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201 Victoria Street
#04-10 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

09:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Did you say $9.80 for Hitsumabushi?!? With the opening of @UnaUna.SG a unagi specialty restaurant, get to polish off these charcoal-grilled unagi Hitsumabushi from just $9.80~ That’s value-for-money, though you might want to upsize to their Regular ($14.80) or Double ($19.80) for more Unagi.


Giving the other unagi specialty restaurants a run for their money, Una Una’s Regular Hitsumabushi ($14.80) was pretty darn satisfying especially due to the fact that I didn’t have to compete with a snaking queue. Surprisingly good, the eel did not have any fishy odor and was quite plump. Fairly smoky, the best part of the charcoal-grilled unagi was the soft interior as some tend to dry out while trying to achieve the glisteningly crisp exterior in my opinion - so their rendition had both. As for the array of condiments, namely spring onions, wasabi, nori and dashi; they were pretty standard. Though my main qualms were that the dashi that lacked oomph and the slightly sweeter tare could be made more savoury. Nevertheless, it was a steal for the portion!


Unagi Hitsumabushi
Double Serving - $19.80
Freshly grilled unagi served in a rice bowl, comes with dashi and some typical garnish & condiments. The meat is flavourful, especially after adding unagi sauce, but the pickles, dashi and rice can do better. Enjoy the first portion of the hitsumabushi with its original flavours, before mixing the second portion with seaweed & spring onions. Lastly is to add in dashi to wash down all the flavours. May not be the best in the market but definitely coming back for its high CP value
Una Una

This Tokyo-style dish comes with dashi, pickles, and a serving of chawanmushi. You will also get more rice here compared to the serving in hitsumabushi.

Notice that the unagi is prepared differently. Though it is still grilled over charcoals under strict temperature control, the cooking time is only six to eight minutes.

This shortened grilling method yields a softer, more delicately textured eel.

Value for money, will come back again! Unagi was soft and grilled well, serving was generous. The unagi rolls are good for sharing. Service was quite slow.

I know the photo is bad and blur, but I just wanted to post a review of this place. Staff attitude needs serious improvements. We were constantly being ignored, interrupted, and forgotten. Heck, they actually forgot our order, insisted we already ate, and then did not apologize for their mistake. The food is not bad, yes, it’s decent unagi and affordable, but I would not come back here nor recommend it to people because of the poor impression the staff’s rudeness gave me.