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391A Orchard Road
#B2-01-01 Takashimaya Food Hall
Singapore 238873

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Perfectly grilled salted perch, juicy and chunky meat, and very easy to debone. This meal is 100% worth the long queue! Love the portion given, and the soft and moist rice in the set! Hot tea is provided as well.

Value-for-money set. Fresh fish, salad, rice, soup, and refillable genmaicha. Will definitely come again!

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Ginhirasu Saikyo-Yaki Set

Don't enjoy... the over-cooked fish was dry, and also not very fresh, quite fishy.

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I paid $51.10 for this table-ful of food for two persons. Easy to see why this eatery is my go-to whenever I feel like having grilled fish, right?
Because it is always large, fleshy and has an appetising smokiness and lightly salty taste, the Shima Hokke (dried mackerel) tends to be my usual pick for fish. It is served beautifully grilled, with a salad, rice, miso soup, pickles and an appetiser. Japanese tea is complimentary too if I am not mistaken.
As substantial and thoughtfully balanced as the set meal is, I rarely stop at it, preferring to add on whatever else catches my eye at the ordering station. They always have random types of fresh produce on display in the chiller (I saw plump oysters and huge prawns today) as well as other popular Japanese items. In the above spread, you should be able to make out the grilled Eringi (King Oyster Mushroom, $3.50), cups of Chawanmushi in mushroom and crab flavours and the Natto (fermented soya beans) I had to get as part of our meal.

Fresh and good! The piece looks seemingly small but the portion was just right! Value for money!

Tucked in the basement of Takashimaya is Nakajima Suisan, a Japanese grilled fish shop which sells the freshest seafood. If you’re feeling basic, you can get the Saba fish set ($9). If you’ve gotten your bonus, you can get order the same fish set as me 😂

This has a total belly score of 4/5!

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