Tag Archive : Singapore Japanese Restaurants

[SG EATS] ENChanko Hotpot & Kamameshi – Singapore’s first chankonabe specialty restaurant serving hotpot, kamameshi & TikTok-viral udon

Introducing ENChanko Hotpot & Kamameshi, the newest venture from the EN Group. The restaurant showcases the cherished Japanese traditions of Chanko Hotpot and Kamameshi at Vivocity. It currently the only Chanko Hotpot specialty restaurant in Singapore. Read More

[SG EATS] Weekend Brunch at NOBU Singapore | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Nobu Singapore is known for fusion cuisine blending traditional Japanese dishes with Peruvian ingredients. Nobu is one of the most recognized Japanese restaurants in the world. The restaurant has finally open in Singapore last year and currently located on the third level of Four Seasons Hotel Singapore on Orchard Boulevard. Read More

[SG EATS] Omakase Experience at JIDAI Restaurant @ Circular Road

JIDAI Restaurant located at Circular Road is a French-Japanese restaurant that opened few months ago. Once you stepped into the restaurant, you can see the 招き猫 Maneki-Neko as an iconic figurine filled up the interior of the restaurant. The restaurant offers omakase-style, set lunch and a la carte menu currently. Diners can opt for 8-course omakase priced at S$88.00++ per pax or 10-course omakase priced at S$118.00++ per pax. Their omakase menu changes every 2 months and I am sharing the current 8-course omakase with French influences. Read More

[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. Read More

[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. Read More

[SG EATS] Sen-ryo – Affordable Japanese Restaurant in ION Orchard

Sen-ryo Singapore is brought in by Maxim’s Caterers, the HK-based F&B group that manage Genki Sushi chain here. The brand is established in Japan in 1999 and well-known for exceptional authentic Japanese cuisine that is masterfully crafted by a team of shokunin (artisan chefs) and uses only quality ingredients imported from Toyosu Fish Market and around the world. Read More

[SG EATS] Rockon Tokyo 六酣東京- Kyoto-style Homecooked Meals & Omakase in Tanjong Pagar

Rockon Tokyo六酣東京 located at Tanjong Pagar Road offers Japanese obanzai cuisine with a side of premium sake. The speciality Japanese restaurant’s name- Rockon is derived from the word Roku in Japanese, which means the number 6. The space only seats a maximum of 22 including counter seats where you can watch chef in action. The restaurant is helmed by head chef Sekiya Katsuyuki and in collaboration with famed sake sommelier Koki Miyoshi. Read More

[SG EATS] Syohachi Yakiniku- All-You-Can-Eat Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant with A5 Wagyu Offerings Till 1am Daily

Syohachi Yakiniku opened its first outlet in Singapore offering All-You-Can-Eat Japanese Yakiniku Buffet in the month of October 2020. The restaurant is located at Tanjong Pagar’s Guoco Tower and a short walking distance from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. You can find 3 different set menus depending on what sort of meats you prefer. Beef lovers can rejoice as you can feast till 1 am daily. Read More

[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. Read More

[SG EATS] Ginza Shinto – Japanese Omakase Restaurant At Mohamed Sultan Road

Ginza Shinto located at Mohamed Sultan Road is a newly opened Japanese omakase restaurant helmed by Chef Ron Newton Leo. Chef had over 30 years of sushi counter experience. The restaurant is housed within a conserved heritage shop houses in the neighbourhood of Robertson Quay. Read More