23 Serangoon Central
#02-K5/K6 NEX
Singapore 556083

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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They really nailed the cloud-like texture. It was slightly eggy and decorated with lots of white peaches (there’s another huge half insideπŸ‘πŸ‘), fresh cream, walnuts, caramel and cinnamon (which made this πŸ₯ž smell extra good)!

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This dish is an attempt to reinvent takoyaki by replacing the traditional batter with a sweet egg omelette. It was pretty tasty, with big pieces of octopus. The mayonnaise and okonomiyaki sauce were great accompaniments too. Do take note that there is a significant amount of pickled ginger used in the filling, which has a strong flavour and may not be for everyone.

Essentially 5 of the same tamagoyaki but with different toppings. While the tamagoyaki itself is pretty tasty with a nice amount of sweetness, the toppings - tomato, seaweed, salmon, mentai mayo, zuwaigani (snow crab) did not do much to enhance the flavour. Perhaps the most flavourful one would be the tomato one, which was essentially a dollop of tomato ketchup. Fans of spice however, may enjoy the spicy seaweed paste, which has a decent amount of heat.

Definitely a dish for sharing as it can get very cloying due to the amount of eggs used.

The gravy and the cream is delicious. The egg is creamy but the chicken is tough.


Tamago-En (Oyako Don) contained Chicken & Egg ($12.80) that their marinated chicken was quite good with their egg. I like their rice a lot but I didn't like to eat too much rice. 🍚

Chicken Katsu & Egg Don ($13.80) I like their batter for chicken Katsu just nice (not that thick or thin) and it's quite sufficient enough πŸ‘Œ. I felt that their egg white really runny and egg yolk was quite scrambled.