Food Review: Kaisen Tei by MOF Group

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Kasien Tei is a friendly and casual dining concept that allows the guests to personalise their donburi with freshly cubed sashimi, salmon, seafood and vegetables on top of soft fluffy rice. This Japanese DIY approach presents a complete Rice bowl - perfect as a healthy takeaway meal for diners on the go.
The friendly team will be glad to suggest any of the authentic Japanese Chicken/pork Katsu Curry rice, donburi and the signature Kasiendon tochoose from. If you prefer a simple seafood DIY donburi, ENJOY!

It's located at 313 Somerset, that's convenience for everyone. 

Follow me now, I will guide you on how to order a DIY bowl and food review.




Menu -

The step of ordering - 

Step 1: Order:
Order from the menu: Ala carte or DIY.

Step 2: Pay:
Pay at the cashier and bring you ordering sheet.

Step 3: Wait:
Wait for your order number to be called.

Step 4: Collect:
Collect your food at the counter.





How to order your D.I.Y Bowl. 

Step 1: Choose the size. (Small or Medium) 

Small can choose 2 topping and 1 sauce.
Medium can choose 4 topping and 1 sauce. 

Step 2: 
Choose your topping. 


8 types of fish, 4 signature sauce and 11 different toppings.
Fish – Salmon, Maguro, Hamachi, Mini Hotate, Tako, Ika, Ishigaki, and Mekagiki
Signature sauce –  Kaisen, Yuku, Wafu, and Yakiniku
Toppings –  Fukake, Kurage, Negitoro, Unagi, Mentako, Taamagouyaki, Tobiki, Corn, Tempura Bits, Wasabi, and Salmon.
Step 3: 
Choose your sauce.

Step 4:

ENJOY! 





Kaisendon - $16++

The signature dish at Kaisen-Tei.  Whats' inside? 4 fish in signature Kaisendon and kaisensalad: 
MekajikI (swordfish), Mini hotate (scallop), Maguro (tuna), Salmon, tamago, ginger, cucumber, spring onion, seaweed, ended up with Kaisen sauce. 

The seafood was really fresh, and overall tasted not bad and it was worth the price. 



Kaisen-salad - $16++



DIY Bowl - 



Pork Katsu Curry - $16.90++

Kurobuta pork is used in the pork Katsu curry. The katsu was light and crispy. The flavour wasn't that strong and the meat was pretty firm. Curry wasn't that spicy and it was at the right flavours for everyone to enjoy it. 



My Verdict: 
Kaisen Tei is more on takeaway concept. If you are happen to work in town why not give this a try. I would recommend their Kaisen-don and DIY.

Stay tune! They will be opening 2 more outlet at GSH Plaza (Early April), and United Square  (Early May). So don't miss it!


Promotion:

DBS/POSB credit card holder, you are entitled a 15% discount off subtotal bill with a minimum spend of $60. Not valid on the eve of and Public Holiday. Also not valid with other promotions or credit card discounts. Valid from Mar 1st 2017 to Feb 28th 2018.

Kaisen Tei 
313@somerset, 313 Somerset Road, #03-41, Singapore 238895 

Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs: 11.30am-10pm, Fri-Sat: 11.30am-10.30pm

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Thanks for reading!!
Jonathan Soh

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