Yayoiken Japanese Teishoku Restaurant @ Star Vista

Category : Japanese

Yayoiken Japanese Teishoku Restaurant is another great find and recommendation by our lovely colleague thumbs up

Similar to Italian food, Japanese food tends to be slightly more expensive when compared to other cuisines. So when we saw the price range of the food at Yayoiken Japanese Teishoku Restaurant, we were all pleasantly surprised.

Besides serving affordable Japanese cuisine ranging from under S$10, Yayoiken also has a wide variety of food with “over 100 delicacies” to choose from.

We decided to each order a main dish plus some side dishes for sharing so we could try more items. The overall feedback was good and we were all stuffed at the end of our meals.

I ordered Yayoiken’s Tekka Don @ S$14.9 which is rice topped with tuna fish. With a S$1.9 top up to upgrade the Miso Shiru to Kaijiru.

I really enjoyed the Tekka Don. The Tuna is fresh and when consumed together with the Japanese rice & seaweed, with some wasabi from time to time…yummy~

I can’t say the same for the Kaijiru though. For folks who like clams, it’s really very clam-y. The soup is filled with a whole lot of clams. Honestly I’ve never seen so many clams in a small bowl of soup before. Haha~

However, the soup tasted too clam-y for my liking. I was a little overwhelmed. Of course this is just my personal preference.

Yayoiken’s Katsu Don @ S$12.9 which is pork cutlet & scrambled egg rice bowl also got the nod of approval from my colleague. And it was very filling.

The final main course for the day is Yayoiken’s Combo Hamburg Set @ S$19.9 which is combo steaks with hamburg, wiener sausages and bacon set. As you can see, it’s a lot of food! The feedback was good as well.

And here comes the 1st side dish, Yayoiken’s Ebi Tempura @S$8.9 which is 5 pieces of deep fried prawn. The tempura is lightly flavoured and we didn’t get the greasy feeling from it which is good.

Next up is Gyoza @ S$4.9 which is 6 pieces of Japanese dumplings served with vinegar & a bottle of chilli oil. I didn’t really like Yayoiken’s gyoza. They weren’t crispy enough for me. The chilli oil helped abit though.

And finally, last but not least, Yayoiken’s Tori Karaage @ S$10.9 which is deep fried crispy chicken. These were definitely crispy. And it was served with some salt which is a 1st for me. I enjoyed the Tori Karaage both with and without the salt 🙂

Yayoiken Japanese Teishoku Restaurant (View in Google Maps)
1 Vista Exchange Green Unit
#02-01/02 The Star Vista
Singapore 138617
GPS: 1.306954,103.788258
+65 6570 2668
https://www.yayoi.sg/index.php

Daily: 11am – 10pm (Last Order 9:30pm)




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