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39 votes

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Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 20:30

$536 based on 24 reviews
Owned by acclaimed chef Tetsuya Wakuda, Waku Ghin is a first-class restaurant featuring a sake bar and caviar lounge, as well as an impressive display of the 3000-bottle wine collection. It serves Modern European and Japanese cuisine. See what foodies like this place for
LesleyLee • 08 Jun 20141 reviews 0 followers

Was with a friend to celebrate her 40s birthday at Waku Ghin, the food quality was super and very fresh well worth it. The only thing was the Sommerlier was so proud and his recommendation of wine pairing with each course was far too extended .. It gave us a feeling of feeling unwell at the end of the course before dessert. We did not enjoyed the last part at all. For the price we paid the wine pairing should...

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  • Quiet8 votes
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  • Business Dining6 votes
  • Romance/First Dates5 votes
  • View/Scenery5 votes

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LesleyLee • 08 Jun 20141 reviews 0 followers

Was with a friend to celebrate her 40s birthday at Waku Ghin, the food quality was super and very fresh well worth it. The only thing was the Sommerlier was so proud and his recommendation of wine pairing with each course was far too extended .. It gave us a feeling of feeling unwell at the end of the course before dessert. We did not enjoyed the last part at all. For the price we paid the wine pairing should...

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Priyankac • 01 Nov 2013189 reviews 2 followers

Tetsuya Wakuda sure knows how to host a party: at Waku Ghin, his only outpost from Tetsuya in Sydney, only 25 diners are admitted per seating (maximum of two seatings per night) to occupy the eight seats in each of the four rooms. By now, we've all heard the drill: the diners are led through the different rooms, sampling a few courses in each silver-lined space ("Ghin" stands for "silver" - Tetsuya's favourite colour), eventually moving and grazing their way...

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Bu Pun Su • 17 May 20139 reviews 1 followers


 There is not that many gastronomy places in the world that I’ve visited more than twice. I can count with my fingers that a few of those restaurants are L’Arpege, Gagnaire Paris and L’Ambroisie. The new restaurant that just join my “exclusive list” is Waku Ghin (WG), currently Tetsuya Wakuda-san’s best establishment. This can happen also because Singapore is a lot more accessible for me than Paris. I will not talk much about the restaurant’s story or setting...

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