Food Review: Donburi King At Paya Lebar Quarter | Overflowing Japanese Chirashi Don And Kaisen Don

The Place Located at level three of the newest mall in the east, Donburi King is a one week old concept in Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) which specialises in various types of donburi bowls. The causal Japanese restaurant is not big, with a few tables and seats around the counter where you get to watch the chefs in action.

The Food The ordering process is self-service where you enter your order on a screen at the entrance before you are being seated. There are more than ten types of donburi to choose from, with prices from S$16.80. The most over the top option is the Donburi King Signature Kaisen Don (S$58.80) where you get Hiroshima oysters, salmon, scallop, king prawns, uni and squid. The flavours are fresh in general, with my favourite being the salmon and scallop. The rice here uses vinegared sushi rice.

This dish is quite pricey, and I do feel that it would be better to offer a more affordable luxe version of this.

For tuna lovers, the Ootoro Don (S$35.50) is the option to go for where you can expect very fresh flavours of the tuna belly. Another noteworthy mention at Donburi King

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