13 Teck Chye Terrace
Singapore 545722

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Delicious tender iberico pork collar set.

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Paid a visit to this sushi restaurant in our neighbourhood, and we really enjoyed the food!

🌟 Premium Sushi Set $30+ (pic): Assorted premium nigiri sushi, great quality and reasonably priced. Chawanmushi was also delicious. Would definitely order again!

🌟 Kaiyo Chirashi Don ($30+): Fresh and thick slices of sashimi. Very worth the price too.

Would come back again - but only for the food. Service staff weren’t the most hospitable, but the owner himself is very pleasant.

Good 🙂

Teck Chye Terrace houses an eclectic collection of eateries. There is the famous teochew porridge shop, Kings Laksa steamboat, 8 degrees Taiwanese food and the most recent addition, @kaiyosushigrill

We have been meaning to give Kaiyo a try since it opened shortly before the COVID-19 outbreak but only did so recently.

Their spicy salmon ikura mentai roll ($23) packs a fiery punch. Needless to say, Joo Eun loved it.

The signature Kaiyo Chirashi ($28) features an assortment of sliced sashimi such as salmon, akami, amberjack, scallop and amaebi. The sashimi is fresh and delicious.

The Iberican pork collar with yuzu miso ($22) was highly recommended online. I found the pork a little on the tough side. The yuzu miso was tasty but a little too salty for my liking.

In terms of quality, I think Kaiyo is comparable to Sushi Tei though I think Sushi Tei has the edge in terms of pricing. However, Kaiyo does take reservations so you can avoid a 30 to 45 minutes wait. We will be back to check out the rest of the menu!

Bara chirashi don ($22)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴Relatively unknown Japanese restaurant in the Northeast serving classic Japanese fare at decent prices. It was an enjoyable bowl with a good variety of cubed sashimi (salmon, tuna, yellowtail, squid) mixed with tobiko, ikura, cucumber and tamago atop soft Japanese rice. Also liked the little bits of sweet-sour pickled mushrooms that provided a refreshing bite.

While the pieces were fresh, did find the tuna to be on the softer mushier side, while the squid was more chewy. Their chirashi is served with salad, chawanmushi, and miso soup, making this pretty good value! Especially enjoyed the smooth and light chawanmushi while their classic miso soup provided a warm and comforting balance.

Overall, would stick to the likes of House of Chirashi or Omote but this is a great option when in the area and craving sashimi.

📍@kaiyosushigrill, 13 Teck Chye Terrace Singapore

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I’ve been reliably informed by Google that seiro in Japanese refers to a bamboo steaming basket, so now I know what Kaiyo’s Iberico Pork Yuzu Seiro Set is. ⠀

The flavours were fabulous, with the refreshing zest of the Yuzu sauce on the pork cutting through the smoky, fatty richness of the iberico pork. The rice was nice and well steamed with each individual grain of rice being sticky and satisfying, but there wasn’t much of it to go around as the portion size was on the small side

Frankly, I was expecting a bit more from this set considering that it is $22.90++. The flavours are definitely decent & the quality of the food is undeniable, but it’s just somehow lacking in the final third.


Make a mental note of this eatery on Upper Serangoon Road for lunch time feasts with the colleagues. Order the Foie Gras Teriyaki with Unagi ($23) for a plump slab of char-grilled unagi accompanied by melt-in-your-mouth foie gras drenched in smoky sweet sauce. Also good is the Kaiyo Chirashi ($21.90) for a fresh assortment of fish, pickled ginger and wasabi on top of short-grained, pearly Japanese rice.
Photo by Burppler Russell Leong