Recently, the restaurant has launched the Omakase Set (Lunch $88/Dinner $128), an 8 to 10 course menu based on the chef’s daily selection and seasonal specialities that are air flown in from Japan. There is also a sake pairing of 3 glasses per pax from $24. Reservation of 3 days ahead for this omakase menu is required.

Our Omakase Set started off with an amuse-bouche of a waffle cone with spicy miso salmon and ebiko before an appetiser, presented in a martini glass, containing a medley of ingredients such as ume jelly, shirataki, kaki fry and ikura was served. It was then followed with the Mushimono course of chawanmushi with cod fish, lobster meat, crab meat and ikura. The chef has created a good rhythm of courses with varying temperatures and after the chawanmushi, we were presented with a sashimi plate before a trio of sushi in which the Wagyu beef with wasabi shoyu zuke being my favoured one.

The subsequent Yakimono course of A4 Miyazaki striploin showcased the restaurant’s quality beef cuts before ending the meal with the Osui Mono course of a hikari shinshu miso soup served with garlic fried rice. The dessert of a Kurashikku Hokkaido milk pudding was served as the curtain call.
✨ Tajimaya Yakiniku
📍 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Great World, B1-115, Singapore 237994
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