Japanese

Japanese

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KK CF
KK CF

This restaurant has moved out of scarlet hotel into a mall along Beach Road.

Omakase doesn’t come with any cooked food. Menu is focused on raw, fresh seafood only. Place is small with counter seats only.

Sashimi on the sushi were thick and fresh. Especially love the generous uni overflowing onto my hand.

One of my favourite Japanese experiences. Guests are expected to remove their shoes upon entering this little eatery which seats around twenty.

There’s no menu and the dinner costs around $160 per head. There’s a lot of dishes like grilled crab legs, tempura, sashimi and Wagyu beef etc one will definitely be full from the meal.

Best soup flavour in Ippudo, pork broth blended with a sweet and spicy minced meat miso paste. However, it does get a tad salty when you’re halfway through it.

Every now and then you come across a restaurant that you really like and you struggled to leave a review - fearing that it gets even harder to get a reservation? Kyoten is one of such restaurants imo.

Their lunch Omakase is really worth it. Especially love their sushi. It comes with generous uni, chutoro and otoro sushi.

Every now and then you come across a restaurant that you really like and you struggled to leave a review - fearing that it gets even harder to get a reservation? Kyoten is one of such restaurants imo.

Their lunch Omakase is really worth it. Especially love their sushi. It comes with generous uni, chutoro and otoro sushi.

I ordered this with high expectations, as I’ve read plenty of good reviews. Unfortunately it is not one of the best ramen that I’ve had.

Current favourite is still Nantsuttei for a good tonkotsu ramen.

Everything was decent but there’s no wow factor. Not sure if I will be back again.

The food is nice, however the portion is small and there’s no cooked food in the $128 Omakase. We had to order an extra beef dish to share.

Manager there was super friendly. They have a booth seat for 4 at the side of the restaurant which is nicer than the other table available.

Other dishes from the dinner Omakase. What a treat.

Abalone was steamed to perfection in sake and with its liver sauce as a side dip. Luxurious.

These are the sushi courses from the dinner omakase. Oishi des!!!!

Incredibly hard to book yakitori joint. There’s only counter seats so not that conducive for bigger groups unless you book the entire place 😆 (didn’t really count but think there’s like 12 seats)

I like their oyako don, egg is done perfectly runny. Their chicken soup is a good order to start before their sticks of well grilled arrived.

Lunch Omakase consisting of the following:

Yuba and Uni
Fish cake with bamboo shoots and shiso
3 seasonal sashimi
- Ika with powdered sea salt flakes
- Aburi snapper
- Chutoro and otoro
Monaka, Foie gras ice cream with orange/crisp rice wafer
Palette cleanser of wasabi ice cream with tomato and cauliflower emulsion
Grilled fish with sweet potato and asparagus
(Added $30 for Wagyu beef instead)
Baked rice with sakura shrimps/miso soup
Japanese Strawberry with radish and ice cream
Sakura financier

It’s a relatively nice meal but I still prefer a sushi focused Omakase.

KK CF

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