Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant Restaurant

75 Amoy St, Singapore 069894

An Izakaya is a type of casual restaurant where people enjoy Japanese food and drinks. It is originated from sake shop that allows customer to sit in the premises to drink. At Kiyoshi, we are more focus on our food menu. We've taken

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Quality, tasty food at a reasonable price.
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A cosy, spacious and contemporary interior with a capacity of 80.
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Cozy & Casual Family-Friendly Restaurant

Le Binchotan Restaurant

115 Amoy Street, #01-04 Entrance via, Gemmill Ln, Singapore 069935

An intimate 35-seater off Gemmill Lane serving French-Japanese cuisine, sakes and artisan wines.

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Le Binchotan dances to a new groove now, the food (and confidence of Chef Jeremmy) has the power to reclaim slurs and change people's previous impressions, albeit one bite at a time.
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In fact, the food menu is very robust and I feel that the restaurant has found a stronger foothold after its recent rebrand as compared to its early opening days.
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Glad to be back to experience Le Binchotan again. May Chef Jeremmy keep those embers going strong.

The Flying Squirrel Restaurant

#01-02, 92 Amoy Street, Singapore 069911

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Ambience at the Flying Squirrel was nice and cozy.
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The raw fish was fresh and firm in texture, bouncing ever so gently upon teeth's clamp. We enjoyed our palatable lunch greatly and would be happy to return for more.

UoShin Zushi Restaurant

82 Amoy St, Singapore 069901

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Overall, I feel Uoshin Zushi straddles the middle-of-the-road when it comes to ambience, service, and food.
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All in all, Uoshin Zushi serves lovely affordable, thick slices of sashimi and very good aburi salmon sushi. Recommend the sashimi, fried salmon skin, potato salad, and not forgetting the garlic fried rice.

ChiChi Dining Restaurant

92 Amoy St, #01-01, Singapore 069911

CHICHI at Amoy Street is a modern Asian Japanese restaurant serving up plates that have been creatively tweaked with ingredients you wouldn’t normally expect.

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I preferred ChiChi Dining for its innovative flourishes and the strength of its highlights.
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Chichi House is a spot with quite a fair bit of potential, and it pretty much shows it what it has to offer; thoughtful dishes that are well-designed to hit the spot be it in terms of flavour or texture, and somewhere which we do have intentions of revisiting in the near future.

Yuki Onna Restaurant

3/4 Amoy Street 049947 Amoy St, Singapore 049947

A quaint izakaya dishing up Japanese-inspired comfort food in the heart of the CBD

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Overall, the bowl felt it needed more sauce of some kind – I reckon the CBD folks might have preferred something lighter and healthier, thus the decision.
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Yuki Onna at Far East Square does serve up quite a decent selection of donburis, and described itself as "a quaint izakaya dishing up Japanese-inspired comfort food in the heart of CBD",

Nearby

Me@OUE Restaurant

50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront, Singapore 049321

Rooftop restaurant sitting atop the OUE Bayfront, featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows and one of Singapore’s best rooftop lounge with sweeping views of the iconic Marina Bay.

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Desserts were pretty and definitely Instagram-worthy, but I’d say the stars of the evening were the savoury dishes.
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So take a seat, do some homework prior to that to prevent burning a larger-than-life hole in your pocket, knock back some gorgeous wines and enjoy a four course meal for an affable $98 - trust me, it's worth the call-out fee.
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One menu but diners can get to order from any of the three open-concept kitchens offering Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines. It is kind of a dream comes true when there is variety and something everyone, especially when dining in a group. Not to forget the stunning view over looking the marina bay.

Keyaki Restaurant

7 Raffles Blvd, Level 4 Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 039595

Keyaki is one of Singapore's top Japanese restaurants specialising in authentic Japanese cuisine.

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I loved the dessert, a lime sorbet crowned with a strawberry. Light and tart and an excellent palate cleanser.
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Keyaki restaurant nestled within Pan Pacific Singapore has recently revamped its Weekend Brunch, a Kaiseki-style concept presented in an okonomi fashion, where you can curate your own menu based on the various options under each course.

Ristorante Luka Restaurant

18 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088441

Contemporary Italian, Pizza & Wagyu Bar In Singapore.

