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(Closed) En Japanese Dining Bar (Millenia Walk)

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This Japanese bar has an extensive menu of Japanese cocktails and appetiser dishes, such as sashimi, yakitori, salad and even light desserts. Great for unwinding over a few hours.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 63334755
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Free Flow Premium Sashimi in the Shabu Shabu Buffet ROCKS!

I love the free flow premium sashimi! The salads are fantastic as well, and the meat served for Shabu shabu is super tender too. Call for reservations and check if they are running on full first, as food quality, presentation and service is terrible when they are full. Do check out my blog for a full review. http://www.chanchop.com/1/post/2013/11/best-valued-japanese-buffet-en-dining.html

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  • Sashimi1 vote
  • Sashimi, Caesar Salad, Pitan Toufu1 vote
  • Wagyu beef est $17, for 10 cubes1 vote
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• 19 Nov 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Free Flow Premium Sashimi in the Shabu Shabu Buffet ROCKS!

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I love the free flow premium sashimi! The salads are fantastic as well, and the meat served for Shabu shabu is super tender too. Call for reservations and check if they are running on full first, as food quality, presentation and service is terrible when they are full. Do check out my blog for a full review. http://www.chanchop.com/1/post/2013/11/best-valued-japanese-buffet-en-dining.html
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• 17 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Amazing service but not much variety for its price

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I've to say, I'm not a big eater. Buffets are not my kind, because I don't eat a lot - I can eat a lot of small meals though. This buffet costs me around $60 for two - mind you that's after 1-1 discount! :O So, if you think you can eat really well, I suggest heading here.   The plus point is that the staff here are REALLY FRIENDLY. I have to give 2 thumbs up for their staff service - all the 3 staff who served us were so nice! It's things like these that makes you appreciate and want to come back for more!   The cons is that the menu isn't really extensive - food were actually pretty limited. Usual japanese food like eels, soft shell crabs were not seen in the menu. But you can expect beef and pork shabu shabu and really fresh sashimi!

For photos, you may wish to check out http://cherrycheong.blogspot.sg/2013/06/en-dining-japanese-sushi-millenia-walk.html
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• 12 May 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Ala Carte Buffet does not work!

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The whole point about getting your money's worth in ala carte buffet is that service must be prompt. Otherwise, it does not work and customers feel "cheated" by the "delay tactic". The restaurant is fairly new, small place on level 3 Parco. When we got there, they were 70% full and we left 2 hours later feeling we have not had enough. The food was actually quite good, above average but the lack of staff spoiled the dining experience. The staff tried very hard but if you are going to have ala carte buffet, then you need sufficient staff to take orders and bring the food. Despite the popr experience, we liked the beef shabu shabu and ceaser's salad with onsen egg.
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