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Saboten (Changi Airport Terminal 1)

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Saboten is a restaurant that specializes in Japanese cuisine. A must try is the restaurant's tonkatsu - a Japanese dish consisting of fried pork loin coated in golden breadcrumbs.

Daily: 07:00 - 23:00

+65 62149504
$24 based on 46 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Lunch (6 votes), After Work (5 votes)
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Good service, great food and really one of the better japanese places in singapore. Too bad it's tucked away at the airport. Ambience is good as well. Only problem is their matcha ice cream. Was undergoing crystallisation. Other than that, not much of an issue.

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  • Hunwari Tenderloin Katsudon4 votes
  • cabbage starters3 votes
  • Tenderloin Katsu2 votes
  • Irodori combo meal1 vote
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• 01 Sep 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Great service and food

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Good service, great food and really one of the better japanese places in singapore. Too bad it's tucked away at the airport. Ambience is good as well. Only problem is their matcha ice cream. Was undergoing crystallisation. Other than that, not much of an issue.
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• 18 Apr 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious tonkatsu! Lots of privacy as the back of the seats were high.

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The shredded cabbage was delicious! Free flow of green tea/water, rice and miso soup. Waiter will explain which plates are for what and which sauce to use.
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  • cabbage,matcha icecream,radish tenderloin,loinkatsudon,tenderloin katsu curry,humari tenderloin
• 02 Mar 2014 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

My favorite katsu spot!

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For details, http://gingybite.blogspot.sg/2014/02/saboten.html
Personally, I love the katsu here, and I found the  Irodori combo meal most interesting. You get to choose a combination of katsu that goes to your plate! One of my favorite was ratatouille katsu. The shredded cabbage served was free flow too, it was refreshing and easily got rid of the greasiness on yuur tongue after all the fried food.
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  • chicken katsu sandwhich

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