Millenia Walk | Chirashi King Kong

There are some relatively new eateries on the second floor of Millenia Walk that opened some time around September - October this year. One of them is Chirashi King Kong, a blue-lit unit that serves mainly contemporary seafood rice bowls. My friend had the Salmon Mentaiko while I had the King Kong Bowl (14.90 SGD).

One of the more unique features of the seafood rice bowls here is the use of the seasoned, rice mixed with furikake, Japanese-style rice seasoning and probably truffle oil. If you are an orthodox diner who wants the emphasis to be on the seafood itself, the rice might be distraction.

If you take it easy, you will find the rice to be quite tasty, and packed with truffle oil flavour with springy bits of tobbikko mixed into it. It went surprisingly okay with the toppings of Mentaiko Salmon or in the signature King Kong Bowl : smooth, fatty chunks of tuna, negitoro, ikura and marinated jelly fish and seaweed.

This is not your usual Japanese seafood bowl place but it is enjoyable nonetheless. Drinks are not complimentary and they do not serve water or green tea which is a downside for me. Otherwise, food's okay and not too ex. If you are a big eater, portions would seemed modest to you. Chirashi King Kong also have outlets elsewhere in Singapore.

Chirashi King Kong
9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-17 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596


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