Nicely handled unagi hitsumabushi with a bed of shredded omelette and freshly grated wasabi.. we also ordered the truffle Chawamushi from Sushi Kou that went pretty well with this.

Exclusive set of the Clarke Quay outlet. Serving of foie gras was generous. Thick slab of the fatty goodness that was a little charred on the ends. The wakame soup comes with yuzu that helped to negate the greasiness of the foie gras and add a touch of lightness. Lovely!

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Ordered large hitsumabushi set but the serving is way way smaller than before compared to my old photo. No more fresh wasabi for a long while which was a shame. Broth was different- the other set with foie gras came with yuzu for a more refreshing note instead. Service was good still and speedier relatively to last time round but the unagi lacked of the old charred edge somehow. Not much of the oomph factor this time round.

Though it’s a stone throw’s from my place, have not been to this hidden cove along Middle Road for eons. The roasted cauliflower with aloumi was totally delish and addictive. The eggplant hummus with the bread bag complementing the complex layering of flavours of the chilli and sweet onions. The swordfish kebab was a tad on the dry side for our palate - would be better either more charred ends or Ahi-style. We had a bottle red but the cocktails looked interesting. Nice company, nice food~

One of the oldest teppanyaki place here and the teppanyaki lobster was impressionable and totally delish with garlic butter infused with the lobster roe. The doneness was perfect.

The sashimi was decent as hor d’oeuvres with otoro of a good thickness. Salmon was a tad on the drier side. The wagyu in medium rare was alright but no sparks. The garlic rice was savory but was served as the last dish with miso soup just before the dessert, which was a shame as we only had a few mouthfuls.

The service was pretty dampening and lacking with majority being student servers and the serving was pretty rush with dishes piling at our table. Point to note: they close at 9:30pm.

One of the oldest teppanyaki place here and the teppanyaki lobster was impressionable and totally delish with garlic butter infused with the lobster roe. The doneness was perfect.

The sashimi was decent as hor d’oeuvres with otoro of a good thickness. Salmon was a tad on the drier side. The wagyu in medium rare was alright but no sparks. The garlic rice was savory but was served as the last dish with miso soup just before the dessert, which was a shame as we only had a few mouthfuls.

The service was pretty dampening and lacking with majority being student servers and the serving was pretty rush with dishes piling at our table. Point to note: they close at 9:30pm.

One of the oldest teppanyaki place here and the teppanyaki lobster was impressionable and totally delish with garlic butter infused with the lobster roe. The doneness was perfect.

The sashimi was decent as hor d’oeuvres with otoro of a good thickness. Salmon was a tad on the drier side. The wagyu in medium rare was alright but no sparks. The garlic rice was savory but was served as the last dish with miso soup just before the dessert, which was a shame as we only had a few mouthfuls.

The service was pretty dampening and lacking with majority being student servers and the serving was pretty rush with dishes piling at our table. Point to note: they close at 9:30pm.

One of the oldest teppanyaki place here and the teppanyaki lobster was impressionable and totally delish with garlic butter infused with the lobster roe. The doneness was perfect.

The sashimi was decent as hor d’oeuvres with otoro of a good thickness. Salmon was a tad on the drier side. The wagyu in medium rare was alright but no sparks. The garlic rice was savory but was served as the last dish with miso soup just before the dessert, which was a shame as we only had a few mouthfuls.

The service was pretty dampening and lacking with majority being student servers and the serving was pretty rush with dishes piling at our table. Point to note: they close at 9:30pm.

One of the oldest teppanyaki place here and the teppanyaki lobster was impressionable and totally delish with garlic butter infused with the lobster roe. The doneness was perfect.

The sashimi was decent as hor d’oeuvres with otoro of a good thickness. Salmon was a tad on the drier side. The wagyu in medium rare was alright but no sparks. The garlic rice was savory but was served as the last dish with miso soup just before the dessert, which was a shame as we only had a few mouthfuls.

The service was pretty dampening and lacking with majority being student servers and the serving was pretty rush with dishes piling at our table. Point to note: they close at 9:30pm.

Jasmine rice submerged in rich savoury seafood soup with egg floss to amplify the strong lobster notes, perfected with roasted rice puff and spring onions. The rice was the star. The lobster was just a side. Don’t get me wrong - the lobster was fresh and sweet but the rice was simply heavenly comforting and fulfilling that I’d gladly shared some of the lobster to my friend.

Im huge on octopus leg - like the tangy thai-like sauce with lightly seared cherry tomatoes. The cheese platter was really good with honeycomb and sundried raisins done in house on vine. Would like to try more of their food soon.

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Always feel pampered here as I don’t have to crack my brains on what to order - they will ask and curate something for you. The beef was consistently awesome and the fish on nan was so well-fried with crispiness on the outside and juiciness in the inside with no oiliness.