥚🍳 Here I have the okonomiyaki eggs (basically sunny side up with okonomiyaki sauce and mayo lol), scrambled eggs, tamagoyaki and plain omelette. The quality of the eggs are apparent from their glowing, bright orange yolk.

The scrambled eggs are super creamy and rich but they get cold and rubbery fast so try and grab and eat them fresh off the griddle. The omelette too has a delicious creamy perfectly cooked center. The okonomiyaki eggs are a little undercooked with a slightly gooey translucent white but you can't go wrong with these flavors.

My favorite by far were the tamagoyaki. They have plain ones and ones where the egg has been mixed with spring onions. They have a delightful layered mouthfeel and were sweet and dripping with dashi broth, really really good.

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This hot, steaming dish ($19.80) was super comforting in this rainy weather. It normally comes spicy but I requested it non-spicy. The pot contains a mini hamburg patty, mushrooms, tomato slices, leeks and tofu. The set is completed with onsen egg, rice and miso soup.

The soup itself is slightly on the bland and diluted side (perhaps because of the lack of chili) but still respledent with a sweet tomato flavor. I was happy that the tomato wasn't soggy and overcooked.

That delicious hamburg. So perfectly cooked and tender with that slight smudge of pink in the center. The juices flowed out when I cut into it, and it had soaked up the sukiyaki broth so the meat had a faint sweet aftertaste of tomato. So good.


We checked it out when we saw the moment without a queue outside the entrance. Besides its popular cheese Hamburg steak, we also had its A4 Wagyu steak. Frankly, neither impressed us in ways we expected them to be.
The cheese Hamburg didn’t stand out in flavour even though it was filled with a cheese center. The thin slices of Wagyu were fatty but lacked the grill finishing which was a real pity.
Ironically, we enjoyed their salad bar and egg station more than the mains. The former offered quite a substantial range for salad mix. Their free-flow tamago was the best thing for the meal; but it wouldn’t make sense to come and pay to mainly enjoy that. Unfortunately, the tamago was the only thing we remembered after the meal.