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100 Tras Street
#01-09 100AM
Singapore 079027

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Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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This was quite an interesting maguro dish ($18). Maguro strips are marinated in a soy sauce and wasabi based dressing, topped with uni and caviar and served with cucumber strips.

I felt that the maguro was slightly drowned out by all the other richer ingredients. This particular lean cut of maguro has a more delicate flavor and texture. And I couldn't really taste that beneath the dressing.

Still, as a whole the flavors formed quite a delicious medley, especially the spicy kick of the wasabi which could be washed down with a gulp of ice cold beer.

7/10

Atka mackerel is one of my favorite grilled fishes to eat. I love the oily, juicy texture of the fish and its distinctively slightly fishy, muddy odor. (also its packed full of healthy omega-3 fatty acids!)

I was happy with the portion size for $20. The fish glistened with juice as I tore into it, flaking apart beautifully with chopsticks. There was a smoky flavor to it from the grill and the fishy taste wasn't overpoweringly unpleasant, an indication of the fish's freshness.

It was served with a side of seasoned daikon and green onions, which tasted really good as well. Definitely one for the fish lovers and perfect washed down with some dry beer. :)

8/10

This katsu curry rice certainly satisfied my cravings. Huge portion of chicken katsu that it almost qualifies for a protein diet kind of meal if you can resist the rice underneath it.

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Chunky crunchy salty fried chicken skin. a perfect snack to go along with beer.

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Mark this 100AM hotspot down for a no-brainer weeknight dinner. Sit outside if the weather's good to kick back over a few beers and the Gyoza Croquette ($11). Save space for mains though, because a beautifully cooked Buta Kakuni ($14) with melt-in-the-mouth Iberico pork belly awaits – order a bowl of rice to go with this!
Photo by Burppler Kevin M

The avocado cream cheese complemented the maguro very well. Slap them on a cracker and you've got a delicious snack

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