Kei Kaisendon has all-you-can-eat donburi
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Don’t say we bojio! If you’re a fan of chirashi and a big eater, hurry down to Kei Kaisendon on Mondays and Tuesdays for their Eat All You Can buffet which will set you back just $29.90++!
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Feast on their wide selection of 18 different don options, which include Mentaiyaki Kaisendon ($19.90++), Salmon Kaisendon ($19.90++) and many more. Do note that there’s a dining duration of 45 minutes for this promotion, which is exclusively available at the following five outlets: 111 Somerset, i12 Katong, Marina Square, Sembawang Shopping Centre, and Woods Square.
Otherwise, from now till 15 October 2023, there’s also a 1-for-1 promotion at their Century Square outlet.
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To get the best value for your money during the buffet, opt for their Chirashi Kaisendon, originally priced at $28.90++. This don stars a variety of sashimi, including scallop, tuna, salmon, amaebi and more, all topped with ikura, wakame, and pickled ginger.
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You can’t go wrong with their signature Kei Kaisendon (from $14.90++). This hearty bowl is filled with cubed, fresh sashimi favourites such as salmon, tuna, scallop, and topped with crunchy cucumber, tobiko, wakame, and pickled ginger.
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A must-try is Unagi Don ($17.90++), which comes with a giant slab of unagi sprinkled with sesame seeds. It’s accompanied by a torched mentai tamagoyaki and an onsen egg too! If the dish gets too heavy, there are also pickles and wakame on the side which serve as good palate cleansers.
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For mentai fanatics, a great pick is their Mentaiyaki Kaisendon ($19.90++), comprising sashimi generously topped with copious amounts of mentai sauce, then topped with wakame, ginger, and tobiko.
P.S.: Each diner can only order a maximum of two items at a time. Exercise caution when you’re ordering, as any food wastage will incur additional charges!
For more great Japanese eats, read our guide to the best Japanese cafes in Singapore! Otherwise, check out Iro Iro Japanese Restaurant, a hidden gem with affordable chirashi near Lorong Chuan MRT Station.
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Kei Kaisendon is not a halal-certified eatery.