DIY Kaisendon with additional mentaiko and salmon roe from Teppei Syokudo at Ion Orchard. Essentially your usual reliable Teppei Syokudo experience, with one major distinction – the sashimi here is softer, more thoughtfully cubed and sized (in contrast to the mouth-busting outrageousness you occasionally get at other outlets which requires the expertise of a fault geologist/planar fracture enthusiast to gnaw through) and suitably more restrained in salt factor. The fact that here you have the liberty to pick and choose your sashimi cuts as well as add items like a rich and deranged greedy squirrel makes this concept a winner. 4.1/5


Teppei Syokudo (ION Orchard)
2 Orchard Turn
#B4-57 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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