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this casual japanese eatery falls rather in the lower bound of mid-range japanese restaurants in singapre – the food is decent enough for hump day (and any of those tough-going weekday nights), the menu extensive enough for repeat visits, and the price low enough to encourage the latter. think of this almost as a japanese cha chan teng – casual, family-friendly, but certainly not the sort of restaurant you bide time in.
it’s a large extensive menu – almost confusing in the sheer choice you’re offered – all of which were decent. it’s easier to judge this all as food-court style japanese food (by which I mean decent interpretations of the cuisine rather than any skillful expert execution) – it’s certainly economical enough for you to visit and make your own judgement.
I recommend staying away from the split-in-half mackerel dish though – it’s of the the slightly sundried, salted variety that’s rather harsh on the tongue and causes a heck of a thirst (unless that’s what you’re going for, of course).
After Work, Ala Carte, Cheap Eat/Budget, Large Groups, Large Groups/Gathering, Vibrant/Noisy
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