Not your typical chirashi!

This kaisen unagi & anago chawanmushi was on Kazu Sumiyaki’s weekly special menu so I quickly ordered it in fear that it wouldn’t be available anymore. The rush was definitely rewarding. It had generous smokey and delicious chunks of both freshwater and saltwater eel. On the menu it stated that it comes with assorted seafood, which probably means one might get different seafood on different days. My chirashi included plump scallops and shrimps as well as scoops of umami uni and ikura. Overall, it was a seafood treasure bowl with a sweet and umami explosive overload.

There are two different portions: S$28+ for one and S$60+ for two (pictured). The restaurant only allows takeaways and orders can be made via WhatsApp.