Japanese Food In Singapore

Japanese Food In Singapore

Featuring Koh Grill & Sushi Bar, Rakki Bowl, Umi Nami, Kogane Yama (Bugis Junction), Teppanyaki Hamburg Nihonbashi Keisuke Bettei, Bincho at Hua Bee, Okinawan Diner Nirai-Kanai, Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke, Tamoya Udon (Plaza Singapura), AFURI (Funan)
Colin Tan
Colin Tan

Tsukune Don is a giant piece of chicken meat ball with raw egg and rice. Very delicious (like atas toriQ). Lunch set comes with appetizer, 3 pieces of sashimi, chicken broth soup (tastes like biji nabei collagen broth) and dessert (don't get the mochi it was abit disappointing)

Great delicious Jap-fusion bowls (from top left):
Grilled chicken on mashed potatoes, pulled pork linguine, waygu beef rice bowl. Ingredients are very fresh and well mixed together with the sauces. Very unami and tasty! Portions are reasonable for its price too ($13-16). Available on http://fatbowls.oddle.me

Very cheesy black curry, haven't tried this kind of curry before. Slightly spicy and the cheese wishes that it was served in a hotplate. Pretty tasty with the hamburg underneath!

However, this is one of those places where the prices are inflated that if you don't use Burpple beyond, it's not worth it. For the price, I would expect some side dish or miso soup at least.

Pretty unassuming but tasty Okinawan food! The menu is confusing but go for the grilled soft pork bone, melts in your mouth! Plus this pancake dessert with Hokkaido milk cream is the bombz!

Nice and quiet but very hard to find as it's deep inside the jap food area of suntec. This is a branch of the famous okonomiyaki chain in Osaka. Tastes really good like Japan! Cabbage and noodles together with loads of sauce.

Value for money Curry Udon and beef udon with choose your own tempura!

Clear and refreshing yuzu ramen! Tastes very healthy too cos no msg.

Broth is tasty but abit too salty. Noodles are thin but I think they mixed up our softness. Worth trying but may not return.

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Get large, it's very worth it! The seasoning is sweet and delicious. The beef is just nice, tender and chewable.

Salmon lightly torched with sinful mayo sauce. Makes everything sweet and delicious! Very worth it with 1 for 1!

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