Chirashi is a classic dish of sashimi pieces over a bed of vinegar rice. It comes from the word 散らす (chi-ra-su) meaning “to scatter”, as in scattering fish bits all over the place. Kuni says that the origins of chirashi come from wanting to get rid of extra.
Nabemono (鍋物, なべ物, nabe "cooking pot" + mono "thing or things, object, matter") or simply called nabe, refers to a variety of Japanese hot potdishes, also known as one pot dishes and "things in a pot."
Teishoku 定食 is a pre-set meal — a main dish, always with miso soup and a bowl of rice, and it builds from there according the chef's seasonal fancies (pickles, tofu, salad, etc).
Tradition & Passion
Chef Peter Teo is famous for his quality and fresh ingredients. Countless positive testimonies on the food quality are given... by patrons and bloggers. Food portion and prices are very reasonable too. Over the years of business, Chef Peter Teo had also gained a lot of loyal supporters.
Customers & Friends
"Becoming A regular in kaiware or follower of Chef Peter
Food is great and Peter is definitely one Chef that u can chat with and drink with.
The Kagoshima A5 Wagyu beef is definitely a highlight if u grew bored of the chirashi "
”Been a follower of Chef Peter for more than 10 years. Never been disappointed. Always good food at extremely reasonable prices.”
”Excellent food prepared by chef who's always thinking of serving the best to his customers "
”One of the top-of-the-town Japanese restaurants. Very reasonable prices and decent sizing of their portions. Definitely a must-go for people looking for good food. I'm definitely becoming a regular patron from now on!."
”Finally found Chef Peter again! His sashimi are always the freshest, the famous Chirashi don and Omakase at affordable prices! You could always smell the sweet scent of sukiyaki even before reaching the shop.. heavenly! "
”Serves top quality food and the best chawanmushi in town! Have been a diehard follower since the restaurant started at Far East Plaza many yrs ago. "