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(Closed) Minoru Restaurant

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Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 67758879
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Good Quality Japanese Food in Low Profile Area

If our friends did not take us there, we would not have walked in to the restaurant. After that dinner with friends, we became a regular customers at the place because we have never seen the sushi with the thick slice of fish.

Most of the dishes are good and tasty. Unfortunately due to the enblock of the building, the owner will go to his retirement period in the middle of next year!

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• 26 Dec 2011 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Good Quality Japanese Food in Low Profile Area

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If our friends did not take us there, we would not have walked in to the restaurant. After that dinner with friends, we became a regular customers at the place because we have never seen the sushi with the thick slice of fish.

Most of the dishes are good and tasty. Unfortunately due to the enblock of the building, the owner will go to his retirement period in the middle of next year!

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• 08 Nov 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

spoilt dinner

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My family has eaten in this outlet several times. We like the warm cosy ambience that has almost a feel of been in Japan. Certain of the food are our favourites eg sashimi usually very fresh and the beef fillet pan fried with lots of garlic.

However, our last trip to the restaurant last week was marred by a group of 4-5 extremely noisy drinkers who were speaking loudly and vulgarly. One of the drinkers appear to be a staff? or a manager? It was totally disturbing to eat in that environment.. we ate quickly and left... uncertain if we dare go again anytime soon.
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• 06 Jul 2009 • 239 reviews • 97 followers

It's Packed During Lunch !

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It's been quite sometime since I've been to this well hidden Jap restaurant. By lunch time...it's packed to the brim on most days !

I had the assorted Tempura set aka mixed fried prawns and vegetables + rice and miso soup.

I would say taste wise is fairly good...could be better especially the prawns that wasn't crispy enough..must be the tempura flour...but hey...I don't think I should complain much as good Jap restaurants are pretty rare around this area !
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