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Telephone
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Introduction
Keyaki presents patrons with authentic Japanese cuisine which are made from fresh and seasonal produce imported from Japan. It is surrounded by a sculpted Japanese garden and koi pond, further imbuing the dining experience with a Japanese aura. continue reading
Good For
Fine Dining
Opening Hours
Today
12:00-14:30
18:30-22:00
Mon-Sun
12:00-14:30
18:30-22:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.panpacific.com/singapore/diners/keyaki.html
Signature Dishes
Seasonal Kaiseki Omakase Presentation
Review (7)
Level2 2015-01-24
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Housed on level 4 of Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore, Keyaki is surrounded by a beautifully sculpted Japanese garden and koi pound. This elegant venue provides an authentic setting for the exquisite cuisine.Emark on a culinary discovery of Hokkaido with three new eight-course kaiseki presentations at Keyaki, each crafted to highlight the rich and bountiful winter produce of Hokkaido. The menu is avaiable for lunch and dinner from Feb.6 to Mar.6, guests may select from the Hokkai ($190), Donnan ($180) or Hakodate($160).The word ‘shirako’ means “white children,” it is the cod milt and is the best produce in winter. The cod milt was slight grilled with a crispy outer layer, remain the inside creamy and smooth – just like the texture of tofu.Consists of toro (tuna), Botan Ebi and Hokkigai (surf clam)The scallops underneath were very fresh and tender, enhanced by the awesome homemade egg yolk sauce, and topped with fresh Ikura, the whole dish was really Umami.highly recommendlightly sprinkled it with salt and gently grilled to enhence the prime taste of the fish and infusing it with a smoky aroma while creating a deliciously crisply skin to contrast the delicate meat.An alternative choice besides the savory version of Kinki fish, the simmered Kinki fish with homemade sauce comes with a twist of sweetness.Salmon miso hot pot, a heartwarming delicacy traditionally served during the winter months in Hokkaido.Hotate(scallops), Ikura and UniSweet ending In addition to exquisite Japanese cuisine, we particularly enjoyed the elegant ambiance with scenic views of the garden, and high quality service which feel like in Japan.They also serves weekend Kaiseki brunch at a affordable price of $75++. Keyaki is definitely a great place to go if you love Japanese food but have no time to travel to Japan. continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-23
66 views
It is very interesting to sit at the table and watch the chef work Salad is fresh and tasty Sashimi is very fresh and yummy. Especially love the sweet shrimp and the otoro Lobster is very yummy. One hole lobsters in this set lunch The wagyu is super delicious. Simply melt in your mouth Fried garlic rice is very good too. But by this time is very full already Teppan mushroom and bean sprout. Green tea ice cream Total cost for this set lunch is $200+ close to $300. continue reading
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Seemy full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2013/10/31/great-brunch-mini-kaiseki-keyaki-quick-update-on-27oct2013/a quick update. last had excellent brunch here on 18.8.2013. everything was good as before. the mini kaiseki brunch was truly good quality & great value. thumbs up! menu items same as before. sashimi (kajiki, sake, maguro) were good quality – sweet & fresh! chawanmushi was very good – very smooth & tasty! tempura also was among the good ones. the teriyaki cod was the best – good helping & really nice!:chopstick: i must try this at home! the teppanyaki beef tenderloin rare was good, but the kagoshima pork was better! :-)& we had 3 pieces of maki. nice too.we asked, & they let us changed to black sesame ice cream, but the macha ice cream was good here too! :-)for S$60++pax, it was really very good value for the quality of food. continue reading
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Level3 2012-04-29
29 views
These meat rolls from Keyaki really make this Japanese restaurant proud! It is not only my favourite dish, and also is family and friends' favourite as well. The meat rolls are filled with generous amount of minced meat, carrot, asapagus, chestnuts, chopped garlic and minced prawn that make it tastes so sweet and juicy. Although it is served cold, you will still love that great taste from it and best serve with their cold noodles as well. And also based with lots of sweet japanese sauce,it has really enhance this meat rolls taste and will be will like for all ages. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-29
22 views
Eventhough this restaurant is quite popular for their fine dining experience for their Japanese dishes, but I personally prefer their desserts over to their main dishes here. My favourite will be their black sesame ice cream with different types of side toppings. The ice cream is filled with lots of black sesame flavour and the texture is really thick and creamy. Love their side toppings which includes diced mangoes, preserved coconut, sliced oranges and thick plum sauce. All these toppings if you separately eat with the ice cream, you will feel their individual unique tastes on them. continue reading
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