The tanginess and tartness of the yuzu combined the mild sweetness of the yogurt make for a refreshing palate cleanser. It’s perfect in-between dishes or just as a way to wrap up a good meal with your pals!
I like the Iced Honey Yucha Soda ($5.80) at Kogane Yama which is packed with heaps of antioxidants and is also great to combat the heat.
With hearty, delicious Japanese bowls, that deliver on both quality and affordability with a wide variety of options to choose from, this homegrown restaurant brand is bound to be a hit among diners.
Kogana Yama also offers a variety of ice-cold beverages, ideal for pairing with their bowls of fried delights.
Overall, Kogane Yama is a more than competent addition to the fray as far as ten-don restaurants go.
Kogane Yama is a local brand and we like them to do well.
Kogane Yama is the latest addition to the Tendon options we have in Singapore, I am currently torn between this and Tendon Ginza Itsuki - in terms of money value and quality.
If you are looking for a decent Japanese restaurant in Bugis to satisfy your hunger pangs, Kogane Yama is a pretty good value for money option.
This place is worth a visit, especially because there’s no hour-long queue to brave through unlike at more established tendon places.
If you’re a fan of tendons, then this is one place you can’t afford to miss.