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Telephone
6337 7230
Introduction
Most of the Japanese dishes prepared at Irodori are contrived to accentuate the natural flavours of freshest fish. Utmost care and thought is given to the combination of colors, textures, sized shape of ingredients. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Restaurant Website
http://www.irodorijapaneserestaurant.com.sg
Review (4)
I was in the mood for Japanese food, so we were glad to discover that Irodori (flagship at Riverview Hotel @ Robertson Quay) has opened an outlet at the fringe of Dhoby Ghaut itself. The setting was more casual as compared to its flagship, but service was no less efficient. We came here for a la carte buffet dinner, which cost around SGD$43.00 per pax.There were 2 complimentary starters - one of which we were familiar with, and loved absolutely. The first was the Tofu Salmon soup, warming the soul with its homely flavours - smooth, soft tofu cubes and the natural sweetness of salmon made this appetite-whetting. The Grilled Prawn with Salmon Roe was saccharine to the core, with springy flesh and delicious bursts of the roe popping all over the palate. Can I have, say, 5 more please?One could never do without Sashimi when dining out at a nice Japanese restaurant - and we had a few servings of them throughout the course of the meal. They were fresh, thick, juicy slices that danced well on the tongue, and the variety was good too. My favorite would always be the swordfish and salmon sashimi.The assortment of Tempura (deep-fried battered dishes) items - shrimps, lady's fingers, eggplant etc. I love the crisps of these deep-fried items - a hearty delight.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/10/dinner-at-irodori-japanese-restaurant.html continue reading
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Level1 2014-12-28
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For full review, please visit http://yulenewang.blogspot.sg/2014/12/irodori-japanese-restaurant.htmlVisited Irodori Japanese Restaurant for lunch a la carte Japanese buffet! You will be spoiled with almost 100 food items in the menu! The most excited dishes include Mixed Sashimi and Ebi Mentai Mayo! But sadly, Ebi Mentai Mayo is only for one-time serving. (T_T) The prawns are big and fresh, with thick mentai mayo on the top. It is really tasty and yummy. We felt really 幸福 and sinful at the same time.We also tried dishes such as pork with ginger sauce, pork cutlet, tea pot soup, chawanmushi, tempura and soft shell crab handroll! I should have taken more pictures. However, they are simply too considerate. When we ordered pork cutlet, there were only 4 slices on the plate. Well, do not be mistaken. I really love such idea - Dishes' portion are served accordingly to number of paxs. continue reading
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Full Irodori review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/07/irodori-tasting-session.htmlSince its founding in 2008, Irodori Japanese Buffet Restaurant in Riverview Hotel has been consistently drawing in the crowds with their delicious food made from fresh ingredients, wide variety of Japanese dishes, and very affordable pricing.Ambience at Irodori combines the traditional zen with minimalist. Oriental touches, clean lines, warm lighting, and wooden panelling in shades of brown and black set a homely tone. Being an ala-carte style buffet also means that Irodori has less furniture clutter around, as well as less wastage of food.Service at Irodori is very good, and relatively consistent after all these years. The most important service element at an ala-carte buffet is speed; the speed at which orders are fulfilled, and the speed at which empty plates are cleared, both of which are performed very efficiently at Irodori. Staff are unobstrusive, quickly and neatly arranging food that is served, and also quick to clear away dirty plates, both of which require observation and a good amount of courtesy.Irodori specialises in serving authentic Japanese dishes, mostly small bites, made using only the freshest of ingredients. For about SGD $40 or so per person, prices at Irodori are reasonable for a decent buffet. And as with any buffet, there are outstanding items you must go for, middle-of-the-pack average dishes, and everything else (don't waste stomach space items). Here are several dishes I felt most people should sample at Irodori.You MUST get the Sashimi Moriawase / Mix Sashimi Platter, with its mix of only the freshest fish! Comprising salmon, salmon belly, tuna, yellowtail, mackerel, and octopus, this is the dish you cannot miss! For most value for money, get at least 2 or 3 rounds of this!A rather unique signature dish, the Green Tea Tofu features a soft, wobbly, cold tofu cube infused with green tea essence, lending a fragrant, fresh aroma. Garnished with fresh cucumber, the contrast of crunchy and smooth textures work very well.The Ebi Mentai Mayo / Grilled Prawn With Mayonnaise is a signature dish here, being outstanding because of its grilled to perfection texture, with the prawn being savoury and smoky but still slightly moist. The mayonnaise seems to be a seafood infused mayonnaise, with a delightfully umami taste.The unique Dobin Mushi / Tea Pot Soup isn't a drink, or even a type of tea. Instead, it's a traditional Japanese seafood soup / broth, steamed with shrimp, chicken, soy sauce, lime juice, and matsutake mushroom, then strained. The result is an incredibly tasty and potent clear thin broth that tastes of the land and sea (surf and turf), earthy, fragrant, light, savoury, all at once. A must try for me!Overall, Irodori Japanese Buffet Restaurant is still the place to go for an affordable Japanese buffet with a wide range of authentic dishes, without breaking the bank. Communal dining is most encouraged, as are advance reservations because Irodori Japanese Buffet Restaurant can get very crowded during peak periods. continue reading
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Level1 2014-07-01
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After having a heavy lunch, I decided to have a mostly vegetarian dinner. Warning for vegetarisns though, the stir fried veggies have garlic. You could probably request it without of course. There was a lot more vegetables than i had expected, but the more the merrier! The miso soup is quite nice. It contains sping onions, so strict buddhists beware. The rice is a nice japanese short grain, good change of pallate from our usual long grain thai. Disposable chopsticks are provided, and the metal spoon is large enough to eat everything with. A great energetic pre-dance meal close by SOTA. continue reading
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