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Tamaya Dining たまや

Asian, Japanese

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8 votes

68353539

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:30

Sun & PH: 16:00 - 22:30

$51 based on 5 reviews
Tamaya Dining offers both classic and contemporary Japanese cuisines, as well as charcoal grilled dishes and western fare. There is also a wide selection of drinks from beer and wine, to shochu and sake. See what foodies like this place for
Hoongy ! • 10 Feb 20121848 reviews 255 followers

I was in the Cuppage Area and decided to try out some Japanese food - hence chanced upon Tamaya Dining and off we go. Seeing Japanese clientele, I felt even more comfortable entering the premises.
 
I started with the 5 Kind Sashimi ($49.80), which had slices of salmon, tuna, red snapper and two varietals of yellow-tail. The fish were very fresh and served at room to slightly chilled temperature, although I would not exactly call this "five kinds", more...

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Hoongy ! • 10 Feb 20121848 reviews 255 followers

I was in the Cuppage Area and decided to try out some Japanese food - hence chanced upon Tamaya Dining and off we go. Seeing Japanese clientele, I felt even more comfortable entering the premises.
 
I started with the 5 Kind Sashimi ($49.80), which had slices of salmon, tuna, red snapper and two varietals of yellow-tail. The fish were very fresh and served at room to slightly chilled temperature, although I would not exactly call this "five kinds", more...

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fatmonky • 12 Dec 200920 reviews 13 followers

This place was recommended by a Japanese friend of mine when I asked her to recommend a nice Japanese "izakaya" (Japanese pub, basically) for a first date (with someone else).
 
You get to choose to sit outside, by the sushi bar or upstairs. We chose upstairs, which was quite quiet.
 
We ordered the angelfish liver appetizer, which was quite appalling: there was an incredibly strong fishy smell, which in my mind just triggers a screaming midget running around...

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Reiz • 18 Nov 200939 reviews 13 followers

Introduced by my friend, we head there for our dinner last friday for some Oden 「おでん」, Yakimono 「焼き物」. Tamaya is one of the urban Izakaya 「居酒屋」 in Singapore. Their menu boasts a wide range of variety from classic japanese treat of oden 「おでん」, sashimi 「刺身 」to kamameshi 「釜飯」(Japanese’s version of claypot rice – i love it) 。
 
Just like any other Izakaya places, Tamaya is popular with the Japanese.
 
But the menu is pretty user-friendly with the use...

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