59 Duxton Road
Singapore 089523

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Tuesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
06:00pm - 12:00am

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My kind of chawanmushi, creamy, smooth with luxurious uni (sea urchin) garnish. The chawanmushi is well mixed with uni. When placed in the mouth, it is filled with creamy uni taste that melts, leaving a good, lingering aftertaste in my tastebud.
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Read on foodgem.sg/food/fusion/monte-risaia
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Where to dine?
Monte Risaia
59 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089523

The best part of our 4-course Omakase dinner was two spoonfuls of Japanese food on an apetisers dish that also includes mediocre ham and an extraordinarily bland piece of fish. The food is decent, but there is absolutely no innovation and there’s no wow dish. The signature uni custard is much less scrumptious than the delightful uni pudding at Lolla. That said, it is a steal at $98++ (plus an extra $20 if you want wagyu, but you don’t have to, as it ain’t great!) Friendly service. Chef Taizō Yamada may be a Yamaha, but not yet a Steinway. Risaia is still a Bukit waiting to become a Monte.

The best part of our 4-course Omakase dinner was two spoonfuls of Japanese food on an apetisers dish that also includes mediocre ham and an extraordinarily bland piece of fish. The food is decent, but there is absolutely no innovation and there’s no wow dish. The signature uni custard is much less scrumptious than the delightful uni pudding at Lolla. That said, it is a steal at $98++ (plus an extra $20 if you want wagyu, but you don’t have to, as it ain’t great!) Friendly service. Chef Taizō Yamada may be a Yamaha, but not yet a Steinway. Risaia is still a Bukit waiting to become a Monte.

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The best part of our 4-course Omakase dinner was two spoonfuls of Japanese food on an apetisers dish that also includes mediocre ham and an extraordinarily bland piece of fish. The food is decent, but there is absolutely no innovation and there’s no wow dish. The signature uni custard is much less scrumptious than the delightful uni pudding at Lolla. That said, it is a steal at $98++ (plus an extra $20 if you want wagyu, but you don’t have to, as it ain’t great!) Friendly service. Chef Taizō Yamada may be a Yamaha, but not yet a Steinway. Risaia is still a Bukit waiting to become a Monte.

The best part of our 4-course Omakase dinner was two spoonfuls of Japanese food on an apetisers dish that also includes mediocre ham and an extraordinarily bland piece of fish. The food is decent, but there is absolutely no innovation and there’s no wow dish. The signature uni custard is much less scrumptious than the delightful uni pudding at Lolla. That said, it is a steal at $98++ (plus an extra $20 if you want wagyu, but you don’t have to, as it ain’t great!) Friendly service. Chef Taizō Yamada may be a Yamaha, but not yet a Steinway. Risaia is still a Bukit waiting to become a Monte.

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The best part of our 4-course Omakase dinner was two spoonfuls of Japanese food on an apetisers dish that also includes mediocre ham and an extraordinarily bland piece of fish. The food is decent, but there is absolutely no innovation and there’s no wow dish. The signature uni custard is much less scrumptious than the delightful uni pudding at Lolla. That said, it is a steal at $98++ (plus an extra $20 if you want wagyu, but you don’t have to, as it ain’t great!) Friendly service. Chef Taizō Yamada may be a Yamaha, but not a Steinway. Risaia is still a Bukit waiting to become a Monte.

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