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Friday, June 17, 2022

The Japanese Food Alley

After numerous visits and tries, it finally did not leave me disappointed as The Japanese Food Alley is in operation on the day I went. 

The Japanese Food Alley

Apparently, one of the guys who is manning the stall is Japanese as his accent was different from the locals. This humble food stall offers delightful and comforting Japanese Food at a pocket-friendly price without comprising the food quality.

The Califonia Roll is the most common sushi roll to be on the menu. It was served on a long plate with it cut into 8 uniform pieces. The ingredients were simple with the vinegared rice encompassing crunchy Japanese cucumber, creamy avocado, crab stick, Tamago and seaweed. 

Califonia Roll - $9.90

The portion of don may be little for some. The execution of Egg & Unagi Don was not common to me for it was tucked with some pickled vegetables. The taste of the egg was good with hints of sweet mirin, nonetheless, the sauce is inadequate and the rice was lacking in taste. 

Egg & Unagi Don - $10.90

The texture of the Ramen was firm and the Miso Ramen Cha Shu Bomber is worth the price paying for. Served with a number of pieces of tasty Cha Shu, corn kernels, Nori Seaweed and Kombu. 

Tonkotsu Miso Ramen Cha Shu Bomber - $12.90

The broth was good. The only setback I had was that the egg was not what I had expected ~ it was not Onsen Egg.

Egg from the bowl of Ramen

Although they are only a hawker stall from the coffee shop, the menu of The Japanese Food Alley is rather extensive. After the first encounter with their food, it's most probably I want to be back for other dishes too.

Cha Shu

Cha Shu

Besides The Japanese Food Alley, there are other stalls you may want to patronize in the same coffeeshop:

Tai Wah Pork Noodle 大华肉脞麵 (High Street)
Margaret Drive Sin Kee Chicken Rice

Rating: 3.25 / 5

The Japanese Food Alley
Blk 40 Holland Dr, #01-39, Singapore 270040

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