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It takes something special to stand out from the crowd of restaurants huddled around Tanjong Pagar and around Singapore’s Downtown Core – so it’s safe to say Ninja Bowl is something special. Already inspiring a gushing torrent of superlative-laden reviews from some of the city’s top bloggers, publications and food critics, Ninja Bowl is easily one of the hottest spots in Tanjong Pagar and the tastiest new addition to Duxton Road.
Healthy food place and the layout of the shop is suitable for short dining experience.
Food was great . Had a good time with my friends!
The visit didn’t happen because we turned up and the place was closed. Extremely disappointed.
As one of Singapore’s hottest spots for Japanese and Asian-fusion creations, Ninja Bowl is a restaurant that’s become particularly beloved in foodie circles. With an industrial-chic dining space that’s modern and relaxed, this Tanjong Pagar hotspot shines with its unique setting, and especially for their unbelievably flavourful specialities. With some of the friendliest service members to boot, you’re in for an all-around fantastic dining experience at Ninja Bowl – you’ll find it tucked away on bustling Duxton Road.
Unsurprisingly, given the hype following the recent opening of Tanjong Pagar’s Ninja Bowl, it’s never quiet, so you’ll need to book a table, but do it as fast as you can and look forward to an unforgettable meal taking you from the ancient traditions of the imperial Japanese Empire to a beautifully balanced pan-Asian soupy concoction of seafood, butter cream and miso, of course including their eponymous, delicious bowls alongside some truly unique masterpieces like the Fancy French, already said to be the best French toast in town. If you’re still reading, you’re wasting time – book now!