Food – Japanese


[Closed] Mariko’s – Ramen Bar & Izakaya Named After A Manga Prostitute

A friend of mine avoids the hipsters’ area. To name a few – Tiong Bahru, Ann Siang, Duxton, and Keong Saik. To quote her, it’s where “pretentious people hang out and drink”. To each her own. Whether is a hipster/wannabe/fashionable/trendy area, it’s undeniable that Keong Saik is that one street which transformed from a former red-light district flanked with brothels, to a dining strip with a range of offerings from tapas joint, casual bars, Thai style Mookata to awesome zhi char. New on the list is ramen bar and izakaya Mariko’s, well named after a fictional manga Japanese prostitute.......

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Shabu Sai – Japanese Shabu-Shabu & Sukiyaki Hotpot Buffet Opens At Orchard Central

Shabu Sai – Japanese Shabu-Shabu & Sukiyaki Hotpot Buffet Opens At Orchard Central

It is really strange that Singaporeans really love their hotpot considering how warm the weather is. There was even a short queue outside newly-opened hotpot restaurant Shabu Sai at Orchard Central (right opposite Kiseki Buffet). Hotpot brings people together. Hotpot brings out gossips, I mean conversations. Nevermind its mildly...

May 23, 2013
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[Closed] EZOCA – Almost Perfect Japanese Meal at Quayside Isle. And It’s Very Expensive.

[Closed] EZOCA – Almost Perfect Japanese Meal at Quayside Isle. And It’s Very Expensive.

What do you look for in a Japanese fine dining restaurant? Really nothing short of brilliant – Quality cuisine, freshness and skills, attention to details, premium service experience, and that unspeakable X-factor. EZOCA at Quayside Isle has almost all of that, especially when it comes to authenticness. As what...

May 15, 2013
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