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Teppei Japanese Restaurant

Asian, Japanese

91%100%

54 votes

62227363

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

$54 based on 30 reviews
This counter-only seating Japanese restaurant offers ala carte and omakase meals for lunch and dinner. Choose from a variety of fresh seafood and vegetables that are deep fried a la minute. See what foodies like this place for
shauneeie • 08 Nov 201425 reviews 0 followers

Teppi has been taking Singapore by storm recently and after months of waiting finally got the chance to savor Japanese omakase at such an affordable price. Omakase dining simply means letting the chef decide your menu for the day, whipping up food which he feels like serving.

Find out the dining experience on my post @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2014/11/teppei-tanjong-pagar.html

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shauneeie • 08 Nov 201425 reviews 0 followers

Teppi has been taking Singapore by storm recently and after months of waiting finally got the chance to savor Japanese omakase at such an affordable price. Omakase dining simply means letting the chef decide your menu for the day, whipping up food which he feels like serving.

Find out the dining experience on my post @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2014/11/teppei-tanjong-pagar.html

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wenz521 • 10 Oct 201497 reviews 8 followers

3rd tim being there and had the same order - Bara Chirashi Don. But this time round, I have added minced tuna belly.

Standard still the same, genrious portion at reasonable price. Unbeatable!

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Celine Asril • 19 Sep 2014292 reviews 13 followers

The dinner omakase has upped its price from $40/$50/$60 to $60/$80 per person, keeping the value, though lessening the excitement a little - no longer is this the cheapest omakase in town (Title goes next door, at Teppei-owned Hana Hana). Expect the chefs to still ply you with little plates and skewers of quality, well-prepped foods, including the famed barachirashi. The marinate/soy sauce is dark and thicker than usual, raw fish in big fat chunks and you'll still get really full. Now to get on their four-month waiting list.

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