🏮Gong Xi Fa Cai! Save even more with 1-for-1 deals >

Wafuken (Downtown Gallery)

275 Wishlisted
At Wafuken, we serve Wafu Cuisine cooked with modern techniques. We believe in guilt-free meals, good for taste and for your body. This is Health Tasting Good.

6A Shenton Way
#02-23 Downtown Gallery
Singapore 068815

(open in Google Maps)

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

View Address & Details

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites


From the Burpple community

The chicken and oyster blade steak here is amazing! The chicken is crazily soft and smooth - probably the best chicken breast I’ve had at a casual salad joint. The steak is really tender and flavourful as well, even without sauce. Highly recommend Wafuken for a healthy meal, especially if you’re in the area for spin or HIIT.

A good range of food to choose from and big portion of the food..

After a morning workout, let’s get something healthy. I didn’t want to choose and so went ahead and ordered their curated dish “Impossible Donburi”. It was just ok, I had expected something more (should have choose my own toppings 😩). It comprised of Minced Impossible Patty, Onsen Egg, Daikon Pickles with Furikake Japanese White Rice. I had to throw in some sauces to make it taste my way. (15 SGD)

Ordered furikake brown rice, mushroom medley, prawns and onsen egg. Paid only $5.50 with Entertainer 1 for 1.

Enjoyed my selection. Good range of food to pick from. Queue moved along quickly. Place has some good deals with some apps!

The highlight of this delicious plate was the Impossible patty, which is a sous vide plant-based patty with the texture and taste of a beef patty. The 150g patty cost $14 and here I've paired it with broccoli, sweet potato and mushroom medley.

I mean it doesn't really look impressive does it? It looks like a big ol portobello mushroom to me. Cutting into it, I was quite surprised to find it did have the texture of a medium rare patty. It was fork tender and had soft chunks that had the mouthfeel of bits of fat and cartilage. And it certainly had a beefy, meaty flavor to it. The patty was seasoned well; I could see bits of grated carrot, onion and greens inside.

However it lacked the juiciness of a beef patty and there was still something off about the taste that really confused my taste buds. I suggest dipping it in one of Wafuken's sauces like the garlic soy to enhance the flavor of the food.

Overall quite a good option for vegans who crave the flavor of meat. I'm still quite intrigued as to how such a meaty texture is produced without using any actual meat.