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Keyaki

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~$100/pax
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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Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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

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

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

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

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

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

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It's the last few days to enjoy Keyaki’s Hokuriku special menu, as it is available only till 25 December. Besides delicacies from the region of Hokuriku in north-western Honshu (Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui which borders the Sea of Japan) renowned for its fresh and premium seafood, rice and sake, not to be missed are these traditional Japanese confectioneries. Each of these intricate works of art are meticulously handcrafted by skilled patisserie, and you know the standards that the Japanese expects of themselves.
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Besides the wagashi confectioneries, other delicacies in the menu include the snow crab, sweet shrimp, and buri.
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Please refer to my IG posts on 28 Nov, 1 Dec and 12 Dec for the details for other courses served in the menu, as well as my IG story highlights - Keyaki Hokuriku.
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[Tasting] #keyaki #panpacific #kaiseki #foodphotography #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #sgjapfood #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #singaporefood #f52grams #hungrygowhere #foodgasm #vscofood #sgig #yummy #eeeeeats #singapore #japanesefood #和食 #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #夜ごはん #omakase #wagashi

Keyaki has put the spotlight on the region of Hokuriku in north-western Honshu. The Hokuriku menu will therefore consists of delicacies from the three prefectures that make up the Hokuriku region (Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui which borders the Sea of Japan) renowned for its fresh and premium seafood, rice and sake.
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Pictured is one of Hokuriku's speciality - the snow crab. This was grilled with crab miso, so alongside the natural sweetness of the crab, you get strong umami creaminess from the crab miso as well.
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This dish is included in the Yukitsuri Menu ($190++/pax), available till 25 Dec. Other dishes in this menu consists of -
1. Zensai - White Shrimp with Seaweed Soy Sauce; Deep-fried Echizen Noodles wrapped with Prawn Simmered; and Deep-fried Tofu with Kaga Vegetables
2. Sashimi - Toro and Buri (first photo);
3. Yakimono - Grilled Snow Crab with Crab Miso and Kaga Vegetables
4. Agemono - Deep-fried Aori Ika Squid wrapped with Seaweed (second photo);
5. Tomezara - Buri Shabu Shabu (third and fourth photo);
6. Shokuji - Himi Udon Noodles mixed with Sweet Shrimp Oil (fifth photo);
7. Dessert - Ruby Roman Grape Jelly (sixth photo);
8. Sweets - Wagashi, which is traditional Japanese Confectioneries, and Kaga-bocha (seventh photo).
Dishes may vary slightly depending on seasonality of ingredients.
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Please refer to my IG story highlights - Keyaki Hokuriku - for all courses served in both menus.
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[Tasting] #keyaki #panpacific #kaiseki #foodphotography #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #sgjapfood #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #singaporefood #f52grams #hungrygowhere #foodgasm #vscofood #sgig #yummy #eeeeeats #singapore #japanesefood #和食 #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #夜ごはん #omakase #snowcrab

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I just went for an exquisite eight-course dinner at Keyaki @panpacificsingapore, where Executive Chef Shinichi Nakatake showcases cuisine from the region of Hokuriku, located in north western Honshu. It's famous for fresh and premium seafood, which features prominently in the Hokuriku specials offered.
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The Yukitsuri Menu ($190++/pax), available till 25 Dec, consists of -
1. Zensai - White Shrimp with Seaweed Soy Sauce; Deep-fried Echizen Noodles wrapped with Prawn Simmered; and Deep-fried Tofu with Kaga Vegetables
2. Sashimi - Toro and Buri (first photo);
3. Yakimono - Grilled Snow Crab with Crab Miso and Kaga Vegetables
4. Agemono - Deep-fried Aori Ika Squid wrapped with Seaweed (second photo);
5. Tomezara - Buri Shabu Shabu (third and fourth photo);
6. Shokuji - Himi Udon Noodles mixed with Sweet Shrimp Oil (fifth photo);
7. Dessert - Ruby Roman Grape Jelly (sixth photo);
8. Sweets - Wagashi, which is traditional Japanese Confectioneries, and Kaga-bocha (seventh photo).
Dishes may vary slightly depending on seasonality of ingredients.
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Please refer to my IG story highlights - Keyaki Hokuriku - for all courses served in both menus.
🔸🔸🔸
[Tasting] #keyaki #panpacific #kaiseki #foodphotography #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #sgjapfood #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #singaporefood #f52grams #hungrygowhere #foodgasm #vscofood #sgig #yummy #eeeeeats #singapore #japanesefood #和食 #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #夜ごはん #omakase #sashimi

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Teppanyaki Beef Fried Rice - $13
Gyuniku Hotatemaki - $35
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Perfectly grilled scallops wrapped in thinly sliced US beef is so tender so shiok, just give me a bowl of white rice and I’m good! The teppanyaki beef fried rice is rather fragrant with the wok hei taste. I also love their Teppanyaki Broccoli ($13), which have a buttery taste, only if it was double the portion I would be double satisfied. Pampering fine dinning at Keyaki
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Keyaki
Pan Pacific Singapore
@panpacificsingapore

And even though I did not settle for a set dinner or some sort of an Omakase, the food items that I chose for this meal were largely things that I enjoyed having, for instance the Garlic Fried Rice (S$9.00), the Gyuniku Hotatemaki (S$35.00) and the Tempura Moriawase (S$33.00). In fact, the Broccoli Teppanyaki (S$13.00) surprised me with its rich buttery taste above that crisp and crunch.

But one day if I decide to come in again, I should be getting myself a place at the Teppanyaki section of the restaurant, because it is always fun to watch the chef in action and catch a whiff of the fragrance (and grease) from all those cooking.

On the whole, the prices listed on the menu was not near the “affordable” category, but I chose to believe the occasional spending here would be worth the splurge.

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Inaniwa udon has been my favorite udon since I first had them 3 years ago. It's getting popular and more commonly found in many Japanese restaurants now, but I heard that Keyaki at Pan Pacific was the first (or at least one of the first) to serve inaniwa udon many years back.
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I liked that the inaniwa udon because it's smooth and springy, and came with a really nice al dente bite to it. At Keyaki, you have a choice of having it cold or hot. Pictured is the cold version.

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