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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Keyaki Chope

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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 again for their kaiseki menus (from $150) as well as teppanyaki specialties like iberico pork ($28), foie gras ($26) and whole lobster ($23). At mid-day, the lunch sets (from $55) featuring a wide range of items from pan-fried beef with ginger to simmered oyster with egg are also a favorite.

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The eight-course Japanese weekend brunch menu includes items like assorted sashimi, tempura, cod fish with teriyaki sauce, teppanyaki (your choice of beef, pork, chicken or seafood) and matcha ice-cream ($60++). Add $60 and you also get free flow beer, wine and sake.
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Phone: 6826-8240
Keyaki, 4/F Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd., Singapore, 039595 Singapore

Nearest Train:


Opening Hours:

daily noon-2:30pm, 6:30-10:30pm

Price Range:




Open Since:

January, 1987
Alfresco, Reservation recommended, Parking available: at Pan Pacific Singapore, Takeaway available, Dress requirements: Smart Casual
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