Tag Archives: Japanese Restaurants

[SG EATS] Wagyu Beef Omakase Experience At Wagyu Jin By Les Amis Group @ Shaw Centre

Wagyu Jin by Les Amis Group located at Shaw Centre is a prefecture-focused Wagyu omakase concept located right in the heart of Orchard Road. The restaurant is led by Executive Chef Makoto Saito and this exclusive restaurant boasts an assortment of A5 Wagyu beef dishes curated to be eaten with just a pair of chopsticks. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wagyu Beef Omakase Experience At Wagyu Jin By Les Amis Group @ Shaw Centre

[SG EATS] Ren Lounge At South Beach Avenue – Japanese Omakase Restaurant & Bar With Edo-Style Omakase Menu

Ren Lounge located at South Beach Avenue is a new Japanese Omakase restaurant in town. The restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Samuel Lau, who has 7 years of experience at Japanese restaurants and as sushi chef at Shinji by Kanesawa (St Regis). There is a separate lounge and private room for diners to chill and relax after a long day at work with a choice of bar bites. Also, check out the counter seats in the centre of the restaurant where diners can experience omakase dining with an open kitchen concept. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ren Lounge At South Beach Avenue – Japanese Omakase Restaurant & Bar With Edo-Style Omakase Menu

[SG EATS] Ichiban Boshi’s New Festive Menu Incorporates Quorn’s Meat From S$25.90 onwards

Ichiban Boshi is one of the contemporary Japanese restaurants under RE&S. The Japanese restaurant offers a wide selection of sushi, fresh sashimi and combination set meals. The outlets are located mostly in town areas as compared to the other outlet, Ichiban Sushi (located in neighbourhood areas). Continue reading [SG EATS] Ichiban Boshi’s New Festive Menu Incorporates Quorn’s Meat From S$25.90 onwards

[SG EATS] MAI 舞 by Dashi Master Marusaya – Japanese Fine Dining Restaurant Launches Signature Sushi & Dashi Omakase At S$88.00++

MAI 舞 by Dashi Master Marusaya located within a walking distance from Outram MRT Station is a fine Japanese dining restaurant at Bukit Pasoh Road. The company, Marusaya is a Katsuobushi purveyor which specialises in a 2-year-old mysterious ingredient and is widely used in Japanese cooking. Hence, naturally the restaurant uses premium Katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes) as key element in the menu including traditional Japanese produce and locally sourced ingredients to create the dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] MAI 舞 by Dashi Master Marusaya – Japanese Fine Dining Restaurant Launches Signature Sushi & Dashi Omakase At S$88.00++

[SG EATS] Yakiniku Like- A Speciality Fast Food Yakiniku Restaurant Starting From S$7.80 onwards At Paya Lebar Quarter

Yakiniku Like from Japan is a speciality fast food Yakiniku Restaurant opens its first outlet in Singapore. The restaurant is located at Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, accessible via Paya Lebar MRT Station. The speciality fast food restaurant from Japan has 30 branches in Asia and is brought in by Dining Innovation Group. It has a quick service concept that serves within three minutes upon submitting the order. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yakiniku Like- A Speciality Fast Food Yakiniku Restaurant Starting From S$7.80 onwards At Paya Lebar Quarter

[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

[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

[JAPAN EATS] Kakigori At Mamechawan [まめ茶わん] – Recommended Tokyo’s Shaved Ice Dessert

Apart from matcha desserts, Tokyo’s kakigori shaved ice desserts are recommended as well. We were looking for dessert place and came across this recommendation from online reviews. Mamechawan is recommended as one of Tokyo’s best kakigori shaved ice desserts. So, we decided to visit the restaurant on one of the days when we are exploring Tokyo. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] Kakigori At Mamechawan [まめ茶わん] – Recommended Tokyo’s Shaved Ice Dessert

[SG EATS] Teppan No Hoshi At Ramen Champion Bugis+

Ramen Champion Bugis + has another new addition outlet, Teppan No Hoshi. The brand offers a variety of Osaka classics such as okonomiyaki, modern yaki and yakisoba. Now you can enjoy okonomiyaki while having your ramen there. Continue reading [SG EATS] Teppan No Hoshi At Ramen Champion Bugis+