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6338 4712
Experience the authenticity of traditional Japanese cuisine in a chic & contemporary setting. Savour delectable Bento sets among skilfully curated set menus. Their gastro mania masterpieces include Tonkatsu selections, Humburg steaks & various Udon dishes just to mentioned a few. Dine with them & have a pure “Banzai” experience continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Review (35)
Level4 2014-03-08
Standing at the large, newly-added atrium of Plaza Singapura, at a loss of what to have for dinner as there were simply too many restaurants and we were spoilt for choice! In the end, *Cheyene suggested having dinner at Hifumi Japanese Restaurant after we walked around the atrium twice. Hifumi is located at 68 Orchard Road #04-68 Dhoby Ghaut MRT Atrium, Singapore 238839 and the number to dial is 6338 4712. So here we were, being warmly welcomed into the clean-cut, pretty Japanese restaurant that was spacious and had a very hearty feel to it - think, brightly lit, earthly hues, and tables of happy diners chattering away while attacking their food.What caught our attention was really the All-You-Can-Eat / Buffet-style Appetizer Station. There was a rather vast selection of appetizers that we could choose from, once we placed orders for a main course. There were assortments of cha soba (cold greentea noodles), riceball desserts, cherry tomatoes, baby corns, grilled vegetables, fish balls, soya beans, fried yam balls etc. It was a spread, and definitely tempting to try everything.In the end, I just had a modest serving of Chawanmushi (Japanese steamed egg), a handful of cherry tomatoes, baby corn and fried yam ball. The Chawanmushi was tasty, but a little diluted. The fried yam ball was fragrant and rather crispy on the outside, sweetly sticky on the inside.My main course came first - Curry Vegetable with rice - a large pot of bubbling hot curry filled to the brim with colorful ingredients such as hard-boiled egg, baby corns, brocooli, carrots, capsicums, brinjal and mushrooms. The curry sauce was just nice - not too thick or diluted. Best of all, it was the first Japanese curry that I'd eaten that was spicy instead of sweet. I liked this!For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/03/dinner-at-hifumi-japanese-restaurant.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-24
Hifumi is a good place of appetizer buffet which is worth the price! I ordered chicken tonkatsu but the chicken tasted a little salty. The appetizer buffet was good though. Chawanmushi is a must try! There are other varieties such as rice crackers and potatoe salad too. You can also have free flow of drinks at an extra cost of 1.90 per person. continue reading
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Level1 2014-02-19
Generally I thought the food here at Hifumi was average but the range of appetizers is amazing and unlimited! If you're looking for a reasonably priced Japanese sorta buffet place then this is the place for you. I believe it is worth a shot. Everyone seems to love the curly fries so do look out for them! continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-10
There are a lot of people queuing up by the time we reached there too so I guess that the food must be quite good and value too as I saw that there is a buffet corner for people to self service.After getting a table (Actually a big bench as need to wait longer if want normal table seat), we started to look through the menu and started to order for our dishes. Buffet (Appetizer bar) is included in each set meals so we started to go get some appetizer to eat. One thing to note is that if you are not having set meals, it is better not to eat here as their drinks are super expensive if buying through à la carte (It would cost additional of S$1.99 for each set meals).Super small buffet corner with limited variety of dishes to choose from.The buffet corner is just under the pillar and there are not much things to choose from as most of their dishes here do not really catches my eye or stomach.Drinks corner where you can choose any drinks here for additional S$1.99 with each set meal purchasedThe drinks corner is much better with different choices of drinks including machine made coffee / English tea bags and soft drinks. It would be great if all buffet had these type of drinks station.Some of the dishes from the buffet corner.Teriyaki Chicken Set @ $13.99The whole set is being served with miso soup and rice. The portion is quite small though I like the sauce being done over a hot plate. The meat is not really great though can still be passable dish.Baked Chicken Set @ $11.99The chicken meat is being wrapped with some paper marinated with Japanese Pepper Sauce before being baked in oven (If I am not wrong). The taste is not bad but does not really taste great type. continue reading
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Level2 2013-12-08
I was wondering what my friends & I should have for dinner after we met up at Plaza Singapura. In my memory, there were no particular restaurant that I like here. When my friend, C mentioned that we could try Hifumi as she had eaten here before, we just followed her choice. The sample sets outside the restaurant look not bad. As we were there way before dinner time starts, we took our own sweet time to check out the free flow appetizer bar. Actually, none of the appetizer looks appealing to me! But after my friends got some of the sweet potatoes and mini tako-balls, they were not too bad. By topping up $1.99 each on top of our set meals, we get to have unlimited drinks as well. There were a selection of premium tea bags, coffee & soft drinks.Each of us ordered a different set to try & our sets were priced at $12.99 each. We had a Saba Shioyaki, Paper Baked Chicken & a Chicken Namban Set (fresh marinated chicken with Fresh Tartar). Each set comes with a bowl of rice and a miso soup as well. I'm glad that I made the right choice to order the Chicken Namban as after trying my friends' orders, I still preferred mine. The Chicken Namban is nicely marinated & tender, coated in the batter. After we finished our main course, we had some Chawanmushi from the appetizer counter & some macha mochi desserts as well. While we were chatting away, a waitress came to inform us that our time is UP! Seriously, we have no idea that there is a time limit in the restaurant. It would be better if their service staff had informed us upfront before sitting us. Overall, the food were not too bad for a budget Japanese meal. continue reading
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