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Akanoya Robatayaki

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Address: #01-01, Orchard Parade Hotel, 1 Tanglin Road, 247905
Akanoya Robatayaki offers a fresh selection of seaoof, meat and vegetables that will be charcoal grilled by the chefs upon order.

Daily: 18:30 - 01:30

+65 67321866
$183 based on 32 submissions
Dinner (14 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (12 votes), After Work (7 votes)

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High End Robatayaki

Akanoya is a place to impress. The pricey restaurant offers well-executed robatayaki using high quality ingredients. The restaurant has no menu, so one picks from whatever is on offer -  but buyers be aware given that there is no pricing, the cost of the meal can easily escalate.

During my last visit, we started with the Tebasaki ($8 each) which was grilled to perfection with the chicken meat melting in my mouth. One is certainly not enough.

Another grilled item to try is the Omi Gyu($40 each), four cubes of wagyu beef done lightly with some salt.

Next I tried the Hotate ($25 each) - a large scallop in wine sauce. Tasty but pricey.

Also from the seafood offerings that day was the Yaki Ika ($24), grilled squid which was tender with no "fishy" after taste. Also another must try here.

Finally, they have some giant tiger prawns ($16 each). A little on the tough side but I had to try it as I have not seen tiger prawns at this size.

For the fish of the day, it was the Nodokuro ($84), or grilled rosy seabass. Crispy skin and firm meat. Good stuff.

Washed down the meal with the Asari Misoshiru ($10), clam soup that had a nice after taste.

Overall, a great experience, ideal for impressing the date or a business client.




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• 20 Aug 2015 • 2050 reviews • 262 followers

High End Robatayaki

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Akanoya is a place to impress. The pricey restaurant offers well-executed robatayaki using high quality ingredients. The restaurant has no menu, so one picks from whatever is on offer -  but buyers be aware given that there is no pricing, the cost of the meal can easily escalate.

During my last visit, we started with the Tebasaki ($8 each) which was grilled to perfection with the chicken meat melting in my mouth. One is certainly not enough.

Another grilled item to try is the Omi Gyu($40 each), four cubes of wagyu beef done lightly with some salt.

Next I tried the Hotate ($25 each) - a large scallop in wine sauce. Tasty but pricey.

Also from the seafood offerings that day was the Yaki Ika ($24), grilled squid which was tender with no "fishy" after taste. Also another must try here.

Finally, they have some giant tiger prawns ($16 each). A little on the tough side but I had to try it as I have not seen tiger prawns at this size.

For the fish of the day, it was the Nodokuro ($84), or grilled rosy seabass. Crispy skin and firm meat. Good stuff.

Washed down the meal with the Asari Misoshiru ($10), clam soup that had a nice after taste.

Overall, a great experience, ideal for impressing the date or a business client.




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• 14 Oct 2013 • 126 reviews • 3 followers

Best Robotayaki Restaurant

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For a full run-down of my dining experience (yes, the post is really long and detailed), please visit: http://foodiepink.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/akanoya-robotayaki-restaurant-orchard-parade-hotel/

Enjoy :)
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• 10 Jun 2013 • 32 reviews • 0 follower

best robatayaki in town

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This is perhaps the best found if I am going for robatayaki meal. Ambience is perfect - just like the 'noise' or repeat order said aloud. The setting reminds me of my 3 yrs' stay in Japan - authentic food n decor. The beef is perfect n many others. Like the garlic rice with no taste of bitterness. Will be back soon though its kinda pricey.
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