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Kunio Tokuoka

Asian, Japanese

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8 votes

66863633
$253 based on 5 reviews
Savour Japanese haute cuisine at kunio tokouka. The restaurant extends far beyond the flavor of the food and its presentation on the plate. It also encompasses such aspects as reflecting the changing seasons, tea ceremony and spirit of the serving dishes used. See what foodies like this place for
Bu Pun Su • 02 Mar 20129 reviews 1 followers


 
Kunio Tokuoka is arguably one of the most respected chefs in Japan, in particular in the field of traditional kaiseki. This should be no wonder as he’s the 3rd generation chef of a legendary Kyoto kaiseki restaurant called Kitcho. When he decided to open his first ever restaurant outside Japan a couple years ago, it created a stir among many Japanese food lovers in Singapore. It went both ways: it’s exciting to know that a legendary chef opening...

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    Bu Pun Su • 02 Mar 20129 reviews 1 followers


     
    Kunio Tokuoka is arguably one of the most respected chefs in Japan, in particular in the field of traditional kaiseki. This should be no wonder as he’s the 3rd generation chef of a legendary Kyoto kaiseki restaurant called Kitcho. When he decided to open his first ever restaurant outside Japan a couple years ago, it created a stir among many Japanese food lovers in Singapore. It went both ways: it’s exciting to know that a legendary chef opening...

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    Karen Lo • 10 Oct 20105 reviews 0 followers

    I had been hearing a lot about the new Japanese restaurant on Sentosa. It seems that everything that I heard was expensive!!! But when I took a look at their website, I saw that they have a 4 course meal for $120. So my girlfriend and I decided to head over to check it out.
     
    I lived in Japan for 8 years and really love Japanese food. I know there is a lot of Japanese food here, but the...

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    Fair Food • 10 Oct 20101 reviews 0 followers

    A group of eight of us recently went to Kunio Tokuoka. In front of the restaurant, there is a big picture of the chef Kunio Tokuoka and the names of the two restaurants in Japan where he works as the head chef which earned Michelin stars. One is Kitcho which earned three Michelin stars.
     
    There are three levels of kaiseki courses here. One is $300, one is $450, one is $700. We ordered the $450 course menu. Since the...

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