9 Raffles Boulevard
#02-16 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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The quality of the char siew here is great, with a good ratio of fats to lean meat that's adequately charred for a distinct smoky taste. Priced at $11.90, this is a much better offer in terms of value and taste than some of the items of their menu. I would definitely recommend this dish for others to try and would definitely order it again. Rating 8.2/10
Note: this apparently doesn't come with a bowl of miso soup. But no worries, there's a meidi-ya supermarket within the same level and you can have a japanese soft drink to wash down your meal thereafter.

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This was a seasonal promotional items, which promoted to have allegedly twice the portion of meat for about $12.90. The pork was thinly sliced and it tastes of sukiyaki; the flavour profile kind of reminds me of yoshinoyas beef bowl. That said, there's better items on their menu. Rating : 6.5/10

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Overall average in taste. While this is a tad better than the version with black sesame and cheese, do note that you only get three pieces with cheese. The rest are normal Katsu, which was a little dry. You would be better off ordering their iberico pork don.
Rating 6.2/10.

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Priced at approx $17 for a set. Understand that this is a new item. While the black sesame with cheese helps make the pork much more moist, the pairing doesn't necessarily work as the black sesame overpowers the cheese. Rating : 6/10

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The Loin Katsu was quite tough but the one with cheese roll is nice.


• Iberico Collar Don (S$10.80+)
Comprised of charcoal grilled pork slices and a poached egg on a bed of steam Japanese rice. The meat was tender and tasty.

• Make it a set: Crispy Pork + Iberico Miso Soup (S$5+)
The proportion amount of fats found in the fried pork belly is relatively higher than the lean meat. There are a few slices of pork found in the miso soup too.