201 Victoria Street
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Singapore 188067

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Una Una is well know for having the cheapest ๐—จ๐—ป๐—ฎ๐—ด๐—ถ ๐—›๐—ถ๐˜€๐˜๐˜‚๐—บ๐—ฎ๐—ฏ๐˜‚๐˜€๐—ต๐—ถ in SG, with their half portion coming in at just $9.80, regular at $14.80, and double at $19.80. So does the price affect the quality?

Obviously, it can't match up to the likes of Man Man but it's also almost half the price. In the face of affordability, I can't complain โ€” this is a solid option. Those scarlet chunks of eel were grilled to a nice tenderness with a touch of char, while sporting a glistening glaze that bestowed richness and depth without being turning cloying.

Alas, I did find the rice somewhat mushy, however that's not a huge complaint. Especially since my favourite mode of eating involves dousing it all in dashi broth, sprinkled with some spring onions and wasabi. This way results in a crisp profile while softening some of the glaze so you can get a more natural taste of the eel.

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Went for the Double serving ($19.80 before gst and service charge) and they were quite generous in their servings.

If Man Man took my breath away, then I would say this is relatively on par given the value price point. Worth trying and will go again

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If you love unagi and has a budget below 20 try una una! Personally been there twice and enjoyed my meal. Portion was just nice and service was quick and friendly.

Pretty decent & tasty unagi don at a very affordable price. This is a double portion which costs $19.80. The small portion is $9.80

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Hitsumabushi (Unadon) (Regular) ($14.80) was just nice serving for me include pickles, miso soup, dashi and spring onion. I also topped up with chawansushi ($3) but its just surprised that their chawansushi was not that bad compared to Hitsumabsushi (Unadon) was much pretty bad because got dark "char" surface on the unagi ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ฑ. I didn't expected that their rice was quite dry and not that moist type of rice and such a disappointment. ๐Ÿ˜‘ Good thing about dashi (soup stock) covered up on dry rice so much better than nothing. ๐ŸคญThere were different three ways of enjoy Hitsumabushi. 1) Put some rice and eel in the rice bowl 2) Put some condiments into rice bowl (didn't see at the table) 3) Add dashi (soup stock) in rice bowl. My sister topped up with Salmon Sushi ($4) as its just suprised that their washi look much fresh and spicy on the salmon. She also ordered Hitsumabushi (Unadon) (Small) ($9.80) as she was having similar thoughts on Unadon. Should be going to try Man Man Unagi next time ๐Ÿ˜…

Tbh, unagi anywhere will always be expensive so this was actually pretty worthwhile - considering how unagi makes one full easily and although it doesnโ€™t look like thereโ€™s a lot of grilled eel, you feel really full finishing the meal! ๐Ÿ˜ loved it, always craving.

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