Japanese Restaurants In Singapore

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Post by Global Citizen » Sat, 06 May 2006 6:47 pm

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Post by HIGHinSIN » Fri, 19 May 2006 11:28 pm

Anyone has any idea if Okonomiyakis are available here in Singapore? :)

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Post by Dianthus » Sun, 21 May 2006 12:39 am

Try Nanja Monja at Waterfrong Plaza, next to Grand Copthorne Hotel. They specialise okonomiyaki and monja yaki. You can cook yourself too.

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Post by jpatokal » Sun, 21 May 2006 9:29 pm

OK folks, here's the hot Japanese cuisine tip of the day: Sushi Kikuzawa, #02-13 International Bldg, 360 Orchard Rd. It's a tiny operation with ~10 bar seats and one back room, run by Kikuzawa-san himself, and the concept is simple: pay a flat fee, ask him to make anything, and stuff yourself until silly. $30/40 for lunch/dinner on weekdays, $40/50 on weekends (Fri-Sun). Open noon-3 PM, 6-10 PM every day.

And yes, they really do have everything, the sushi menu runs to >10 pages and includes lots of air-freighted goodies from Japan (ootoro, uni, hotate, etc). Only quibble is that the fish/rice ratio is a little stingy, and they throw in "free" miso soup, oden, chawanmushi etc to fill you up faster!
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Post by HIGHinSIN » Sat, 27 May 2006 4:37 pm

Arigato, Dianthus! :D

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Japanese Restaurants

Post by Sentosa » Thu, 08 Jun 2006 12:17 am

I'd like to suggest Akira Restaurant on Emerald Hill. It's a nice out of the way Japanese Restaurant that has an all-you-can-eat, order from the menu (including sashimi) for s$30 per person. It's good and the price is right.

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