Keyaki

68 Wishlisted
~$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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Reviews

From the Burpple community

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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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I mentioned about the Ohmi beef which was included in this menu (IG post dated 27 May 2018), and this follows up with all other courses I've had that evening.
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The courses in this $180 Hoshi Menu includes (swipe for all pics):
* Amuse bouche
* Japanese salad
* Choice of sashimi or tempura
* Wagyu beef sirloin
* Seafood - prawn, scallop, salmon and white fish (cover pic)
* Sautéed vegetables
* Fried rice
* Miso soup
* Desserts
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Of which, I liked that the seafood plate in the cover pic had a lovely char scent to it, while retaining the sweet seafood juices. The tempura too, it had a light batter (not too hard nor oily), but if you want something lighter you could choose sashimi (ala carte sashimi pictured in last few photos for reference).
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Taken during a Burpple Eatup.

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Our Teppanyaki prix fixe set came with a range of salad, sashimi/tempura, teppanyaki seafood, wagyu beef, sautéed vegetables, fried rice, miso soup, pickles and dessert (we had Japanese musk melon and a mad sweet Thai mango!) While the other components were pretty decent at its price point, the star of the whole meal for me was this fresh chunky lobster (kindly swapped from beef) - smoky, buttery and sweet, loved the pairing of this with their ponzu sauce and the super addictive chopped spring onions with garlic!

Thank you @panpacificsingapore for having us and @burpple for the invite! 🙆🏻‍♀️

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You know I've eaten at quite a number of Japanese establishments, and have tried many good beef from different Japanese prefectures. Yet I found this to be one of the best grilled wagyu I've had.
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These cubes fried to medium rare had only a very thin layer of crisp to it, and beyond that was bursts of clean, sweet, and flavorful wagyu juices. And I was lucky to have the prized Ohmi that evening. But beyond the grade and origin of the beef, I felt it was the expert grill of the chef that made all the difference. Reason is, I've had good grades of Kobe beef in Japan, but possibly under the wrong hands, so those tasted nothing close to this.
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The courses in this $180 Hoshi Menu includes:
* Amuse bouche
* Japanese salad
* Choice of sashimi or tempura
* Wagyu beef sirloin (pictured)
* Seafood (prawn scallop, salmon and white fish)
* Sautéed vegetables
* Fried rice
* Miso soup
* Desserts
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I'll share with you in another post photos of all the other dishes I've had in this menu. I just wanted to tell you about this beef first cos it should be given dedicated attention.
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Alternatively, you can order 150g of this beef as ala carte for $120++. What's given in the teppanyaki set (and pictured) is 80g.
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Taken during a Burpple Eatup

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