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Tanjong Pagar Restaurants

Beef Tartare sprinkled with sesame seeds and served with a side of cucumber
This dark cavernous eatery on club-lined Neil Road features black walls and a large bar counter. Slow, jazzy tunes give the restaurant a lounge-y vibe. The place is just as much about the drinks as it is about the food. Snacky tapas such as grilled salmon with grilled rice yeast...
Oven-baked scallop with herb butter, mushrooms, bell peppers and asparagus
A cozy space filled with warm lighting and rustic stone and brick walls, one Michelin starred Terra is run by chef-owner Seita Nakahara. The place offers the chef’s brand of Tokyo-Italian cuisine, crafted from ingredients sourced from Japan’s diverse regions. Dig in to his ever popular...
50g striploin cut with mountain wasabi from Hokkaido with seasonal vegetables
This fine dining spot specializes in Ozaki beef from Miyazaki prefecture. The warm brick and wood space has just 26 seats spread across a tastefully furnished with a spacious counter — where you can see the chef at work — as well as a large cherry wood communal table...
The heaping Special Kaisen Don Set is harmonious and well balanced
Located at Orchid Hotel in the Tanjong Pagar area, Sushi Kou counts a good number of other Japanese restaurants as its neighbors. But what sets this sushi restaurant apart is its affordable and straightforward lunch sets—a boon for the nearby CBD warriors—...
Dishes like the wagyu tobanyaki are great alternatives to fish
JF Kanda Wadatsumi is an antenna restaurant business of JF Zengyoren, Japan’s National Federation of Fisheries Co-operative Association - the “JF” in the restaurant name refers to Japan Fisheries , consisting of fishery operator co-operatives across Japan. At the elegant and...
Fresh fish used in the sashimi platter are shipped in two to three times a week
With its warm lighting and dark wood furnishing, plates and saucers stacked up on any available counter space, educational posters about sushi and seasonal fish in Japan as well as Japanese prints pasted on its walls, Kan Sushi resembles the cozy hole-in-the-wall eateries one can find in Japan....
Start the meal off with the appetizing wagyu tartare and wagyu sashimi
This new entrant to the Duxton Road enclave specializes in yakiniku and imports its high quality beef from Kagoshima and Kumamoto. The dinner-only restaurant has a compact menu that comprises two set courses—each has a soup, appetizer, sashimi, salad, tongue, meat platter, rice/noodle dish,...
Each kushiyaki item at Satsuki comes with a well-matched wooden skewer
Duxton Hill is no stranger to Japanese restaurants, but among them is the special fine dining delight of Satsuki. The beautiful space is devoted to an inventive mix of teppanyaki and kaiseki, exemplified in the crafstmanship of French-trained chef Motomatsu Takashi. The cooking methods and even the...
Fresh soba noodles are made in-house daily
Think Hokkaido and one might picture a winter wonderland of snow-capped mountains and natural hot springs. But foodies will know that this northernmost part of Japan is home to a wondrous bounty from both the sea and the land. Serving up delicious dishes prepared with this plethora of fresh seafood...
The isobe maki may feature strong-tasting fish, but is a good dish for beginners
Step into this clean and minimalistic sushiya on Tras Street and you are immediately in a state of zen. Warm natural light glides in from the skylight in the middle of the restaurant, illuminating the imposing 18-seater hinoki wood counter, behind which head chef Ryosuke Harada and his team...