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Signature Tori Chankonabe

In March 2024, ENChanko Menya & Kamameshi was launched. Focusing on chankonabe hotpot noodles, these individual portions of noodle hotpot are the best of both worlds – noodles and hot soup. Select from a variety of Japanese noodles to the protein you prefer. For those who enjoy dry noodles, they can also opt for the mazesoba.

Both outlets serve Kamameshi, also know as kettle rice. At ENChanko, our kamameshi are cooked from scratch, using imported kamameshi machines from Japan. Customers can enjoy the slightly charred rice at the bottom of the cast iron pot by pouring dashi over and letting it simmer for a while.

About Us ENChanko

ENChanko started off as ENChanko Hotpot & Kamameshi, Singapore’s only chankonabe specialty restaurant at the end of November 2023. Inspired by sumo wrestlers’ diets, these hearty hotpots come with chockful of protein and an assortment of vegetables, creating a very well-balanced diet. The hotpot comes in sharing portions of 2 or 4 people and customers can opt to add on more dishes. ENChanko is also one of the first Japanese restaurants in Singapore to launch the viral Himokawa Udon.

Savour our Signature Tori Chankonabe with all things chicken, or the Buta Motsunabe – an offal hotpot delicacy that features high protein and collagen content, despote being low in calories.

Sumibi Oyako with Gobou