201 Victoria Street
#04-01 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

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Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 09:30pm

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Finally tried Aburi Kaisen Don Keisuke, and I must say that the sauce for their don and mazesoba was fantastic, but their aburi sashimi were at most decent.

The Warayaki Aburi Kaisen Mazesoba ($16.90) was probably the dream of most dry noodle lovers. At a sizeable portion, the noodles were really al dente and the beautiful sweet savoury sauce had so much umami. Each strand of noodle was really coated well with the sauce. Honestly, just give me a bowl of their noodles and sauce and I will be a happy man. The Aburi sashimi pieces were actually quite forgettable unfortunately.

The premium don version ($22.90) was also well flavoured by the sauce, but perhaps it was slightly too salty. Once again the Aburi pieces were just decent, so I wouldn't think it was worth the premium upgrade. If you love your seafood soup, the lobster broth of the ochazuke set ($4) is well worth the top up as the soup was simply fantastic with the seafood flavours. Very rich, they go very well with the rice and sauce.

I would think this is a decent place to come if you're around the area!

Tokusen Warayaki Aburi Kaisen Don (S$16.90++)
Aburi salmon, aburi Maguro (tuna), mongo ika (squid), aburi hamachi (yellow tail), negitoro (minced tuna), tobiko, Ebi soboro (minced prawn)

Rich creamy texture when mixed together.

Ochazuke Set (S$4++)
Lobster soup, spring onion, rice crackers, seaweed, calamansi, and wasabi

Think of Teochew style porridge - rice and seafood in broth.

Aburi Kaisen Don Keisuke
Address πŸ›– : 201 Victoria Street, # 04-01 Bugis+, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 188 967
Open πŸ•°οΈ :
Mon - Fri : 12pm - 3pm, 5pm - 9.30pm
Sat, Sun, PH : 12pm - 9.30pm
Website πŸ•ΈοΈ : https://www.keisuke.sg/aburi-kaisen-don-keisuke
Note πŸ“ : iced water is complimentary

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Ordered the don together with the set. I love the Japanese Dashi Soup!! It was very flavourful. The mixture of ingredients in the don was quite decent but still kind of ordinary.

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We tried the Warayaki Aburi Kaisen Maze Soba ($16.90), which is similar to the kaisen don except that this comes with dry ramen tossed in sauce instead of rice. While the taste is good, the combination of thick ramen, sashimi and the decadent sauce is a little too heavy for me - some vinegar to cut through the strong flavours will be nice.

We ordered the Ochazuke Set ($4) to go with our kaisen don. Towards the end of the meal, a hot stone is added to a bowl of lobster soup to heat it up and the soup is poured into the remaining kaisen don and topped with spring onion, rice crackers, seaweed and a dash of calamansi juice. The lobster soup is rich and flavourful and the end product reminds me of a hearty 泑ι₯­, love it!

The star of the night is definitely the Tokusen Warayaki Aburi Kaisen Don ($16.90), which comes with a generous serving of aburi salmon, aburi maguro (tuna), squid, aburi hamachi (yellow tail), negitoro (minced tuna), ebi soboro (minced prawn) and tobiko (flying fish roe). The sashimi is very fresh and it goes well with the runny half-boiled egg and sesame soya sauce.

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