Tag Archives: Japanese Cuisine

[SG EATS] Unagiya Ichinoji – Restaurant Miyagawa Opens it’s First Overseas Outlet in Robertson Quay, Singapore

Unagi fans can rejoice once again as they have new addition unagi restaurant to visit in Singapore. Unagiya Ichinoji is the first original unagi speciality restaurant from Japan opening a store in Singapore. It is said to be one of Tokyo’s renowned unagi restaurant, which has 125 years of history. Continue reading [SG EATS] Unagiya Ichinoji – Restaurant Miyagawa Opens it’s First Overseas Outlet in Robertson Quay, Singapore

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[SG EATS] Mitsu Sushi Bar- Spring Menu for Dinner

It has been a while since E and I exploring new dinner places for the weekend. As I chanced upon Mitsu Sushi Bar online, I decided to give this place a try. Thus, I made a reservation on a Saturday night. Mitsu Sushi Bar offers variety of Japanese food including Omakase and ala –carte menu. Continue reading [SG EATS] Mitsu Sushi Bar- Spring Menu for Dinner

[SG EATS] Teppan by Chef Yonemura’s New Teppanyaki Concept at Resorts World Sentosa

It was a surreal feeling to attend the wedding ceremony of French Bride and her Japanese Groom! Who would have expected two culturally contrasting countries to come together in such a union? Continue reading [SG EATS] Teppan by Chef Yonemura’s New Teppanyaki Concept at Resorts World Sentosa

[SG EATS] Kaiseki Restaurant Shima’s Exquisite Winter Menu

Our guest writer, Felicia visited Shima restaurant recently and raved about the food here.So when the invite for their Exquisite Winter Menu is here, I got the chance to visit the restaurant this time round. The winter menu is curated by Chef Hoshiba Fumihiko, who has over 40 years of culinary experience. Continue reading [SG EATS] Kaiseki Restaurant Shima’s Exquisite Winter Menu

[SG EATS] Ginza Rokukakutei (六覺燈) At Odeon Towers

Housed at the corner of the bustling Odeon towers is Osaka One-Michelin-starred Japanese Restaurant Ginza Rokukakutei. The restaurant is within a walking distance from City Hall MRT station.
Ginza Rokukakutei
“Rokukaku” means six senses- the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, and the sense of creating. Tei means torch, a word chosen by Chef Hideyuki Tanaka’s master in hopes that many people will gather around and be drawn to this torch. A well-known name amongst Japanese gourmands since 1980 and this is the restaurant’s very first overseas foray. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ginza Rokukakutei (六覺燈) At Odeon Towers

[SG EATS] Hashida Japanese Restaurant – Omakase Lunch Experience

I was delighted when I got the chance to enjoy Omakase experience at Hashida Japanese Restaurant. Hashida Japanese Restaurant located at Mandarin Gallery is helmed by chef-owner, Kenjiro “Hatch” Hashida. It was a treat from MyFatpocket boss! We made a lunch appointment in advance. Continue reading [SG EATS] Hashida Japanese Restaurant – Omakase Lunch Experience

[SG EATS] Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant – 2nd Outlet at Duo Galleria

Following the success of Man Man Unagi Japanese Restaurant at 1 Keong Saik Road, Chef Teppei Yamashita is opening 2nd outlet at Duo Galleria. If you have not heard of this Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant, Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant is so famous that the average queue is at least an hour to two. I haven’t got the chance to try yet because the queue is forever long. Continue reading [SG EATS] Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant – 2nd Outlet at Duo Galleria