With more than 600 outlets in worldwide, customers can not only enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine, but also experience a wide range of modern and popular Japanese dishes including Japanese-style Pizza, Baked Scallop with Butter, Cod Roe and Cheese Rolled Omelette.
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friend arranged to watch x-men apocalypse 3D Imax at shaw lido on 25.5.2016. 3 of us went for the movie.
after the movie, we had lunch at watami.
the stone pot set includes salad & drink. we orderd all 3 & all were good.
a friend had the salmon. i tried. it was very flavourful & of the 3 this the one i liked best, and i did not even have the ikura.
another friend had the pepper beef. flavour also very good.
i did not want to take tis as it looked like th food court pepper lunch, but actually it as very flavourful.
i had the pork stone pot set.
i liked it too.
it had more ingredients than the pepper beef but both were ok with me.
the salad was quite standard, simple but still quite nice.
for the drink, a friend had hot yuzu tea. 2 of us had the coffee which was quite ok.
lunch came to S$43nett for 3 pax, pretty good. anyway my parking already cost more than lunch or 3D Imax movie la…
Went there with my family. Ordered 3 different dishes. A rice on hotpot, raman and a hotpot soup rice set. The rice and raman came in quite quickly, But then the hotpot took more than 15mins to come. We still had to ask the waitress for it. And what pisses me off is that when the person came and light the gas, he gave such a terrible attitude. I seriously rate the service 2/5 because of this. But overall, everything is quite mediocore.
If you are someone who enjoy japan food can try out the watami which is located at ion. Is value for money, 3 of us spend less than $100 for set meal for 3. one of the better side deals to get is the wafu pizza, a deliciously crispy interpretation of an italian pizza, but with teriyaki strips and mayonnaise that goes amazingly well with one another and with the pizza bread. this is sure to make people on the table fight. one characteristic of watami is that there's a wide variety of hotpots and hot-stone rices (basically stuff that necessitates self-cooking and the stove-contraption) to choose from. besides sukiyaki (in which with good quality beef and good soup stock, nothing can really go wrong), there is also stuff like genghis khan barbequed meat, hot-stone kimchi rice and the likes. you can't really go wrong with your selections to be honest.