Sponsored Food: Imakatsu @ Boat Quay, Quality Jap Food - jjoyis | Singapore beauty, lifestyle and food blog

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Sponsored Food: Imakatsu @ Boat Quay, Quality Jap Food

Let's welcome Imakatsu at Boat Quay together! The restaurant is located among the stretch of food places along the river. It is a small little space so you have to pay extra attention when you are searching for the restaurant.


Imakatsu singapore boat quay review


Thanks to Gin for the invite and Imakatsu @ Boat Quay for hosting us. It was a good night.
They made Monday feels like TGIF. Guess who had a hard time at work the next day.



Yama Yuzu Shibori imakatsu boat quay
Yama Yuzu Shibori ($49.80)

A good combination of sweetness, sourness and a faint trace of bitterness. This is a refreshing choice and it is even suitable for folks who do not drink often. Word of caution: This is very easy to drink so watch how many cups, or bottles lol, you had!



PIYOPIYO Minced Meat Cutlet
Do you know what is this?

PIYOPIYO Minced Meat Cutlet imakatsu boat quay
PIYOPIYO Minced Meat Cutlet ($9.80)

The minced meat is well-marinated and it goes so well with the crispy outer layer and the egg inside. Our egg was a little too cooked. This is probably not they're usual standard because the second time (evil bean) ordered, the yolk was all soft and runny. 



Mochi Cheese Cutlet ($6.80)

As per the name suggests, the inside is mochi-soft. Eat this while it is hot because it tastes 10 times better. This is one of the dishes worth trying because.. cheese. CHEESE. yup. 



Satsumaage Mentaiko imakatsu boat quay
Satsumaage Mentaiko ($6)

This is fish cake(?) filled with mentaiko. Quite normal in my opinion.




Oyaku Bowl imakatsu boat quay
Oyaku Bowl ($14.80)
This is one of my favourite dishes that night. Look at the egg on egg :D 


Oyaku Bowl imakatsu runny egg boat quay
Close up

I failed so badly when it comes to breaking runny eggs/pouring syrups etc. Not one of the hippy foodie you see on Instagram, I am sorry guys. 



Prenium Mentaiko Pork Loin imakatsu
Premium Mentaiko Pork Loin ($21.80)

 The outer layer is fried to perfection and the amazing thing is, the meat retained those yummy meat juices. There is a good balance of fat and lean meat. The peeps called this 'The best Tonkatsu ever'. 
However, I am not as crazy though because I don't like anything fat. I literally pick out all the fatty layers in my meat in every meal. 
Nonetheless, I have to agree - this is one of the better Tonkatsu I have tasted so far. 



Chicken Fillet Cultet imakatsu
Chicken Fillet Cutlet ($7.80 for 2, $9.80 for 4)

Ah this dish resonated with me. The cutlet was prepared with less oil but the crispness was not compromised. You can dip it with flavoured salts Imakatsu provides: Truffle salt, Wasabi Salt, Lemon Salt and Yuzu Salt. 



imakatsu


Imakatsu is a nice place for a small group of friends to chill and catch up. The main courses is delicious and I assure you, you will be spoilt for choice. If you are looking for  I even went to check out the other outlet in Star Vista after this food tasting.


Imakatsu

Boat Quay
52 Boat Quay #01-01
Singapore 049841

Mon-Fri, Sun:
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sat:
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm



Other outlets:
The Star Vista
1 Vista Exchange Green #01-17
Singapore 138617

Mon-Sat: 
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Sun:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm



You know what? I am hungry now >w<

No comments:

Post a Comment