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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Tamashii Robataya Chope

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This joint’s located on the second floor of a North Canal Road shophouse. It’s so hidden away it almost feels like a secret. Take the elevator up (enter from the side alley) and you’ll find a relaxed space with a cozy reception, a private dining room and a long chef’s counter. Japanese grills or robatayaki are the speciality here. They offer $88, $138 and $188 dinner courses as well as ala carte items such as shiromi truffle ($55), white fish carpaccio with truffles—as well as rice bowls topped with eel and foie gras ($48). Light desserts like umeshu jelly ($8) round out the menu. If you don’t want to blow the budget, affordable lunch sets (from $24) are available too. 

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Get some robatayaki specialities at Tamashii Robataya, with set lunches starting from $16.80, served with complimentary dessert and coffee/tea.
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Phone: 6222-0316
Tamashii Robataya, #02-01 12 North Canal Rd., Singapore, 048825 Singapore Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Mon-Sat noon-2:30pm, 6:30-10:30pm

Price Range:




Open Since:

April, 2013
Tamashii Robataya
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