Tag Archives: Singapore Japanese Foods

[SG EATS] Menbaka Kyoto Fire Ramen Opens In Cineleisure Orchard Singapore

Another new ramen place to tick off your check list in Orchard Singapore. Menbaka Fire Ramen from Kyoto is opening its first overseas outlet in Singapore on 24 November at 3:40pm onwards. There will be 1-1 Promotion going on from 27 to 29 November. The brand is the inventor of Kyoto’s famous fire ramen and with only one outlet in Japan, this also makes Singapore its second outlet in the world. The brand was opened in 1984 by ramen master Masamichi Miyazawa and it has remained as Japan’s Number One Fire Ramen. Continue reading [SG EATS] Menbaka Kyoto Fire Ramen Opens In Cineleisure Orchard Singapore

[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] Niku King At Paya Lebar Square- Ramen Keisuke ‘s First Joint Ramen Concept

Niku Soba Keisuke is the 8th ramen concept and 12th outlet by Ramen Keisuke Group. Mark your calendar as the restaurant is opening on 21 September 2020.This is their first joint ramen concept, alongside the adjacent Tonkotsu King ( Paya Lebar). The restaurant caters 49-seater venue (comprising Niku King’s 25 seats and Tonkotsu King’s 24 seats). Continue reading [SG EATS] Niku King At Paya Lebar Square- Ramen Keisuke ‘s First Joint Ramen Concept

[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] Black Cow @ South Beach Avenue Singapore

Black Cow located at South Beach Avenue Singapore is one of the beef heaven place to go for beef lovers apart from Fat Cow. The restaurant is a modern Japanese Shabu Shabu, Sukiyaki & Sake Bar that introduces Kanto-style Sukyaki. The restaurant has limited seats and I would suggest you to make reservation before heading down. It is just a walk away from Esplanade MRT Station. Continue reading [SG EATS] Black Cow @ South Beach Avenue Singapore

[SG EATS] Monte Risaia at Duxton Road – Japanese-Italian Omakase Restaurant by Marusaya Co. Ltd

Monte Risaia located at Duxton Road is a Japanese-Italian Omakase restaurant by Marusaya Co. Ltd. The company manages restaurants like Dashi Master Marusaya, MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya and TEN sushi. The restaurant has two private dining areas that can seat up to 4 people and also limited counter seats. We were seated at the counter where we can witness Executive Chef Taizo Yamada and his culinary team in action. Chef Taizo Yamada started his career as a kitchen helper in an Italian restaurant in Tokyo and has more than 15 years of experience. Continue reading [SG EATS] Monte Risaia at Duxton Road – Japanese-Italian Omakase Restaurant by Marusaya Co. Ltd

[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] Sushiro Singapore @Tiong Bahru Plaza- Japan’s Largest Kaiten Sushi Chain

Sushiro, Japan’s largest kaiten sushi chain has opened its very first outlet in Singapore at Tiong Bahru Plaza on 19 August 2019. Sushiro serves over 149 million customers at its outlet in Japan a year and has been generating the highest revenue in Japan’s kaiten sushi industry for eight consecutive years from 2011 to 2018. Continue reading [SG EATS] Sushiro Singapore @Tiong Bahru Plaza- Japan’s Largest Kaiten Sushi Chain

[SG EATS] Koji Sushi Bar At Raffles City Shopping Centre

My sisters and I celebrated my birthday at Koji Sushi Bar a week ago. Koji Sushi Bar has taken over the space of Cedele at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Their first outlet is at Pickering Street. It was our first time here and my sisters have difficulties location the restaurant. Reason being is that the restaurant is located at a quiet corner near to Szechuan Court and Mikuni. Continue reading [SG EATS] Koji Sushi Bar At Raffles City Shopping Centre

[SG EATS] Menya Kokoro At Suntec City Mall – Maze-Soba Restaurant Chain from Japan

Menya Kokoro, the largest authentic Maze-Soba restaurant chain from Japan opens its first ever outlet in Singapore. The popular chain has opened 27 outlets around the world ( Japan, Indonesia, Spain, Thailand and Vancouver) in just 4 years! Amazing!

The founder, Chef Takuma Ishikawa, who has 13 years of culinary experience is trained under the original masters and creators of Maze-Soba- Menya Hanabi (the restaurant known for inventing Maze-Soba and introducing to the world). Continue reading [SG EATS] Menya Kokoro At Suntec City Mall – Maze-Soba Restaurant Chain from Japan