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Marina Bay Restaurants

The secret lies in the complex condiment spooned atop the grilled chicken leg
Part of the Tomo Izakaya group of restaurants, Akari Japanese Dining & Baris conveniently located at the heart of the Marina Bay Financial District. Serving up both izakaya-style a la carte dishes as well as more refined kaiseki multi-course menus, the well-appointed restaurant is good for...
The Black Angus roast beef is done medium-well on an infrared grill
Stepping into the spacious Ginza Lion Beer Hall in Suntec City, one can’t help but be taken in by the soaring ceilings and the distinctive brick-wall background, which mimics that of the 127-year-old original Ginza Lion Beer Hall in Tokyo, Japan. Almost twice as large as its Robertson Quay...
Teppanyaki sets with a choice of sashimi or tempura, wagyu beef sirloin and more
Located on the fourth floor of the Pan Pacific hotel, surrounded by a beautifully sculpted Japanese garden and koi pond, this stalwart in the Japanese dining scene has been around for years and has cultivated a strong, loyal following. The crowd of Japanese expats and local diners return time and...
Spicy cod roe baked mentai potato
This izakaya is part of multi-concept restaurant space Eat at Seven. Drop by for drink-friendly eats like Jya Jya Men ($16), cold noodles with minced meat sauce, and the restaurant’s signature Katsuo Warayaki ($16), a slab of smoky thick cut tuna served in a foil packet. There are also sweets...
Tender homemade hamburg on a hotplate
Nikunohi is a beef-focused restaurant from Tokyo. The Singapore outlet is their first and only overseas branch. Helmed by Kensuke Sakai (whose claim to fame was being the youngest contestant to compete in cooking show Iron Chef), the restaurant offers yakiniku meats like beef tongue (...
The futomaki here comes with rich toppings like sea urchin and salmon roe
Much like the original Tomo Izakaya outlet in Clarke Quay, this 100-seater izakaya on the ground level of Esplanade Mall plays up its rustic tavern vibe with dark wood furniture, dim and cozy lighting and furnishing accents like sake barrels, paper lanterns and vintage...
Scallop nigiri sushi topped with a nub of seared foie gras
Located on the second and third floor of the iconic Customs House, this modern Japanese restaurant and bar is a funky space with a brightly-colored floor mosaic (designed by Miami Ink’s Chris Garver), exposed pipes and light fixtures fashioned from fishing hooks. Servers look as hip as the...
Slow cooked ocean trout plated with an aonori sauce—and a hint of wasabi
Named for the “silver metal” knives in the chef’s collection, this swish 25-seater by celebrity chef Tetsuya Wakuda (also known for his world famous namesake establishment Tetsuya in Sydney) is among the most exclusive dinner reservations on the island. It also won a star in...
One of the most popular items on the menu is this platter of 10 types of fish
The very first Tomi Sushi restaurant was opened in its hometown Niigata prefecture back in 1954. During these 52 years, Tomi Sushi has opened 14 other branches across Japan as well as four outlets here in Singapore. Apart from sushi and sashimi, the restaurant highlights Niigata produce plus local...
Misaki’s chirashi comes with 10 different types of fresh seafood
Located in Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, the sprawling Misaki accommodates up to 99 diners across its main dining area, sushi counter and three private rooms. Decked out in dark hues, dramatic lighting and bold furnishings, the modern Japanese restaurant is perfect for business lunches, and...