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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. Packa
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Ambience
Wadori, 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.
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Many times I had walked pass and this is my first try. Packaging is in a box and quite presentable.
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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$1.90
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Food
The 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.
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Overall the purchase experience is on a average side.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-04-27
Spending Per Head
$4 (Supper)
Recommended Dishes
  • Renkon Tsukune