Hararu Izakaya – First Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore
Opened over the Labour Day long weekend, Hararu Izakaya is the first Muslim owned Izakaya in Singapore. The restaurant spans 2 storeys, with the second floor decorated in traditional Japanese Tatami dining style.
Hararu’s lunch menu offers diners a variety of 4 different donburi sets. By night, Hararu changes into a Japanese bar and their dinner menu showcases Japanese skewers and other ala carte items.
We popped by during lunch and tried Hararu’s donburi sets. Unagi Don ($13) features grilled eel with Teriyaki sauce, tamago, pickles and rice. The eel is served glistening, with a nice caramelised exterior that gives a slight crisp. It is grilled just right and the meat is tender, boasting a rich, sweet flavour.
Salmon Teriyaki Don ($12) contains grilled salmon with Teriyaki sauce, tamago, pickles and rice. The silky salmon skin with slightly charred edges is very enjoyable, and the Teriyaki sauce gives this dish more flavours. But, the unagi don still fares better.
Hararu also serves Gyuniku Don (beef) and Tori Karaage Don (chicken). Each Donburi Set Lunch comes with miso soup, a refreshing salad, and free flow green tea, making this meal value-for-money. You can also look forward to interesting mocktail creations such as The Matcha Egg, Japanese Twisted Chendol and Toasted Pistachio Bread, just to name a few. Grab your friends and family to unwind and relax at Hararu Izakaya now!
Address: 16 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199437
Phone: 6291 5373
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu 12pm to 2.30pm (lunch) and 5pm to 11pm (dinner). Fri & Sat 12pm to 2.30pm (lunch) and 5pm to 12am (dinner). Closed on Mondays.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the restaurant featured here.
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