Specialising in the best premium Japanese wagyu that melts in your mouth, Fat Cow is a Japanese steakhouse where you can enjoy an extensive array of top-of-the-line Japanese beef.
Fans of the award-winning fine-dining Japanese restaurant will be thrilled to know that they have opened MIYOSHI by Fat Cow, a new modern dining concept at Mess Hall in Sentosa.
MIYOSHI, which translates to ‘three graces’, is an allusion to the restaurant’s roots and its concept. A culinary collaboration by Head Chef Shingo Iijima of Fat Cow and Sous Chef Nigel Loh, MIYOSHI by Fat Cow focuses on three iconic dining experiences of Japanese cuisine – ramen, teppan-kaiseki and omakase.
Established in 1980, Shima at Goodwood Park Hotel is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Singapore which is known for its traditional teppanyaki. It is frequented by Japanese expats and those with has a discerning appetite for fine Japanese cuisine.
Freshly grilled food (yaki) on an iron plate (teppan), Shima offers teppanyaki courses in a slightly aristocratic yet traditional setting. In short, you can expect nothing short of the finest quality and dedicated service.
Housed in a dignified colonial building, Mess Hall is the pinnacle of exquisite dining in the new Sentosa experience – Mess Hall, Village Hotel Sentosa, The Outpost Hotel and The Barracks Hotel. What was originally a military outpost has now been transformed into a contemporary village of endless gourmet possibilities.
More than just culinary excellence, the architecture of the building brags of a quiet elegance. Beyond the perimeters of the building lies a Heritage Courtyard, replete with grassy terrains and a serene atmosphere.
From Hidemasa by Hide Yamamoto’s refined Japanese cuisine, to Royal Taj’s curries and biryani, and Quentin’s Bar and Restaurant’s sophisticated Eurasian dishes, here is our guide on the 3 restaurants at Mess Hall that you have to dine at.
Whenever we talk about Japanese food whether it’s your humble conveyor belt sushi or a full-on gastronomic omakase experience, the same question never fails to pop up—is it worth the splurge?
Well, while a 500-dollar omakase meal may not qualify for a typical weekday dinner, there are in fact, plenty of Japanese restaurants of varying price points that allow even the most thrifty of individuals to have a pretty solid Japanese meal whenever they are craving for Japanese cuisine—even if they are on a budget constraint.
From top-of-the-line Japanese dining establishments to humble hole-in-the-walls, here is our list of Japanese restaurants in Singapore for every budget.
There is always something to look forward to when dining at teppanyaki restaurants. Perhaps it is the stylistic execution of grilling that you get to witness, or maybe it is just the fact that you can be involved in choosing the type of ingredients you wish to enjoy in your meal.
No matter the reason, dining at a teppanyaki restaurant will always be an exciting experience many people will enjoy. Well, this is why we have compiled a list of teppanyaki restaurants for you to visit in Singapore that range from affordable to premium prices.
To get you started on your teppanyaki journey, here is our guide to the best Teppanyaki Restaurants In Singapore. Apologies in advance, for the weight gain.