Keisuke Group launches 17th outlet in Singapore, Omurice Keisuke. This classic Japanese dish consists of a wrapped omelette over fried rice with ketchup.
Tanjong Pagar Urban Park will transform into a “Japanese Train. Japan Rail Café will be hosting a train-themed event called Autumn in the Train.
Located in a discreet corner along Prinsep Street, En Sushi is a cozy Japanese restaurant that’s probably best known for their affordable Bara Chirashi Dons.
Occupying a humble corner stall at Bedok North Street 1 Market and Food Centre, Plum & Rice serves Japanese-inspired rice with Singaporean-inspired dishes.
Located at the top floor of Orchard Central, Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant is named after the iconic wholesale market in Tokyo of the same name.
This izakaya situated in Novena serves up gyozas in assorted flavours. For those of you more adventurous, there's also Curry and Onsen Egg & Cheese.
Takagi Ramen has recently started offering islandwide delivery for their ramen, which is great news because the queues at their outlets are always long.
This hole-in-the-wall restaurant bar serves up a wide range of skewered meat and vegetables, tempura, ricebowls, and an extensive menu of sakes.
Newly opened in Amoy Street Food Centre, Gyu Nami only has one item on its menu: Wagyu Roast Beef Donburi, priced at $10 each.
Prepare for another round of queuing because Japanese cheese tart chain Pablo will open its first Singapore outlet in Wisma Atria come early August.
This June, our ambassadors got to drop in on plenty of electrifying events and scrummy eats! Think High Tea, Custom Tendon, DIY Perfume & More!
If the curries you’ve ever eaten so far are all different shades of brown, it’s about time to spice things up (pun intended).
Besides good old McDonald's, there are actually quite a few supper places in Singapore that can feed your hungry soul at odd hours of the night/morning.
Newly opened Salmon Samurai serves Singaporean’s favourite raw fish in all its delicious forms! There’s maki, sashimi, donburi, udon… the list goes on.
Guenpin Fugu, Japan’s largest fugu restaurant chain, has set up shop in Singapore! And the most exciting dish on the menu is its Tiger Puffer Fish.
It’s officially the end of May! That means we get to look back on, and celebrate all the exciting activities our ambassadors dropped in on.
Singapore's first Muslim-owned Izakaya, Hararu Izakaya, is located at the heart of Kampong Glam and serves up Kushiyaki Skewers at affordable prices!
Last month, our ambassadors tried their hand at darts, dug into a Thai hot pot, chilled with $5 drinks, and so much more!
With rad runs, movies by the beach, and affordable new restaurants that have sprung, there's no lack of things to do this May!