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Tatsuya

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Tatsuya is helmed by chef-proprietor Ronnie Chia, who has over 30 years of experience in Japanese culinary.Enjoy the freshest sushi made seasonal produce from Japan or leave it to the master chefs to prepare an omakase meal with the best ingredients the restaurant has to offer.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:30 - 23:00

+65 68874598
$117 based on 80 submissions
Lunch (24 votes), Dinner (18 votes), Fine Dining (18 votes)
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Nice aburi sushi

Been to Tatsuya a few times and I tried their kaiseki, sashimi sushi, sashimi, and aburi sushi.

Interior - Nice traditional interior and normally I would sit at the counter to observe the chefs. If you came in bigger group, there was also tables at the back of the restaurant. 

Food - I felt that they served good aburi sushi. As for kaiseki, I would not recommend even though it was cheaper than other established Japanese restaurants - mainly because the selection of food was quite boring and not really that impressive - as I expected more from this restaurant. Back to the aburi sushi, I really like the lightly torched sashimi especially because the sashimi were very fresh. The aburi sushi served were also very creative.

Service - The service at Tatsuya was flawless. They staff were very attentive and friendly. They remembered me when i visited them again for the second time. Also, I received a follow-up SMS from the restaurant after that to thank me for coming. A simple gesture but at least they took the effort to do it.

I will definitely visit again because sincerity is so important and yet often forgotten.

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  • sashimi3 votes
  • grilled cod2 votes
  • lunch bento sets2 votes
  • Aburi sushi1 vote
  • All1 vote
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• 04 Apr 2015 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Nice aburi sushi

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Been to Tatsuya a few times and I tried their kaiseki, sashimi sushi, sashimi, and aburi sushi.

Interior - Nice traditional interior and normally I would sit at the counter to observe the chefs. If you came in bigger group, there was also tables at the back of the restaurant. 

Food - I felt that they served good aburi sushi. As for kaiseki, I would not recommend even though it was cheaper than other established Japanese restaurants - mainly because the selection of food was quite boring and not really that impressive - as I expected more from this restaurant. Back to the aburi sushi, I really like the lightly torched sashimi especially because the sashimi were very fresh. The aburi sushi served were also very creative.

Service - The service at Tatsuya was flawless. They staff were very attentive and friendly. They remembered me when i visited them again for the second time. Also, I received a follow-up SMS from the restaurant after that to thank me for coming. A simple gesture but at least they took the effort to do it.

I will definitely visit again because sincerity is so important and yet often forgotten.
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• 18 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fresh Sashimi

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I ordered Chirashi-don with assorted sashimi. The sashimi is really fresh with fresh Wasabi (ground from the root).
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• 25 Jun 2014 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

So so food

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I really can't understand why this restaurant receive so much hype. The food is normal and the ambience is worse than a shopping mall Jap restaurant.
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