The 5 Best Japanese Restaurants in Singapore

 The 5 Best Japanese Restaurants in Singapore

 

With beautiful presentation, Japanese cuisine is a form of art that make eating and tasting more enjoyable. Each dish even the smallest and simplest item is made with effort, time and love in a way of reflecting nature. Beautiful Best Japanese Tableware in presentation, tasty in flavour and healthy in nature are the great charms of Japanese cuisine that attracts people all over the world.

In Singapore, Japanese food is favourites of many Singaporean generations. Japanese restaurants present from individual to chain restaurants and the food is offered from home style cooking to formal dining.

Here I recommend the 5 best Japanese restaurants in Singapore for Japanese cuisine’s lovers as well as those want to have a good taste of Singapore food.

Yayoiken Japanese Restaurant at Liang Court

As a successful and rich history chain restaurant from Japan, Yayoiken comes to Singapore with its fame. The restaurant offers Japanese cuisine with a wide variety of high-quality menu items in good portion at affordable prices. All the items are presented carefully to showcase the wisdom of Japanese culinary tradition. It is located at 177 River Valley Road, #B1-50 Liang Court Shopping Centre.

Shinji by Kanesaka at Raffles Hotel

Considered as one of the finest sushi restaurants outside Japan, Shinji by Kanesaka is really a remarkable Japanese restaurant in Singapore. Shinji is the best place to enjoy omakase in Singapore. Leaving the selection of your meal to the native Japanese team of artisan chefs with Master Chef Koichiro Oshino at the helm, you will never get disappointed. The restaurant is nestled in Raffles Hotel #02-20, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673.

Fukuichi Japanese Dining

Fukuichi Japanese Dining is presented to Singapore diners as a mid-range, family-style Japanese restaurant. An extensive menu with decent-quality food is offered at reasonable prices. As a partner of Fukuichi Gyogyo of Shizuoka in Japan, Fukuichi Japanese Dining has an abundant seasonal produce supplied from a realiable sour

 

 

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