Don Don Donki JCube Has 4 Japanese Food Chains Debuting In Singapore On 29 Nov

Apart from an eponymous jingle and sweet potato, Don Don Donki is known for its wide array of Japanese food.

On 13 Nov, news about the upcoming sixth Don Don Donki outlet at JCube got many readers excited. Now, we have even more details to hype you up.

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Westies who plan to visit the store soon should check out these 5 food stalls if you love Japanese food as much as bubble tea.

4 of them are completely new to Singapore, so if you hurry down fast, you’ll be the first to visit their local outlets.

1. Hotto Motto: Famous Japan take-out brand

Hotto Motto is a famous take-out chain from Japan, according to 8Days.

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Their sumptuous yet convenient bento boxes are perfect for busy Singaporeans looking for a quick and fuss-free lunch option below $10.

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This will be their first outlet in Singapore, which means you won’t have to travel 5,308km to get an authentic taste of Japan.

Here’s Hotto Motto’s menu courtesy of Don Don Donki.

2. Arizuki Express: Japan hotpot chain

Also making its debut in Singapore is Arizki Express, a popular hotpot chain in Japan.

Can’t decide between Japanese food and hotpot? Arizki Express gives you the best of both worlds in one pot.

According to 8Days, Arizuki Express will serve hotpot with ingredients like beef tripe and pork offal. We’re already salivating from the sound of it.

3. Tsuki Unagi

Tsuki Unagi as it’s name suggests is a restaurant that specialises in unagi dishes.

So if you know someone who orders only Unagi sushi at Sushi Express, this is the place you have to introduce them to.

Here’s the menu from Don Don Donki.

4. Gindaco: Popular Japanese takoyaki stall

Even if you’re not a Japanese food connoisseur, you can’t say no to takoyaki balls, something which Gindaco specialises in.

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Get an upgrade from your usual pasar malam fare with these tako balls from Tokyo.

Their full menu isn’t out yet, so either stay tuned for updates, or wait till the official opening day.

5. DONTON

A Japanese food trail wouldn’t be complete without Okonomiyaki, or Japanese pancakes, which you can find at DONTON.

The wide varieties available will leave you spoilt for choice.

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DONTON also offers 2 selections of Yakisoba dishes for those looking for a more wholesome Japanese meal.

Finger food at their Delica section

If you’d prefer lighter, finger food instead, there’s the Delica section which sells different types of breaded and fried goodness.

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Some of the items on the menu are:

  •  Fried Ebikatsu — $5.80

  • 100% Beef Hamburg Cutlet — $5.80

  • 100% Beef Cheese Hamburg Cutlet — $5.80

  • Breaded Mozzarella Cheese Stick — $5.80

  • Crispy Chicken Sticks — $4.80

Head down to Don Don Donki JCube on 29 Nov

In celebration of their store opening at JCube, Don Don Donki’s penguin mascot “Donpen” will be making a special appearance there.

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He will be hanging around the store from 29 Nov – 2 Dec so do come dressed in your most kawaii outfit and snag a picture with him.

Don Don Donki at JCube

Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, Singapore 609731 (#B1-12/18/19)
Opening hours: 8am – 12am (Food Court: 10am – 10pm)
Nearest MRT: Jurong East MRT

While you’re at it, take the chance to try out the wide selection of Japanese delicacies. Let us know how they taste in the comments below!

All images courtesy of Don Don Donki unless otherwise stated.
Feature images adapted from TimeOut and Mid Valley Megamall.