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Shunjuu Izakaya (Robertson Quay)

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Just a few minutes walk down the Singapore River from Clarke Quay and around the corner from Mohamed Sultan Road is our popular and cozy sake dining bar serving more than 40 types of sake by the glass, complemented by an exciting menu of sumiyaki (charcoal-grill) and sakana (food to go with drinks).

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Wed: 18:00 - 22:30

Thu - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 68873577
$55 based on 44 submissions
After Work (10 votes), Dinner (8 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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They keep run out of my favourite dishes and that's not a bad thing

Been coming here for a while now. A simple, unpretentious place with friendly staff and pretty decent yakitori. I come here for the beef short ribs, the tsukune (meatier and with a deeper flavour than the usual ones you'd get) and the pitan tofu. The beef short ribs in particular are stellar. Only problem: they run out of stuff far too often, it's not uncommon to have at least 1-2 items in my order out of stock at any one time. That said, still a reliable place to get some izakaya done on a Friday night... if you can get a table.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Tebasaki (chicken wing yakitori)3 votes
  • garlic fried rice3 votes
  • Assorted yakitori2 votes
  • BBQ items1 vote
  • Chicken meat balls1 vote
  • Rice with pork1 vote
  • Scallops wrapped with porlk1 vote
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• 17 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worse food ever

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Totally not Japanese at all. For the price paid would have been better donating the money to poor and unfortunate. The amount of seasoning placed in the food is extremely unhealthy means the actual produce is not fresh and of bad quality. You will never see any Japanese person eating there and will see them eating hainanese chicken rice at the food court. No words can describe how bad the food is.
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• 13 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

They keep run out of my favourite dishes and that's not a bad thing

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Been coming here for a while now. A simple, unpretentious place with friendly staff and pretty decent yakitori. I come here for the beef short ribs, the tsukune (meatier and with a deeper flavour than the usual ones you'd get) and the pitan tofu. The beef short ribs in particular are stellar. Only problem: they run out of stuff far too often, it's not uncommon to have at least 1-2 items in my order out of stock at any one time. That said, still a reliable place to get some izakaya done on a Friday night... if you can get a table.
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• 18 Nov 2014 • 63 reviews • 1 follower

Chill place

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No long queues even at 7.30pm, maybe because it was a Monday. Customers streamed in steadily though.. the staff were kept busy. Choose from alfresco dining or dining indoors, where you will have more restricted dining lighting. 
Service crew were generally polite and attentive, even though we were seated in a corner. There was probably only once when we had to literally call out for their attention. 
Appetisers are supposedly free-replenish, but, my request for a top-up of the bowl of cabbage never came back. 
The friends and I probably tested the patience of the staff taking our orders, by asking for recommendations and later declining some of them. Order-taking took some time. 
Food was served up pretty quickly though. 
Of all the dishes ordered/recommended, the yakitori stick of beef was best. As agreed by the other friends. The meat was chunky and still tender. Juicy and tasty. I could have asked for more. 
I thought the garlic fried rice could have more garlic taste, while the rest thought the rice was good. Hmm. 
The other dishes were, just.... alright. 
What's best about the place, is the chill environment and relaxed feeling it gave. Made us feel very comfortable. 
A recommended place for friends to gather, for a quiet chat. 
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