Teppei Japanese Restaurant

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*Chirashi cake has to be ordered one day in advance

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#01-18 Orchid Hotel
Singapore 078867

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11:45am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:45am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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Teppei’s Omakase dinner has been on my wish list for years and I finally had the chance to visit the restaurant recently. Each dish in the 18-course Omakase dinner ($100 per pax) is fresh, delicately crafted and absolutely delicious.

It’s hard to pick a favourite, but here are some dishes that left a lasting impression:
▪️Minced Tuna Maki with Sea Grapes, Pickled Radish, Flying Fish Roe and Salmon Roe
▪️Snow Crab Don
▪️Button Mushroom Tempura stuffed with Fish Paste and Sakura Shrimps
▪️A5 Wagyu Steak with 15-Layer Potato Pave
▪️Sea Bream Sashimi with Orange Dressing
▪️Firefly Squid in Olive Oil
▪️Scallop with Kombu
▪️Crab Porridge with Uni

Although the portion is small, each dish is a burst of freshness, flavours and umami, and the entire course is so satisfying. For an Omakase dinner of such top quality, the price point is very reasonable and value-for-money. The ambience of the single-counter restaurant is cosy and intimate, and the friendly chefs make the effort to introduce each dish as there is no fixed menu.

Out of all the Omakase courses I have tried locally, Teppei is hands down the best Omakase experience I have had so far.

Pictured: foie gras macaron. This was by far the most exciting omakase ever with the chefs literally spoon feeding u several dishes (crab porridge with miso uni, scallop with abalone gut) and turning off all the lights to sing happy birthday midway through dinner (complete with rainbow wigs). Was a fun experience that left me stuffed with amazing food and memories 😊

What an amazing experience! That chawanmushi in the middle is crazily delicious! It has this gooey yummy layer on top of the steam egg. Mmhmm. Highly recommended everyone to visit at least once a lifetime. 2 hours of dining just flew past without knowing. Left with a happy and full tummy.

Do note that everyone is required to put on a face shield provided by them throughout your entire reservation. It did spoil the eating experience as you have to carefully maneuver the spoon or cup under the shield and to your mouth.

Had the luxury of trying this out due to a treat from a very generous friend.

When Teppei provides free lunch cluster delivery service to my hood, of course place order
Delivery slot was between 11.30am to 1.30pm.
Received order just after 1pm. Not bad considering it was pouring heavily when the order arrived.

Crab with Mentaiko Mayo Kaisendon (S$19.80+)
Served with soyu and freshly grated wasabi packed separately. Can’t really taste mentaiko.

Man Man Unagi Bento (S$34+)
Most expensive yet smallest in package. Sauce packed separately. Wish there’s freshly grated wasabi too.

Teriyaki Chicken & King Prawn Bento (S$18+)
Looked most attractive.

Chicken Katsu Curry Udon (S$14+) ..
The udon fared the worst ‘cos the noodles was lumped together.

Website 🌐 : https://www.food2gether.com/teppei/
Note 📝 : There’s a 4% booking fee

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Was super excited to place our orders when we saw that Teppei is doing free delivery runs to various neighbourhoods on different days! There are no additional delivery charges nor minimum orders required, except a small variable booking fee - ours was $1.68 for 3 bowls. Each delivery slot lasts about 2 hours, with lunch between 11.30am to 1.30pm and dinner between 5.30pm to 7.30pm. The exact timing depends on their final delivery route.

The sashimi came fresh and in generous chunks with fresh wasabi on the side. Though the marinate seemed a little more sweet and vinegary compared to Teppei Syokudo’s, it was still a satisfying lunch. More details up on Teppei’s Facebook page!