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If you love napoletana style pizza, this is the place to go!
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We ordered their sotong. Pretty good chewy and tender sautéed squids that was served on a bed of squid ink cream and a spicy arrabiata-esque sauce.
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Overall, the Okinawa menu is worth a try for anyone keen to have a taste of Okinawa.

Hakumai Restaurant

#01-50A, 10 Anson Road, International Plaza, Singapore 079903

Hakumai Sushi & Omakase was established with a focus on offering premium quality Japanese cuisine at value prices. Located in the heart of the CBD (Tanjong Pagar) with a traditional Japanese eatery setting, our all-day bento sets - known for the generous servings of fresh ingredients - have consistently proved to be a winner among diners.

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Hakumai ticks the right boxes when it comes to affordability and balancing it with quality.
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I can never resist fresh Hotate sashimi with just a dab of that grated wasabi. Though the pricing here is also a little high as compared to Koh Grill & Sushi Bar.

IKYU Restaurant

5 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168643

At IKYU, we placed great emphasis on fresh seafood and ingredients, our seafood and seasonal fruits & vegetables are flown directly from Japan Tsukiji Fish Market two to three times a week. Our menu is inspired by the deep impressions and experience acquired by our Master Chef culinary stints in USA, Paris and Japan. Some of Chef's specialties combine the cooking techniques, flavours, and presentation influenced by these places that he lived and worked in.

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The service staff thoughtfully arranged for this course to be served last - a carby and filling one to say the least.
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The interior of IKYU Japanese restaurant was quite un-Japanese. It occupies a dark space with exposed pipes, bare light bulbs, distressed walls and basic furniture.

IPPUDO Restaurant

2 Bayfront Avenue, #B2-54/55, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972

Visit our 4 dine-in outlets and 3 express outlets islandwide for the authentic IPPUDO experience today!

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If you are feeling adventurous, try IPPUDO’s latest Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam Ramen ($25)
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We know, right? You’re missing out if you haven’t tried Ippudo’s ramen. Especially since they are at such affordable prices!

Saboten 勝博殿 Restaurant

9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-14 Millenia Walk, Singapore, 039596

Established in Japan in 1966, Saboten has flourished into one of the largest Tonkatsu chains with over 500 shops in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Canada.

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Saboten Millenia Walk is a good place for tonkatsu and it also has a collection of other dishes that are suitable for casual dining. The place is pleasant and comfortable, the service is helpful, friendly and attentive and the prices are reasonable.

Santouka Restaurant

6 Eu Tong Sen St, 02-76, Singapore 059817

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I would be back for their Santouka Signature Toroniku Ramen for sure if I am around the vicinity and craving for ramen.

Gyu-Kaku Restaurant

30 Victoria Street, #01-01/#01-03, Convent Of Holy Infant Jesus Chapel And Caldwell House (Chijmes), Singapore 187996

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Loved the Beef Tongue (SGD $10.80) with its meaty bouncy chew to texture, and light savoury flavour. This cooks rather quickly, and is a good way to start the meal.

Black Cow Restaurant

26 Beach Road #B1-20, South Beach Avenue, Singapore 189768

Japanese Shabu Shabu & Sukiyaki Restaurant & Sake Bar

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The service was generally okay and the staffs served promptly.
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A cosy place to enjoy Japanese food. Would love to try other items in the lunch sets.

Boruto Restaurant

80 S Bridge Rd, #01-01 Golden Castle Building, Singapore 058710

A new Concept Japanese modern Kitchen + Japanese Sake Bar

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Overall I have enjoyed the new menu at Boruto. Compared to its previous menu which felt more like omakase dishes catered for individual diner, the new menu feels more communal.
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Lastly, we sampled two desserts and by then, we were pretty stuffed. It's not often that I see warabi mochi on the menu but they have it here at Boruto. Made of bracken starch, and coated with kinako powder. It has a wobbly soft-jelly like texture and sweetness from the sauce. Almost like eating water.
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Overall, Boruto Singapore impresses with its extensive tapas menu, featuring modern fusion food that is bold in taste, pretty to look at, and showcases the culinary wizardry of the chefs here. The cozy, intimate ambience, and friendly yet professional service is a big draw.

Tampopo Restaurant

177 River Valley Road, #01-23 Liang Court, Singapore 179030

TAMPOPO literally mean dandelion in Japanese. A family dining restaurant offering authentic Japanese cuisine in a contemporary way.

