11 Donburi Delivery Restaurants In Singapore You Don’t Want To Miss Out On

What’s not to love about donburis? Carb-loaded, filled to the brim with savoury meats, topped off with a creamy onsen egg — all the best parts of Japanese cuisine in one hearty, delicious bowl. 

If you’ve been craving one of these fuss-free dons, here’s a list of the 11 Donburi Delivery Restaurants in Singapore that deliver straight to your doorstep!

1. Man Man Unagi Restaurant 

When you think of Man Man Unagi Restaurant, what comes to mind is most likely the snaking queues at their Keong Saik outlet, where diners eagerly await a taste of Man Man’s famed unagi-dons.

Man Man Unagi Restaurant: Hitsumabushi
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Their signature dish is the Hitsumabushi (S$34), which has amassed quite a cult following for its unbeatable taste. After being skewered and grilled, the unagi is doused in tare (soy sauce mixed with mirin and brown sugar), then flame-broiled to create that sinfully charred taste. 

Man Man Unagi Restaurant: Unagi-Tamago Don
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If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative, try their Unagi-Tamago Donburi (S$24.40) which comes with a generous serving of tamago (Japanese egg) alongside their chargrilled unagi.

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2. Aburi-EN

Aburi, meaning “flame-seared”, is a way of meat-grilling that results in that seared, smoky flavour, a technique that Aburi-EN has perfected. They utilise binchotan, odourless Japanese white charcoal, ensuring that the natural flavours of the food aren’t masked. The restaurant also doesn’t compromise on their meats, serving a fine selection of Japanese and Australian wagyu, including the highly acclaimed A4/A5 Miyazaki wagyu

Aburi-EN: Wagyu Karubi Don
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The Wagyu Karubi Don (S$22.40) is one of their top-selling dishes, made with Australian wagyu karubi. Known for being more marbled than most cuts, these slabs of beef are marinated in a soy-based “Miyazaki sauce”, one of their Aburi-EN’s house sauces. 

Accompanied by Yamagata Haenuki rice and nutty light brown mushrooms, this donburi is definitely value-for-money with such high-quality ingredients. Add an Okinawa Onsen Tamago (S$1.80) to complement the savoury, melt-in-your-mouth beef. 

Aburi-EN: Buta Bara Don
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For those looking to switch it up, try the Buta Bara Don (S$19.20), which features Spain-imported chestnut-fed pork belly coated in their special sauce, each tender strip exuding a fragrant smokiness. 

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3. YAYOI

It’s always a struggle to find yummy yet pocket-friendly Japanese food, but that’s where YAYOI comes in. They specialise in teishoku style meals—a type of Japanese set meal—where all the dishes in the course are served together as a set, which usually includes a main, soup, rice and pickles. 

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YAYOI: Shogayaki Don
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One of their bestsellers is the Shogayaki Don (S$13.90), consisting of stir-fried pork belly slices and beansprouts in ginger sauce. The tender slices are saturated with the piquant ginger flavours, making for a simple yet tasty dish. 

Credit: YAYOI (@yayoisg)

If you prefer chicken donburis, go for their Teriyaki Chicken Don (S$13.90) or the classic Oyako Don (S$10.90)

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4. Fat Sumo

From the creators behind well-loved restaurants like Fat Cow, Oriole and the Marmalade Pantry, Fat Sumo aims to bring maximum enjoyment to customers with minimal fuss. 

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Their top-seller is the delicious, no-frills Chicken Cutlet Donburi (S$15), featuring crispy chicken cutlet over fragrant Japanese rice, that is sure to satiate your cravings. 

Credit: Fat Sumo (@fatsumosg)

The chef’s signature Wagyu Beef Donburi (S$19) comes with a hearty serving of grilled wagyu beef, succulent and savoury for you to relish in. Meanwhile, the Salmon Teriyaki Donburi (S$19) is one of their most popular dishes, with tender slabs of salmon liberally doused in classic teriyaki sauce. 

Spoilt for choice? Opt for the Fat Sumo Bundle (S$35) exclusive to Oddle, which offers a set for two with a choice of two donburis and two drinks, great for sharing!

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5. Ichiban Sushi

I’m sure you’re no stranger to Ichiban Sushi, a household name for fun and casual Japanese dining with their conveyor belts and an extensive range of set meals. 

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If you’re a meat-lover, go for the Gyu Teriyaki Don (S$13.37), which comes with beef slices marinated in a black pepper teriyaki sauce, garlic, vegetables, and a bowl of miso soup to wash it all down. 

Ichiban Sushi: Ichiban Don
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Another popular pick is the Ichiban Don (S$16.74), packed with thick slices of fresh salmon sashimi. Paired with miso soup, this one’s a classic that you can’t go wrong with.  

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6. Bincho

Pioneering a unique all-in-one dining concept, Unlisted Collection’s restaurant Bincho seeks to tie Singapore’s past with the present—a 70-year old mee pok stall by day and Japanese-style dining destination by night. 

