Ah, Japanese food is one of the Singaporeans' greatest weaknesses. The mere mention ofRamen, SashimiÖgyudonit's enough to excite every Singaporean I know.
So imagine combining Japanese food with another Singapore weakness: cheap food.Lobangs. That's enough to get somekiasuSingapore is jumping up and down with joy.
If you belong to this group of people, don't miss this: a list of12 Japanese street vendor stalls serving delicious and affordable Japanese food!
1. Gyu Nami (Amoy Street Food Center)
If you're a fan of affordable Japanese food, you've probably never heard of it.Gyu Nami.This is a hawker stall located inAmoy Street Food Centerthat sellsdonburi de carne wagyufor$ 10per bowl.
EveryRosbif Wagyu Donburi (US$ 10)comes with a generous helping of thinly sliced roast beef drizzled with onion sauce, aOnsenEgg, Sriracha Spiced Rice and Yogurt.
With the meat grilled to perfection and the flavors perfectly balanced with the three different sauces, this is a bowl of top quality ingredients at a very affordable price. I would even go so far as to say so.Gyu Namiserves restaurant quality food so this is ayou should try itif you are an avid fan of Japanese food!
Read our full review belowGyu Nami.
Expected damage: $10 per person
Gyu Nami:Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #02-126, Singapore 069111 | Opening hours: (Mon – Sat) 11:00 am – 3:00 pm (or while stocks last), closed on Sundays |Facebook
2. Ramen Taisho (Maxwell Food Center)
Ramen TaishoIt's run by a Singaporean couple who want to bring authentic Japanese cuisine to the locals without breaking the bank.
ÖAjitama-Ramen (US$ 7,80)comes with a big piece of porkchashu,grilled seaweed, bamboo shoots, lava egg and chives. We found the thick pork broth fullumami,It is inchashuFork tender, with a great depth of flavor.
The eggs were also perfectly executed and blended with the fineRamenThe noodles made a great combination of textures.
Read our full review belowRamen Taisho.
Expected damage: $7 - $9 per person
Taisho Ramen: 01-32 Kadayanallur Street, Maxwell Food Center, 069184 | Opening hours: (weekdays) 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Closed on weekends | Telephone: +656777 5859|Facebook
3. Don.file (Foch Road)
With affordable, quality ingredients,Mr Filenot your average Japanesekopitiamto stop. Here they serve a variety of delicaciesdonburibowls at prices from$ 10one30 $.
We recommend theMentaiko-Lachs-Don (9,90$), a dish that strikes just the right notes. First the salmon is cooked.under vacuum, then washed down with a candymentaikodive. The cod roe in the sauce gave each bite an extra bite and made the dish even tastier.
You can also taste some of their typical dishes,Wagyu beef ($12.90),with cooked Australian Wagyu beefunder vacuum, then blowtorch to make it burn well.
Read our full review ofMr File.
Expected damage: $10 - $30 per person
Mr File:Calle Foch 30 #01-02,Singapore | Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 11 a.m. – 9.30 p.m. |Facebook
4. Kazan Japanese cuisine (Chinatown complex)
Located on the second floor ofChinatown-Komplex,Kazan Japanese cuisineis known for its affordable priceUnagi-Set ($8).Each set comes with a filet size.unagui, which you don't usually find in many established Japanese restaurants, at least not at this price point!
The meat was tender, sweet and slightly charred which complemented each bite. Each set comes with a side ofMisoSoup, and many I've tried, can get overly salty at times, but this one was just perfect. Even the Japanese rice was fluffy and slightly sticky (that's how we love our stew!).
Read our full review ofKazan Japanese cuisine.
Expected damage: $5 - $10 per person
KazanJapanese Cuisine: Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, 335 Smith Street, #02-001, Singapore 081006 | Telephone: +65 8455 5229 | Opening times: (Monday to Friday) 12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., (Sunday) 12:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m
5. Japanese Donya Cuisine (Toa Payoh)
donya japanese cuisineIt was created by three friends who grew up together in Toa Payoh to bring premium Japanese don (rice dishes) to the people of that neighborhood.
Order signatureDonya Maki (US$ 5.80),which is fullCrab, avocado and cucumber and refined with roasted salmontama(egg) and bonito flakes. You get four packs at this affordable pricemaki, which makes this dish a steal.
According to one of our writers, this is one of the best sushi he has eaten in Singapore!
you have to give tooSalmon Mentai Don ($8.80)Check it out because it has an extremely generous drizzlementaikoSauce on a huge slice of juicy fried salmon.
Read our full review ofdonya japanese cuisine.
Expected damage: $6 - $10 per person
Donya Japanese Cuisine: Blk 126 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, Singapore 310126 | Opening hours: (daily) 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. |Facebook
6. Sutāchi (Chinatown-Komplex)
Located inChinatown-Komplex,Sutachioffers the bestaboveFood from street vendors. In the photo above is theFoie Gras Gyu Donburi ($19.50), which, as the name suggests, comes withFoie gras, foie gras, foie grasand slices of pink meat.
You don't see that every dayFoie gras, foie gras, foie grassold in a hawker center - and very well. EITHERFoie gras, foie gras, foie grasit was buttery and loaded with fat, while the meat, although tougher than I would have liked, tasted pretty good.
Sutāchi also has other offerings, such as:Mentaiko-Lachsnudeln ($7,50)miFly! ($6.50 for six chicken wings), among other. The menu is quite extensive, so give it a try!
