Ever since Man Man Unagi opened a couple of years ago, we were introduced to hitsumabushi. This Nagoya speciality dish allowed us to enjoy unagi in a whole new way and I have never looked back since.
It wasn’t long before other unagi restaurants such as Unagiya Ichinoji and UYA 四代目菊川 Japanese Unagi Restaurant made their way to Singapore as well. The competition was so intense, we even wrote a separate article comparing all three different unagi restaurants.
Enter Una Una, the newest unagi speciality restaurant to join the legion of unagi restaurants in Singapore. Una Una is located on the fourth floor of the bustling Bugis+, prettily adorned with glowy Japanese lanterns and light wood panelling.
The interior of Una Una was spacious and inviting, a place that is perfect if you want to share the joys of unagi with your friends and family.
If you really want to get into it, Una Una comes equipped with a delightful row of tatami seats where you can truly immerse yourself.
There is nothing more fun than watching chefs prepare your meal right in front of you; here at Una Una you can watch as the chef grills your unagi to perfection.
They also have a unique double dipping technique where the