Tag Archives: Japanese Casual Dining

[SG EATS] FLIPPER’S – The Original ‘Kiseki’ Pancake Chain from Japan Is Now in Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City

FLIPPER’S finally made its debut with a flagship store at Takashimaya SHopping Centre on 6 November. The flagship store took over the previous d’Good Cafe location if you are wondering where is the actual store location. This famous souffle pancake is originated in Tokyo in 2014 and marks its international presence in New York, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Seoul. The unique artisanal souffle pancakes are so delicate that they are served with two forks, which is part of the signature FLIPPER’S experience. Continue reading [SG EATS] FLIPPER’S – The Original ‘Kiseki’ Pancake Chain from Japan Is Now in Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City

[SG EATS] Kanada-Ya – London’s Leading Ramen Chain That Is Voted No. 1 by The Telegraph Second Outlet At Change Alley Mall, Singapore

Kanadaya is London’s leading ramen chain that is voted No. 1 by The Telegraph first flagship outlet at Paya Lebar Quarter Mall (PLQ). And starting from 15th October, their second outlet at Change Alley Mall opens for the public. The outlet is accessible via Raffles Place MRT Station. This 68 seater outlet will be having opening special. Enjoy 100% Unlimited Cash Rebate on your first meal with no minimum spend, no cap and no strings attached. Continue reading [SG EATS] Kanada-Ya – London’s Leading Ramen Chain That Is Voted No. 1 by The Telegraph Second Outlet At Change Alley Mall, Singapore

[SG EATS] Jinjo At Shaw Centre Orchard- Modern Sumiyaki Restaurant by Les Amis Group

Jinjo located at Level 2 of Shaw Centre Orchard is a modern sumiyaki restaurant by Les Amis Group. The restaurant specialises Japanese charcoal-grilling dishes and their prime seasonal ingredients are sourced from all over Japan. The details of the restaurant are available on their official website. I was searching for affordable Japanese lunch places and saw the lunch sets available here. Thus, my friend and I decided to try here. Continue reading [SG EATS] Jinjo At Shaw Centre Orchard- Modern Sumiyaki Restaurant by Les Amis Group

[SG EATS] Dashi Master Marusaya at Robertson Quay Launches Affordable Lunch Sets

Dashi Master Marusaya located at Robertson Quay is a Japanese restaurant under Mariusaya group that specializes in traditional Dashi Shabu. They are under the same family as MAI 舞 by Dashi Master Marusaya(closed now). The 90-seater restaurant with three private rooms has been around in Singapore for almost 6 years and this is my first time here. I visited the restaurant during lunch time to check out their new affordably priced lunch sets. Continue reading [SG EATS] Dashi Master Marusaya at Robertson Quay Launches Affordable Lunch Sets

[SG EATS] Shiokoji Tonkatsu Keisuke At Paya Lebar Square- Tonkatsu Restaurant With Free-Flow Salad Bar

Shiokoji Tonkatsu Keisuke is the latest concept by Keisuke Group. This new tonkatsu restaurant will open to public from 13 November 2019 onwards at Paya Lebar Square. The 23-seater restaurant focuses on classic tonkatsu that are marinated in shio koji. Shio koji (塩麹, 塩糀) is a natural seasoning used to marinate, tenderize, and enhance the umami, or richness (one of the five basic tastes) in foods. It’s made of just a few simple ingredients: salt, water, and rice koji (Info from google). Rice koji is said to help boost the immune system and improve digestion. Other concept restaurant under Keisuke Group which is within the vicinity area is the Charcoal Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke for your consideration too. Continue reading [SG EATS] Shiokoji Tonkatsu Keisuke At Paya Lebar Square- Tonkatsu Restaurant With Free-Flow Salad Bar

[SG EATS] Amazing Hokkaido At Robertson Quay- Overflowing Ikura (Salmon Roe) Rice Bowl And Fresh Produce Flown From Hokkaido

Amazing Hokkaido located at Robertson Quay is the latest addition around the area. The restaurant serves fresh produce flown in daily from Hokkaido, Japan. Now you know where to satisfy your Japanese cuisine cravings if you are in the vicinity. The restaurant caters 100-seater with colourful fabric and posters of Hokkaido all around. Continue reading [SG EATS] Amazing Hokkaido At Robertson Quay- Overflowing Ikura (Salmon Roe) Rice Bowl And Fresh Produce Flown From Hokkaido

[JAPAN EATS] Tamejiro – Soba Restaurant at Tokyo Station | Japan

During my Tokyo trip last year, I passed by Tokyo Station almost everyday. Tokyo Station is one of the largest stations in Japan and there are many retail shops and restaurant to explore. It is the hub for the Shinkansen. So be sure to spare some time to explore the station when you are there in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] Tamejiro – Soba Restaurant at Tokyo Station | Japan

[SG EATS] Charcoal Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke- Value Set Meal with FREE Flow Salad from S$9.90++

Keisuke Group’s 19th outlet will be officially opening on 1st April 2019 at Paya Lebar Square. The latest food concept offers sumiyaki (charcoal-grilled) in which food items are slow grilled over hot charcoal. And they use bincho-tan imported from Japan, which is known for its natural purification and neutralises the harmful acid that may occur during cooking. Continue reading [SG EATS] Charcoal Grill & Salad Bar Keisuke- Value Set Meal with FREE Flow Salad from S$9.90++

[TAIWAN EATS] Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 – The Famous Unagi Restaurant In Taipei (Not Worth Queuing)

I am back to Taipei, Taiwan on the last week of December 2018 for a short gateway and visited Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 for dinner. Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 is known for its famous unagi don or unadon in Taipei. The restaurant is established over 50 years ago by a Taiwanese-Japanese family. We were there around 4.20pm and started to queue for early dinner. We were 2nd in line and the restaurant is open for dinner at 5pm. So, yeah! We queued for 40 minutes for this. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Fei Qian Wu 肥前屋 – The Famous Unagi Restaurant In Taipei (Not Worth Queuing)

[JAPAN EATS] Nihonbashi Tamai日本橋 玉ゐ- Hakomeshi Experience in Tokyo

We made our way to Pokemon Café at Nihonbashi for our lunch but it was fully reserved. In fact, the whole month of December is fully booked. So, if you are heading there, please make your reservation to avoid any disappointment. So, we saw this old Showa building that caught our attention. It was lunch time and we saw people queuing for it and so we decided to give this place a try. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] Nihonbashi Tamai日本橋 玉ゐ- Hakomeshi Experience in Tokyo