Japanese Restaurants in Singapore
Here are some nice and affordable Japanese restaurants that provide great food and comfortable environment.
Started in November 1997, the director Mr. Takahashi Kenichi opened his first Ajisen Ramen shop at Bugis Junction. Ajisen Ramen is now the largest Ramen chain in Singapore. They serve delicious bowls of ramen with a thick rich soup base such as the Paiku Ramen, Nan Kotsu Ramen. For spicy ramen lovers, be sure to try their volcano ramen!
The outlets in Singapore include Choa Chu Kang, IMM, Junction 8, Takashimaya, Plaza Singapura, Funan, Bugis, Parkway Parade, Tampines Mall and Changi Airport.
Sakae Sushi has the most outlets compared to other Japanese restaurants in Singapore, with its strong total of 24 outlets in Singapore, they serve delicious Ramen, Sushi and a huge variety of side dishes. It also provides catering and delivery services to suit your needs. On top of that, sushi buffets are also available during weekdays.
Established since 1994, Sushi Tei aims to cater to the sophisticated and modern individuals in search of an ideal place to have a gathering amongst friends and families, with the accompaniment of authentic Japanese cuisine. Chef's recommendations include Lobster Chirashi Don, Suimori. Special Hamachi Sashimi and many many more!!!
There are six Sushi Tei outlets located at Holland Village, The Paragon, Time@Millenia Walk, Ngee Ann City, China Square and Far East Plaza.
Established since 1990, Genki Sushi creates fresh sashimi, sushi, zensai and makimono. They have central kitchens and distribution centres to ensure consistent quality and high hygiene standard. All chefs in the outlets undergone training in Japan and new menus were constantly created so that customers can always enjoy new and tasty food. Promotions are also often carried out so that customers will be always in for treats and offers. Click here for the location list for all the outlets.
Great Japanese rice topped with a generous topping of meat and vegetables served in fast food style!! Founded in 1899 and made famous because of its beef bowl. Beef are cooked with onions and special secret sauce before being poured onto fragrant warm rice and then served with miso soup. Upon entering the outlet, the fragrance of the beef bowl will entice you for a delicious treat!! Yoshinoya also sells chicken and seafood bowls, such as breaded chicken bowl, salmon bowl, tempura bowl and many more! What are you waiting for? Head down to to the outlet nearest to you now!!
Fiesta provides casual Japanese dining at an affordable price. The outlets are brightly decorated in a modern style. Teenagers and young adults will like this place a lot as it creates the "hip" for traditional food.Their specialties are fresh sushi, sashimi and varieties of Japanese set meals and freshly baked cheesecake. They also sell japanese sausages and other finger food which would appeal to those who want some snacks on the go while shopping. There are also special deals for you such as,
Hungry? head down to Toa Payoh HDB Centre or Jurong Point now!!
Hailed as the reigning guru of all Japanese chefs here, Yoshio Nogawa serves food made from seasonal ingredients imported from Japan. Its so good, it’ll make your jaw drop!
The Japanese Association 120 Adam Road Tel: 6467-2768
This tiny slip of a counter restaurant offers exquisite Japanese fare, from sashimi and sushi to shabu-shabu, tempura and an interesting seasonal menu.
Shaw Centre #02-17 Tel: 6333-8015
MIHARU JAPANESE NOODLES
No wonder it’s a secret hideout for ramen connoisseurs. Its famous Nishiyama brand noodles from Sapporo is wondrously springy and al dente.
Gallery Hotel #01-11 Tel: 6733-8464
All the Japanese classics – teppanyaki, sukiyaki, shabu shabu and tempura are done excellently. Also lauded is its multi-course kaiseki menu.
The Shangri-La Tel: 6213-4571
Shinji Shiraishi’s eatery is tucked in a quiet corner of the hotel, but his food-fresh, authentic and uncompromisingly top-notch-rings loud.
The Ritz-Carlton Tel: 6338-3788
Home-grown Japanese masterchef Ronnie Chia’s sashimi and sushi are expensive but excellent, approved even by the fussiest of Japanese expatriates.
Crown Prince Hotel Tel: 6737-1160
This is known to serve the best tempura in town. And you’re advised to sit by the counter where you can savour each morsel fresh off the oil.
The Regent Hotel Tel: 6735-4588
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