Overall, Chojiro is a good sushi restaurant.
Our Hong Kong friends recommend TamJai SamGor Mixian at Chinatown to us, saying that it tastes exactly like the one in HK.
Gram, Waterway Point: Second Singapore Franchise of Osaka’s Famous Pancakes. They Serve Savoury Food Too.
Gram Pancakes opens their second outlet at Waterway Point, Punggol.
Two Ramen Shops (One of Them Makes It To My Top 5 Ramen in Singapore): Afuri Ramen (Funan Mall) and Tempura Oji (Outram)
We reviewed two ramen restaurants: afuri ramen at Funan mall and Tempura Oji at Outram.
Syohachi Yakiniku 尚八日式燒肉店, Tanjong Pagar: Premium Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Buffet and More – Syo Good!
Syohachi Yakiniku offers beef buffet starting from $22.50 (lunch) and $50 (dinner).
Yum Sing restaurant by Putien serves hawker food in a 60s setting.
Seafood Paradise, Vivocity: OG of Paradise Group Reopens After Two Years. The Crabs Are Expensive But Fantastic.
Two years after Seafood Paradise closed its doors at Marina Bay Sands, it has now reopened at Vivocity.
Too expensive for a plebeian like me.
Kakurega (The Lair) at Chinatown is a new hideout for Japanese sake and yakitori lovers.
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood, Boat Quay: $29.80++ Steam Pot Includes US Live Oysters, Scallop, Clams, and More
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood’s fare is decent. However it would not be my first choice when I think of seafood whenever I’m in the vicinity.