Kanada-ya at PLQ is famous for their truffle ramen.
Koma, Marina Bay Sands: The Most Beautiful (Culturally Appropriated) Restaurant in Singapore That Won’t Put You in Food Koma
Koma at MBS will knock your socks off (The decor, not the food).
Ikki Izakaya, Metropolis @ Buona Vista: Not Authentic Japanese but Hella Great Experience with Live Band
Ikki Izakaya, Metropolis @ Buona Vista is unexpectedly good in all areas: food, service, ambience, pricing, they got it down.
Kindori at CHIJmes serves Japanese fried chicken and craft beers.
MaguroDonya flies in the seafood three times a week from Miura Misaki Kou (Misaki Port at Miura). Because they are the wholesaler and cut off the middlepersons, and because they select their own seafood, the food here is supposed to be cheaper and fresher than elsewhere.
Otaru is boring but their food isn’t.
Some popular food recommendations for Niseko Hokkaido.
Dashi Master Marusaya at Robertson Quay is opened by the eponymous Japanese katsuobushi wholesaler, using Rishiri kelp and Satsuma 2 year-old hongare-honbushi for their dashi with no MSG or chemicals.
I’ve eaten at more than a thousand restaurants and The Gyoza Bar @ Boat Quay holds a special place in my heart as my most bizzare experience.
Soba So Good: Healthy Soba Iki (One Raffles Place); Shimbashi Soba (Paragon); Wheat Baumkuchen (One Raffles Place)
We should do a Best 50 soba in Singapore, but we only visited three: Shimbashi Soba (Paragon); Wheat Baumkuchen (One Raffles Place); and Healthy Soba Iki (One Raffles Place). Our favorite is…