Kei Kaisendon (Square 2)

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Kei Kaisendon imports only the freshest ingredients from japan to create the yummy and savoury kaisendon that you crave for.

10 Sinaran Drive
#02-95/96 Square 2
Singapore 307506

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Today, the dish that I ordered contains 4 pieces of charsiew with corn, onsen egg and 2 okra sticks. It also comes with a plate of tofu in peanut sauce and a cup of ice lemon tea. When I mixed the udon with the black sauce at the bottom of the bowl, it made the udon more appetising. In addition, the meat is very tender and I like the fact that the egg yolk is runny when I cut the egg in half. However, the price is a bit high at $15.90++. Overall, the dish tastes delicious even without soup and is worth trying if you can afford it.

Food was ok. Not the best sushi bowl we had for the price. Decent portion with free flow tea and salad.

This spicy and mentai salmon sushi set is a new addition on the menu 🍣 You can also get a similar donburi version

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Took P1 Signature Don and P2 Mentayaki Kaisendon Paid $38.82 for the 2 sets.
Salad, soup and Yakitori passable. The mentaiyaki sauce a bit overwhelming. P9 beef Don not available. Duck breast also sold out. Service is excellent

Given a choice, both Miss K and I would choose Kei's mentaiyaki kaisendon.

Besides being of better value (i.e. more expensive on the ala carte menu), there was none of the slightly fishy aftertaste with the mentaiko mayonnaise sauce and the aburi process.

It may look visually less appetising but it definitely tasted much better!


Kei Kaisendon is a chain of Japanese restaurants around Singapore known for its affordable donburis.

With #BurppleBeyond, you get to enjoy their $32.90++ Burpple Set Menu for 2. You get to choose your mains out of 9 of their more popular donburis, 2 sticks of yakitori, salad, clam miso soup and green tea. That's pretty good value considering that the donburis range between $14 to $19 though I am not sure how it compares to their in-house promos (which is a tad confusing tbh).

We had their Kei Signature Kaisendon for our 1st main. The kaisendon comes topped with marinated salmon, tuna, yellowtail and tako sashimi, diced cucumber, wakame and ikura. Portions are generous considering the price but do temper your expectations as to quality. There is a slightly fishy aftertaste with the sashimi even though a sweet soy sauce marinade was used.

That said, I think you will be hard pressed to find a kaisendon with this quality and quantity at this price point!