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A traditional fine dining Japanese restaurant serving set lunch and seasonal kaiseki course dinners. If you prefer something more casual you can feast at our Teppanyaki or Sushi Counters. Tucked away in an idyllic rooftop Japanese garden on level 4, an intricate stone garden, calming koi pond and cascading waterfalls welcome guests to the rich culinary experience that awaits. For more formal business meetings book our 2 private dining rooms which will be sure to impress your guests with dedicated service.

7 Raffles Boulevard
Level 4 Pan Pacific Singapore
Singapore 039595

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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Rather average sushi. Nothing to complain about for otoro and uni.

Pretty good especially the juicy scallop. Pork was ordinary. Liked the garlic chip that came together with the pork.

The 3 jumbo prawns are huge and fresh. Loves the bite

Spring is short, but Keyaki's Spring Menu is even shorter. Two weeks after its launch, Circuit Breaker was announced and the menu had to be suspended.
But they're reopening soon. As we wonder what menu they'll serve be, I'm thinking of sharing with you the Spring Menu I had at Keyaki, for a glimpse into what we can expect for the Summer Kaiseki. It's a delicious and elegant dinner that I would like to share about. πŸ”Έ
Pictured: tomezara, which is soy miso marinated Australian wagyu grilled and wrapped in a leaf.

Can't wait to share with you my dinner last Saturday at Keyaki, Pan Pacific Singapore, which has just started serving their Spring Kaiseki Menu. There's a Haru Kaiseki at $180++ and a Sakura Kaiseki at $200++.
Exclusive to the Sakura Menu is the Hassun, which represents the current season in a kaiseki meal. All these little but exquisite dishes were Keyaki's Executive Chef Shin's elaborate expression of spring, including:
* Takenoko (bamboo shoot) with Japanese pepper leaf;
* Deep-fried minced crab (those little colorful balls);
* Boiled broad beans;
* Grilled hamaguri clam with sour plum jelly fish;
* Soy sauce hotaru-ika; and
* Grilled mebaru (rockfish).
I think this dish alone is the reason why I prefer the Sakura Kaiseki ($200++) over the Haru Kaiseki ($180++). But there were some really good dishes in the Haru Kaiseki as well. I'll share that soon.

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It is actually a dessert, Ruby Roman Grape Jelly, taken when Pan Pacific brought in delicacies from the region of Hokuriku. That was one gastronomic journey, quite literally, as @siewyan49 and I had premium produce from Toyama, Ishikawa, to Fukui, which borders the Sea of Japan. This menu is over as it lasted only for a very short time, but I hope there'll be more of such theme dinners at Keyaki in future!
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