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This was a super deal at $19 (before tax and service charge) from Tampopo.

Terra Restaurant

54 Tras Street, Singapore 078993

Terra by Seita is a Tokyo-Italian dining concept specialising in Italian cuisine influenced by the 4 seasons of Japan.

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Will I return for the dinner omakase? Probably not, to be honest.
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A trip to terra always feels like a celebration of Japan's bountiful harvests.
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Overall it was a nice meal!

Hiryu Restaurant

39 Tras St, Singapore 078978

Refined Japanese dining by Raymond Tan. Reserve your seats at 67889188.

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Here's this, the meal went by quickly, Chef kept to the promised time limit.

Matchaya Restaurant

12 Gopeng Street, #01-72, Icon Village, Singapore 078877

In 2015, Matchaya began a life-changing journey around Japan with the intention of sourcing for the best premium ingredients from different prefectures for our teas. Wanting our customers to enjoy authentic Japanese milk tea, every flavour was carefully and painstakingly formulated with different suppliers within Japan. We are meticulous. Each flavour went through at least 100 taste-tests before soft launching to the public for feedback. We are health-conscious. Our raw ingredients are organic-certified, no preservatives are used, and the sugar level in our teas is minimal. We are passionate. Serving high quality Japanese milk teas to the masses motivates us and we promise that upon the first sip, a delightful experience awaits you...

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Anyways very subtle floral taste... it is topped with strawberry rondies that offer a nice crunch in addition to the smooth sakura soft serve.
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I have not tried the other parfaits but I'd be way happier with just two servings of their soft serves neat.
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Besides serving high quality premium products sourced from Japan, Matchaya also uses raw ingredients that are organic certified. No preservatives are used, and the sugar level in their teas is minimal.

Kenboru Restaurant

#B1-65, 80 Stamford Rd, School of Information Systems, Singapore 178902

We specialise in healthy Jap Western Fusion Bowls featuring premium sou vide proteins at affordable prices in an all rounder rice fusion rice bowl

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Kenboru offers premium proteins and ingredients that are super tasty!
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Even though they’ve yet to release all of their dishes, the current items on Kenboru’s menu are already tasty, wholesome, and healthy for your wallet.

Esora Restaurant

15 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238964

A modern Japanese kappo-style restaurant by The Lo & Behold Group and Chef Shigeru Koizumi.

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Tables are exceptionally hard to get over weekend dinners and ours took one cancellation and a three month wait.

Boru Boru Restaurant

41 Beach Rd, Singapore 189680

A contemporary pop-up Japanese food concept, serving up affordable and freshest DONBURIS in town - situated right in the heart of Candour Coffee!

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The atmosphere was cosy and serene, making this a great time-out spot for those working around the area.

Sutachi Restaurant

Blk 335 Smith Street, #02-060, Chinatown Complex, Singapore 050335

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Whether you’re in the mood for Japanese or Italian food, Sutāchi is a great place to visit to experience the best of both worlds.

Ho-Jiak Restaurant

#02-01, 80 Anson Rd, Singapore 079907

Japanese Rice Bowls by day, Craft Beers and Whiskies by night. To ensure quality, our lunch bowls are made fresh everyday and in limited quantities, so we do apologise if we run out of food! Do give us a call before coming over in the late afternoon :)

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Average it is. But it’s definitely a convenient place to grab a quick lunch or chill out over some beers in the Tanjong Pagar area.

Tokidon Restaurant

16 Raffles Quay #B1-33 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581

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Overall, we found that Tokidon serves up decent beef-based Donburi bowls in the Central Business District.

Aburi-EN Restaurant

3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-121 Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983

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One thing that Aburi-EN definitely need to improve on their service. There are quite a number of crews available but they are not attentive.
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The food is decent, service is attentive but I will not wait in line for this.

Wolf Restaurant

30 Raffles Place, #01-42, Singapore 048622

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Overall, you can tell Wolf is trying to cater to the wider customers by offering beyond the typical rice bowls, with incorporating vegetarian options and those suited for the local taste such as Chicken Black Pepper.

Minka Restaurant

138 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower 01-06, Singapore 068906

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The food here is not bad, and I did get some education with reference to the kazuki toro.
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Overall, it was a unique and enriching experience.