What happens when you put Ootoro, foie gras and black truffle sauce on a Spoon?

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    Maguro Ootoro Foie Gras Spoon Sushi
    Maguro Ootoro Foie Gras Spoon Sushi

    Japanese restaurants Kuro Maguro and Maguro Donya needs little introduction. Known for their high-quality maguros or blue fin tuna imported directly from Misaki Port, both restaurants are introducing 2 new creations to their menu.

    Maguro Ootoro Foie Gras Spoon Sushi while a mouthful to pronounce, is also a mouthful of taste explosion in a combination of prized ootoro on a bed of well-seasoned sushi rice with a seared rich foie gras on top and topped off with a hint (just a hint) of truffle sauce to complete the gastro experience. $2 is a real steal considering how regularly Maguro Donya imports its maguro from their parent company, Misaki Megumi Suisan, a maguro wholesaler based in Misaki port with its own trawlers. Available until the end of Jan 2018, or whilst stocks last.

    Maguro Ootoro Foie Gras Spoon Sushi
    Maguro Ootoro Foie Gras Spoon Sushi

    Another creation is the Makanai Meshi, a dish that is traditional served as a staff meal by the chef’s apprentice, a Makanai Ryori. An impressive Makanai Ryori will mean winning over the head chef’s heart and earn the dish a spot on the menu. Maguro Donya’s new Makanai Meshi is no different. Generous chucks of ootoro and fresh sashimi on a bed of well-seasoned sushi rice eclipse many of the Chirashi Don we have tasted, not only in taste but value (19.80). Now available on the menu at both Kuro Maguro and Maguro Donya. We want to know which chef apprentice impressed Chef Shuji Sawada, so that we can thank the person.

    Maguro Donya’s Makanai Meshi
    Maguro Donya’s Makanai Meshi

     

    黒鮪 Kuro Maguro by Maguro Donya

    Address: 7 Wallich Street #01-04 Singapore 078884
    Hours: Mon – Sun 11:30 – 14:00, 17:30 – 22:00
    Tel: 6386 8561
    Website: magurodonya.com

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