Sister outlet of Ninja Bowl which opened in April 2016, Ninja Cut sets itself apart on the
Seah Street belt with a varied menu featuring succulent meats, fresh seafood, and all-day brunch items.
The “Ninja Cuts” section comprises beautifully cooked hearty proteins such as roast ribeye, crackling pork belly, juicy chicken, fillet of cod, tuna and whole squid; with an option of bases such as soba noodles, quinoa, a proprietary rice blend, and garden greens.
Meals are prepped a la minute to serve and prices at Ninja Cut are all nett cost.
This comprehensive collection of ten main dishes and a variety of brunch items will surely satiate any hunger pangs. True to form, the mains – “Ninja Cuts”- come carb-free for a higher protein boost and add-ons such as the signature Ninja Rice; a blend of vinegared Japanese pearl rice, brown rice with seaweed flakes, buckwheat Soba noodles, or Garden Greens – are available; all for a top up of $2. For an additional protein boost, Ninja Cut also offers white Quinoa for a premium of $3.
Here’s a few of our favortie dishes!
What’s Your Beef? ($18) – only 30 servings per day
This stand-out dish comes with 150g of succulent roast– cooked to perfect medium-rare doneness. A whole slab of Australian ribeye is marinated with simple aromatics such as thyme, salt and pepper, which allows the quality of the meat to shine without being overpowered. The slab is then slow roasted to tender perfection. It also comes with grilled corn seasoned with furikake, sautéed mushrooms, honey glazed carrots, a wobbly onsen egg, and golden garlic chips.
Polenta Mash ($18)
A personal favourite of Darren’s, the Polenta Mash showcases a homemade aburi chashu roulade with a side of warm truffle polenta mash, sautéed mushrooms and Parmesan cheese shavings. This comforting dish is Ninja Cut’s take on the hearty Southern-Creole breakfast of pork and grits.
The Cheeky Cheese ($18)
Sister outlet Ninja Bowl may have its own version of the 24-hour braised beef cheek, but Ninja Cut kicks it up a notch with its own Japanese curry rendition. The cheek is seasoned with red wine and braised for a full day in the curry to create a wonderful, full-bodied flavour. It is impeccably paired with an oozy grilled cheese brioche sandwich which is perfect for sopping up gravy.
We asked for more of the cheezy bricohe cause they were simply sooooo addicitve.
Marvellous Matcha ($16)
This artisanal matcha ‘hotcake’ is filled with a green tea fondant and then baked to a crisp at 200 degrees Celsius. The pancake is then topped with a dollop of ricotta cheese and adorned with pretty edible flowers, speculoos crumble, yuzu peel, and homemade chewy dango. As the dish is created to order, it requires a 15 to 20-minute waiting time.
The Ninja Cut
32 Seah Street, Singapore 188388
9.30am to 7.30pm (Weekdays), 9am to 6pm (Weekends)