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As the world grapples with the COVID-19 virus, travel is now out of the question (if you are still planning to, DON’T! It is not worth the risk to yourself, your loved ones and everyone in your community). So since a trip to Japan is not about to happen anytime soon, a meal at @sgtakayama can help satisfy that craving for Kappo-style cuisine should you have one.
Set in the heart of Singapore, the restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Taro who use to be the Master Chef at the residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Singapore. I am a big fan of his food; specifically his Omakase Menus. The 8-course Seasonal Lunch ($130/150++ depending on your choice of main) was what I had most recently. It comprises of a fantastically delicious parade of dishes that included Hokkaido scallop sashimi covered in turnip and Szechuan peppercorn leaf, crunchy Katsu of steamed Japanese abalone and asparagus with “green pea soup”, a series of fresh sashimi accompanied by Chef Taro’s creative housemade condiments, an airy-light Monaka wafer filled with foie gras, Japanese bayberry and pickled watermelon rind, a palate-cleansing sea salt ice-cream with Oscetra caviar and sakura flower dashi stock sauce, and finally, grilled A5 Wagyu (shown above) with Japanese onions and local micro herbs served with a bowl of fish and Japanese lotus root rice. The dessert was Japanese pomelo and strawberry from Kumamoto.
For an even more indulgent feast, I recommend the Monthly Omakase Dinner ($280++). Seasonal ingredients feature in both menus and are prepared in a variety of ways that run the gamut from raw to different ways of cooking. What I also love about dining at this elegant restaurant is the peaceful ambience it offers, whether you choose to sit at the counter or in one of their two private rooms.

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Ambiance lacking a little but Location is good. Service is good. Food is well thought, touch of finesse and good fusion of ingredients. Playing well done too. Came here with a family of 16 for a Sat dinner! Check up their set online! Prices are reasonable also.

Must tries:

Sides: Mushroom (the best). Potato gratin.

Cauliflower. Toast with Parma ham?? So good.

Mains: Rib eye. Octopus (the best!!!). Angel hair pasta with truffle and kombu (really good). Wagyu chuck.

Dessert: Apple pie wasnt too bad!

Ambiance lacking a little but location is good. Service is good. Food is well thought, touch of finesse and good fusion of ingredients. Playing well done too. Came here with a family of 16 for a Sat dinner! Check up their set online! Prices are reasonable also.

Must tries:

Sides: Mushroom (the best). Potato gratin.

Cauliflower. Toast with Parma ham?? So good.

Mains: Rib eye. Octopus (the best!!!). Angel hair pasta with truffle and kombu (really good). Wagyu chuck.

Dessert: Apple pie wasnt too bad!

$18 for the unagi don. The unagi is very nicely done! However, the rice needs to be improved. The whole dish would be better if they used Japanese rice.

Japanese soup curry is a rather interesting dish. It is curry-based yet light rather than thick and creamy. Soup curry originated from Sapporo and it is widely accepted that a Sapporo restaurant owner created this dish, inspired by Soto Ayam, a dish I think most of us would be familiar with.

The broth is meat-based with strong tasting spices and herbs for flavouring. It is served with thick chunks of vegetables and usually a chicken leg.

I didn't particularly like Sama's soup curry which was rather bland compared to what I had in Sapporo during winter a couple of years ago. If you prefer lighter and milder flavours, this may be perfect for you.

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Satisfying bowl. Citrus tuna and salmon were good and in satisfying portions. No ambiance. Good for a quick meal post workout or during lunch. Burpple 1 for 1 was great! $12.90 for 1 bowls.

Super worth
Chicken rice , laksa , drink , dessert or salad

Classic laksa with all the fixings, portion is also very generous!

Soy chicken with all the healthy toppings, add their signature sauce and then shake. The end result is a yummy bowl of chicken with veggie and rice. Healthy and tastes good!

They have a new izakaya menu for dinner! Addicted to their sweet potato fries. Their salmon teriyaki don was perfectly charred too and drenched with a thick and yummy sauce. Not bad but their protein bowls r so good I still prefer those for dinner #competitiveadvantage 🙊

Well grilled with all that glaze and hints of charred flavor. Served with crunchy bite sized cucumbers and pickled daikon