The discovery of gourmet meals under the Keisuke group seemed to be an ongoing mission, as past experiences had brought about hits and misses. So how would I rate Ginza Tendon Itsuki?

Fortunately, I stepped into the restaurant at around 6.20pm, and the dinner crowd had not filled the restaurant yet. The bar seats were quite nice, as I could watch the chefs prepare the Tempura and plate the Tendons. Every serving of their Special Tendon (S$13.90) came with a mini Chawanmushi which contained a small prawn too, a bowl of Miso soup and a Tendon with 2 pieces of Ebi, 2 pieces of sliced chicken, long beans, pumpkin, baby corn, Shiitake mushroom and a sous vide egg yolk battered and fried.

On the whole, the flavours were delicate as the sauce was relatively light. At this price, the set dinner was actually considerably comprehensive and satiating. Although the batter was not fried till crispy and crunchy (my Ebi Tempura turned limp rather quickly), generally everything else was on point. And I must say their warm greetings and friendliness translated to a pretty good service delivery too.