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(Closed) Niji Japanese Restaurant

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Located at the heart of Singapore, Niji Japanese Restaurant is one of the best newest restaurants in town.

To serve you better, our chefs have specially selected a variety of more than 20 unique set lunch menus, including free flow of green tea/coffee. We also bring you our famous Niji’s Rainbow Chanko-Nabe, a Gold award winning dish inJapan, prepared by its award winning chef. It contains no MSG, sugar & salt, it’s healthy and nutritious - a dish you will definitely keep coming back for more.

We are also the only restaurant inSingaporethat served the original delicious delicacy Tsukune (chicken meat-ball); it was created by the Sumo decades ago, and is not offered to anyone beside themselves. We also provide a wide range of a-la-carte menu, using only freshly frown and best quality ingredients. Niji Japanese Restaurant is the right place for all Japanese food connoisseurs.

Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00

+65 67372558
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Went to try this new Japanese restaurant as it is near my office, the restaurant was pretty empty when I stepped in. Its a simple decor restaurant. Ordered the meatballs (which they are known for) and steamboat. I was rather surprised the food turns out better than expected. Definitely will go back there again!

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• 20 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not worth the try

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A waste of my Sunday afternoon. Location is out of the way. Food is expensive, guess why you could not find their menu on the web. Portion is small. Bought the food voucher, but the money is not worth the buck!! One thing good about this place is that there is no crowd.
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• 10 Jan 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

New Japanese restaurant

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Went to try this new Japanese restaurant as it is near my office, the restaurant was pretty empty when I stepped in. Its a simple decor restaurant. Ordered the meatballs (which they are known for) and steamboat. I was rather surprised the food turns out better than expected. Definitely will go back there again!
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