YAYOI (100AM)

22 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
YAYOI is a JAPANESE TEISHOKU RESTAURANT. We serve “TEISHOKU” which includes a good balance of steamed rice (Japanese’s staple food), miso soup, main dish, side dish and other items on a tray. YAYOI will pass down Japan’s delicious food to the future and spread it to the world

100 Tras Street
#03-12 100AM
Singapore 079027

(open in Google Maps)

Saturday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Monday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

View Address & Details

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required

Reviews

From the Burpple community

A okay bowl of chicken don, chicken is slightly dry. The wasabi mayo is good but can be more generous in the amount given.

1 Like

Nikki Udon - surprisingly more substantial than I imagined. 👍 quality was good. worth the price. Paid $15.18

2 Likes

These were the dishes I tried this time round:
-Pork Mix Toji Teishoku ($16.90++ or $14.90++ for ala carte): Half pork cutlet, one breaded pork and sliced pork on a hot plate
-Shogayaki Teishoku ($12.90++ or $10.9++ for ala carte): Stir fry pork belly in ginger sauce


While the Pork Mix Toji Teishoku was similar to the other Toji Teishokus which I have countless times before, I like this pork mix combo as you get both a fried pork cutlet and sliced pork! Best of both world! I like the soupy eggy broth to drench my rice in them!


It was my first time trying the Shogayaki Teishoku! When it got served, I thought it was weird that they gave a side of mayo sauce to go with the ginger sauce pork belly. But oh my, it was the best combination ever and I loved it! I also like that the ginger sauce wasnt tooo gingery, so I could enjoy the dish still!

It was also the first time the service staff came round to explain their signature dishes to us, and I got to know that they pride themselves in the RICE and MISO SOUP! Wow, that is a very bold statement to make, to say that your RICE is good. But omg, the rice is really good! No wonder I find myself being a rice bucket and finishing up my rice everytime I dine here!

1 Like

~
·
Pork Loin Hobayaki Zen - $25.90
·
YAYOI is known for their tasty teishoku, even Japanese frequently dine in there! They recently launched new menu and the Hobayaki Zen is one of top picks. Magnolia leaf grilled with wasabi miso sauce and meat of your choice (Chicken Steak, Scallops, Salmon, Seafood or Pork Loin). It comes with rice set that includes tempura and sashimi. I changed to multigrain rice and added onsen egg by the side (additional cost). The wasabi miso is really shiok, goes very well with meat and seafood, flavourful with a kick!
·
Yayoi Singapore
@yayoisg
@itadakimasubyparco

YAYOI a reasonably priced Japanese restaurant with good choices of teishoku. I order the Tonkatsu Teishoku which includes a large cut of breaded pork loin cutlet, small salad and I switch the white rice to 16-grain rice for additional $1. The menu indicate come with miso soup but not sure is it cause takeaway so no miso soup given. Pork cutlet crisp and not oily while the meat retain it's tenderness. Also order TamagoYaki (Japanese Omelette) taste wise is fine. Will try again if I happen to be nearby but will not deliberately just to go there for a meal.

Lunch set promo at $11.90++. The gyoza is an add-on. Salmon don was ok and the udon was silky smooth. Value for money.

ADVERTISE WITH US