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Introduction
Wadori is one of the Japanese restaurants located in the Japanese Food Street in Jurong Point. It specializes in Yakitori (Japanese skewers), which is a common and popular dish in Japan. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 21:30
Signature Dishes
Tenderly Grilled Japanese Skewered Chicken & Meats with Homemade Sauce Yakitori
Review (8)
Level4 2013-12-31
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Didn’t know what to eat for dinner but decided to get a bento box from Wadori. Wadori is under the RE&S Group of Family Restaurants which includes names like Kuishin Bo, Ichiban Sushi, Yaki Yaki Bo Teppanyaki, essentially all the restaurants you see lined at the Japanese Food Street at the basement level of Jurong Point.I ordered rice, with Chicken Cheese Ball, Quail Egg Wrapped in Pork, Ebi Fry, and Yakitori Chicken. I was shocked when the total bill came up to $7.10. I also asked for a stick of the Deep fried Chicken but the staff did not include that. No wonder I thought it strange when he asked if I would like one more stick.The Chicken Cheese Ball ($1.60) tastes similar to the chicken cheese balls offered at Old Chang Kee but for the same price, it is marinated and heavily seasoned in the yakitori sauce, thus giving it immense flavour. Nice! The Ebi Fry ($1.30) is a bit pathetic. Though I like the crispy batter, the prawn is really small and meagre. The Yakitori Chicken ($1.10) is also marinated and seasoned in the yakitori season. It is also quite juicy and tender which makes it quite nice. I was expecting the chicken to be tough. Last but not least was the Quail Egg wrapped in Pork. I did not like it very much because the pork is quite chewy and I couldn’t really taste the yakitori sauce. Overall I think the quail egg is better suited by itself instead of being wrapped in pork. The rice ($0.90) came with the pickles and I like that there is the yakitori gravy over it which adds flavour to the rice. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-29
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AmbienceWadori, one of the shops located along the passage of the Japanese streets in Jurong Point which sells sticks of yaki tori that goes quite well with don (rice). The stall has displayed all the yaki tori sticks along the passage way and those who wish to dine will definitely get enough seatings in the shop as the seatings are alot. As we walked pass the streets, the smell of the japanese food will usually lingers on our clothing.Many times I had walked pass and this is my first try. Packaging is in a box and quite presentable.These yakitori price ranging from $1.10 to $1.90. I bought:- 2 Yakitori - S$1.10 each- 1 Tsukune S$1.40- 1 Pork Tomato - S$1.60- 1 Pork Belly - S$1.30- 1 Renkon Tsukune - S$1.90FoodThe chicken meat from the yakitori is too tough and not to my liking. Each and every stick of yakitori comes with adequate amount of sweet sauce. Out of all the yakitori I had purchased, Renkon Tsukune is quite special as it consist of lotus roots, chicken meat balls in teriyaki sauce. Overall the purchase experience is on a average side. continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-11
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gyoza is one of my favourite snack to get and i quite like the one from wadori. the dumpling skin was fried till very crispy but the meat inside was still juicy and well seasoned. the other yakitori stuff being sold there are also not too bad but my favourite is still the gyoza continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-07
29 views
my boyfriend like to eat gyoza so he always like to get some whenever we pass by those snack stores. the gyoza was not too bad, the skin was quite crispy but the one sad thing was that there was no vinegar to go with it. in addition to gyoza, wadori also sell other yakitori stuff and all of them look so appetising. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-29
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I decided to eat the gyozas from Wadori as a quick snack. Its $1.60 per stick and each stick has 3 deep fried gyozas. Since its deep fried gyoza, I expected it to be dry. Surprisingly, the insides of the gyoza was relatively moist and the juice was sweet. Anyway, until now I'm not too sure what kind of meat is inside the gyoza. I tried it twice and the first time it tasted like pork but the second time I think there were partly shrimps/prawns inside. The meat is moist too. The outer layer skin was thin and crispy. Overall it was a perfect quick snack. continue reading
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