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Shima Restaurant

Asian, Japanese

56%100%

18 votes

67346281

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

$148 based on 17 reviews

One of the oldest Japanese restaurants in Singapore, this elegant establishment specialises in teppanyaki, cooked before your eyes by experienced Japanese chefs who have also been trained by a Japanese masterchef. Besides the usual meats, the restaurant also serves fresh fish which can be prepared in various styles.

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Ms Skinnyfat • Thursday at 4:14pm242 reviews 46 followers

For full review, visit http://www.ms-skinnyfat.com/2014/08/shima-teppanyaki-restaurant-goodwood.html 
 
The refurbished SHIMA is now made more comfortable with better exhaust piping so one could dine without smelling like bbq meat. They have also retained their one-inch thick cast-iron griddles that were custom made in Japan. Well, the 'wok' has been seasoned for 34 years of seasoning to produce delicious flavors (don't worry it's clean).
 
 
 We had the good fortune of having Chef Victor Yok, SHIMA's Sous Chef who...

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  • Dinner6 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes
  • Quiet3 votes
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Ms Skinnyfat • Thursday at 4:14pm242 reviews 46 followers

For full review, visit http://www.ms-skinnyfat.com/2014/08/shima-teppanyaki-restaurant-goodwood.html 
 
The refurbished SHIMA is now made more comfortable with better exhaust piping so one could dine without smelling like bbq meat. They have also retained their one-inch thick cast-iron griddles that were custom made in Japan. Well, the 'wok' has been seasoned for 34 years of seasoning to produce delicious flavors (don't worry it's clean).
 
 
 We had the good fortune of having Chef Victor Yok, SHIMA's Sous Chef who...

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Victoria Lim • 18 Jul 201416 reviews 0 followers

It has been ages since we ate a #teppanyaki meal. We headed down to SHIMA, who re-opened their doors after a month of renovations. Even thought their interiors have changed, the skills of their chefs have not. We got the deluxe set ($90-$200), where Chef Victor Yok cooked up a (fiery) storm for us. For the mains, we liked the oyster and its home-made black pepper sauce ($100) and the Australian Wagyu beef ($160) for their amazing marbling.

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Bianca Fung • 14 Jul 20131 reviews 0 followers

im disappointed with the bad reviews given to this place. a place which probably housed great date nights for your parents! i was here for the teppanyaki lunch buffet and i shall only speak for that.
 
 most of us are always looking for that great place to chill and chat with friends over great food & ambience. an ambience which is not pretentious and gives you enough personal space to hang out with your family & friends. without...

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