This centrally located restaurant at Seacare hotel offers 20 value-for-money set lunches (from $8.80) including a grilled saba fish meal as well as curry rice.
To deem the food at Miz Japanese Restaurant “value‑for‑money” would be a gross understatement. The simplest of dishes—cold garlic butter udon with caviar ($12) and even the Japanese rice tea—ace the taste test. Their salmon tataki, or seared salmon, is heavenly.
Although it's part of private golf club Keppel Club, non-members can still book a seat at this Japanese restaurant well known for its a la carte buffet ($42) including fresh sashimi, tempura, and grilled dishes (go for the hamachi cheek and mackerel).
This place was founded by Clement Chin (who has industry experience working at Lucky 13 and IndoChine) and the cozy space showcases local artwork. On the menu are simple Japanese bites such as scallop sashimi ($13), seasoned baby octopus ($7) and tuna tartare on toast ($12). Drinkwise, options...
Dishes like radish and goose liver ($22), belly of tuna with leek ($250) and deep-fried Sakura prawns ($20) are available at this joint helmed by renowned master chef Santaro Li.
Located at the Seletar airbase, this 60-seater serves a menu of Japanese standards, which isn’t too exciting, but also has a value-for-money yakitori buffet ($28). To add to that, it boasts a cool alfreso rooftop garden with great views of the runway.
This Fukuoka ramen chain has branched out internationally in Singapore, courtesy of Iggy's. With a very succinct menu, the choice of the eponymous noodles, which are Hakata-style and boast delicate noodles prepared to an age-old family recipe in a tonkotsu broth, is a no-brainer. Load up...