7 Affordable Japanese Restaurants At Millenia Walk That You Must Dine At + Giveaway

Millenia Walk Japanese Restaurant

Maybe you have heard about the vast dining options at Millenia Walk – they’ve got all sorts of cuisines there, from German to Italian and even Swiss. But do you know that it is also a little Nippon there?

Yes, the Japanese dining options at Millenia Walk will actually take you by surprise. From the new brands to the evergreen and to the upcoming, the mall offers a variety of Japanese restaurants for you to take a nosh at, and we promise you will never see Millenia Walk the same way again.

We share with you some of the finer Japanese options that we covet, and why you should also swing by Millenia Walk for a delightful dining experience. And, in the month of April, there is a series of promotions all lined up and ready to excite, too.

Here is our guide to Millenia Walk’s Japanese restaurants.

[ Giveaway ] We are giving away 3 X S$50 Millenia Walk dining vouchers. Leave a comment below, and share this post on your Facebook timeline to win. More details on the giveaway at the end of this post.

Miharu Ramen


The first few brands that we fell in love with when the ramen trend hit Singapore was Miharu Sapporo Ramen. It used to sit along Robertson Quay, at Gallery Hotel. When the hotel ceased operations, Miharu fans were left upset and deprived of their favourite Sapporo ramen. However the good news is that NOW, they are exclusively at Millenia Walk and you can enjoy a bowl of Miharu’s goodness!

Miharu Sapporo Ramen

Rejoice, ramen fans! The outlet at Millenia Walk is slightly bigger and very comfortable, while your favourite ramen with the famous Nishiyama noodles specially imported from Japan, and rich miso broth is still flavourful as always. Our favourite ramen is most definitely the Tokusen Miso Ramen with a special miso blend (S$14.80++).

Celebrate “All Things Japanese Fridays” and enjoy two bowls of ramen at only S$20++, applicable for shoyu and miso ramen.

Millenia Walk #01-06
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6733 8464
Daily: 12.00pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

Pullman Bakery


Looking to grab a quick breakfast or some bread to take home after work or just to snack during the day? Pullman Bakery is your answer. We love this Hokkaido bakery for its premium offerings of breads and cakes.

Hokkaido Curry Bun

The Hokkaido Curry Bun (S$2.50) is its bestseller, and because the curry paste is air-flown from Hokkaido in limited quantities, these buns are often snapped up by midday. Fastest fingers first, so we’d say: grab it in the morning while it is still warm and steamy on the inside – definitely your perfect breakfast on the go. Also, try the Bacon Egg (S$2.30), Raisin Walnut Milk Stick (S$2) and Premium Toast Type Rich (S$4.30 for half a loaf).

Bring your kids (<12yo) along on Saturdays and they will receive a bag of cookies for free when Daddy and Mommy make a purchase of S$10 and above.

Millenia Walk #01-97
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6337 3575
Mon to Fri: 7.30am – 9.30pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 9am – 9.30pm
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant


Now, Rakuzen is a hidden gem! This Japanese restaurant at Millenia Walk has an amazing variety in its menu that is pleasantly affordable. We are regulars, and as much as we’d love to keep this place a selfish secret, we know it deserves your attention. Their set lunches in particular are very value for money!

There is this highly popular Maru Bento set that is enough for two to share. It consists of yasai tempura, sashimi, a plate of sushi assortment, chicken stew, grilled unagi, chawanmushi and a side salad and dessert- all these at only S$45++! And if you are game for some maki rolls, the Aburi Beef Roll ($18++) is the absolute crowning glory!

Aburi Beef Sushi

“Kids Eat Free Saturdays” sees that every child (<12yo) gets a free chawanmushi.

Millenia Walk #01-16
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6333 1171
Daily: 11.30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade



Teppei first rose to fame with its super value-for-money chirashi-don at its nondescript outlet in Tanjong Pagar. Long lines have often formed during lunch hours, but not all are fans of queueing. Let’s do a takeaway instead!

Over at Millenia Walk, Teppei Syokudo is a hassle-free outlet where you can choose to eat in the outlet or takeaway your favourite sashimi rice bowl, and it is simply perfect for days when you need to pack lunch back to the office. Everyone’s favourite Kaisen-don is at S$16 for a serving, and you can top up S$8 for some chopped negitoro (tuna with spring onions). But if you do not want raw fish, sure, there is the Katsu-don (S$15.80) and Saba Miso Bento (S$12.80).

Teppei Chirashi Don

At Teppei, the “All Things Japanese Fridays” promotion features a S$20 Dinner Set – a serving of Kaisen-don with extra sashimi topping, and a drink. Superb value, indeed.

Millenia Walk #01-105
9 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: +65 6238 1945
Daily: 11am – 9pm
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade



If you have a taste for tonkatsu – deep fried breaded pork – then you will be happy to know that Saboten is opening at Millenia Walk. Famed for its many choices of tonkatsu sets, Saboten remains a perennial favourite among diners all these years.

Not a fan of pork? No problem. Saboten also offers deep fried breaded prawns, salmon and oysters. There will surely be something to suit your taste buds.

Saboten will be opening at Millenia Walk at the end of April 2015.

Millenia Walk Level 2
9 Raffles Boulevard
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

Chabuton Tonkotsu Ramen


Named as “King of Ramen” by TV Champion, TV Tokyo Station, Chef Yasuji Morizumi has been expanding his ramen empire in Japan, America and Thailand. His signature range of ramen include Tonkotsu Ramen, Shio Tonkotsu Ramen, Shoyu Ramen, and Shoyu Zaru Ramen.

Chabuton will be opening at Millenia Walk in end April 2015.

Millenia Walk Level 2
9 Raffles Boulevard
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

Tomi Sushi


Tomi Sushi is an under-the-radar Japanese restaurant that has been around for a while. We love its simplicity, and it is one restaurant that we often turn to when we need some fuss-free Japanese food. While there is nothing too lavish about having a meal at Tomi, you can still expect hearty servings at friendly price tags for a decent Japanese meal.

Tomi Sushi will be opening at Millenia Walk in May.

Millenia Walk Level 2
9 Raffles Boulevard
Nearest Station: City Hall/Promenade

From 1 to 30 April 2015, the first 500 shoppers who spend $300 will receive a $10 Millenia Walk F&B voucher.

During lunch and dinner, you can also enjoy complimentary first hour parking with $30 spent at any of the F&B outlets in Millenia Walk.


1. Millenia Walk is giving away 3 X S$50 dining vouchers.
2. Leave a comment in this post and tell us which Japanese restaurant at Millenia Walk you would like to dine at.
3. Like Millenia Walk on Facebook.
5. Share the link of this post on your Facebook timeline.
6. The contest runs from 3 to 17 Apr 2015.
6. Winners will be notified by email.

UPDATED on 22 Apr: The three winners are Ken Lee, Wen Qi, and Alison.

This post is brought to you by Millenia Walk.