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Kensai Kitchen brings Japanese home cooking style in Singapore. Kensai Kitchen promises a totally satisfying, value-for-money dining experience with their one all-inclusive price that allows you to take your pick from an eat-all-you-can buffet of around 15 different items and a free-flow drinks bar offering at reasonable rate.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 17:00

Daily: 17:30 - 23:00

+65 63375105
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Kensai Kitchen is a franchise from Japan that offers healthy Japanese home cooking.

At $19.90++ for lunch and $24.90++ for dinner, one gets to pick from a Japanese buffet spread. Start with the salmon sashimi before going for some of their recommended home made items such as the Dashimaki, a multi layered grilled egg and Nikujaga, a beef stew with potatoes and onion cooked in soya sauce.

Whilst taste of the food may not be strong, the authenticity is retained from its Japanese roots to create what one would get in a homely Japanese kitchen.

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• 03 Feb 2014 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

Healthy Japanese Cooking

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Kensai Kitchen is a franchise from Japan that offers healthy Japanese home cooking.

At $19.90++ for lunch and $24.90++ for dinner, one gets to pick from a Japanese buffet spread. Start with the salmon sashimi before going for some of their recommended home made items such as the Dashimaki, a multi layered grilled egg and Nikujaga, a beef stew with potatoes and onion cooked in soya sauce.

Whilst taste of the food may not be strong, the authenticity is retained from its Japanese roots to create what one would get in a homely Japanese kitchen.
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• 03 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worse than mediocre restaurant.

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More expensive and worse than tampopo.  Lack of variety in choices. There are much better options in Liang Court. Wrong place to open a below average Japanese restaurant where there are much more stellar choices.
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