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Ninja Cut brings its grain bowls and brunch fare to the next level

The Ninja has just branched out to 32 Seah Street.

The second branch remains little more than Ninja Bowl concept, but boasts a totally different look owing to a modern industrial scheme and pimp up touches.

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You can still expect good coffee and grain bowls just the way they serve it at Ninja Bowl, plus a bigger variety of all-day items like Cheeky Cheese, Oceans of Mentaiko and Marvellous Matcha.

Espresso starts from $4.50. Try a concoction like Sparkling Orange ($7) – espresso, orange juice and tonic. Non-caffeine drinkers can go for the refreshing Coconut Lemon Mint ($8) or sparkling Elderflower Lemonade ($8).

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Ninja Cut Day Menu

A Grain bowl doesn’t sound like the most exciting meal option. But if you look beyond the macrobiotic diet, you’ll see the possibilities are endless and incredibly tasty – this is where the Ninja comes in!

At Ninja Cut, the menu is a love song to healthy vegetables and dozen of ingredients such as animal proteins which add accent to the grain bowl. Guests can choose to add a grain base – quinoa, garden greens, ninja rice or soba to the pre-designed bowls; the Ninjas will then assemble the ingredients and dress up the bowl.

The flavour profile and ingredients are driven by the Ninja chef, who also chooses all the sauces and toppings. Each bowl is unique with vegetable-rich toppings that are really going to do well to accent the bowl.

Popular picks include the Oh My Cod! ($18) featuring a baked miso cod with pickled beets, honey-glazed carrots, asparagus, edamame and a glorious onsen egg; and the Squid Fix ($18) – a perfectly grilled Surume Ika with sauteed mushrooms, miso cucumbers, onsen egg, furikake and honey glazed carrots.

Beef lovers will find delight in the What’s Your Beef? ($18) – a generous serving of Roast beef ribeye with grilled corn, furikake, sauteed mushrooms, onsen egg, honey glazed carrots and crispy garlic chips.

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Oh My Cod! ($18) – Baked miso cod, pickled beets, honey-glazed carrots, asparagus, edamame, onsen egg. Add-on soba ($2).

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Gimme Chime Chicken ($14) – Cajun spiced chicken breast, chimchurri sauce, sauteed brussel sprouts, tomatoes, onsen egg, grilled corn, furikake, mixed nuts. Add-on Quinoa ($3).

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Squid Fix ($18) – Grilled surume ika, sauteed mushrooms, miso cucumbers, onsen egg, honey glazed carrots, furikake. Add-on Garden Greens ($2).

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What’s Your Beef? ($18) – Roast beef ribeye, grilled corn, furikake, sauteed mushrooms, onsen egg, honey glazed carrots, garlic chips.


Ninja Cut Brunch Menu

A selection of hearty all-day brunch fare is also available on the menu. Must try highlights include Polenta Mash ($18) featuring warm truffle polenta mash with sauteed mushrooms, shaved parmesan cheese and aburi pork slices; The Cheeky Cheese ($18) – 24 Hour braised Japanese beef cheek curry, garden greens and grilled cheese sandwich.

Something on the sweet side, try The Marvellous Matcha ($16) – Matcha ‘hotcake’, homemade dango, yuzu peel, ricotta cheese, crumble and azuki beans.

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Polenta Mash ($18) – Warm truffle polenta mash, sauteed mushrooms, shaved parmesan cheese, aburi pork slices.

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The Cheeky Cheese ($18) – 24 Hour braised Japanese beef cheek curry, garden greens, grilled cheese sandwich.

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The Marvellous Matcha ($16) – Matcha ‘hotcake’, homemade dango, yuzu peel, ricotta cheese, crumble and azuki beans.


Ninja Cut

Address: 32 Seah Street, Singapore 188388

Tel: +65 6264 7727

Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 09:30am to 7:30pm / Sat & Sun 9am to 6pm

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