Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant (One Raffles Place)

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Kotobuki is well-known for its authentic Japanese cuisine which also a mastery on traditional Sashimi. A variety of Higawari set lunch and convenient bento take out or delivery are available. It also carries a unique collection of Sake and Shochu with a list of mouthwatering Otsumami; dish that goes along with alcoholic beverages. Kotobuki Japanese restaurants housed private dining set in traditional Japanese ambience. Elevating customer dining experience with Tatami setting.

1 Raffles Place
#04-48 One Raffles Place
Singapore 048616

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11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm


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This sashimi don was extremely fresh, with thick cuts of salmon, tuna, yellowtail, ika and prawn sashimi 🍣🍱
Definitely a great spot for lunch in the CBD!

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Kotobuki’s aburi salmon bakumori don is an actual dream. It’s a mountain of rice, layered with chunky cubes (!!) of salmon sashimi, slathered with mentaiko mayo, and aburi-ed to perfection! The portion was incredibly generous, especially since I was only expecting thin salmon slices. The bowl, although smaller than I had thought, was piled full, and this was definitely enough for two people, with another side dish we ordered.

I went to the tanjong pagar outlet, which has since very sadly closed down, but the experience was amazing. It looks a little dodgy from the outside, but the inside deco is charmingly Japanese and slightly dim. Also, I could see through a little crack in the counter how the chef assembled it, which was a real treat. The amazing charred salmon smell wafted towards us when he blowtorched the flesh and I told my bf there and then that we should get a blowtorch too to aburi all sashimi 🤣. Kotobuki is a really underrated place to me and should be frequented a lot more!


With a tinge of torched cheese flavour, this dish was a guilty pleasure. The potatoes at the bottom was a little dry, could have smashed it lightly and added abit less cheese and more butter and milk perhaps for more moisture. With the eatigo 50% off promotion, this was a steal at $5! For all you potato lovers out there with a budget, come and try this out!

8 pieces and with the eatigo promo, at 50% off, this was a steal for $6.50! Yummy! Decent makis, huge and coated generously with fish roes. I love avocados and this was awesome with the huge slices of avocado in it :)

The soup was abit bland, but with the eatigo promo, it was a steal at $7.50! Egg was not bad, and noodle was springy, could have put the seaweed separately to prevent it from being soggy.

Generous curry serving with carrots and potatoes, and decent serving of meat, nicely fried. Filling [~$16]. The fried octopus chunks with lemon is memorable too!