Expected damage: $6 - $20 per person
Sutāchi:Block335 Smith Street, #02-060, Chinatown Complex, Singapore 050335 | Opening hours: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm (Monday), 11:30 am – 2:30 pm and 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm (Tuesday – Sunday) | Telephone +65 9785 1382 |Facebook
7. Pepper Bowl (Amoy Street Food Center)
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if you wanna trypepper bowl,At lunchtime, watch out for the long, winding lines. The hallmark of Pepper Bowl isBlack Pepper Beef Rice ($5)that comes with a generous helping of succulent slices of meat drenched in an addictive black pepper sauce.
It ends with a liquidOvo Onsen (US$ 0,60)to round off the meal. With a simple upgrade like this, you'd be surprised at how much the flavor of the entire bowl has improved.
Not only did the melted egg yolks add a nice texture to the rice and meat, but the creamy egg whites blended well with the sweet onions and black pepper flecks!
Read our full review ofpepper bowl.
Expected Amounts: $4.50 - $5 per person
Pepper Bowl:7 Maxwell Road, #02-102, Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore 069111 | Opening hours: daily 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., closed on Sundays |Facebook
8. Cocina japonesa Sakana-Ya (Bedok Market Square)
Located inBedok Marktplatz, Cocina japonesa Sakana-Yaoffers cool DIY as it getsShirashiBowls and other delicious Japanese foods.
For my DIY bowlShirashi ($18), I ate sweet shrimp, tuna, swordfish,uni(sea urchin glands),grow(Lachsrogen),tobikoSalad (roe salad from flying fish) andChuka wakame(algae salty).
Considering how thick and plentiful the slices aresashimiwere, this bowlShirashiIt was incredible value for money. Fresh and plump, thesashimiit was absolutely delicious.
Read our full review ofJapanese Sakana Ya cuisine.
Expected damage: $12 - $20 per person
Sakana-Ya Japanese Cuisine: 294A Bedok Road, The Bedok Marketplace, Singapore 469451 | Opening hours: 12:00 – 14:00, 17:45 – 21:45 (Tuesday to Friday), 11:45 – 14:30, 17:30 – 22:30 (Saturday and Sunday), closed on Monday |Facebook
9. Unkai Japanese Cuisine (Old Airport Road)
If you want fresh seafood at very affordable prices thenUnkai Japanese cuisineNOold airport roadEsÖplace to go
Here they sell five slices of fresh meatLachs-Sashimifor only$ 6,six premium oysters per solo$ 18,and six grilled scallops at an affordable price15 $It's hard to find good fresh seafood at these prices anywhere else, so this is a must for all Japanese seafood lovers!
Read our full review ofUnkai Japanese cuisine.
Expected damage: $6 - $18
Unkai Japanese Cuisine: 51 Old Airport Road, Old Airport Road Food Center & Shopping Mall #01-89, Singapore 390051 | Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (every day)
10. Koryori Hayashi (Amoy Street Food Center)
If you're in the CBD space and craving authentic Japanese food but don't want to burn a hole in your pocket,Koryori Hayashiis the perfect place for you.
I tried yoursFideos Mentaiko ($7)and was deeply impressed. Creamy but light thatmentaikoThe sauce adhered well to the spaghetti and coated each strand perfectly.
ÖmentaikoFlavor was prominent but not overwhelming. I especially loved the fried chunks of bait which added texture and flavor to the dish!
Expected damage: $6 - $10 per person
Koryori Hayashi: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, 01-11, Singapore 069111 | Hours of Operation: 11am to 5pm M. to 2pm M. (Monday to Friday), closed Saturday and Sunday
11. Lagoon in a Bowl (Amoy Street Food Center)
Another wonderful Japanese street food stall is located inAmoy Street Food Center. With a similar concept to Gyu Nami,pond in a bowlis a one-plate stand that aNorwegian Salmon Rice Bowl($ 10).
This colorful dish consists of a cooked salmon filletvacuum,covered with a burnmentaikoMayonnaise seated on a bed of rice with butterfly pea tea along with a side of fresh vegetables flavored with sesame seedssauce as wellOnsenNo
Cooked to perfection, the salmon was peachy pink on the inside and wonderfully flaky. EITHERmentaikoThe mayonnaise was a bit salty, but flavorful and had some spiciness. With the egg mixed in with the rice, every bite was a mouthful of luxurious, creamy goodness!
Expected damage: $10 per person
Lagoon in a Bowl: Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Road, #01-48, Singapore 069111 | Phone: +65 9119 2619 | Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (every day)
12. Buta Kin (World Beauty Center)
Located in an outdoor hawker center on the top floor ofWorld Beauty Center, Buta Kin'sSpecialties include Japanese curry rice andRamen-Tonkotsu.
In the companySpecial Tonkotsu Ramen ($6.90)Features Pork broth and chicken bones, succulent roastslices, a flavored soft-boiled egg andRamenVideos.
With a generous helping of pasta and protein, along with a flavorful broth, this bowl is perfectRamenIt was definitely good value for money. to verifyButa relativesfor its variousRamenoptions; You will not be disappointed!
Expected Amounts: $4 – $6.90 per person
Buta Kin:144 Upper Bukit Timah, #04-28, Singapore 588177 | Phone: +65 8661 6028 | Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday (11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.), Monday closed |Facebook