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  • Fukuichi Japanese Dining : Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: September 2, 2015

    Japanese Cuisine slightly tweaked to the local palate.

    fukuichi main2 After the successful opening of Fukuichi Japanese Dining (Fukuichi) at Triple One Somerset, Fukuichi decides to step up their game to open their second outlet at Hotel Chancellor. Many of you may not actually know this hotel (although we must admit the name does sound kinda dodgy) but it is actually nestled in the heart of Orchard Road amongst other better known hotels such as Concorde Hotel and Holiday Inn Singapore. ...
  • Kanshoku Ramen: Singapore Japanese Ramen Review

    Last Updated: August 15, 2015

    “Lighter, healthier ramen, but still as good and flavourful”

    Kanshoku Ramen  logo Kanshoku translates to 完食, which means to “finish one’s food”, and this eatery takes it very seriously, making sure that you finish their ramen down to the very last strand of noodle and final drop of soup. Kanshoku is actually a local brand, opened by Singaporean businessman Melvin Ang. Ramen broths tend to be heavy and oily, but what if you are watching your eating habits or want to have something light? This is where Kanshoku's ramen shines. ...
  • Tendon Ginza Itsuki: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 20, 2015

    Great food served in generous portions and affordable prices

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    Fried dishes are usually a crowd pleaser at restaurants, great for sharing. Although more often than not I like having the entire dish to myself. Which is why I was pretty pleased to know that I would be getting to eat authentic Japanese Tendon, or tempura rice bowl at Tendon Ginza Itsuki. ...
  • Udon Goen: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 18, 2015

    Affordable Authentic Japanese Food Right In Town

    Udon-Goen-noodles singapore Do not let the humble location of Udon Goen fool you - Even though the restaurant is situated in Food Republic at the top level of Wisma Atria, it's easy to simply dismiss it another stall in a foodcourt. All of their chefs hail directly from Japan - I could understand that much from the smattering of English we exchanged, which means that you are entitled to authentic, true-blue Japanese food when you choose to dine at Udon Goen. ...
  • HaHa Sushi: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 12, 2015

    “Lobster lovers rejoice!”

    Haha Sushi entrance The more time we spend away from home I think, the more we miss home-cooked food. Nothing like tucking in to a good bowl of healthy, comforting whatever, which you know is sure to be great, because it is cooked by your mother. Especially in Asian culture, mothers have always been seen as caretakers of the family, and thus we associate home-cooked fare to them. ...
  • Tburu: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 28, 2015

    “Simple, clean space and flavours”

    Tburu orchard gateway emerald singapore Tburu is located at Orchard Gateway Emerald, and to get to the restaurant you have to cross over via the bridge at level three from Orchard Gateway, walk through Crate & Barrel to find the lift, then take it to level five. It takes some effort to look for the restaurant, which is well worth when you reach Tburu. ...
  • Hanamidori: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: July 28, 2015

    “Wholesome and tasty food”

    Hanamidori singapore restaurant New kid on the block Hanamidori has just opened, and is now part of the cluster of Japanese restaurants located at level four of Plaza Singapura. Hanamidori specialises in hotpot, but what sets it apart from other similar joints is its mostly chicken menu. Originating from Hakata in Kyushu, Japan, this Mizutaki (a type of hotpot) consists of chicken cooked in soup, with vegetables and rice added after for a wholesome and filling meal. ...
  • FUKU Fine Fugu Kaiseki: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 16, 2015

    "A taste of puffer fish outside of Japan"

    On the top my “Countries to go to” list is Japan - land of sushi, cherry blossoms and countless shrines. But what else? Of course, one thing we cannot miss out is Fugu, or the puffer fish. It is believed that the Japanese were the first to consume this poisonous creature, with evidence found in the form of bones hidden in shell mounds which date back to more than 2,000 years ago. ...
  • Kinsa Sushi: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 3, 2015

    "Premium imports from Japan"

    Kinsa Sushi Logo hillv2 If you are looking to indulge in some premium Japanese food that would not leave you scrimping on a budget at the end of the month, then Kinsa Sushi will be the ideal place to eat at. The restaurant has put a new spin on the 'Kaiten' (Conveyor Belt) concept in Singapore by featuring Singapore very first 'levitating' sushi belt. ...
  • 16 Best Japanese Buffets in Singapore For Your Sashimi Fix

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Singaporeans love Japanese food, and we also love buffets. Why not get the best of both worlds and combine them for a list of the best Japanese buffets in Singapore? We all love to indulge ...
  • Haramiya: Singapore Japanese Buffet Review

    Last Updated: May 20, 2015

    "Japanese BBQ Hotpot Buffet"

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    Sitting at a quiet corner in The Central, Clark Quay, Haramiya still manages to draw in a crowd from its wafting aroma of grilled delicacies. Although touted as a Japanese buffet, Haramiya carried elements of Korean cuisine into the mix as well, including kimchi, toppoki (spicy rice cakes) and sweet potato fries (*raves internally). ...
  • Shin Minori: Japanese Buffet Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: June 1, 2015

    "Great hidden away Japanese buffet"

    shin minori jap buffet-3164 Often packed to the brim, Shin Minori's constant stream of customers is further testimony of their value-for-money Japanese Buffet. Tucked away in a corner up in UE Square, this restaurant proves to be quite the hidden gem. ...
  • Kuishin Bo: Singapore Japanese Buffet Restaurant

