Established in 2021, Takeshi-San rose to fame in Singapore’s dining scene with its iconic Sushi Kaidan staircase, modern sushi rolls and an extensive selection of Japanese dishes at reasonable prices.
Into its second year, Takeshi-San has expanded its menu to introduce Izakaya-style sharing dishes that are perfect to go with drinks. The beer lovers will love the Kirin Beer Garden, too!
From 1 to 30 July 2022 (Monday to Thursday), flash the post on ladyironchef to the friendly staff at Takeshi-San to enjoy their Seafood Platter/Yakimono Platter at S$48 (UP $68).
Here are the dishes that you must order when you are dining at Takeshi-San.
Japan VTL isn’t happening soon and we are so deprived of a holiday to the Land of The Rising Sun, but the closest we can get to Japan now would be a damn good Japanese meal. We are pretty blessed to have a whole array of Japanese restaurants in Singapore, and the selection is a comprehensive one.
You can travel to different prefectures of Japan to satisfy the different cravings you have. We’ve rounded up 13 Japanese concepts in Singapore that are offering over 50 seasonal winter items – available for dine-in and takeaway at a special offering.
Think Hokkaido Hotate from S$14.90, A5 Miyazaki Wagyu from S$13.90, Zuwaigani (premium snow crab) from S$7.80, Hokkaido Hairy Crab from S$88, Hiroshima Kaki (oysters) from S$9.90. Salivating already? Read on for the whole list.
Taste of Japan group—the company behind Itacho Sushi—is opening a new concept in Singapore.
Sushi Raku is a sushi chain with 4 outlets in Hong Kong and it is opening its first overseas outlet in Singapore at Raffles City on this Sunday 12 Sep 2021.
Opened in November 2020, Maruhachi Donburi & Curry is a hawker stall which started at Edgefield Plains in Punggol which offers restaurant-quality tonkatsu at very affordable prices. It has since expanded and there are 5 outlets across in Singapore.
The chef-owner is Indonesian-born Singaporean PR August Wijaya, 38 who used to be the head chef of the now-defunct Ginza Bairin—the famous Tokyo-based tonkatsu restaurant at ION Orchard—for almost nine years. Now, you know what that means?
You must try his tonkatsu.
Popular sushi chain Sen-Ryo has opened its first outlet in Singapore at Ion Orchard.
Originating from the Tochigi prefecture in Japan, Sen-Ryo has 13 outlets in Hong Kong and it is brought in by Maxim’s Caterers, the Hong Kong-based F&B group that also runs the Genki Sushi chain in Singapore.
Matsukiya at Paragon is a Japanese charcoal grill concept by Sushi Tei which offers traditional Kushiyaki that is grilled over binchotan. Other than Kushiyaki, the slightly upmarket Japanese restaurant also has Donburi and set lunches that start from S$25++.
The highlight of our meal was, however, not the Kushiyaki. While Matsukiya’s grilled skewers were decent, the Miyazaki A4 Ribeye Wagyu Donburi completely stole the show.
Ashino is an omakase restaurant at Chijmes that’s famous for their aged sushi, and the 8-seater restaurant is so popular that there is a waitlist for a seat.
But is it really worth the hype? We waited 2 months for a seat, and finally got down to trying the S$250 omakase served by Chef Taku Ashino himself—who was trained in Tokyo for more than a decade, and worked at Hide Yamamoto before he opened his own at Chijmes in 2015.
11/11 is a well-loved date if you are a shopaholic because it means sales and deals everywhere! Literally anything can be on sale—from clothes to electronic appliances to gadgets and even food!
Over here at ladyironchef, we are celebrating with Asia’s largest dining discovery platform—Chope—for their ChopeDeals 11.11 Mega F&B Sale which is happening on 11 Nov 2020.
Look forward to 10 Japanese restaurants in Singapore with up to 50% off and they include ramen restaurant, sushi restaurant, Japanese BBQ restaurant and more. It’s such a bummer that we can’t travel this festive season but hey, we can buy lots of ChopeDeals to stock up for your year-end feasting with your loved ones.