4Elaine Ee •
04 Sep 2014
We headed to dinner at Vivocity's Waraku to mark the 14th anniversary of this chain of casual Japanese restaurants in Singapore. We knew that Waraku had been around for some time but were surprised that it's been 14 years! Doesn't time fly. We were told that the chain has some special events happening in September to mark this milestone, includng a dining app, a dinner a la carte buffet, a kids carnival and a freebie weekend.
The Vivocity branch is in the sky park that overlooks Sentosa, though the restaurant itself doesn't boast a view. Our meal comprised mainly Vivocity specials--a Hokkai sashimi salad ($13.80), miso yuzu pork neck ($16.90), the very interesting Volcano maki ($15.90) and yakiniku udon ($13.80)--and showed that Waraku continues to serve delicious, reliable Japanese food. We added some gyoza ($6.80) and kurobata tonkatsu ($24.80) to the meal and enjoyed those too.
After dinner we headed next door to La Viva Spanish Tapas and Bar, for a round of sangrias. Sit outside to relish the lovely view.