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Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant

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Address: #03-15/16, UE Square, 81 Clemenceau Avenue, 239917

 

Shin Minori (translated as New Harvest in English) Japanese Restaurant is a restaurant offering quality Japanese food at affordable prices. Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant sources for the freshest food from a wide range of suppliers to recreate the flavors of Japan. Diners can choose from an extensive ala-carte Japanese buffet menu, experiencing 5 star treatments at a very affordable price.

 

Let the celebrations begin! It’s time to share in the New Harvest at Shin Minori @ UE Square, a Japanese Ala-Carte buffet restaurant where you can enjoy a harvest of more than 140 items of sashimi, sushi, tempura, sumiyaki, teppanyaki, pizza etc. from just $29 onwards.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 67332272
$37 based on 60 submissions
Children/Family (12 votes), Dinner (10 votes), Buffet (9 votes)

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Wonderful ala carte buffet

Don't be fooled by the poor HGW score. My group went on a Saturday for lunch. They honored my friends free buffet lunch deal (which ends in April). Staff were pleasant and polite. Food was  really great and served fast. the sashimi were fresh and each serving was generous. We loved the pumpkin chawanmushi. The Kushi-age were also good. We enjoyed the meal and will definitely come again. 

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• 29 Jul 2015 • 144 reviews • 0 follower

Decent Ala Carte Buffet

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The ambience here was indeed much better than other Japanese restaurants. Service was average. However, the buffet selection were boring and the food were decent quality. 


Their normal chawanmushi and pumpkin chawanmushi were probably the worst chawanmushi that we had.. They look plain, tasted very bland with totally no broth inside and with miserable piece of prawn inside.




Another disappointing part is - For this price of $39++ on a Sat dinner, they can't even include green tea in it. We still have to pay extra for the tea. Most Japanese buffet include many types of drinks, hence I find $39++ per pax = Total bill of $94.16 for 2 pax including green tea was overpriced for the buffet selection as not a single food here can impress us. Even Shin Kushiya tasted much better than the food here. You can try this place if you don't mind just very decent food but at a better ambience. For this price, I expect high quality food.
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• 05 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

long wait for food

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Waited for almost 1 HOUR for our lunch sets, this is wasting me time, there're not many people here actually, I'll never come here for lunch anymore!
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• 25 Apr 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Wonderful ala carte buffet

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Don't be fooled by the poor HGW score. My group went on a Saturday for lunch. They honored my friends free buffet lunch deal (which ends in April). Staff were pleasant and polite. Food was  really great and served fast. the sashimi were fresh and each serving was generous. We loved the pumpkin chawanmushi. The Kushi-age were also good. We enjoyed the meal and will definitely come again. 
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