With the current situation worldwide, it's saddening that we can't roam around the streets of Japan to taste local Japanese food. But, you can still taste the beauty of halal Japanese cuisine here in Singapore! Just recently, Donburi no Tatsujin has finally announced that their restaurant is halal-certified by MUIS in Singapore ?
Donburi no Tatsujin Serves Authentic Halal Japanese Rice Bowls
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This gem is nestled between food stalls in the hawker scene of Ang Mo Kio and you will be greeted by experienced chefs in Japanese cuisine. Donburi no Tatsujin which translates into "Donburi Master" serves authentic and flavourful Japanese rice bowls with a mix-and-match concept or ala carte selections. Though they are only a small stall, they aim to offer restaurant-quality dishes that will put a smile on your face.
Additionally, another special feature that this restaurant has is their use of Alchemy Fibre for donburi dishes, the first one ever for a Japanese restaurant in Singapore! Essentially, Alchemy Fibre is a patented high-fibre blend by Alchemy Foodtech which slows down carbohydrate digestion and glucose release. Now you can enjoy your meals at Donburi no Tatsujin with a healthier experience ?
Different Steps To Craft Your Donburi Bowls
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In this restaurant, since it applies the mix-and-match concept, you are free to build your own Japanese rice bowls with any of your preferred protein, carbs, vegetables and lastly, the sauces.
They have a wide range of premium and fresh protein such as their Signature Wagyu Flank, Signature Beef Chuck Tender, Mentai Salmon, Chicken Katsu with Ebi Tempura and more. For your carbohydrate, you can either opt for Japanese rice or Soba noodles.
Plus, a main dish isn't complete without its vegetables and sauces. From Sweet Potato Tempura to their popular Truffle Shoyu and Wasabi Mayo, Donburi no Tatsujin ensures that their perfectly cooked veggies and well-seasoned sauces will be a match made in heaven with their bowls.
To top it all off, despite this restaurant offering high-quality ingredients, their menu is affordable! Nothing is more than $20 and you can see their menu on their website. According to their recent announcement, you can dine-in at their restaurant now or have your food delivered to your doorsteps through Foodpanda, Deliveroo or Grabfood.
Halal status: Halal-certified
Address: Blk 721 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, #01-2823 Food Loft, 560721 Singapore
Opening hours: Mon-Sun, 11AM-10PM
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Here's more information about other halal Japanese restaurants in Singapore:
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- The Ultimate Guide To Halal Sushi In Singapore
- 20 Awesome Halal Japanese Food In Singapore That’ll Take You To Japan