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TOMO Izakaya (Esplanade)

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Experience entertainment redefined with Tomo Izakaya, a place which offers the perfect blend of the old and new and have a full throttle of their tapas or mezze, izakaya-style dining today which elevates Japanese cuisine to a level of sophistication.

Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Thu: 17:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 01:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 01:00

Sun: 17:00 - 23:00

+65 63330012
$30 based on 26 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), After Work (10 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (10 votes)
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Definitely will return!!!

Chance upon this restaurant between Harry's & Barossa. As it was a Saturday night it was super busy. We were lucky to get a table outside near the entrance, eventhough they were full. It was 9ish at that time and many patrons was from the show i assume as I was from watching the show too.

It took a while for our orders to be taken as I guess there was only 3 staff working and they were everywhere doing many things. But when it was our turned to order, the lady was friendly and what amazed us is eventhough we had many request, as I could be very fussy at times, and it took sometime to be sent, she didnt forget. Not forgetting the 2 male staff who were friendly and approachable.

The menu has many different varieties, so we ordered a California Maki, Kinoko Salad, Garlic Fried Rice, Tori Karaage and Soft Shell Crab Maki.

To make our night better we got free beer since we are ticket holders, even though there was a condition that we had to spend minimum $15 per ticket for 1 free beer. But hey what is $15 when you could get a glass of beer worth $10.

The food did took some time to arrived but we were informed before hand. When the food arrived, it did pleased my taste buds and it was acceptable. Im in love with their Tori Karaage.Wonder what special recipe they use??

Anyway, overall I would definitely come back, service was great and it was definitely a night to remember.

Kudos to the team!!




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• 13 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Definitely will return!!!

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Chance upon this restaurant between Harry's & Barossa. As it was a Saturday night it was super busy. We were lucky to get a table outside near the entrance, eventhough they were full. It was 9ish at that time and many patrons was from the show i assume as I was from watching the show too.

It took a while for our orders to be taken as I guess there was only 3 staff working and they were everywhere doing many things. But when it was our turned to order, the lady was friendly and what amazed us is eventhough we had many request, as I could be very fussy at times, and it took sometime to be sent, she didnt forget. Not forgetting the 2 male staff who were friendly and approachable.

The menu has many different varieties, so we ordered a California Maki, Kinoko Salad, Garlic Fried Rice, Tori Karaage and Soft Shell Crab Maki.

To make our night better we got free beer since we are ticket holders, even though there was a condition that we had to spend minimum $15 per ticket for 1 free beer. But hey what is $15 when you could get a glass of beer worth $10.

The food did took some time to arrived but we were informed before hand. When the food arrived, it did pleased my taste buds and it was acceptable. Im in love with their Tori Karaage.Wonder what special recipe they use??

Anyway, overall I would definitely come back, service was great and it was definitely a night to remember.

Kudos to the team!!




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• 08 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Service Attitude needs to be improved

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ervice standard could be improved. Took a long time to get the attention of the waiters/ waitresses. The attitude of the outdoor manager could certainly be looked into. 
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• 11 Feb 2014 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Valentine Special Promotion. Free Giveaway .

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At Tomo Izakaya , we have tender texture and fresh flavor Boston Lobster ( LIVE ! ) Promotion for this upcoming Valentine. Let's us know how you like it cooked ? Salad ? Hotpot or Grilled. It definetely will leave you clawing for more. 

Complimentary 1 Bottle of Sweet and Refreshing 花泡香 Hana AwaKa Sparkling Sake (250ml) with every purchasing of Lobster. 

Quote " Lobster + Sparkling Sake " in your reservation. 

Clarke Quay ( A , #01-04 )- Tel : 6333 0100
Esplanade Mall ( #01-09 ) - Tel : 6333 0012
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