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Japanese Healthy Dining Shirokiya (Cuppage Terrace)

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Shirokiya is a casual Japanese dining concept featuring healthy brand of Japanese cuisine that promotes good health and beauty.

Daily: 15:00 - 02:00

+65 67328588
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Enjoyable Kurobuta Kimchi Nabe on 12Oct2014

ee my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/10/13/enjoyable-kurobuta-kimchi-nabe-shirokiya-cuppage-terrace-on-12oct2014/

had a nice kurobuta kimchi nabe at shirokiya cuppage terrace on 12.10.2014. :-) last time i came here was on 11.6.2014. we had a groupon voucher at S$22.80. the usual price of a nabe (there were 3 choices) was S$38.80++ = S$45.70. my wife & i love kimchi chigae, so we selected the kurobuta kimchi nabe. we later added an extra order of kurobuta pork at S$9++. we didn’t want carbs, so decided against the bibimbap & the dons like ikura shake don, and ordered the broiled kurobuta. it was like a very tasty chashu that came with a good chashumen.

the sake were expensive & my wife decided against ordering them. iced water was free. service was great, and there was a tablet order pad which you could also call for service. dinner including my groupon voucher was about S$46nett, and we had 3 servings (90g per serving) of kurobuta (2 for the nabe + 1 added). it was good price. the other items on the menu other than kurobuta though did not excite us. sashimi, maki were expensive c/w what we could get at better restaurants like mikuni & sun with moon wheelock etc. overall, we had better satisfaction at aburiya, though that was more expensive. the kimchi chigae at aburiya was small & actually tastier (of course with very little pork) & we love grilled meats. shirokiya though is not a yakiniku restaurant. it was pretty ok just for a change.

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• 13 Oct 2014 • 273 reviews • 1 follower

Enjoyable Kurobuta Kimchi Nabe on 12Oct2014

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ee my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/10/13/enjoyable-kurobuta-kimchi-nabe-shirokiya-cuppage-terrace-on-12oct2014/

had a nice kurobuta kimchi nabe at shirokiya cuppage terrace on 12.10.2014. :-) last time i came here was on 11.6.2014. we had a groupon voucher at S$22.80. the usual price of a nabe (there were 3 choices) was S$38.80++ = S$45.70. my wife & i love kimchi chigae, so we selected the kurobuta kimchi nabe. we later added an extra order of kurobuta pork at S$9++. we didn’t want carbs, so decided against the bibimbap & the dons like ikura shake don, and ordered the broiled kurobuta. it was like a very tasty chashu that came with a good chashumen.

the sake were expensive & my wife decided against ordering them. iced water was free. service was great, and there was a tablet order pad which you could also call for service. dinner including my groupon voucher was about S$46nett, and we had 3 servings (90g per serving) of kurobuta (2 for the nabe + 1 added). it was good price. the other items on the menu other than kurobuta though did not excite us. sashimi, maki were expensive c/w what we could get at better restaurants like mikuni & sun with moon wheelock etc. overall, we had better satisfaction at aburiya, though that was more expensive. the kimchi chigae at aburiya was small & actually tastier (of course with very little pork) & we love grilled meats. shirokiya though is not a yakiniku restaurant. it was pretty ok just for a change.
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• 03 Aug 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Pretty good food and service

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The food was fresh and tasty with the service staff quite friendly. The dishes were as healthy as they could be and this is definately a place to checkout if your looking for healthy japanese options. 

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• 24 Jul 2014 • 29 reviews • 1 follower

Good hot pot

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Very fresh and good hot pot, just what i needed today 

Pitty that the place issint very nice and the seats were not comfy

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