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Situated in the busy Duxton Hill enclave, Rizu is Introducing an authentic modern Japanese dining concept, Japanese Head Chef brings traditional native hospitality into an elevated setting. His extensive experience working in renowned Michelin-starred restaurants has cultivated his craft precision and passion for contemporary Japanese cuisine. An evident trait in RIZU’s native menu that showcases three thoughtfully curated omakase meals and a unique à la carte menu with fresh live lobster sashimi, a selection of vibrant rolls, sushi and mouth-watering mains including the wagyu beef steak. Alongside a meal to suit your every occasion, RIZU also has a wide collection of sake offerings, craft beer, as well as a premium wine and champagne list. The urban enclave seats up to 38 guests, with a relaxing al-fresco space, intimate indoor surrounding and counter side seats – RIZU is ideal for social gatherings, celebrations and entertaining.


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This eggy rice bowl came quite late in the course meal, and unfortunately to a fast-filling belly. The beef doused in yolk was excellent, thinly sliced yet thick in flavour. Truffle slices added a nice touch, though the aroma did feel a little underwhelming.


A pretty sizeable slab of foie gras, nicely cooked to have all of its fatty goodness melt in your mouth. To cut through the richness, have it with the dollops of plum and that crunchy biscotti.


Loved this one for how clean the flavours are. Sweet pear with slightly ever so zesty gelee and creamy vanilla ice cream. Perfect if you prefer a mild dessert to pair with subtler Japanese flavours.


While this is a stunning dish, and the sashimi sufficiently fresh and beautifully cut, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the very delicate live lobster and the slightly rigid abalone. Would recommend going for the simpler and more flavourful cuts instead!


Crisp, sugary meringue with a dollop of cream, chunky sweet mango and zesty passion fruit. There’s a lot happening in this deceptively simple dessert, and refreshingly so! A nice, clean way to cleanse the palate after the multi-course meal.


Fresh, skillfully put together cuts with just the right amount of rice. Especially enjoyed the subtle hamachi and earthier unagi with a sweet soy finish.