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Senki Japanese Restaurant

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Senki is a hot favourite with Japanese food lovers. Even uninitiated and curious foodies are drawn by the wide variety of food available. Feast on quality Japanese cuisine, bring all your friends and have your fill of good times and wonderful food. This winning combination of Japanese food and the wide variety available has drawn in the crowds. Make a clean sweep of the table with over 100 different kinds of dishes and let your taste buds go wild.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 67345565
$39 based on 55 submissions
Buffet (26 votes), Dinner (13 votes), After Work (11 votes)
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I've been going to Senki for years now... but I looked through the reviews and was saddened. yes there are not so good days. and plastic in the sashimi.. hmmm but Senki is intimate. Its cosy and not so mainstream that you can sense the dishes are mass produced.
 
 Everything tastes good. the service is slow yes and the wait staff do just that, wait. but apart from that, the chefs are hilarious (if they see you for the second time they might make you something special if they're free) they joke with each other and overall entertain as a chef behind the sashimi bar should.
 
 I've never been utterly devastated after Senki and I would defininitly keep coming back.
 
 I think you should try it and make your own judgement. Speaking of, see you tonight Senki San's! ;)

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• 26 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 47 followers

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I've been going to Senki for years now... but I looked through the reviews and was saddened. yes there are not so good days. and plastic in the sashimi.. hmmm but Senki is intimate. Its cosy and not so mainstream that you can sense the dishes are mass produced.
 
 Everything tastes good. the service is slow yes and the wait staff do just that, wait. but apart from that, the chefs are hilarious (if they see you for the second time they might make you something special if they're free) they joke with each other and overall entertain as a chef behind the sashimi bar should.
 
 I've never been utterly devastated after Senki and I would defininitly keep coming back.
 
 I think you should try it and make your own judgement. Speaking of, see you tonight Senki San's! ;)
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• 26 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 47 followers

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I've been going to Senki for years now... but I looked through the reviews and was saddened. yes there are not so good days. and plastic in the sashimi.. hmmm but Senki is intimate. Its cosy and not so mainstream that you can sense the dishes are mass produced.
 
 Everything tastes good. the service is slow yes and the wait staff do just that, wait. but apart from that, the chefs are hilarious (if they see you for the second time they might make you something special if they're free) they joke with each other and overall entertain as a chef behind the sashimi bar should.
 
 I've never been utterly devastated after Senki and I would defininitly keep coming back.
 
 I think you should try it and make your own judgement. Speaking of, see you tonight Senki San's! ;)
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Value
Ambience
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• 26 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 47 followers

Try it yourself

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Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
I've been going to Senki for years now... but I looked through the reviews and was saddened. yes there are not so good days. and plastic in the sashimi.. hmmm but Senki is intimate. Its cosy and not so mainstream that you can sense the dishes are mass produced.
 
 Everything tastes good. the service is slow yes and the wait staff do just that, wait. but apart from that, the chefs are hilarious (if they see you for the second time they might make you something special if they're free) they joke with each other and overall entertain as a chef behind the sashimi bar should.
 
 I've never been utterly devastated after Senki and I would defininitly keep coming back.
 
 I think you should try it and make your own judgement. Speaking of, see you tonight Senki San's! ;)
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