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Shabu Shabu And Sukiyaki Restaurants

Try beef in three ways; grilled sumbiyaki-style, shabu shabu and sukiyaki
This “Japanese-inspired meat atelier” is five years old this year — no mean feat considering Singapore’s fickle dining scene. A classic space with pale wood chairs and tables, shoji doors and screens, the centerpiece here is a 16-seat U-shaped counter (where you can watch...
The Unagi Odamaki Mushi is a rich egg custard with eel and soba noodles
Managed by Japanese katsuoboshi (bonito flakes) wholesaler Marusaya, this riverside restaurant serves up dishes including housemade dashi (in which bonito flakes are an essential ingredient). The MSG-free soup stock features in a range of dishes: udon (from $...
Shabu shabu served with flavorful oden soup
Family-friendly hotpot restaurant Torikin specializes in mizutaki — Hakata-style chicken collagen hotpot — available in three serving sizes: $70 for two, $100 for three and $135 for four. Each serving comes packed with antibiotic-free Sakura chicken...
Stone grilled pork ishiyaki starter and Kyushu shirobuta pork for the hotpot
A modern space with pine wood furnishings and a sleek feature wall showcasing rows of bowls with chopsticks, this shabu shabu and sukiyaki specialist is a calming space, just right for communal meals. Go for one of the shabu shabu sets (from $48) — with...
Grilled cod with savory saikyo miso and zesty yuzu
Well-known chef, Hal Yamashita's first restaurant outside Japan is a modern fine dining spot with a focus on the cuisine of Kobe. The space is refined yet minimal, decked out in wood and marble. For the menu, seasonal produce is shipped in from Awaji Island and Tanba. Dig into luxurious...
Deluxe Sushi Set – a set of 10 types of premium sushi
Located in the basement of a building in the middle of the bustling Central Business District, Kiraku is a hidden gem of a place, popular with the working crowd of the area that regularly head there for consistent quality sushi and sashimi at reasonable prices, as well as a great drinks menu. Apart...
Plump and sweet Kurumaebi prawns impart a richness to the hot pot broth
Located in the sprawling Vivocity and facing Sentosa Island, Shabuya and Shochu Bar and its adjacent sister restaurant Tajimaya are perfect for a hearty meal while admiring the waterfront view. The focus at Shabuya is shabu-shabu—Japanese hot pot—with a selection of quality meats,...
The perfectly marbled Tochigi wagyu needs little more than salt before grilling
Opened in 1980, Shima restaurant was the very first teppanyaki restaurant in Singapore, and has been delighting local diners with its unique brand of teppan flair and Japanese fare of superior quality and freshness. Succulent beef, tender chicken, exotic seafood like live lobsters and airflow giant...
The low-fat pork is best paired with the tonyu miso broth
The latest opening from restaurant group Dining Innovation Asia-Pacific is the Japanese shabu-shabu all-you-can-eat dining concept Shaburi. Located on the third level of JEM shopping mall, Shaburi shares its kitchen with sister restaurant Kintan, a premium Japanese BBQ concept. Shaburi offers...
Australia beef lunch set with hidaka kelp dashi and savory and spicy dashi
It does not matter that there is no winter in Singapore; local diners seem to love their hot pot meals all the same. At Shabu Shabu GyuJin, you’ll be able to enjoy two Japanese hot pot styles—shabu shabu and sukiyaki. A part of the massive Japan Food...