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Address: 77 Boat Quay
Being an unpretentious, casual and authentic Japanese Tapas restaurant, Katanashi brings to Singaporeans the warm hospitality and excellent service standard of Japan to Singapore, while serving great value Japanese Tapas.

Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 11:30

+65 65330490
$24 based on 11 submissions
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Came here for dinner and drinks with a couple of friends on a weekday night. Food was not bad. However, portion is small so this is not the place to go if you want to have a filling dinner. Katanashi Fried Chicken was really good though it's quite pricey at $2.40 per piece if I didn't remember wrongly. I really liked the curry menchi and cheese hanpen too. Beef carparccio and tuna tataki were good too. The most disappointing of all was yaki udon. I felt that the noodles were overcooked. 

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• 31 Jan 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Place

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Came here for dinner and drinks with a couple of friends on a weekday night. Food was not bad. However, portion is small so this is not the place to go if you want to have a filling dinner. Katanashi Fried Chicken was really good though it's quite pricey at $2.40 per piece if I didn't remember wrongly. I really liked the curry menchi and cheese hanpen too. Beef carparccio and tuna tataki were good too. The most disappointing of all was yaki udon. I felt that the noodles were overcooked. 
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• 25 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome little place

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Been there a few times, they never fail to always put a smile on your face. Service staff are ever so friendly and attentive.

Food has a nice authentic taste to it and its fresh.
Food that I've tried:
Daigaku Imo: Glazed sweet potato with ice cream. Done ever so nicely
King of Cream Cheese: The blend of cream cheese and honey is done so nicely!
Maguro Tataki: Seared Tuna. Fresh with a tangy jelly sauce.
Potato Crequeete: Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside.
Salmon Gohan: This dish rocks. Hot bowl, butter, mentaiki, salmon and rice all mixed up. I could have easily ordered 2 of these.

Do call for a reservation. It's pretty popular on the weekends.
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• 13 Oct 2014 • 43 reviews • 0 follower

Katanashi @ Boat Quay - Japanese styled tapas

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For my full review --> shauneeie

A gem of a find in the heart of boat quay. That japanese styled ambience with really good traditional japanese tapas. Portions are really small so its best to order more. Good for a group of not more than 4. I'd recommend the Hanpen Cheese and Scorched Salmon.

 
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