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(Closed) Moonstone Yakitori Sake Bar

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Get a bird’s eye view by reserving a seat at the bar counter and enjoy a perfect picture postcard of the panoramic view below while sipping a glass of delectable sake and savouring an assortment of grilled bites that makes an experience simply divine.

Mon - Thu: 16:30 - 23:30

Fri - Sat: 16:30 - 01:30

PH: 16:30 - 01:30

Closed: Sun

+65 62760609
$48 based on 24 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (7 votes), After Work (6 votes), View/Scenery (6 votes)
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A great place for chill out evening!!

Cool breeze in our faces, sipping a Chilean Merlot while nibbling on grilled chicken wing (tebasaki) and pork belly (butabara) and soaking up the hilltop view of harbourfront, Sentosa and Pulau Bukom...  This is not our first time at Moonstone Yakitori Sake Bar and it ain't our last for sure!  Each visit is still as enchanting as the first.  The food's not quite the best - but it's a bit more than acceptable.  The wine was decent, not exceptional.  But the star is most definitely the ambience, the atmosphere and hilltop view.

Only problem is my mobile's camera can't capture the moment - just got to come back again !:)

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  • croquette2 votes
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  • Tebasaki1 vote
  • aigamo tataki1 vote
  • hotate yakitori1 vote
  • salt shake1 vote
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• 24 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

only scenery is good

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Food n drinks r not worth wat u pay for. Meat n veg were dry. The eggplant i ordered even came unseasoned. Guess they are advocating healthy living. Getting yakitori from the chain stall n sake from ntuc go home eat better.

Great scenery but poor selection of music played. Instead of installing fans on more discreet locations, they r standing on a chair.

Service is typical standard. Not much to rave abt.

I do not expect food quantity to b equivalent to wat i pay but i expect quality tt commensurates with the price tag.


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• 11 Aug 2013 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

A great place for chill out evening!!

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Cool breeze in our faces, sipping a Chilean Merlot while nibbling on grilled chicken wing (tebasaki) and pork belly (butabara) and soaking up the hilltop view of harbourfront, Sentosa and Pulau Bukom...  This is not our first time at Moonstone Yakitori Sake Bar and it ain't our last for sure!  Each visit is still as enchanting as the first.  The food's not quite the best - but it's a bit more than acceptable.  The wine was decent, not exceptional.  But the star is most definitely the ambience, the atmosphere and hilltop view.

Only problem is my mobile's camera can't capture the moment - just got to come back again !:)
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  • Trying to capture the Merlot, yakitoris & ambience!
• 21 Jul 2013 • 1 review • 27 followers

Disappointing food experience

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Skewers were on average 4-5 / stick. However, the food was pretty darn average and it definitely can't compare to other yakitori elsewhere. The hotate looked d*** nice but was totally tasteless. Chicken skewer was cold. Chicken wings were too salty. Mushrooms were not cooked properly. Both me and my partner had diarrhea the next day. The only saving grace was the croquette! Service was decent albeit the staff liked to talk amongst themselves slightly too loudly for my liking. The only reason you would probably come is THE VIEW. Nice atmosphere + overlooking Sentosa & cable car etc. then again the novelty will wear off soon enough. Overall, I feel that it's a nice place to impress with the view but not with the food. Probably drinks will suffice. There's valet parking @ 5 bucks which is reasonable.
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