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Azmaya

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Azmaya is a Japanese restaurant which offers authentic Japanese shabu shabu dining experience. Located by the river at Robertson Walk, its chill ambience is suitable for family and social gatherings.

 

Azmaya serves grade A5 Wagyu directly imported from Japan. Its signature special menu item, Hokkaido Snow Dome Shabu Shabu (soya bean milk based soup topped with creamy meringue) is the first in Singapore and a must try when you visit Azmaya!

Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 01:00

Fri - Sat: 17:00 - 04:00

Sun: 17:00 - 01:00

+65 67376863
$40 based on 23 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Buffet (4 votes)
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Authentic Japanese Shabu Shabu in Singapore

Loved their super fresh and thinly sliced wagyu beef here. It's definitely a must try!

Others worth a try are their sashimi platter which is equally fresh and also their grilled squid.

Full review here: http://ilovedawn00.blogspot.sg/2014/09/food-review-azmaya-shabu-shabu.html  

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  • Wagyu Beef4 votes
  • Snowdome Soup2 votes
  • bbq1 vote
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• 25 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Dishonest

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Hi,
 
 I bought vouchers for Azmaya and tried to make reservations but it seems that they will choose if they want to take the reservation. The lady that took my call today asked me how I got to the know restaurant and what is the value of the voucher. This is the first time I encountered such questions when making reservations. Once I answered her questions, she just told me they are fully booked.
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• 22 Feb 2015 • 20 reviews • 3 followers

pricey but good

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Azmaya at Robertson Quay is worth going, but as is most shabu shabu, its a bit pricey. Also in the typical Japanese restaurant in Singapore style, it has far too many menus and can be a bit confusing. The waiters are nearly all Japanese, and I agree with previous reviewers there is a grumpy one, but there are also 2 very personable ones. The food is quite lovely, and the portions are generous enough. For a table of 7, we ordered 4 shabu shabu sets and 1 extra plate of meat and were all quite satisfied. Next time we might try the cooked food.
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• 14 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

service sucks

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Service sucks. We booked a table for 6 in advance and they let us squeeze into a table that only fit 4. The pot is alrdy so small. How to have 6 people sharing. When we express our displease, they showed no interest in finding an alternate solution. We just walked off the restaurant. They did not send us off by apologizing but started talking amongst themselves. No stars fr them but that was the minimum I have to give.
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