Mon to Sun: 11.30am - 02.00pm, 06.00pm - 11.00pm
This tiny restaurant keeps diners happy with an extensive selection of fresh Japanese cuisine, available from an a la carte buffet menu. The sashimi is a big draw and there are plenty of standards such as tempura and yakitori to keep the gastric juices flowing.
Finally here after many failed attempts! True to majority of the reviews this is recommended if you're looking for an affordable place for your sashimi and sushi fix. I love the quaint setting of this Japanese restaurant, and the service was good.
p/s: Ikoi over Irodori for now ;)
First off I would like to do a shout out to Seth lui. Where has your food connosieurship gone ? Down the drain like the food and money I spent at ikoi?
This place is terrible.
For those reading this for a decision : don't go here.
The sashimi isn't fresh
The tempura batter is terrible like MacDonald's and bland
The Miso soup is bland
The chawanmushi is like soya bean but no sugar
The handroll is more like rice roll. Might as well serve me rice.
The shishamo is dry a.f .
The green tea was slow to be refilled and they were only 70% full
The wasabi was some cream base that was my last straw.
End of the road for this place and the hotel that houses it. Seriously even sakae tastes better
For those cheapass Singaporeans $42 is a good deal for all u can eat buffet. So go try it.
For the rest of u who found this place by searching for "best sashimi in singapore" , don't . unless u like feeling #ill come back for u son but never did and left you all alone at golden mile at 4 years old" disappointed feeling.
First Impression: The restaurant clearly attempts to cut corners. Wasabi is not freshly ground; instead imitation wasabi is used. Food: Sashimi was, on the whole, average. Although the salmon was relatively fresh, however the rest of the sashimi (mekajiki/swordfish or tuna) were only mediocre. Katsu curry race seems to have came out from an elementary school canteen. We acknowledge that, being a buffet style restaurant, the kitchen may want to save costs by decreasing portion size. However, the portions given were ridiculously microscopic: the tonkatsu was only the size of one's pinkie finger! Service: Absolutely off putting. It is Ironic that a sign states: we would try every effort to serve you better, but when we wanted To order an ala carte clear soup, they didn't understand. The waiters here are either filipino or native Chinese, so most do not have a acceptable grasp of English. Strangely it seems like speaking Chinese in a Japanese restaurant is a greater asset than Japanese itself.