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Nirai Kanai Okinawan Restaurant (Liang Court)

Asian, Japanese

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27 votes

63394811

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

Liang Court
$31 based on 21 reviews
The place oozes Japanese culture, from the friendly welcome greetings to rustic wooden furniture to the Japanese posters and scrolls, which plaster the wood-paneled walls. Sample the different varieties of Awamori – the Okinawan’s secret to longevity. An interesting blend of Tumeric Tea also helps detoxify the body. See what foodies like this place for
Alex Kwa • 10 Apr 20148 reviews 0 followers

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When my Japanese friend brought me here, I was immediately impressed by its ambient. True to the welcoming Okinawan spirit, the laid-back, rustic vibe of the place was really reassuring. Fully reserved, I was seated by the counter, which is my preferred spot anyway. Unfortunately, unlike izakayas in Japan, there wasn’t any tencho (shop owner) to entertain you. But there was, Orion beer on tap for a reasonable price...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner10 votes
  • Lunch8 votes
  • After Work5 votes
  • Chillout4 votes
  • Hidden Find4 votes
  • Quiet4 votes

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Alex Kwa • 10 Apr 20148 reviews 0 followers

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When my Japanese friend brought me here, I was immediately impressed by its ambient. True to the welcoming Okinawan spirit, the laid-back, rustic vibe of the place was really reassuring. Fully reserved, I was seated by the counter, which is my preferred spot anyway. Unfortunately, unlike izakayas in Japan, there wasn’t any tencho (shop owner) to entertain you. But there was, Orion beer on tap for a reasonable price...

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Alex Kwa • 18 Jan 20148 reviews 0 followers

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I can’t believe that after obsessing with Japanese cuisine for years, this gem has gone unnoticed right under my nose. My experience with Okinawan cuisine has been smashing so far, filled with awamori (Okinawan sake) and lively music.
 
When my Japanese friend brought me here, I was immediately impressed by its ambient. True to the welcoming Okinawan spirit, the laid-back, rustic vibe of the place was really reassuring. Fully...

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msrollseyes • 12 Jan 20147 reviews 0 followers

The Pig's Ear with Ponzu Dressing was quite a refreshing appetizer that helped kick-start the meal. The citrus taste from the ponzu dressing complemented the cool cucumbers and beansprouts while the pig ears provided a crunchy texture to the overall dish.
 
The Chicken Skewers with Miso were evenly grilled and the marinade went well with the miso paste smeared over the chicken. However, the dish seemed to lack an "oomph" factor and I felt that the price was relatively...

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