All Branches (4)
6556 1330
Opening Hours
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Online Reservation
Restaurant Website
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Bento Sets Karei Karaage (Deep Fried Flat Fish)
Review (2)
Rakuichi Japanese Restaurant has flown rather under the rader since 2005, when they first opened in Singapore. Partially, this is due to a rather visually unappealing website and menu photographs, which do injustice to the great quality of their food. It's only when trying the food at Rakuichi that you'll be able to appreciate it!Ambience at Rakuichi is modern Japanese, and rather minimalist. There isn't much decor to speak of, and the central showpiece is the open kitchen, where you might catch a glimpse of the chef preparing your meal. I particularly like watching them grill / blow torch food.Service at Rakuichi Japanese Restaurant is friendly and efficient, with staff regularly coming to your table to top up the green tea. Staff are knowledgable enough about the menu, and can make recommendations, as well as carry conversations. Pace here is slightly leisurely, and as food is prepared upon order, a slight wait is inevitable.The menu doesn't do justice to the food at Rakuichi, as all their dishes look, and taste, much better than depicted in the photographs. The best thing about food at Rakuichi is the incredible freshness of the fish and seafood, and you get really high quality, great tasting dishes. Prices are slightly higher than other places, due to the quality of ingredients. Menu options are limited, but the focus helps them, as the food is consistently good. Full Rakuichi review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2013/12/rakuichi.html continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-29
Celebrated a colleague's birthday here. Place is big and comfy and not too crowded on a weekday lunchtime. Ordered Unagi Tamago Toji, Asupara Kushi, Shitake Kushi and Enoki Bacon Kushi to share and for mains i ordered Wagyu Beef Don while my colleague ordered Katsu don. This place also has a sushi belt with porcelain saucers instead of the usual plastic ones, but food wise it does not seem too appealing, did not see fellow diners picking up anything from the belt also. My wagyu beef did not feel wagyu at all and failed to wow me, portion was kind of small as well. The unagi tastes nice and cooked nicely with eggs but portion was kind of small. Total bill was $55 for two. Return to eat: maybe not continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)