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Japanese Gourmet Town (Vivocity)

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Located at Vivocity, Japanese Gourmet Town offers three different Japanese brands within one shop - Botejyu from Osaka, Yoshimi from Hokkaido, and Ajisen from Kyushu. Customers can get to enjoy different Japanese dishes from different areas of Japan.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 62249690
$18 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Children/Family (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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Good beef steak as always, but what was my beef?

Had a beef steak (hot plate with rice). I typically enjoy this place's hot plate beef, succulent with accompanying sweet dark sauce and veges. After a few months of not visiting the restaurant, i realise the beef slices have shrunk considerably. Are we talking about the 35% increase in food prices overall? Is this why? No change to the juiciness and texture, just a lot smaller beef portions.

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• 16 Mar 2015 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

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Japanese Gourmet Town started out as a place where one can try a different variety of Japanese food. However, over time, the place has now focused on the Ajisen ramen brand with some add ons.

At a recent visit, I went with the ramen set lunch and I picked the premium items of fried prawns with mayonaisse. Unfortunatley, I found the batter of the prawns to be a little on the tough side and a bit chewy.

As for the ramen, I went with the regular shoyu soup base. The soup base was okay but the char siu was a little tough. Noodles had a good level of balance in level of its "spring".

Given the many new ramen options around, the food here unfortunately did not meet up to my expectations and I am unlikely to return.
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• 18 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Why the f*** is everyone starting to charge for water. What the f***. Seriously. What the f***. Seriously. Not cool. What the f***.
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  • Whynofreewater
• 07 Feb 2012 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Good beef steak as always, but what was my beef?

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Had a beef steak (hot plate with rice). I typically enjoy this place's hot plate beef, succulent with accompanying sweet dark sauce and veges. After a few months of not visiting the restaurant, i realise the beef slices have shrunk considerably. Are we talking about the 35% increase in food prices overall? Is this why? No change to the juiciness and texture, just a lot smaller beef portions.

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