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Telephone
6738 7177
Introduction
Nanjya Monjya is located on the riverbank, with airy and relaxing outdoor terrace seats. It has a thoughtfully curated menu of Japanese food, which includes specialties such as their Okonomiyaki aside other traditional favorites. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
17:30 - 01:00
Mon - Sun
17:30 - 01:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Chill-out
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Scenery
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/pg/Nanjya-Monjya-Waterfront-135299893300222/
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Kansai Okonomiyaki Monjya Yaki Tofu Mentai Cheese
Review (3)
Level2 2014-01-12
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First time experiencing to cook your own self or pure authentic japanese comfort food! love the style they did on their menu, but it really confusing for us since its our first time trying out. environment is really nice and this place serves Okonomiyaki and Monjyayaki!! its a place where you can really find affordable japanese food, really friendly crew who will serve/help you cook if you dont know how to cook them (idn't really got the chance to try lot of the dishes on the menu, but got to try the Monjayaki, which was really interesting since it gluey/starchy kind of pancake style, a first for me continue reading
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For more details and pictures, visit : http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2012/12/nanjya-monjya-sizzling-end-to-year-2012.htmlwe ordered the Tuna Flake Okonomiyaki and the raw ingredients were served. Tuna flakes might seemed like a boring right-out-of-the can ingredient but the tuna served here was way better than the average canned tuna. Diners can choose to DIY or request the staff to do it. Being amateurs, we took the backseat to watch our the pancake sizzle in front our eyes. the ultimate surprise of the day was the Teppan Kaki with Bacon and Japanese leek. This teppan dish consists of six big plump Australian oysters with slices of bacon and sweet Japanese leek that sizzled on the hot plate with butter and oil from the bacon. The pink bacon turned into a lovely dark brown after it was cooked. Never imagined that bacon can go well with oysters. continue reading
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Level3 2011-11-15
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Came here with friends,is my second here,They have other branch @ Allson HotelMost of the thing we had were teppanyaki items,as it's their signature item & most of the tables have a hot plate all ready for some teppanyaki action.Their japanese pancake, with spring onions , lots of cabbage, This takes AGES to cook but tastes pretty good.The best dish that we had here was Geso Butter ,Is taco tentacles grilled with butter & spring onions. The garlic fried rice was also fried on the teppanyaki grill & was pretty good & interestingWe were so hungry that we kept checking it periodically &ate it the moment it was done.This place is nice,but some staff was abit blur & took wrong of our order,price a bit expensive,overall i rate 7/10 continue reading
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