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Megumi Japanese Restaurant (Sunset Way)

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This comfortable restaurant serves a wide selection of Japanese cuisine, including premium sashimi airflown from Japan.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 67791411
$27 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (3 votes)
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Salmon don

My salmon sashimi fix. Same price with Sushi Tei, the salmon don here is quantitatively more, and qualitatively better.

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• 21 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Salmon don

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My salmon sashimi fix. Same price with Sushi Tei, the salmon don here is quantitatively more, and qualitatively better.
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• 04 Apr 2013 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Yes to Udon Lunch!

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One of my colleagues mentioned this place many times before and since he had the car we head this way for lunch today.  Following my colleague’s recommendation I ordered the ‘Gyu Udon‘ (beef). This was a huge portion but well trained as I am I still finished it up in no time. The soup was your typical udon broth but infused entirely with beefy flavor. It wasn’t cleared so there were clouds of protein and meat fibre floating on the surface but that added extra aroma and so was no show stopper. The noodles were plenty but just cooked a minute too long so I missed the usual udon chewiness. The beef was super lean and tasted great and beefy just the texture was quiet soft, like tenderized. I’m pretty glad we finally made it out here, another satisfying lunch option found.

For the full review and pictures please check out the article on my blog:
http://getmygrubon.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/megumi-sunset-way-singapore/

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• 08 Apr 2012 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

African Ebi Tempura, Poor service confirmed

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Finally managed to get a table at this busy restaurant today. Reservations made 1 week ago. Elusive!

With so much effort just to get a table, we were really looking forward to a good dining experience.

Alas! It is not meant to be.

Son ordered some Kids Meal platter that came with 2 Ebi Tempura. Easily the most badly deep fried Ebi Tempura we have came across. Over used oil, tempura was dark brown in colour!

Other dishes ordered were forgettable.

Empty dishes were left uncleared from our table. Clarification with certain food served was met with impatient responses.

NO WAY I will be trying out this place again. Impossibly hard to get even a table. Lousy service. Forgettable food. Enough is enough.

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