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Mizuki is a repose of good taste, subtle elegant lines and Japanese cuisine of the highest order.

391 Orchard Road
#05-32 Ngee Ann City
Singapore 238872

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11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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This is one of the best tempura restaurants in Singapore, although I've yet to try Tenshin at Regent Singapore, which is said to be the best.
You don't see me eating tendon very often, if at all for the past year. I've tried both Tendon Ginza Itsuki and Tendon Kohaku a few times, but I'm not a big fan of how oily and salty they can get.
The tempura that I like would have have light, thin, airy batter that's crispy but not oily. I prefer no sauce drenched over them, but instead like it to be served with some salt on the side. Mizuki serves this type of tempura which I like.
Between the $80 lunch set and $100 lunch set, go for the $100. Because for $20 more, not only do you get 11 pieces of tempura instead of 9, you'll get slightly better ingredients for the first 9 pieces too. Besides a seasonal appetizer, salad, 7 seafood and 4 vegetables tempura, you'll also be served a yummy kakiage with rice and miso soup, and a dessert.
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Chef Angus explained he was using a different cut on the hotate to change the ε£ζ„Ÿ / textures and tastes on the tongue. It worked for me. Their $80 lunch sushi set (including 10 pieces of nigiri sushi) is excellent value. Not to mention the very lovely decor (which apparently cos a tidy sum) and differs from the sparse and clean lines found in the more traditional sushiyas in town. If you have a celebratory occasion, let them know in advance, and they might prep something for you!

Uni wrapped with seaweed, coated with their own blend of tempura batter. When you fancy an explosion of uni πŸ˜‹

Never knew there was such a thing as abalone tempura but then again, therein lies the beauty of dining at a high-end tempura restaurant, isn’t it?
Anything edible of excellent quality dipped by an experienced tempura chef in that perfect formula of a batter, then deepfried for the appropriate length of time in the best oil will likely result in something exquisitely delicious.


comes with a tofu, chawamushi,handroll and dessert $48 is before gst! yum πŸ˜‹

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Prized in Kyushu and not as common in Kanto because being nocturnal, the fish is hard to catch and grows slowly. The best season for Kue is in winter when the Kyushu sumo tournament is held in November and sumo wrestlers enjoy it in a nabe hotpot 🍲

As sashimi, it had a good amount of fat and a nice springy texture. (Zoomed in and saw the layers of fatty muscle, ooooh~) a pleasant surprise and I enjoyed the rather complex flavour - more so than hirame or tai 🍣 #latergram #omakasesushi #sashimilover #burpple