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Kuriya Dining (Great World City)

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Kuriya Dining is a Japanese restaurant that serves authentic Japanese cuisine at attractive prices.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 67360888
$81 based on 48 submissions
Dinner (22 votes), Lunch (18 votes), Quiet (17 votes)
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Japanese fine dining

My favourite fine dining restaurant for Japanese food. Everything is top notch here from the food, ambiance right down to service. I particularly like the sashimis here as it is super fresh. Pricey but worth it!

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• 04 Dec 2014 • 96 reviews • 0 follower

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My favourite fine dining restaurant for Japanese food. Everything is top notch here from the food, ambiance right down to service. I particularly like the sashimis here as it is super fresh. Pricey but worth it!
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• 17 Sep 2014 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

Fresh and substantial Lunch set

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The chirashi lunch set came in ab two tier box. Bottom layer rice with a layer of seafood and the top box with more seafood and no rice. ingredients were fresh and tasty. Not mushy at all. On top on the rice was salmon egg, flying fish roe, white bait, small fish fillet and steamed egg. the top box had the best seafood: sweet prawn, a piece for yellowtail, tuna. and tuna paste, however it didn't come cheap at $68 including tax per serving.
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• 26 Dec 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Jap foods good for value!

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I visited this restaurant for a really casual dining (ordered very little as we were already quite full) and boy i was impressed!!!

I ordered a set that cost $26.90 and it included 2 tempura snow crab legs, cod fish, chawanmushi, 5large pieces of salmon sashimi, 2 cheesy scallops(yum!), miso soup, seaweed.

Also ordered breaded shisashmo which IMO was perfect to taste! Not greasy when eating. Just crispy heaven.

What I didnt like was the massive load of MSG in the soup. I became very thirsty even till next day.

I will definitely return for more good. It is very good for value. I ended up buying a big pack of sashimi home and it was fresh and delicious.
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