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Ebisu-Tei

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Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 23:30

+65 68361039
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Simple Japanese Set Up

Located on Mohammed Sultan Road, Ebisu Tei is a simple Japanese owned small eatery which serves a wide variety of Izakaya styled food.

To go with my Asahi Draft ($9), I tried the Short Rib beef slices ($22). I found it a little too chewy. Another beef food which I had was the Ei Hire ($13.50), small pieces of sting ray with mayonnaise.

Meanwhile, the Gindara Teriyaki ($24.50) and the Chawan Mushi ($5.50) had no surprises.

The Bara Chirashi ($16) had substantial pieces of tuna, salmon and swordfish on a plate of rice.

Overall, portions offered reflect fair value for money. Expect a no-frills setting.

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• 04 Jul 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

average to poor

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Although they moved from Robertson quay to here but you can kind of understand why? The food quality is not that good. I can't point my finger to it... It's just not up to it. Very disappointing....
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• 01 Aug 2013 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

Simple Japanese Set Up

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Located on Mohammed Sultan Road, Ebisu Tei is a simple Japanese owned small eatery which serves a wide variety of Izakaya styled food.

To go with my Asahi Draft ($9), I tried the Short Rib beef slices ($22). I found it a little too chewy. Another beef food which I had was the Ei Hire ($13.50), small pieces of sting ray with mayonnaise.

Meanwhile, the Gindara Teriyaki ($24.50) and the Chawan Mushi ($5.50) had no surprises.

The Bara Chirashi ($16) had substantial pieces of tuna, salmon and swordfish on a plate of rice.

Overall, portions offered reflect fair value for money. Expect a no-frills setting.
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• 04 Nov 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Home cooked japanese food at its very best

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We have been visiting Ebisu-Teh for the past a year plus and we never once had we been disappointed with the dishes. They always taste so good with a taste of the dishes made by mummy! I had never liked udon but it's here, I have had the best udon when my bf ordered his sometime back. Recently, we were back there again and ordered a japanese fish porridge (I never knew there's porridge in Jap's culture) and it was simply good. California and spider handrolls are always the constant for us. 
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  • The beef burger (can't remember the exact name) set

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