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Melody Ju

Nice lunch bento

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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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12 Nov 2014 • 26 reviews • 0 follower

Nice lunch bento

http://melodyju.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/fukuichi-japanese-dining/

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.
14 Jul 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

omakase dining

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.
Fukuichi
30 May 2014 • 281 reviews • 21 followers

Great All Round Japanese Dining

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Located in Triple One Somerset, Fukuichi is slightly out of the way from the major traffic on Orchard Road. Little Devil, I and a guest visited Fukuichi on a Sunday and the Triple One Somerset is not very crowded. There were ample parking space in the building. From our seating, we actually have a glimpse of the Sushi Bar, which was well occupied that day.   We started our meal with Yasai Stick (($8) and Tatami Iwashi ($9). The Yasai Stick is combination of raw vegetables with miso paste. The vegetables were chilled, so it remain fresh and crunchy. The miso paste is average, not the better ones. Meanwhile the Tatami Iwashi (Baby Japanese Anchovy) is light and crispy. Good appetizer.   The Sashimi Moriawase (Jyo - $78) next to appear. It is the premium assorted cuts consist of swordfish, salmon belly, tuna, scallops, yellow tail and sweet prawns. The cuts are smooth, fresh and good in size.   Next we have the Sushi Moriawase ($35) and Shake Aburi Maki ($22), which consist of salmon, scallop, sweet prawn, fish roe, unagi, tuna, swordfish, tamago and mini roll of tuna. The spread of the sushi selection is very good. The rice taste just nice, not lumpy and well balance vinegar taste. Shake Aburi Maki is a seared salmon roll. It seems that seared sushi are in trend at the moment, and the seared salmon just melts in your mouth. Foodgasm? Almost, but not there yet.   For the cook food section, we proceed ordered Tako Karaage ($12), Niku Fagura Sauce ($35), Hiyashi Gyomen ($12) & Kaisen Zousui ($16). Tako Karaage or deep fried octopus was juicy, tender with a slight springy texture. It is not chewy and goes well lemon and mayonaise. Niku Fagura Sauce is grilled beef cube with foie gras sauce. The beef cube is tender, grilled to medium rare. It is juicy and tender, but the creamy foie gras sauce is just amazing. Yum Yum, definite foodgasm!!   To continue your Fukuichi food journey with Chubby Botak Koala, click here.   Service here is very friendly and attentive. The service staff even told us to stop ordering, as she was worried that we might ordered to much.   Compliment to Chef John Phua for the excellent food and his friendliness. He even took time to post for the photo below. Thanks Chef!!   Overall, we totally have a memorable dining experience dining in Fukuichi. The food is excellent in terms of freshness, quality and taste. Price is very reasonable. You get what you paid for. Our final bill was $348.40 inclusive GST and service tax. We look forward to our next visit. Kassai!!! Cheers!!