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(Closed) Akashi Japanese Restaurant (Vivocity)

Asian, Japanese

69%100%

35 votes

63769972

Daily: 11:30 - 23:00

Vivocity
$31 based on 31 reviews

Akashi Japanese Restaurant serves sushi, sashimi, bento, noodle and other dishes.

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Rockers • 25 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

Visited the restaurant for dinner yesterday as it was my first time dining there. The variety of food for Don & Udons were very limited and we ended up ordering Yaki Meshi (fried rice) and Shake Zousui (porridge) for the two of us. On top of that, we got Tobiko Gunkan and Ebi Sushi.
 
The quality of our main courses were great, but the portion for both were small. Did not expect myself to order the porridge (due to...

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  • Dinner10 votes
  • Lunch10 votes
  • Business Dining5 votes
  • Quiet5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Children/Family4 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering4 votes
  • Romance/First Dates3 votes

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Rockers • 25 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

Visited the restaurant for dinner yesterday as it was my first time dining there. The variety of food for Don & Udons were very limited and we ended up ordering Yaki Meshi (fried rice) and Shake Zousui (porridge) for the two of us. On top of that, we got Tobiko Gunkan and Ebi Sushi.
 
The quality of our main courses were great, but the portion for both were small. Did not expect myself to order the porridge (due to...

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The Hungry Bunny • 13 Aug 2014554 reviews 21 followers

For more reviews, please see http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/07/akashi-japanese-restaurant-vivocity.html 
 
When held up against Sushi Tei (the market leader in mid-range, mass-market Japanese chain restaurants, in my opinion), Akashi does distinguish itself with a few standouts, and occasionally levels up on par. Also, I find Akashi best at their cooked foodstuffs set meals offerings, as these are most value-for-money.
 
We had:
 
1) Ebi Tempura Maki No Pitan Zoe ($5.80): a fusion of Japanese and Chinese flavours, with a fried breadcrumbed...

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runningman • 25 May 2014313 reviews 54 followers

Full Akashi Japanese Restaurant review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/05/akashi-japanese-restaurant.html 
 
 
Operating under the Akashi Group of restaurants, Akashi Japanese Restaurant focuses on serving fresh, high quality sushi, sashimi, and Japanese shabu shabu at decent prices.
 
Ambience at Akashi Japanese Restaurant is casual and comfortable, with decor in the Japanese style... quite zen. Wood and panelling is prominent throughout. Part of the appeal is the sushi bar, where you can watch chefs prepare the fresh sushi and sashimi!
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