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78 Airport Boulevard
#05-202 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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Tuesday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Wednesday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Thursday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Friday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Saturday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Sunday:
09:00am - 03:00am

Monday:
09:00am - 03:00am

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The mentaiko salmon bao was 💯💯 think thicccc mentaiko sauce in a fried mantou bun!
Also love their truffle yakiniku with foie gras, and salmon don 🔥
Definitely a go-to place for creative Jap food in Singapore!

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truffle taste was not really strong, just in the truffle mayo but really loved the mushrooms on top. went really well with the fries!!!

surf and turf: truffle beef and sashimi don. super good beef with the char flavour! salmon mentaiko flavour was not very strong though. both had spicy tuna sashimi which was taste a bit like spicy korean bbq sauce.

Been wanting to try the happy hour oysters @ $2 per piece, and of course the drinks as well.

The total damage for all is $80+ (everything on the pic)

Order the oysters, hmmmm is kinda small. Had better and bigger ones at the price of $2. Oysters are fresh. 👍. Found a strand of hair only after i put the oyster into my mouth, pulling the hair out is so ewwww.
Ok the server apologise and they compensate another 2 piece of small oyster... Duhhhh. 🙄

Do not order the sashimi!! The plate cost me $20, and u can see from the pic, there is only 8 piece of pathetic sashimi and tbh is not that fresh.
Had a beer and wine as well for the happy hr deal.

Will not come back again for sure. Not a pleasant experience. The hair in thd oyster and the no very fresh n expensive sashimi is totally a ripped off for the evening. 😣

Spicy Mentaiko Don ($22.25)
*price includes svc charge & GST
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Steamed rice, chopped spicy tuna, mentaiko salmon, house-made pickles, wasabi, furikake, tare sweet sauce (think sweet teriyaki sauce)
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I wouldn’t eat anything raw prior to falling in love with @genkisushisg’s sashimi and @poketheory’s salmon poké around last year, so I thought I’m a raw 🐟 fan now but I guess it wasn’t the case.
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When I took my first bite of the tuna, I knew I made the wrong choice choosing this as my virgin Tanuki experience rather than their truffle beef gyu which I initially wanted because it was unpleasantly fishy and the texture is very fibrous 🤮 I took no more than 2 pieces of it.
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The salmon hmm I was really disappointed because it tasted not that fresh to me (I’m no fish expert but that was what I thought) and I can barely taste the mentaiko. I like my salmon to have abit of that fatty taste but this doesn’t have it.
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The only saving grace of this dish was the sweet tare sauce which they poured abit on the rice and gave it as a dipping sauce, that helped me unwillingly finish the salmon section of the bowl because I couldn’t bear to leave so much food left when I paid $20++
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Verdict: I just ordered the wrong dish... Will never order this again but would give their Jewel truffle gyu and other dishes a chance to prove why people love Tanuki the next time I go

Charcoal-Grilled, Sliced US Beef Shortrib in Tanuki Raw’s signature Sukiyaki sauce, Truffle soy, Onsen Egg, house-made pickles, Shio Konbu.

Hadn’t actually had anything from Tanuki Raw in a while, but this was pretty satisfying — the beef slices were sliced pretty thin and tender, carrying a slight hint of smokiness whilst perfuming of a truffle aroma; a good portion being served over the a bed of Japanese short-grain rice that is fluffy and sufficiently sticky, drenched with an ample amount of truffle soy for a savoury and earthy note of flavours that makes the rice easy to have. Mixing up the wobbly Onsen Egg into the entire bowl, it gives the rice and the beef slices a silkier texture that also helped to bind the various elements of the dish altogether, while the house-made pickles on the side gives a refreshing crunch with a tang to cut through all that meatiness and carbs to achieve a good balance. A pretty decent eat at Jewel; perhaps a visit to their Orchard Central outlet is due pretty soon considering it had been years since the last visit.

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