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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

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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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.

Worth it! And yummilicious

Just find the miso soup not as nice as the one i had in Japan.

But well, for the price and free flow of rice, i will be back again. 😋

When 1 can't decide, this is a good choice as it has fried pork cutlet, healthy salmon salad, teriyaki salmon and sukiyaki beef. I've also swap the miso soup for clam soup! Yummy!

Had @yayoisg sukiyaki for lunch just now! It was so flavourful 😋

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My friend recommended this as her go-to Teishoku (Set Meal) and I can see why for its simplicity and clean-taste. The food presentation does look very different from that on the menu but I guess no issue as all items were accounted for. The best item in this set was the bowl of Japanese Kinme rice - each grain is separated and comes with a nice chewy density. Break the onsen egg into the rice and you will have yourself a simple and rather enjoyable dining experience. I also enjoyed the grated yam (reference to the white blob in the bowl with salmon slices) for it’s interesting slimy, sticky and slightly rough texture. A good meal for days when you want to eat clean!

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