Kakurega (The Lair) at Chinatown is a new hideout for Japanese sake and yakitori lovers.
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, aka Gosso Yakitori Dining, at Boat Quay attracts many Japanese, but it was middling for us.
Kamome Bakery at Novena Goldhill Plaza Mall is a popular Japanese bakery-cafe whose bakes sold out by noon.
Wa-i Sushi is a new Japanese omakase restaurant, opened on Christmas eve 2020.
The latest offering by The Feather Blade group, RAPPU takes pride in serving diners “proper seaweed, sushi rice and quality seafood ingredients, in a big-ass venue with kick-ass tunes”.
FLIPPER’S Singapore, Takashimaya Shopping Centre: Original ‘Kiseki’ Japanese Pancake Comes to Singapore
Go for the plain pancakes at FLIPPER’S Singapore, Takashimaya Shopping Centre. Ignore the savoury pancakes!
Hot Stones, Clarke Quay: Longstanding Stone Grill Restaurant Revamped Dining Concept to Offer Japanese Steakhouse Dining Experience
30 year-old Hot Stones at Clarke Quay has revamped into a Japanese steakhouse.
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).
Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant, Amoy Street: Specialises in Inaniwa Udon and Many Popular Japanese Dishes
Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant was launched along Amoy Street, specialising in Inaniwa udon, a type of udon made in the Inaniwa area of Inakawa Machi, Akita prefecture. This cream colour udon is hand-stretched and is slightly thinner than regular udon, yet thicker than sōmen, or hiyamugi noodles.