Sun with Moon (Wheelock Place)

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SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe, the epitome of Japanese savoir faire, is a combination of a dining concept and a cafe concept, represented respectively by the two elements of nature.

501 Orchard Road
#03-15 Wheelock Place
Singapore 238880

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12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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always a long queue, prices are slightly steeper. for its price you get what you expect.

It is quite small, so it’s good for sharing between 2, but we had a group of 4 so I had a small bite. I thought it was quite nice, my mom really liked it. The egg custard was silky smooth, with a broth that was tasty but light, and filled with ingredients like chicken, prawn, mushrooms, and ginkgo. The menu says it’s topped with mushroom and carrot ankake sauce so I guess that is what the broth is.

Flame-seared seafood mix of diced salmon, scallop, prawn, grilled eel, salmon roe and smelt roe served in metal pot with flavoured steamed rice. Set includes choice of 3 mini side dishes & miso soup.

A bit pricey for a regular lunch, but this was satisfying! The kamemeshi rice is tasty but not heavily seasoned, I liked the light flavour that wasn’t too salty or sweet. Seafood was quite fresh, had a nice bite and not overcooked. It was smaller than I expected, which is good bc it’s not too filling since there’s also sides. I was afraid it was going to be a big pot of rice so thankfully it wasn’t!

The sides were quite good too. I got the mix kaisen yamakake - raw salmon with grated yam (didn’t like the slimy yam); the salmon nanbanzuke tasted like onigiri salmon, a strangely familiar taste but the batter was soggy as it is soaked in vinegar; the pickled radish w herring roe was vvv nice, I liked the yuzu flavour and the refreshing tartness, the herring roe was v interesting kinda reminded me of sea grapes/tobiko??

Miso soup was normal, tasted like the same type as uya (which is different from normal Japanese casual restaurants like ichiban/sushi tei).

Overall while I don’t think there’s a big wow factor, somehow I still I really enjoyed my meal and would defo be back!

Priced at $41 after service charge and GST, the set above came with rice don, soup and drink. The Chawanmushi and Sashimi were added as ala carte orders. The pork slices were cooked to perfection, fresh sashimi and the Chawanmushi was not too salty! Very nice place for gatherings if budget can be stretched


Sweet glutinous rice filled with sweet read bean paste, wrapped in pickled Sakura leaf 🍃. Not too sweet and really enjoyable. Part of limited Spring menu. $6

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