Itadakimasu Singapore – 7 Japanese Restaurants Under One Roof At 100AM Tanjong Pagar

Itadakimasu Singapore – 7 Japanese Restaurants Under One Roof At 100AM Tanjong Pagar
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[NEW] Japanese food halls and clusters are the IN thing in Singapore, with Itadakimasu opening up at Level 3 of 100AM Mall Tanjong Pagar.

The anticipated date of the main opening is 1st of December, Thursday, with restaurants already opening up in phases.

There are already Japan Food Town at Wisma Atria, Japan Foods Garden at Shaw Centre, Emporium Shokuhin at Marina Square, and Eat at Seven at Suntec City.

Malls such as Millenia Walk and Jurong Point have also carved out Japanese restaurant ‘streets’

“Itadakimasu!” That would loosely mean “Let’s eat!” “Itadakimasu”, often used as a phrase just before a meal.

The multi-restaurant concept will presents a variety of Japanese cuisines such as ramen, shabu shabu, soba, sushi, tonkatsu and yakiniku, with each restaurant having an individual shopfront.

Here are the Japanese restaurants you can expect at Itadakimasu Singapore:

Shabu Shabu GYU JIN,
Renowned for its quality cuts of beef and flavourful hotpot.

Nadai Fujisoba NI HACHI
Longstanding soba restaurant that will be importing high quality buckwheat from Japan to create fresh noodles daily.

Numazu Uogashizushi
One of the few sushi restaurants to have coveted auction rights in Numazu fish market located at Numazu Port, for premium quality seafood that will be flown to Singapore directly from the market.

Ramen Keisuke Tori King
Ramen Keisuke Tori King known for its chicken thigh ramen, has expanded its menu. Other than a “soup upgrade”, meaning the broth is supposedly more flavourful, new additions include Tsukemen ($14.90), Clear Soup option ($13.00), Tan Tan Mien ($13.90), Ultra Rich Tan Tan Mien ($14.90), and Maze Soba ($12.90).

Saboten
Tonkatsu family style restaurant which serves Japanese fried food from pork, salmon and oysters. The tonkatsu sauce is said to be made from a secret family recipe that uses fresh cabbage.

Yakiniku Heijoen
Japanese Wagyu BBQ specialist , with over 24 outlets in Tokyo alone. Famous for their beef, such as the Black Hair Wagyu beef.

YAYOI
Interpretations of meals of steamed rice served with mains and side dishes (teishoku).

Itadakimasu
100 Tras Street, 100 AM, #03-10 to 15 and #03-K1, Singapore 079027
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily (From 1st Dec 2016)

Other Related Entries
11 Must Try Japanese Restaurants At Millenia Walk
Japan Foods Garden (Shaw Centre)
Emporium Shokuhin (Marina Square)
Japan Food Town Singapore (Wisma Atria)
Jurong Point – Best Of Asian Food Under One Roof

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