Ginza Kuroson sources its fresh supplies of fish and seafood from various fish markets in Japan. On top of having a sushi bar and robatayaki counter in the restaurant, it also serves a variety of a la carte Japanese and French dishes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:00
18:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
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Review (3)
Level4 2014-06-09
This truly the best value chirashi-don in Singapore. I had take this ginza kuroson chirashi-don quite a few times previously, but had not been there lately. having lunch with my sis today & decided to go kuroson on 6.6.2014. At S$20++, the chirashi-don alone was good value. the set came with free flow iced green tea, mesclun salad (& this had a lot of arugula & not a cheap salad), miso soup & a pickle. The chirashi-don itself was quite perfect as always. there were like 9 pieces of sashimi over the don. i counted 2 tai (or perhaps 1 tai, 1 hirame – the 2 white fish), 1 maguro, 1 shake (salmon), 1 katsuo (seared bonito), chopped aji (horse mackerel), 1 tako, 1 mirugai (geoduck) & 1 amaebi (sweet prawns), & piles of ikura, & some pickled ginger, sliced zucchini & chopped eggs. the rice itself was well vinegared & very tasty. this 1 of the worthwhile cargo I actually finished.This would be much better quality & better value c/w the chirashi-don at tonkichi orchard central & the bara chirachi-don set at sun with moon. Lunch was very satisfying after quite long while. will come back soon.see my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/06/06/best-value-chirashi-don-lunch-ginza-kuroson-on-6jun2014/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-21
Back for another lunch time treat!Couldn't make it for lunch ever during the school term and once the hols were here, it was time for another visit.This time round i had the tuna steak.And boy was I impressed when it was served.It looked just like a pork katsu!That's how thick the tuna fillet was.And it was tasty.Not dry and tough like I would've expected it to be since it was fried.Yet another memorable experience here.More lunch time treats please! continue reading
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