Sandaime Bunji (9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-14/15 Millenia Walk, tel : +65 6333 1516) basically works on a teishoku model on menu and meals are mostly in the options of sets and the a la carte options of the mains. Apart from the size of portions and the carb options of mugimeshi and umen, there really isn't much for variety in this place as it seems that the focus of the menu are their grilled gyutan and oden.
We hit up the small gyutan set which basically gave us a taste of most of the items on menu on small portions. That included the mugimeshi (barley rice), tororo, an unexpectedly clear oxtail soup, flame grilled gyutan, salad, tofu and some very forgettable salmon sashimi.
The grilled tongue was fragrant and delicious, but a little chewy.
I thought the oden was pretty good as well. The taste was both savory and clear at the same time and the warm soup was comforting. I'm probably going to order this again the next time I visit.
Sandaime Bunji's mugimeshi I gather, is to be had with their tororo which is flavored with what I think is shoyu.