Traditional cuisine from Hokkaido, Tokachi. Prepared with best-selected tender and juicy pork, grilled with traditional technique and served with BUTAHAGE's secret-recipe sauce inherited for over 80 years. continue reading
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The outlet was located at the second level by the escalator. The dine in area was quite open. Menu was limited, just a single page. There was 10% service charge. The place was pretty empty except for a Japanese family sitting right at the back.Premium Butadon (S$22.80+)Served with mini salad, miso soup and tsubedoke300 grams premium pork from Japan, grilled by 850 degree Celsius. "Tare", Original sauce imported from Hokkaido.Yumepirica, sticky & sweet rice, best Hokkaido rice.Thin slices of flavourful meat although would prefer it to be more tender. continue reading
I have been to this restaurant several times and also tried 'Butadon' in Obihiro in Hokkaido. The taste they brought from Hokkaido to Singapore is a good move and gives more variety of food to this city.Butadon is a famous type of don specifically in Obihiro in Hokkaido. Unlike many people might think Hokkaido is famous for crabs and sashimi, Butadon specified the history of how Japanese explored Hokkaido by bringing the pigs and cows to start with, and that's why in Obihiro people developed this famous don.In general its similar to the taste in Obihiro, and the pork are not dry after grilled and put on the rice. The seasoning are good and gave slightly complicated taste to the pork slices. Environment in the restaurant is comfortable where people could just come and have a quick lunch and go (back to work). Service is good and quite attentive.I think the cooking method is alright. If the ingredient chosen are more carefully chosen would be perfect as undeniably the pork and pea in Japan are jucier and sweeter. I really appreciate them bringing this special type of food all the way from Hokkaido to Singapore. 頑張れ！ continue reading