Bincho: Roasted Beef Don
Credit: Bincho (@binchosg)

One of their signature donburis is the Roasted Beef Don (S$35). The star of the dish is their premium Hokkaido wagyu steak, grilled over bincho-tan (Japanese white charcoal) and served with their special in-house sauce. 

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They also offer a Roasted Beef and Uni Don (S$40), combining two delicious ingredients to create a tantalising dish that’s impossible to resist, especially for those uni fans out there.

Bincho: Kaisen Bara Chirashi Don
Credit: Bincho (@binchosg)

If you’re prefer sashimi, their Kaisen Bara Chirashi Don (S$40) serves up fresh slices of premium sashimi, while their Yakitori Don (S$20) and Oyako Don (S$20) provide cheaper chicken alternatives. 

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7. IKKI Izakaya

Branding itself as a modern izakaya (loosely translated as “drinking house”), IKKI Izakaya is a Japanese restaurant serving a wide variety of food and alcohol. 

Ikki Izakaya: Honey Glazed Pork Don
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Their Honey Glazed Pork Don (S$15) comes with a generous serving of honey-glazed pork belly, an ajitsuke tamago resting on a bed of vegetables atop fragrant Japanese rice. 

Ikki Izakaya: Salmon Mentaiko Don
Credit: IKKI Izakaya (@IKKIIzakayaSG)

Liberally drizzled with mentaiko sauce, the Salmon Mentaiko Don (S$16) will surely be a hit among fans of the umami, pollock roe dressing. Besides donburis, IKKI Izakaya also has a range of other sashimi and meat dishes, ensuring that there’s something here for everyone. 

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8. Nanbantei

Opened in Singapore in 1983, Nanbantei specialises in authentic Japanese yakitori, chargrilled to perfection. Apart from yakitori, their donburis are a big hit with patrons, with high-quality ingredients like wagyu beef and kurobuta pork. 

Nanbantei: Truffle Kurobuta Don
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One of their specialities is the Truffle Kurobuta Don (S$20), consisting of charcoal-grilled Black Iberico Pork slices, tossed with aromatic truffle oil and paste and topped with onsen egg, nori and pickles.

Nanbantei: Yakitori Don
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Nanbantei is known for their yakitori and you have to give their Yakitori Don (S$16) a try. It is complete with signature assorted yakitori including tsukune (chicken meatball), negima (chicken thighs and scallions), eringi mushroom, pork asparagus & salmon.

To sweeten the deal even further, they have three donburi bundles of different sizes, that come with fried appetisers, side dishes and drinks. 

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9. Tamashii Robataya

Established in Singapore in 2012, Tamashii Robataya prides itself on using only the freshest Japanese ingredients. 

Tamashii: Negaochi Don
Credit: Tamashii Robataya (@tamashiisg)

If you’re in the mood to splurge, look no further than the Negaochi Don (S$75), which combines chopped tuna belly, Hokkaido sea urchin and salmon roe for the ultimate explosion of umami flavours. 

Tamashii: Signature Gyu Don
Credit: Tamashii Robataya (@tamashiisg)

Another crowd favourite is their Signature Gyu Don (S$64), made with A5 Saga Beef, paired with an onsen egg and topped with redolent black truffle shavings — talk about indulgent! 

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10. SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe

The epitome of Japanese savoir-faire, SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe is a dual concept restaurant and cafe, to represent the sun and moon. Executive Chef Toshio Sawai aims to combine authentic traditional Japanese fare with modern Japanese dishes, to create contemporary cuisine with high-quality ingredients. 

Sun with Moon: Aburi Kaisen Bara Chirashi Don
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You can’t go wrong with their Aburi Kaisen Bara Chirashi Lunch Set (S$32.80)—flame-seared diced salmon, grilled eel, scallop, prawn, salmon roe, flying fish roe, avocado and tamago, served alongside miso soup and grilled salmon belly teriyaki. 

Their Tokusen Tendon Set (S$29.80) features deep-fried battered snow crab leg, prawns, fish and vegetables served on Japanese rice, crisped to perfection. 

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11. MARUKYU Japanese Dining 

With over 25 years of experience in Japanese haute cuisine, Executive Chef Derrick Lau opened MARUKYU Japanese Dining, a fine dining experience serving up omakase and more.

MARUKUYU Japanese Restaurant: Special Chirashi Rice Bento
Credit: MARUKUYU Japanese Restaurant (@marukuyuasia)

MARUKUYU’s house signature is the Special Chirashi Sushi Rice Bento (S$38), featuring sushi rice topped with a variety of sliced premium sashimi, alongside a small platter of sea-fresh fish.

The Tendon (S$15) consists of varied deep-fried tempura atop fragrant Japanese rice, including the likes of prawn, vegetables, fish and more in their own unique batter. Another popular donburi is their Tori Mentai Don (S$15), deep-fried chicken karaage drizzled with savoury mentaiko sauce, served on Japanese rice for all mentaiko lovers out there. 

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From the freshest unagi to chargrilled wagyu, to premium sashimi and deep-fried tempura, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Order your Japanese feast with Oddle Eats today!

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