Recommended lists for Japanese

Recommended lists of Best Japanese Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Japanese, Dinner with Drinks 15 Best Izakayas in Singapore As izakayas continue to spring up all over Singapore, we’ve realized that this might just be one of the most fun forms of dining — if you’ve yet to try, you really should. These casual, lively Japanese watering holes are meant for groups of friends to wind down over bite-sized goodies and beers after work. You can keep going for hours, ordering small bites and more drinks as your worries slip away. We've sussed out the best izakayas — from crispy chicken tails in Orchard to rosti mentai in the CBD and buta kakuni in Tanjong Pagar — start saving these places to your Wishlist!
Burpple Guides, Japanese 13 Best Places for Chirashi in Singapore If you're fishing for a good chirashi, here's our haul of the oiishiest in town! It doesn't matter if you like yours topped with flame-torched seafood, thick sashimi cuts or plump marinated cubes of fish, we've got you covered ranging from value-for-money bowls to splurge-worthy extravaganza!
Sushi, Burpple Guides, Japanese Best Sushi in Singapore Sushi is an art that takes years to perfect. The best sushi is definitely worth paying for, but if you don't have the funds to travel to Japan and get the best sushi, fret not. Featured are places that give you a bang for your buck, depending on how much you are willing to spend ;)
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Latest Reviews for Japanese

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Japanese

Well, mine did from how beautiful this looked and that Chef Akane-san brought the hanami to me. Sakura milk pudding with preserved Sakura flowers, white and red Japanese strawberries and Japanese grapefruit, this dessert course was amazing, simply amazing! Chef Akane-san, thanks for this delightful sweet treat. The milk pudding was so good that I cherished every mouthful, wishing it won’t end.

I love how the pickles add an extra crunch. So oishii. Chef Kimura-san, どうもありがとうございました for this amazing Omakase. Truly, truly it’s my best sushi Omakase meal! Every course was a high. Thank you!

Menu was limited, but taste, alright. Some dispute with MBS points. Could go when there are discounts

Placed on the crispiest special nori, it’s one of my fav bites

Did you know that miso soup is often served after a meal to help in digestion? This was delicious!

Totally unbecoming in a sushiya where diners dine in a zen like mode. However, when we all dug into our rice bowls, we were so silent that we got Chef Kimura-san worried. He actually asked me, “Is it ok?” It took me a good five seconds to reply very softly, “yes, it’s so good that I am speechless!” Chef Kimura-san is a gem. He always ensures that his guests have a really good time and truly enjoy their meal. Each meal here is a memorable dining experience due to his affable nature and his willingness to educate me on the finer points of sushi.

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The influence of the dishes originates from Osaka, and menu inspired by the four seasons of Japan, using ingredients at the peak of their flavours. .
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Watch the video to see the exquisite Japanese food brought to life by Chef Taro Takayama.
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For more details, head over to: bit.ly/dfdtakayama
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Check out the latest seasonal menu at: http://takayama.com.sg

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