    Last Updated: May 21, 2015

    "Snow Crab Buffet"

    kuishin bo japanese buffet singapore Presenting a wide variety and range of quality Japanese cuisine, Kuishin Bo is a great choice for hearty meal of authentic Japanese food at a fraction of a price of its original value. ...
  • Shabu Sai: Japanese Buffet Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: May 21, 2015

    "Shabu Shabu in the East"

    As per its 6 outlets dotted all around Singapore, Shabu Sai has proven its favour and value amongst many Singaporeans alike. shabui sai eastpoint Testing out our virgin experience at Shabu Sai at the Eastpoint outlet, it still saw a steady stream of customers, even in a pretty secluded mall. ...
  • Burning Oak: Singapore Yakitori Review

    Last Updated: April 29, 2015

    "Rustic Yakitori"

    burning oak bedok singapore Bedok would never expect a hawker joint to give off such a slightly rustic yet modern charm as per Burning Oak did. Newly settled into the just-renovated Simpang Bedok food centre, Burning Oak definitely does not exude the same vibe as you would expect from a hawker stall, but instead, more of a takeaway bistro joint. Or that hipster Japanese-American outlet you always wanted to try. ...
  • IKYU : Suntory Whisky and Food Pairing Set Review

    Last Updated: April 14, 2015

    “French Portions with Japanese Refinement"

    IKYU suntory whisky food pairing I must admit that I haven't noticed the existence of IKYU prior to this tasting as I only drop by the area for coffee in the hipster Tiong Bahru neighbourhood, known for its retro cafes or the occasional brunch. Some of you might be like me, who have walked or drove by a few times, and haven't ventured into IKYU restaurant yet.  I'm glad to discover this fine gem of a Japanese restaurant (as well as a big car park with ample parking nearby) that I normally wouldn't share with except my closest friends. ...
  • 12 Best Ramen Shops in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Ramen - The ultimate Japanese comfort food which Singaporeans know and love. This is our take on the best ramen shops in Singapore. A piping hot bowl of curly yellow noodles in a thick umami ...
  • Ginzawa: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: March 25, 2015

    "Must-try Authentic Japanese Cuisine"

    The folks over at Sushi Kuu recently underwent a massive rebranding to bring to you a new and improved menu, put together by their new chef too. Ginzawa offers amazing, authentic Japanese cuisine, meticulously prepared by head chef Donny Tan, with over 35 years of experience in Japanese cuisine. ginzawa japanese dining singapore ...
  • Sakura International Buffet (Yio Chu Kang): Singapore Review

    Last Updated: February 26, 2015

    “A star reborn in the North"

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    The Suki Group has just launched and revamped Sakura International Buffet at Yio Chu Kang Stadium - aimed at bringing food aficionado for a gourmet tour around-the-world (more than 100 varieties from 7 countries to be exact!).  Before we go into the yummy details, it was an impressive media invite event held on the 22nd January 2015 with a lion dance opening and tossing yu sheng for good luck at this new reopening! ...
  • Ramen Champion: Singapore Ramen Review

    Last Updated: February 5, 2015

    "Ramen Lovers' Heaven"

    ramen champion 2015-1 I'm pretty sure all of the ramen lovers' out there would have already heard of Ramen Champion and if you haven't, you might want to schedule a lunch or dinner date there soon. Ramen champion is located at the hip and trendy Bugis+ and operates on a cash-less system - you'll be given a card upon entry - everything you've ordered will be charged to the card and payment is upon exit. ...
  • Mikawa: Singapore Japanese Omakase Review

    Last Updated: January 25, 2015

    "A Hidden Gem"

    Mikawa japanese restaurant singapore sake bar Lately many Japanese restaurants in Singapore seem to have jumped on the Omakase (お任せ) bandwagon offering their patrons an additional dining option over the regular menu. Having sampled quite a number of them — Teppei included where we surprisingly managed to get seats — I would say it’s a very competitive market with everyone offering an impressive array of dishes which will definitely not disappoint. ...
  • Sushi Jin 仁: Singapore Japanese Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 22, 2015

    "Reasonable Japanese Cuisine With Great Ambience"

    Sushi Jin singapore farrer park japanese

    Les Amis Group has just opened a new eatery – Sushi Jin. Marketing itself as a Japanese joint, which offers a six star premium dining experience, but at a very reasonable four-star price tag. Seems and sounds too good to be true to me these days especially with my background in the airline industry – some airlines market premium economy as business class at economy prices – but I digress. We'll find out soon enough. ...
  • Koji Sushi Bar: Singapore Japanese Omakase Review

    Last Updated: January 4, 2015

    "Incredible Pants Stretching Japanese Omakase"

    koji sushi bar china square-1 Omakase (お任せ) seems to be the rage these days in Singapore with countless establishments offering them – prices can vary from $60 to a couple of hundreds. Omakase means “I will leave it to you” in Japanese. Essentially entrusting the chef to decide the tasting menu based on the freshest ingredients on hand and creating a memorable dining experience for the customer. Think of it as a degustation menu, just without the menu and Japanese style (So be wary when you get offered an Omakase menu at a chain restaurant in Singapore. It’s a trap!). ...
  • Momiji: Singapore Japanese Buffet Review

    Last Updated: May 21, 2015

    "A hidden gem, right under the nose of the Taxman"

    Momiji Revenue House Entrance

    We Singaporeans love everything Japanese - particularly the food and service - particularly when it's a Japanese buffet that we don't have enough of.  We just uncovered a gem in Novena that have both good food and service - right under the nose of the 'Taxman' at Revenue House. It's definitely a plus to be working in Revenue House or around the area, with such an affordable and value-for-money restaurant. ...