1 Maritime Square
#01-76A HarbourFront Centre
Singapore 099253

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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they say feeds 3-4 but more like 2 people, max 3 if you’re small girl eaters. but it rly is quite huge and substantial and the quality is pretty good. it’s $39.80 if i’m not wrong! worth a try. fresh & very good addition of tempura flakes on the bed of chirashi to give it extra crunch and flavour.

Giant chirashi don ($39.90) 🍛 7/10

Doesn't a huge bowl of colourful fresh fish put a smile on your face? This beauty is supposed to be shared between 3-4 people but my gluttony got the best of me and ate it with just 1 other.

There was so much salmon, tuna, swordfish and even bits of scallops layered over the warm rice that helped to bring out each spoonful's flavour. What a feast!

First time eating such a big bowl of chirashi don; generous portion of big sized raw fish cubes on top of a well-cooked bed of fluffy pearl rice; salmon, tuna, swordfish, scallop, ikura, tobiko, tamago, cucumber, seaweed, tempura flakes etc.; ingredients are very fresh and firm, no fishy taste; good for 2 to 3 pax (by right for 3 to 4 pax); rice to ingredients ratio is 40:60; love the wasabi at the side that is very fresh and strong..

Not kidding when they label it giant chirashi on the menu. A humongous portion of raw fish - salmon, swordfish, tuna with some tomato and cucumbers for the visuals - piled onto a (thankfully) thin bed of rice. They're running a promotion at the new central outlet - check out J passport ;)

We also ordered a teriyaki chicken, which turned out to be a deep fried, moist and juicy chicken chop coated with a sweet teriyaki sauce. It came crispy and hot, and was the ultimate comfort food. It’s so simple, but executed really well.

Normally comes with aburi salmon but we requested it to be switched out for tuna instead for a $2 top up. It was a good choice!! Except they could really do without all the extra mayo haha especially since the veggies alr had a nice tangy dressing. The tuna tasted fresh and sweet, and I loved the salty pop of the ikura and the crunch of the tobiko.