Nanjya Monjya Waterfront

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~$45/pax
Nanjya Monjya Waterfront Japanese Restaurant is beautifully situated along the Singapore at the Waterfront Plaza, beside Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel. Our restaurant specializes in Okonomiyaki, Monjyayaki and Teppanyaki. We also have a wide array of other dishes, as well as daily special menus.

390A Havelock Road
#01-03/04/05 Waterfront Plaza
Singapore 169664

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Tuesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Monday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Served on a hot plate, the squid was served hot and beautifully seared. Unfortunately the dish tasted very fishy, which was too much for me.

This was new. Unlike the usual modenyaki and okonomiyaki, monjyayaki is something uncommon to our local market. And this dish is as pretty as it can get — it’s served as a wet, flat sizzling mess.

Taste-wise was very lackluster to me. The charred ends were amazing, but the wet mixture fell short of expectations. It was underwhelming, almost like eating an undercooked pancake.

Beef pizza — other than the pork belly w egg noodles okonomiyaki, we got the beef pizza as well. The chef very thoughtfully grilled the beef separately before topping it on the mix to ensure that the meat does not get overdone.

After what seems like forever, (it smells sooo good) the wait rendered a crisp top and cooked center. The medley of ingredients complemented each other so much. This was my fav!

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What an experience!

This place came as an alternative when we found out that Seiwaa was closed on Sundays — popped by this restaurant to celebrate my mum’s birthday with something different from the usual menu at home.

We ordered the pork belly with egg noodles “pizza”. If you like (or have no experience), do ask the service staff to help you. There were no instructions provided and my family wasn’t too adventurous then, so we got the kitchen staff to cook for us.

This was my mum’s favorite, but it was a little mushy for my liking due to the noodles inside.

The key to having a great okonomiyaki here is to be patient. For our first okonomiyaki, we kept hurrying the staff to flip and kept asking if it was ready, so it turned out less crispy than expected. The popular one is the one with buta. The appetizers were quite amazing too, loved the potato salad😍😍, the mentaiko tofu and crispy burdock. Left with a smoky head but happy belly.

First for me to see this cooked right at a teppanyaki style hot slab right in the middle of my table. It's still not as good as what I had in Osaka but a good experience nonetheless.

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