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Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant (ZhongShan Mall)

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Address: #01-16, ZhongShan Mall, 20 Ah Hood Road, 329984

Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant live to serve everyone better each day. We take our service and food quality very seriously and take pride in having created and preserved, for the past 32 years as an original Japanese dining experience in Singapore giving Japanese food connoisseurs to enjoy our typical Kanto cuisine delivered in the casual yet elegant Izakaya style setting.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 22:30

+65 67348850
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Fine Japanese food but rather expensive

We did have good experience at Kotobuki Zhong Shan Mall. 
Ordered Salmon Sashimi and Salmon belly sushi to try and it turns out really good. But price is a bit deep if compare to others like Salmon belly sushi (contains 2 pcs) is $10. I tend to try Ramen but just ended up with Yellow Tail Sushi. 

Ambience wise, it's nicely decorated, quiet and waiters are serving well quietly. 

They have 10% Discount on UOB Card when I visited. 

I would love to go there again to try Grilled and Ramen. 

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• 25 Jan 2016 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Fine Japanese food but rather expensive

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We did have good experience at Kotobuki Zhong Shan Mall. 
Ordered Salmon Sashimi and Salmon belly sushi to try and it turns out really good. But price is a bit deep if compare to others like Salmon belly sushi (contains 2 pcs) is $10. I tend to try Ramen but just ended up with Yellow Tail Sushi. 

Ambience wise, it's nicely decorated, quiet and waiters are serving well quietly. 

They have 10% Discount on UOB Card when I visited. 

I would love to go there again to try Grilled and Ramen. 
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• 28 Dec 2015 • 38 reviews • 0 follower

Decent Japanese Restaurant

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I really liked the overall ambiance in the restaurant and the service was alright. 

Although prices of the food and drinks were a little on the high side, food tasted alright! Not a bad place for dinner!

They also have some promotion at the time I visited, so look out for promos on their website!

Please leave a like at my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/zacbhl if you find this review useful! Thank you!

Full review with pictures, prices and ratings at - http://zacbhl.blogspot.sg/2015/12/kotobuki.html

Zacbhl : Born and raised in Singapore. Foodie, blogger, critic.
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• 29 Aug 2014 • 153 reviews • 2 followers

Surprisingly good Japanese food. Better than benchmark

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For pictures: http://hungryinsingapore.wordpress.com/2014/01/13/kotobuki/

I am usually skeptical of Japanese restaurants like this but this proved otherwise. It was quite authentic to true Japanese style and the cooking was homely and good. The selection of raw fish isn't big but they are adequate and fresh.

I usually order the sashimi don and the best fish is the hamachi (yellow tail) which was fatty enough. 

I do like their cooked dishes too and they used to have a daily bento but not anymore.

Generally I think the standard here is better than sushi tei and is a hidden find!


There's 20% off during lunch on weekdays and before 7pm.

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