Kabuke is probably not a place you walk by and take much notice of it. The inconspicuous gastrobar is hidden on the second floor of a shophouse along Telok Ayer street and in fact, if you don’t look hard enough you will miss the door to the place. Popping by for lunch one day, the place serves mainly rice bowls for lunch and specifically, beef bowls. They do have a Miso Pork Bowl and a Daily Special Bowl as well so do check with the staffs beforehand!
That’s the door on the left!
I actually find the Kabuki paintings pretty fun. It brings out a different feel altogether
Wagyu Suki Bowl $18
Wagyu Sukiyaki Beef Strips topped with Shinmeiji Mushrooms, Onsen Egg & Sauteed Onions
The friend’s suki bowl looks more filling than mine. And it reminded me of Yoshinoya’s gyudon, perhaps an atas version of it
Wagyu Bowl $28
Wagyu Striploin served with Onsen Egg, Garlic Chips & Truffle Shoyu
My beef was considerably smaller in portion but the tender slices make up for it. Thought the garlic chips provided a nice texture and flavour to the rice bowl as well. But there wasn’t much truffle in my opinion
I thought the rice bowls here were okay. It wasn’t particularly fantastic but I guess if you are in the mood for something nicer, it’s still a place to consider. Perhaps dinner might be a better option, for the variety and a drink to relax after work
200A Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068638