A few other dishes which we particularly enjoyed was the Fried Salmon, as well as the Grilled Chicken. Saboten offers a selection of grilled dishes for those who do not exactly enjoy deep-fried stuff. We have to admit though - that most of the fried stuff tasted way better than the grilled.
For people who like variety, they also offer a platter with a variety of fried stuff such as prawns, pork and chicken, which is good for two to share. There were however, the good and the bad on the platter. The prawns felt more like we were eating breadcrumbs, and the pork was a tad dry as compared to the Iberico Loin Katsu.
Each set comes with free-flow salad and chawanmushi (steamed egg). The salad dressings were extremely addictive, and we definitely recommend the sesame dressing. That being said, with some yes and a few no(s) on the menu, it just might be the best Tonkatsu place in Singapore given the variety, but definitely not on our list as one of the best Japanese places in town.
313 Orchard Road
+65 6333 3432
This was an invited media tasting.
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