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Singapore 138607

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11:30am - 07:30pm

11:30am - 07:30pm

11:30am - 07:30pm

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11:30am - 07:30pm

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From the Burpple community

A medley of seasonal sashimi-grade seafood torched and tossed in aged soy sauce. Topped off with tobiko and ikura, garnished with spring onion and ground wasabi.

I honestly forgot how good @WaaCowSG’s beef and salmon donburis were.

Sous-vide for 24 hours and torched to perfection, the Original Wagyu Beef Don ($19.90) was plenty juicy and tender. Well-marinated and a tad fatty, the meat was nicely flavoured with their house-made soy-based beef sauce - savoury and not too rich. The bowl also comes with pickles and my favourite oozy 62 °C egg.

For something more indulgent, the Truffle Wagyu Beef Don ($22.90) goes one step further from their signature flame torched beef with the accompaniment of their house-made truffle sauce. Served with ground black truffle and champignons, the bowl’s earthy flavours also matched superbly well with their soy-based beef sauce. Great for truffle fans as the taste was infused wonderfully into the strips of meat.

*Free islandwide delivery for orders above $65!

Topped with a good amount of Mentaiko sauce and a thin glaze of Nikiri sauce, the medium-rare Mentaiko Salmon Don ($18.90) simply melts in the mouth. Sashimi-grade, the fresh-tasting slab was also boosted by a flaky exterior and moist center. The tobiko providing briny bursts of sweetness while the furikake garnished over the bed of sushi rice gave the bowl a very pleasant hit of umami and crunch.

*Free islandwide delivery for orders above $65!

Waa cow is delivering island-wide for free if you order above $65!

I've previously reviewed their marina one outlet and their delivered bowls are just as good because rice bowls hold up pretty well in packaged boxes.

This time, I tried their truffle and mentaiko donburis and have to say that the truffle one is really mind-blowing! Each piece of meat was packing so much flavour, I had to close my eyes to savour each piece. Not only are the tender beef strips flamed to give you an appropriate amount of a bittersweet aftertaste, they also perfectly infused with hints of truffle.
When I add truffle oil to my dishes at home, it's somehow either too little or too much! Here, they managed to make the truffle just right -- not 'jelat' but oh-so-satisfying. And if it's not enough for the truffle-lovers out there, there is even a small dollop of truffle tartufata on top to really drive that truffle taste home.

I'm all for mentaiko and adding it to mayo and pasta, but the mentaiko naturally does not pack as big a punch as the truffle. I also feel like truffle blends better with meat as compared to mentaiko. However, if you're not a fan of truffle, you should definitely go for this instead -- the charred beef strips in the mentaiko donburi were as good as what I described for the truffle dish, and the mentaiko sauce was full of umami. | ®️:9/10 -- call me greedy but I just didn't get enough of that tender meat! 😅

Well torched beef which was perfect leaving it tender and juicy. The fluffy rice balances well with the melt-in-your-mouth fats from the beef which releases all of its flavours every mouthful.

The salmon cubes were fresh and they are very generous with their portion which makes it worth the price. Every spoonful I ate, had lots of salmon cubes and salmon roe which makes the meal filling.