Heat things up with sea urchin hotpot

Heat things up with sea urchin hotpot
Uni shabu shabu or sea urchin hotpot from Torikin.
PHOTO: Torikin

Uni shabu shabu or sea urchin hotpot is the latest flavour to hit town, brought in by Japanese restaurant Torikin in Bukit Timah Road.

Creamy sea urchin is stirred into a dashi broth for the soup base, giving it a yellowish hue and a subtle flavour of the seafood.

The hotpot (above) comes in a set priced at $86.90 a person (minimum two people), which includes seafood such as scallop, salmon, tuna, prawn and more sea urchin, as well as assorted vegetables. Additional orders of seafood are priced at $42 and vegetables at $12.90.

After you finish the food, you can add some udon or rice to the remaining stock for a noodle soup or rice porridge.

Torikin's main specialities are its chicken dishes and its gyoza ($16.90 for 10 pieces) is really good, with tasty minced chicken wrapped in a thin and crispy skin.

WHERE: Torikin, 01-14 Crown Centre, 557 Bukit Timah Road

MRT: Tan Kah Kee

OPEN: 6 to 11pm daily, noon to 3pm (Saturdays and Sundays)

TEL: 6465-5908


This article was first published on Dec 23, 2016.
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