Ninja Cut sounds similar to Ninja Bowl? It is actually the newly opened concept by the same folks behind Ninja Bowl. They took over SELA Restaurant located at Seah Street. And yes! More option for my lunch during weekdays because my office is just a street away only.
So, what is the difference between Ninja Bowl and Ninja Cut? Ninja Bowl offers grain bowl with a selection of ingredients and option for Quinoa, Ninja Rice, Soba or Garden Greens. It’s a healthier option lifestyle trending now if you have notice. While Ninja Cut offers similar menu but with brunch dishes options as well. In conclusion, Ninja Cut has wider selection from the menu.
Here’s the look of the interior of the place. There are minimalist elements in it where instagrammers can have instagrammable shots.
We visited the place yesterday and decided to check out two dishes.
Waikiki Surf S$16.00
Grain bowl with yuzu marinated salmon poke in cubes, cherry tomatoes, avocado, onsen egg and sakura ebi. We top up additional S$3.00 for quinoa. The combination of the ingredients works well .The moment you poke on the onsen egg, the egg yolk flows out beautifully before mixing them together. You can taste the citrusy from the salmon marinating, sweetness from the cherry tomatoes, creamy texture from avocado and crunchy bites from the sakure ebi when you have at one bite.
Marvellous Matcha S$16.00
Since we love matcha, we decided to check out this brunch dish. Although it is a pancake in size, the moment you cut through it, the matcha oozes out and reminds me of molten lava cake. It was ‘Wow’ effect as we didn’t expect it to ooze out as a pancake though. As pretty as the presentation, the taste of the matcha was well-executed and the sweetness level was pretty balance. And of course the candied yuzu peels served around the matcha pancake enhanced the citrusy flavour to the palate. And the chewy house-made Dango was a bit tad sticky but indeed the combination works well. I would recommend this to share with friends so that you can have a taste of sweet and savoury brunch at the same time.
Pomograneta Oolong S$7.00
Although it is refillable, i still think its better to order coffee rather than tea.
Total bill was S$42.00 inclusive of 7% GST. Indeed a satisfying meal with a healthier option in between Bugis and City Hall area. Grain bowls have been trending lately and most of the concept opened around CBD area. Thus, with this new addition Ninja Cut around these premises, this gives the working crowd another healthy lunch option. At least for myself because I always have chicken rice or Killiney for lunch.
Address: 32 Seah Street
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30AM – 7:30PM
Saturday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Web Page: http://www.theninjacut.com.sg/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheNinjaCut/