[CLOSED] HIFUMI Japanese Restaurant (Marina Square)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * HIFUMI’s name is a word play that reads “1, 2, Taste” in Japanese. This reflects Hifumi’s desire to celebrate the goodness of seasonal ingredients that are available in the 12 months of a year. With that in mind, Hifumi serves its signature all-you-can-eat appetiser bar featuring unique entrées made from each season’s harvest.

6 Raffles Boulevard
#02-106A Marina Square
Singapore 039594

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Wanted a nabe and can't go wrong. Unfortunately, the tonkotsu yuzu kosho soup was mediocre. I can't remember the last time I didn't finish a nabe's soup. Ingredients were also iffy. Thank god for the beef skewers, which were paired with sausage, Japanese leek and enoki mushrooms. They salvaged the dish.

This was promising but the reviews were right about one thing: the white rice beneath the omelette was too independent of the cream or the egg or the salmon, and crippled the dish. Fish was also the worst kind of salmon, although cream sauce is always welcome.

Two underrated dishes at the appetiser bar. The noodles weren't really udon and more like Hokkien mee or linguine. It was tasty. Meat was quite Chinese and I guess that's a good thing haha.

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From the appetiser bar. Eggplant was fantastically umami and how it should be treated. Sweet potato was kinda over-fried but the sweetness helped a lot. Potatoes weren't really seasoned so take them only if you love natural potatoes.

Such a waste this was only replenished at the end of my meal when I was stuffed. Simple but delicious rice. Given the ingredients, no wonder it tasted like chicken rice.

More Korean than Japanese imo. Belly was too thin to make a splash.