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Fukuichi Japanese Dining (福一)

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Located at TripleOne Somerset, Fukuichi Japanese Dining is a Japanese restaurant with its kitchen team is led by Executive Chef, John Phua, who has more than 20 years of Japanese culinary experience.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 00:00

(Last Order at 10.30pm)

+65 62715586
$60 based on 69 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), After Work (21 votes), Lunch (17 votes)
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Gem

I was here today for the first time. It Is a Sunday, lunch time. Great stuff - quality set meals at reasonable prices. We had their sushi set n their mentaiko grilled fish set. The salad n chawanmuahi which were part of the set meals were good. Their set meal prices are similar to those mass market jap restaurants like s---- sushi, but are of much better quality n ambiance. Very prompt n attentive service too. Apart from set meals, they also offer interesting dishes at higher-end prices. Eg we had their grilled miso eggplant. They also serve omakase.

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• 01 Feb 2015 • 23 reviews • 0 follower

Gem

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I was here today for the first time. It Is a Sunday, lunch time. Great stuff - quality set meals at reasonable prices. We had their sushi set n their mentaiko grilled fish set. The salad n chawanmuahi which were part of the set meals were good. Their set meal prices are similar to those mass market jap restaurants like s---- sushi, but are of much better quality n ambiance. Very prompt n attentive service too. Apart from set meals, they also offer interesting dishes at higher-end prices. Eg we had their grilled miso eggplant. They also serve omakase.
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• 12 Nov 2014 • 67 reviews • 3 followers

Nice lunch bento

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http://missneverfull.com/?s=fukuichi

A lot of choices for lunch bentos, all are pocket friendly.Chirashi set $16 Tempura set $20, comes with salad,chawanmushi, sides and ice cream. a la carte Kani tofu is amazing.

While the service quite blur. Do remember to make reservation if you want to come for lunch.
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• 14 Jul 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

omakase dining

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Well to be frank, it's not the best with the price paid. But the chef had put in efforts to whip up a course nonetheless. The sashimi is obviously the best out if the 8 course.
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