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Raku Raku Japanese Dining

Asian, Japanese

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2 votes

62245420

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 23:00

Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Fri: 17:30 - 00:00

Sat: 17:30 - 00:00

$15 based on 2 reviews
Raku Raku is a Japanese restaurant located in the rustic charms the Duxton hill area. Serving food with a philosophy of passion and sincerity, diners can expect simple but delicious and authentic Japanese fare in a heartwarming, homely restaurant setting in Raku Raku. See what foodies like this place for
Li Tian • 19 Dec 2012204 reviews 8 followers

For more details and pictures: visit http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2012/12/raku-raku-japanese-dining.html 
 
While it actually markets itself as an izakaya, the lunch menu only consists of set meals and no sight of a single skewer. The recommended dish was pork and miso eggplant set rice but I chose the Teriyaki Salmon ($15)
 
The grilled salmon glazed with the shiny brown sauce was slightly tough and not impressive. However, the rich sauce is enough to go with the Hokkaido short grains served here....

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Li Tian • 19 Dec 2012204 reviews 8 followers

For more details and pictures: visit http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2012/12/raku-raku-japanese-dining.html 
 
While it actually markets itself as an izakaya, the lunch menu only consists of set meals and no sight of a single skewer. The recommended dish was pork and miso eggplant set rice but I chose the Teriyaki Salmon ($15)
 
The grilled salmon glazed with the shiny brown sauce was slightly tough and not impressive. However, the rich sauce is enough to go with the Hokkaido short grains served here....

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Jon Yongfook C • 25 Sep 20121 reviews 40 followers

As a 10 year veteran of Tokyo, I'm fairly well attuned to when Japanese food in Singapore has been slightly Singaporean-ized. Either through the choice of ingredients, the preparation (wrong kind of tempura batter, using condiments wrongly, non-Japanese rice etc) or just outright made up dishes that don't actually exist in Japan.
 
Raku Raku is a breath of fresh air, in that sense.
 
The menu is exactly what you would get in a mid-range izakaya in Japan, with...

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