Tag Archives: Japanese Food Singapore

Ginza Anzu Japanese Restaurant Review – Great World City Singapore

Ginza Anzu, one of the best tonkatsu restaurants in Singapore, is a farm-to-table eatery originally from Kyushu and well known around Japan and Asia for their delicious and authentic tonkatsu. If you’re familiar with Japanese food, you’ll know that tonkatsu is a deep-fried breaded pork cutlet. Ginza Anzu imports most of their ingredients from Kyushu and… Read More »

Kuro Maguro Restaurant Review – Tanjong Pagar Singapore

Hailed as serving up the freshest tuna in town, Japanese restaurant Kuro Maguro in Tanjong Pagar is well worth paying a visit. All their tuna and seafood is imported directly from Miura Misaki Port in Japan by renowned tuna wholesaler Maguro Donya to bring patrons a variety of tuna dishes as well as other seafood… Read More »

Ootoya Japanese Restaurant Review – Orchard Central

Ootoya is where you can find traditional Japanese food and it is the restaurant of choice for Japanese expats living here that want a taste of their mother’s home-cooked food. With branches around the world, there are currently three in Singapore, all serving wholesome and nutritionally balanced meals. I was invited the other day to… Read More »

Hokkaido Marche’s Maruki & Ajisai Noodles Review – Orchard Central

Hokkaido is the place to go in Japan if you want delicious fresh seafood, quality beef and some of the nation’s best produce. I’ve had many a good Kaisen-don and Miso Ramen during my travels there and there’s also an abundance of other local specialties including soup curry, nabe, potato snacks, ice cream, beer and… Read More »

Tengawa Hokkaido White Curry Restaurant Review – Millenia Walk

Have you ever had Japanese white curry?? In all the years that I lived in Tokyo and travelled to Hokkaido which is where Japanese white curry originates from, I had never actually come across it before. Maybe I had just overlooked it in favour of the typical brown Japanese curry but last weekend I was… Read More »

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka Restaurant Review – Cuppage Terrace Singapore

I love all types of ramen but I especially like the renowned miso ramen from Hokkaido so it’s no surprise that I’ve visited Santouka on numerous occasions, both here in Singapore and in Japan. For Santouka’s 11th and 8th anniversary in Singapore, for their branches in The Central and Cuppage Terrace respectively, they have launched… Read More »

Dutch Baby Cafe Review – Paragon Singapore

Opened last year by F&B group Japan Foods Holding, Dutch Baby Cafe serves both Dutch baby pancakes as well as Japanese-Western favourites. They have a variety of sweet and savoury Dutch baby pancakes, dishes including Japanese pork cutlet and omurice if you’re looking for a more substantial meal, an assortment of fresh fruit tarts made daily… Read More »

Nabe Seizan Restaurant Review – Japan Food Town Wisma Atria Singapore

Owned by Japanese chef Haruhiko Yamamoto who also owns two Michelin star kaiseki (traditional multi-course Japanese meal) restaurant Seizan in Tokyo, Nabe Seizan is Chef Yamamoto’s first venture overseas specialising in nabe or Japanese hotpots. When Nabe Seizan first opened in Japan Food Town in Wisma Atria shopping centre last year, the menu consisted of… Read More »

Magosaburo Japanese Restaurant Review – Ion Orchard Singapore

Magosaburo is a high-end Japanese restaurant in Ion shopping centre on Orchard Road that specialises in Japanese wagyu beef. Prices for dinner are on average around $200-$300 per person but they have a very affordable daily lunch menu with prices starting at just $12.80. I went there on a Monday during lunchtime having a reserved a… Read More »