Chirashi King Kong – Hidden Eatery With $12.90 Unagi Truffle Rice And $6.90 Japanese Curry Rice, At Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Chirashi King Kong - Hidden Eatery With $12.90 Unagi Truffle Rice And $6.90 Japanese Curry Rice, At Tanjong Pagar Plaza
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While crowds have been queuing outside unagi restaurants such as Man Man and Unagiya Ichinoji for their Hitsumabushi bowls, Chirashi King Kong will be able to provide a more ‘budget’ option.

Chirashi King Kong is a hole-in-the-wall Japanese Donburi eatery located on the second floor of Tanjong Pagar Plaza.

With its affordable pricing, it won’t be long before office executives head over for inexpensive lunch and takeaways.

Its Bara Chirashi ($13.90) bowl comes topped with of diced salmon, tuna and swordfish sashimi, served on Japanese rice, added with a mixture of truffle oil and flying fish roe.

Other bowls include Salmon ($7.90, $9.90), Tuna ($9.90, $11.90), Salmon Mentaiko ($9.90), Swordfish ($10.90, $13.90), to the attractively-priced Japanese Curry Rice ($6.90).

The eatery is fuss-free and casual, looks like a one-man operation with limited counter seats and some tables outside… kopi-tiam style.

I ordered the Unagi Truffle Rice Box ($11.90) which was served in an easy takeaway box, and a pre-packed utensil kit of chopsticks, spoon, serviettes and toothpick. Nice.

The sea eel was soft and tender, coated with an appetising sticky sweet sauce.

What I enjoyed was the fluffy rice mixture, with just the right amount of seasoning that didn’t tip on being salty, and there was just that whiff of truffle oil without being overpowering.

Will be back to try their other stuff.

Chirashi King Kong
2 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Blk 1, Singapore 082002 (Tanjong Pagar MRT Station)
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 7:00pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

Other Related Entries
Kogane Yama (Bugis Junction)
Rakki Bowl (Beach Road)
Kabuke (Telok Ayer)
Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant (Duo Gallery)
Tendon Kohaku (Chinatown Point)

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