83 Punggol Central
#B1-23 Waterway Point
Singapore 828761

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Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Ordered the yakiniku beef bowl with egg (M: $8.80), gyudon set (M: $6.50) and the mixed yakiniku beef bowl with veg (L: $11.90) and matcha drink with pudding ($5.50).

Beef bowl was yummy and value for money! Similar concept and taste to Yoshinoya, but this has a lot more variety in terms of sizes and toppings for the beef bowls. Taste-wise, enjoyed this slightly more than Yoshinoya as the portion of beef is more generous and also more tender. The soft boiled egg goes well with the beef too! The medium size bowl was filling enough for me.

The matcha drink was bland and below average though, and quite overpriced. Suggest to just go for their beef bowls here.

Signature gyudon is topped with crispy garlic sprouts tossed in SUKIYA’s special spicy sauce with plenty of chopped garlic & with a half-boiled egg.

I initially confused @sukiya.singapore for the Japanese hotpot place of the same name initially, and I’ve missed out on many a bowl of gyudon (beef & rice). Fortunately, I finally realised my error, and got myself a gargantuan bowl of Triple Cheese Gyudon ($10.50 for the XL portion). Considering that Yoshinoya is the far more established Japanese rice bowl merchant in Singapore, comparisons are inevitable.⠀

Yoshinoya’s beef bowls are a good deal saucier than Sukiya’s. Most of the flavour is in the shabu shabu broth and as such Yoshinoya seems to be more flavourful. However, Sukiya absolutely blows Yoshinoya out of the water when it comes to portion sizes & variety. Sukiya has five different sizes, and what I really appreciate is that each size has a fixed proportion. For example, my XL bowl contains double the thin sliced beef and twenty five percent more rice as compared to the medium size.⠀

There are ten(!) variations of the basic beef bowl, and three are low carb options. Variety is the spice of life and it’s great, but it wouldn’t mean a thing if the beef was delicious. Fortunately, Sukiya’s beef bowls are a thing of culinary beauty. The amply sapid shabu shabu beef is given a delectable undertone of sweetness from the onions that have simmered alongside the beef. This all culminates in an unctuously umami creation that satiates the soul and leaves you wanting seconds.⠀

For an additional two bucks, you can get a green veggies set which gives you a soft drink and a side of stir-fried kangkong (water spinach). The kangkong is simple, but adequately delicious. It’s also so packed with garlic that you could probably kill a vampire from a mile away, and I love it.⠀

For just $12.50 for such a complete & scrumptious meal, Sukiya offers maximum bang for your buck and a dizzying array of choices. Hell yeah, I’m a believer in Sukiya supremacy now.

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Second time having this! Although it’s my first time tweaking the sweetness level to my preferred level. Opted for Half Sugar and felt that it suits my preferred sweetness level just fine :-) Sukiya’s matcha latte has a grainy powdery texture and the milky taste is more pronounced! The matcha tones, not so much. The consistency also feels a bit thicker. Not much complaints though considering the affordable price point! Great for a quick fix if you have craving for matcha latte 👍🏼

Price: $4.50 (incl. GST)

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XL Half Boiled Egg Negi Shio Gyudon (S$10.80)
Negi Shio means spring onion and salt. It’s commonly served topping for meat in Japanese Household. Enjoy signature simmered beef with freshly chopped spring onion, umami savory tare and a hint of garlic and sesame oil.
Available at @sukiya.singapore in @waterway_point
Why was the egg served so ice cold?
Best add into the pipping hot rice.
Super long queue even with only 30 minutes for dine in.

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