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Re: Getting to eat 'proper food' again...

Postby JR8 » Mon, 20 Apr 2015 7:30 pm

Somehow the existence of this place crossed my radar, I think I was looking for quality JPnese food, that's not at the often $$$ prices you tend to find associated with it.

I wonder if anyone has tried it: 'Tanuki Raw', at Orchard Central. Granted it's JPnese fusion, or JPnese orientated, rather than 'pure classical JPnese cooking'.
A bloggers review: http://missneverfull.com/singapore-tanuki-raw/
Sounds like JPnese food with the twist of an American diner. Could be interesting?

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/singapore/ ... /13481300/

You can also see the menu from their website. For example click on the 'Lunch menu', (which does not highlight as you'd expect a link to). 'Truffle yakiniku don' at $14.80... sounds like quite a deal for those ingredients at that location :-k http://tanukibar.com/lunch/
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Re: Getting to eat 'proper food' again...

Postby Brah » Tue, 21 Apr 2015 7:42 pm

There is a relatively new, relatively reasonably-priced and authentic Japanese place in the Robinson Walk area, across from Da Mario Pizza (which is quite good).

The menu is a bit lacking but at least there are Japanese staff so the food is the real thing.
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