Miso Marinated Black Cod

$21.90 · 11 Reviews

I loved how the cod had a fragrant miso and charred flavour. This was very delicious and the set included an egg, rice, miso soup and a free flow salad bar (which is currently served to you now).


Had this spread for Xmas with the family!

It tastes just like a honey marinade, and the cod fish is oh so tender, definitely a win for it's taste. Just a slight pity that the skin is all charred black. But kudos to the authentic charcoal grilling of the meat - real kungfu there.

One of the highlights is also the miso soup with their luscious pearl rice

Wish there's an egg station in this salad bar too

Enjoyed the radish and cheese that came with the cod fish too! ($25.90)

Miso Marinated Black Cod Set ($21.90)
One of the more satisfying lunches I’ve had in a while at Charcoal Grill, a 3 month old establishment set up by @ramen_keisuke group. The cod is charcoal grilled with the skin crisped and the cod meat still tender, best had with the onsen egg. High quality jap rice is individually prepared from scratch upon order so it is served piping hot. The best part about the set is that it comes with the freeflow salad bar comprising numerous different salad options. I particularly loved the soba salad and the coffee jelly dessert served with the sweet cream.

Comes with diced pickled Japanese plums, grated radish, grilled cheddar cheese and baby potato

Officially opened since the start of this month (1st April), Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke is Keisuke Group’s 19th outlet, hidden at a corner of @payalebarsquare Basement 1. They serve a variety of sumiyaki (charcoal-grilled) items, focusing mainly on traditional fish dishes such as the Mackerel, Salmon, Yellowtail and Black Cod. Comes in an authentic yet affordable Japanese gozen (set meal) which consist of miso soup, onsen egg & Japanese rice cooked in a small iron pot, you also get to enjoy the free-flow salad bar (Swipe 👈 to the end for 📹).

Grilled perfectly over bincho-tan (white charcoal), you won’t be disappointed when you sink your teeth into any of these decadently fatty flesh. It was also interesting how the grilled cheddar cheese complemented the fish so well, injecting a new dimension to each bite.

P.S. Loving their coffee jelly...
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/04/charcoal-grilled-salad-bar-keisuke-paya.html
Charcoal-Grilled & Salad Bar Keisuke
Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road
Singapore 409051
Nearest MRT: Paya Lebar (CC Line, EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 1130am - 230pm, 530pm - 10pm

This was incredibly good. Smooth, flaky and slightly oily with crisp skin! The set is value-for-money - comes with japanese rice, onsen egg, miso soup, grilled cheese, pickles, radish, a very good, halved baby potato + access to the salad bar.


I love grilled fish so I was really excited to hear about Keisuke’s latest value-for-money concept. Every charcoal-grilled set includes miso soup, rice, onsen egg and salad bar access.

All three proteins we tried were cooked and seasoned well. The chicken was juicy while both fish options tasted fresh. Will be back again!


I was honored to be hosted by Ramen Keisuke for their 19th outlet opening. Their latest concept is located at Paya Lebar Square, focusing on charcoal grilled items (mostly fish) this time.

I enjoyed the charcoal grilled miso marinated black cod; the skin was char-grilled to crisp perfection along with its smooth and tender fish meat but be mindful of the little bones. The delicious set comes with rice served in a traditional bamboo pot, egg with a semi hard yolk, miso soup and pickled cabbage. Don’t forget about their impressive varieties of free-flow salad bar too; which is very similar to their Hamburg concept but with the exception of the egg station.

Set to be officially opened on 1st April, do not miss out on this new outlet and concept by Ramen Keisuke. I’ll definitely be back for sure!


The menu at Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke is focused on traditional fish dishes enjoyed by the Japanese - Mackerel, Salmon, Yellow Tail & Black Cod Fish. •
P2: Charcoal Grilled Homemade Fish Cake $10.90++, filled with corns and edamame.
P3: Charcoal Grilled Miso Marinated Black Cod $21.90++. Tender, succulent cod served. •
P4: Charcoal Grilled Salmon $14.90++. Perfectly grilled. Personal favourite.
P5: Charcoal Grilled Dried Atka Mackerel $14.90++
Personal favourite. Beware, this fish has many bones. •
P6: With every Japanese Gozen (set meal), Traditionally Japanese rice cooked in a small iron pot, Onsen Egg & Miso Soup is served. •
P7: There is a free-flow salad bar offers a variety of more than 30 types of Japanese Osousai (side dishes) and fresh vegetables.
Charcoal-Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke
60 Paya Lebar Road
# B1-16
Paya Lebar Square
Tel: 6242 8588
Opening hours:
Mon-Sun 11:30am - 2:30pm;
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Last order for food: 9:30pm
*No table reservations. *Cash or NETS only
Website: www.keisuke.sg
FB: @KeisukeTokyoSG
IG: @ramen_keisuke
Thank you Rachel @studio155sg for the invite; @ramen_keisuke for hosting; Service Team for the warm hospitality.
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#FoodinSingapore #WhatMakesSG
#SGCuisine #JapaneseFoodSG
#burpple #burpplesg

The Miso Marinated Black Cod was my pick from the menu (the other options were yellowtail, halibut, salmon and two types of Japanese dried fishes) and it turned out to be indisputably superb.
Expertly grilled, the cod (and it was a nice large piece mind you) tasted amazing - its smooth and slightly oily flesh flaked apart easily under my chopsticks. On the platter with it was a neat little arrangement of half a baby potato, a small oblong of grilled cheese, pickles and grated radish.
Besides the all-you-can-eat salad bar which is in itself a big draw, every set meal here comes with rice served in a cute little traditional pot, an egg with a semi-hard yolk, pickles and a bowl of miso soup.
So although “grilled fish and salad” may sound like a light meal, it can add up to become a veritable feast.