Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun & PH: 11:30 - 16:00
Sat - Sun & PH: 18:00 - 22:00
Located at VivoCity, Tajimaya Yakiniku offers a fun and interactive âhands-on cookingâ and dining experience coupled with a wide range of sake and shochu of the finest quality to complete the meal. Buffet is only available during weekend lunch.
We went to Tajimaya on 3rd Feb for dinner and the service was really good. We were there around 5.50 and we thought dinner only starts at 6 cus no one was in the restaurant , so we waited outside. But when one of the waiters saw us , he came out to bring us in. We started ordering food and all waiters served us with a smile. so i didnt understand the previous reviews of bad service. Maybe i was lucky to meet nice waiters? HAHA anyways the food was good, the meat was tender(especially beef) and everything seems fine to me this time. Ohh the sashimi is really nice. Overall a very good experience.
This is a casual Yakiniku style Japanese restaurant which specialises in its charcoal grill meat. The space at Vivocity is quite spacious and faces the waterfront if you manage to get a table towards the back of the restaurant. If you like beef, they have a wide selection of Beef Loin, Beef Sirloin and Beef Short Rib. The Garlic Fried Rice is a good staple option but I would advise you to share a bowl first to avoid it being too heavy. You can also try their salmon sashimi. The fish is fresh and melts once its in your mouth.
Service was extremely slow. Meat was obviously frozen, maybe the staff were waiting for the meat to thaw in the kitchen... Garlic rice is cold. Sashimi is not fresh. Tea was never refilled and cost 4 bucks?! The only nice thing was the ice cream which tasted like the one dollar ice cream from the pushcart uncle.
the adjacent tables waited so long that they became friends. The captain apologizes to every single table when he brings out their food. I wonder why he still comes to work.