190 Middle Road
#01-05 Fortune Centre
Singapore 188979

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06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm


06:00pm - 10:30pm

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The last time I went to Nobuya was years ago and was pleasantly surprised to see that they have expanded, full house and no more strict must- drink alcohol rules.

And the food is still just as good, if not better! The braised beef stew was very flavourful and fragrant, with an intense beefy taste. I can eat a whole bowl of rice just with this! Absolutely recommended.

I also tried the steamed eggplant - something I normally wouldn't eat, but wanted to see how they make it. And it was a refreshing twist to eggplant dishes.

This experience at Nobuya is wonderful and would definitely drop by again.

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Didn't manage to take all the food because we were busy eating. Reviews on google mentioned that drinks are required. Would totally recommend the umeshu soda ($10++). There were also many of the dishes that were great. Sashimi mori ($38++), miyazaki tataki (18++) - shown in picture, cha soba ($10++), braised chicken innards (can't remember the name) and tori karaage ($8++) that were exceptional to me. Ordered a lot of alcohol and food so the bill turned out 🤑 but once in a while, good food is needed. No regrets!

A quaint hole in the wall at Fortune Center that serves small Japanese eats like an izakaya. To eat here, the Japanese boss says you MUST drink. So for non drinkers like me maybe prepare to drink something like the Umeshu soda, which is mild in comparison to other drinks. The sake our table ordered were quite pleasant and smooth to drink though!

We ordered the tori karaage, steamed Asari clams in sake, fish cakes, raw oysters in ponzu and braised pork with root vegetables. Our favourite was the oysters - it was fresh and the sauce was refreshingly sour. The rest were slightly above average but nothing special.

Comforting and flavourful bowl that comes with a spoon of fresh wasabi. We always mix everything in to get the full flavour. They also offer their ocha-zuke in plum and salmon flavours. Haven’t got to try the plum one but their salmon tastes a lot lighter. This mentai one is our favourite among the two!


Another new item for us - wasabi preserved whelk shell. There was a hint of aftertaste here that I wasn’t really a fan of. Would say to skip this and get others like the Shiokara ($5)!


One of the new dishes we tried this time round! Pretty worth as it came with 5 plump pieces of oysters, all of which were creamy and fresh. The batter was very crunchy but not at all greasy. These paired well with the accompanying sourish sweet sauce.