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(Closed) Shin Kushiya (Jem)

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Shin Kushiya is a Japanese restaurant uses charcoal-grill system for their dishes to have greater taste. Its concept of dining is where quality, affordability and accessibility meet in a contemporary setting and relaxed ambience for food lovers.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:30

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 63390322
$32 based on 4 submissions
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not bad, but not up to the pricey expectation

I only tried the dessert. Mango parfait with imported yuzu ice cream. The price is above average. Yuzu ice cream is indeed something new to me, but the taste is not as surprising as the name it seem to be. It is served with pop pop jelly and mango jelly. Mango jelly is as expected, just some artificial mango jelly. Not bad in overall but given the price range I would not recommend to try this. The service, however, is friendly and prompt. At least they do not charge for plain water like what other greedy restaurants do. Furthermore the staffs do approach us frequently.

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• 29 Jul 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

not bad, but not up to the pricey expectation

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I only tried the dessert. Mango parfait with imported yuzu ice cream. The price is above average. Yuzu ice cream is indeed something new to me, but the taste is not as surprising as the name it seem to be. It is served with pop pop jelly and mango jelly. Mango jelly is as expected, just some artificial mango jelly. Not bad in overall but given the price range I would not recommend to try this. The service, however, is friendly and prompt. At least they do not charge for plain water like what other greedy restaurants do. Furthermore the staffs do approach us frequently.
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  • Mango parfait with imported yuzu ice cream
• 26 Jun 2014 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy Grilled Beef on a Stick!

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Went on a weekday evening, ordered the food and had to wait for my grilled items. Yummy food! Too bad, I was kept hungry or I will give the resturant 5 stars. Staff service was okay, I felt that the price were a little high but still worth a visit. I also enjoyed the soba noodles.
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• 06 Aug 2013 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Slightly overpriced

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Last week I went to Shin Kushiya at Jem for dinner. Even on a weekday night, the queue was quite unbelievable. In fact, I'd say that applied to all restaurants in Jem. Fortunately, I waited only about 10 minutes for my table.

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