Proteins Obsession with Ninja Cut @ Seah Street


The go-to place for a robust protein selection for heartier dishes

From the good o’ folks who brought you the popular Japanese-inspired Ninja Bowl @ Duxton Hill, Ninja Cut is the new sister outlet and it has already set itself apart on the Seah Street belt. The difference? Heartier portion size, succulent meat and fresh seafood (that’s where the proteins come from), and the un-resistible all-day brunch menu!
Set in an industrial-minimalist ambient, Ninja Cut boasts mouth-watering protein-packed staples 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. If you’re not salivating yet, I surely am. Let’s chomp to find out!

The dish for the health-conscious gym bunnies

Who says you can only enjoy good food on cheat days? With Gimme Chimi Chicken ($14) you can have the best of both world. The perfect post-workout protein hit, the tender sous-vide chicken breast is rubbed with Cajun spice and topped with house-made chimichurri sauce. Coupled with onsen egg and greens for that extra crunch, you’ve just made yourself a hearty meal your health-conscious friend would surely approve!

The show stopper for meat lovers -only 30 servings per day

If you’re a die-hard carnivore, the What’s Your Beef ($18) is the must try. This stand-out dish comes with 150g of succulent roast – cooked to perfect medium-rare doneness. One bite and you can taste the explosion of plump meaty flavour bursting in your mouth. The dish also comes with grilled corn seasoned with furikake, sautéed mushrooms, honey glazed carrots, onsen egg and golden garlic chips.

Named cheekily after Darren Wee, the ex-DJ turned restaurant owner, exclamation when he first tried this dish, Oh My Cod ($18)! truly lives up to its moniker with its unique paste – the umami-filled saikyo shiromiso – a white miso paste from Kyoto recognised for its sweeter notes and mild savoury flavour. The paste definitely adds a savoury edge to the cod fish, and the pan-seared cod fillet is moist, fresh and soft. The dish is served with honey-glazed carrots, asparagus and edamame.

Don’t just stop at the mains. Having breakfast for dinner is perfectly acceptable at Ninja Cut

Perhaps all relationships should be like Cheeky Cheese ($18). The braised beef cheek and grilled cheese brioche makes a wacky yet inseparable pair. Seasoned with red wine and braised for a full day in Japanese curry, the oozy cheese sandwich acts as dipper to sop up this full-bodied beef gravy. The palate is well-balanced with the mild saltiness of the brioche and the tender sweetness of the beef cheek.

Stress disappears in the presence of desserts

Saving the best for the last, my favourite dish of the day is the Marvellous Matcha ($16). Oozing sweet green tea fondant once sliced into the crisp matcha ‘hotcake’, savouring each spoonful is like a warm hug. The pancake is topped with dollop of ricotta cheese, speculoos crumble, yuzu peel and chewy dango carelessly sprinkled. Patience is needed though, as it requires 15 to 20-minute waiting time as this sinfully awesome dish is made to order. But I must say it is definitely worth every minute of wait.

Overall, the spread in Ninja Cut is decently-priced considering the amount of quality protein you would get and definitely worth a second visit. A perfect spot for those fitness buffs and enthusiasts to keep in mind when looking for a spot to dine at within City Hall.

Ninja Cut
32 Seah Street, Singapore 188388
Opening Hours: 9.30am to 730pm (Weekdays), 9am to 6pm (Weekends)
Facebook: @TheNinjaCut



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