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Limited sake options but the food was not too bad and you can see them grilling it fresh for you.

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the mix okonomiyki comes with pork, prawn and squid. best eaten when it’s hot!! it was rather thick and the veggies were crunchy

recommend the garlic fried rice as well! can feed 2-3 pax

reserve in advance if you prefer a seat where they cook it in front of you

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They provide Bonito Flakes as condiments at the side of your table, so you can add them as you like. Would recommend their mentaiko grilled squid which they generously topped with lots of mentaiko.

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seafood okonomiyaki with lots of shrimps and squid pieces!! would be nicer if there was more okonomiyaki sauce 😅

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Came with my friend for lunch and we ordered the Ox Tongue ($18). The chef first put a slab of butter onto the hot grill before grilling the ox tongue and seasoning with salt. It was tasty and went well with the squeeze of a lemon wedge.

We also ordered the Seafood Monja ($16) with additional cheese ($3) which consisted of squid and shrimp plus the usual Monja batter. I didn't watch how the chef prepared it as I was busy making takoyaki. I only saw the end product which looked like a gooey pancake. Taste wise it was good but lacked crunchiness. However near the end, the bottom of the Monja was crispy which helped elevate the dish.

We also got the DIY takoyaki. The staff set up a small table beside us and brought over the takoyaki equipment with the batter and ingredients. The staff explained to us how to cook the takoyaki step by step which was super helpful.

Overall food was not bad and staff were friendly.

Ordered the keyaki kaiseki, which consist of eight-course kaiseki. the sashimi is really fresh & all the food doesn’t disappoint!

The exterior of keyaki is really beautiful as well, the services from the staffs are really nice. However the waiting time for the food can be a lil long.

Ordered the keyaki kaiseki, which consist of eight-course kaiseki. the sashimi is really fresh & all the food doesn’t disappoint!

The exterior of keyaki is really beautiful as well, the services from the staffs are really nice. However the waiting time for the food can be a lil long.

The dinner course is their highlight - Tatsu has been around been before chjimes renovation😉it’s a hidden gem of its own, famous through word of mouth for their authentic classic teppanyaki at a decent price 👍 the salmon in foil was so soft that it melts into that rich eggy savory broth 🤤 beef-wise was kinda standard (wasn’t wow according to my partner) and garlic fried rice was deliciously fried with the taste of the charred ness from the flames 🔥

Got their omakase sashimi for one ($40) and tatsu dinner course ($68). The sashimi is so worth💯 thick cuts and of fresh quality (on par with omakase restaurant standards)👍 rather than sharing, i will totally get one for myself 💸 worth and so satisfying 😋(savoring the memory in my head) 💭

Of course, I can’t not have beef at a teppanyaki place. The succulent and juicy cubes of US beef were very enjoyable. Though not to the point of melt-in-your-mouth, the cut was sufficiently tender and tasted deliciously rich without that big, overwhelming beefy flavour. And if you want to elevate the meatiness, the dip on the side worked wonders. The crisp and thin garlic chips served on the plate were also really satisfying to munch on.

* Part of Kaze 風 set ($155)