itadakimasu by PARCO

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The Taste of Authentic Japanese Food Relish a variety of delectable gourmet! ITADAKIMASU is a Japanese Food Paradise where you can enjoy specially curated Japanese cuisine at affordable prices. We are proud to bring you 7 popular Japanese restaurants from Japan, of which 3 made their debut in Singapore. ​ Enjoy healthy soba noodles and teishouku meals, mouth-watering tonkatsu and ramen, satisfying shabu-shabu and yaikiniku and fresh, delicious sushi.... all under one roof!

100 Tras Street
#03-10/15 and #03-K1 100AM
Singapore 079027

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Aburi and unagi were soft, portion given could be more.

Price inclusive of GST and Service Charge: $23.54

Decent portion of unagi and don.
Unagi is soft and tasty.

Price inclusive of GST and Service Charge: $35.31

Portion of fish could be more, they included different types of fish roe which I didn’t enjoy.

Salmon was of poor quality.

Too many pieces of tamago and pickles.

Price inclusive of GST and Service Charge: $35.31

Occupying the third floor of 100AM, Itadakimasu by Parco features seven different concepts — you can try one everyday for a week! These include known chains like Ramen Keisuke Tori King, Yakiniku Heijoen and Saboten, as well as new concepts brought in from Japan like Numazu Uogashizushi, Nadai Fujisoba Ni Hachi and Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin. For a quick lunch meal, pop by Nadai Fujisoba Ni Hachi and be blown away by their seriously delicious soba. We love the humble Kitsune Soba ($12) — freshly made soba noodles swimming in a light dashi and yuzu broth, topped with a large slice of tasty tofu and sprinkled with garnishes. It's comforting and easy to slurp up within minutes, perfect if you're rushing for time.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan


Their lunch sets are pretty value for money (with really fresh sashimi). In the foreground, their Mizore Don ($18) was sadly lacking in flavour. I would definitely recommend the Nigiri Sushi Set ($20) in the background for thicker longer slices of an assortment of sashimi.


Wah this tofu was SO GOOD. The broth made from dashi and yuzu, so light and yummy and I can't wait to come back to try the cold version of this. Must try!