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O-AN Japanese Restaurant

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This Japanese restaurant located at the basement of Hong Leong Building. It's been around since the 90's and it's known for its cheap prices and generous portions. Reservation is only allowed for dinner.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:00

+65 62217781
$24 based on 18 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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Decent and affordable Japanese set lunches

Located at the basement area of Hong Leong Building in bustling CBD area, this enigmatic and quaint little Japanese restaurant holds its own rather well, especially during lunchtime. It offers bento sets, assortment of ramen and rice bowls, as well as delivery of party sets. the sets are very reasonably priced as well, ranging from SGD$13.90 to SGD$35++.

The first was the Chirashi Don set (SGD$20.00) , comprising of a bowl of Japanese filled generously with small pieces of raw fish (sashimi), a cold tofu starter, pickled vegetables, Miso soup, and two slices of water-melon.

The. Sashimi dices were quite fresh, with buoyancy that bounced with every bite. We spotted salmon sashimi, tuba sashimi, swordfish sashimi and salmon roe etc. It was delicately delicious, a satisfying set for lunch a la an adult's version of "happy meal".

Next, there Gyu Don set (SGD$13.90) and we turned it into Gyu Tama Don (beef with egg and rice) by adding egg at an extra cost of SGD$2.00. There were sweet onion strips, lightly flavoured, as well as tender beef pieces that melted in the mouth readily after a few chewy bites. The addition of eggs gave it a smoothness as well as hint of sweetness and more moistened

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to refer to: 
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/lunch-at-o-japanese-restaurant-raffles.html

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• 28 May 2015 • 474 reviews • 7 followers

Decent and affordable Japanese set lunches

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Located at the basement area of Hong Leong Building in bustling CBD area, this enigmatic and quaint little Japanese restaurant holds its own rather well, especially during lunchtime. It offers bento sets, assortment of ramen and rice bowls, as well as delivery of party sets. the sets are very reasonably priced as well, ranging from SGD$13.90 to SGD$35++.

The first was the Chirashi Don set (SGD$20.00) , comprising of a bowl of Japanese filled generously with small pieces of raw fish (sashimi), a cold tofu starter, pickled vegetables, Miso soup, and two slices of water-melon.

The. Sashimi dices were quite fresh, with buoyancy that bounced with every bite. We spotted salmon sashimi, tuba sashimi, swordfish sashimi and salmon roe etc. It was delicately delicious, a satisfying set for lunch a la an adult's version of "happy meal".

Next, there Gyu Don set (SGD$13.90) and we turned it into Gyu Tama Don (beef with egg and rice) by adding egg at an extra cost of SGD$2.00. There were sweet onion strips, lightly flavoured, as well as tender beef pieces that melted in the mouth readily after a few chewy bites. The addition of eggs gave it a smoothness as well as hint of sweetness and more moistened

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to refer to: 
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/lunch-at-o-japanese-restaurant-raffles.html
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• 11 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

good for value set meal!!

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good restaurant to dine w friends.
authentic japanese food with cheap price.
wide variety of set meal. 
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• 17 Mar 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Don't waste time..!

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Don't waste time, unless you don't have a choice. The food was bad, 1 order of sashimi with 2pcs only and is not fresh, with huge variety on the menu but they only have 1/4 of the item available, ramen was overcook with vey little soup, Hand roll taste funny with low quality mayo, green tea tasteless and is $2.80. Run by Japanese sisters but can't even set a standard. Only one word for this restaurant "S**k"
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