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.
Sushiro, Lido Shaw: Affordable, No Frill Kaiten-zushi Chain (Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurant), Better Than Others at This Price Range
With more than 500 outlets in Asia, Sushiro, the top sales conveyor belt sushi restaurant from Japan, has aggressively opened three outlets in Singapore: Lido Shaw, Tiong Bahru Plaza, and Causeway Point.
CLOSED PERMANENTLY: MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya, Bukit Pasoh Road: Playful Omakase Featuring Katsuobushi, the Ingredient that Started the Marusaya Group
MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya uses their staple ingredient Katsuobushi that built up the Group.
BOTAN Japanese Restaurant, Far East Square: 20-year-old Restaurant Gets a New Chef with 40 Years of Experience
BOTAN Japanese Restaurant at Far East Square has good dishes to go with alcohol.
Monte Risaia by Marusaya offers 3- and 4-course set menus at $68++ and $98++ respectively.
Akira Back at South Beach is a Japanese-inspired restaurant by a Korean-American celebrity chef.
TEN Sushi by Marusaya at Robertson Quay opens until 3am daily.