Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Don Play Play - Best Japanese Food Delivery in Singapore

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Started by three friends who each has a background in the F&B industry, Don Play Play is set to be the next big delivery player in town. A cheeky play on the famous phrase “don’t play play”, Don Play Play is quintessentially “Singlish”, and Singaporean. The team hopes that the catchy name, which was thought up by Miss Tam Chiak, Singapore's favourite food blogger, will capture the attention of the masses, and also reflect that Don Play Play is a proud homegrown brand. As the name suggests, Don Play Play focuses on whipping up the yummiest dons or rice bowls. They have rolled out four tantalizing flavours to dazzle the tastebuds of the lucky students and residents of the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, and six creations for the working professionals in the CBD.

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Don Play Play strives to keep prices as affordable as possible, and promises to the best of their ability to make sure that the delivery schedule is adhered to and that tummies are satisfied. They deliver to NUS/NUH (Tuesday), NTU(Wednesday) and Raffles Place(Thursday). There is no delivery fee, and customers simply have to place an order on, and select their preferred pick-up location. There is an on-going promotion for NUS/NUH, and NTU. Get $3 off EACH bowl with the code KIMXDPP.

Don Play Play also does islandwide delivery. Orders for lunch can be placed on For orders outside their delivery schedule, simply drop them an email at

The signature Truffle Beef Yakiniku Don ($12.80) comes with a gorgeous 63-degree onsen egg and slices of striploin on a bed of warm Japanese rice. Australian grain-fed beef is first cooked using the sous vide method for 8 hours, before it is grilled and sliced. The housemade sauce carries a strong truffle scent, and the beef is tender, and delicious!

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The Unagi Don($12.80) features a beautifully glazed eel and onsen egg atop garlic Japanese fried rice. The savoury garlic fried rice will definitely win your heart, and the perfect onsen egg is just the icing on the cake!

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The Salmon Chirashi Don($12.80), my favourite, is topped generously with fresh salmon sashimi, tamago cubes and ikura. I can eat this everyday!

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The Chicken Grain Bowl($12.80) is a hearty bowl of brown rice, sous vide chicken breast, sautéed mushrooms, purple slaw, butter corn, edamame and cherry tomatoes. This bowl of goodness is extremely filling. 
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The Salmon Sashimi Salad($12.80) is tailored for the increasingly health-conscious CBD crowd in mind. Using only the freshest sashimi, the salad, which is dressed with a housemade sesame yuzu sauce, might just be your new favourite salad fix.

Countless hours of hard work, and research and development have gone into the conceptualization of the dishes and the trio hopes that consumers will love the food as much as they do. There is no pork and no lard in any of the dishes, and all the ingredients used are Halal-certified. The company aims to get their halal certification in the near future.

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Love, K

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