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What to eat at Itadakimasu

Yes, the old Japanese food enclave at Marina Bay is now open at a new location

By Bite! Japan Staff | May 01, 2017

  • What to eat at Itadakimasu
    Itadakimasu

Fans of the old Itadakimasu, which opened and closed in Marina Bay in 2014, will be glad to know that they’ve reopened at Tanjong Pagar’s 100AM. The place will house seven Japanese restaurants serving the requisite classics, such as ramen, shabu shabu, soba, sushi and more. Out of the seven restaurants, three made their Singapore debut. Here’s what you can find at the renewed Japanese food enclave.

Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin 

 
Founded in Tokyo in 1970, the shabu shabu and sukiyaki specialist makes its debut here serving up premium A5 Japanese wagyu and Australian wagyu. 

Nadai Fujisoba Ni Hachi

 
Also making its way into Singapore for the first time, the more than 50-year-old soba chain, with over 100 outlets in Japan, does soba noodles with buckwheat imported directly from the motherland. 

Numazu Uogashizushi

 
The much-anticipated sushi experts, established in 1979 and now with 44 outlets in Shizuoka Prefecture, imports their fish directly from the Numazu port fish market auctions.

Saboten

 
The Saboten here is the third outlet in Singapore and is known for their tonkatsu and signature pork katsu served with a rich gravy and freshly milled Japanese rice. 

Ramen Keisuke Tori King 

 
Unlike its cousin outlets Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King and Ramen Keisuke Lobster King, among others, the ramen here comes with a whole chicken drumstick. 

Yakiniku Heijoen

 
This beef BBQ specialist features specially procured Kuroge wagyu specially aged for a more robust flavor, and served with their homemade special sauce. 

Yayoi

 
From the same people behind the Yayoiken restaurants comes Yayoi, still specialising in teishoku (set meals) that come with rice, miso soup, side dishes and mains, but with a more upmarket feel.
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