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Introduction
Restaurant Hoshigaoka, the restaurant from Japan brought with it traditional Japanese cooking with an emphasis on discriminating culinary tastes, sumptuous dishes, a serene atmosphere and trademark Japanese hospitality. To appeal to a broader market, Hoshigaoka Saryo was renamed Restaurant Hoshigaoka in 1986. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.hoshigaoka.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Buta Don Hongshigaoka Zen Tempura Mori Unagi Sushi
Review (1)
Level1 2013-10-07
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Had lunch here today with my family around 3pm or so. When we arrived, the entire restaurant was empty and very quiet. I ordered the Gomoku Bento, which consisted of an unatama don, a sashimi salad, mixed deep fried dishes, a bowl of miso soup and a scoop of matcha ice cream and a scoop of red bean paste. The meal took rather long to prefer, about 20 minutes which came off as slightly too long for me, considering how there was absolutely no one else in the restaurant at all. The unatama don was alright, but very very salty. The rice was too mushy for my liking as well, and too much sauce was used to season everything. The sashimi salad consisted of cubes of tuna, cubes of salmon, a shrimp, and raw cabbage along with small cubes of zucchini. The sashimi did not taste very fresh, and was a little tasteless. Mixed deep fried dishes were tempura styled fish, chicken karaage, shiitake mushroom and a prawn. Batter was tasteless and everything tasted very oily. Miso soup tasted as though it came straight out of a premixed packet. The only saving grace of the meal was the ice cream, which tasted more like a scoop of gelato instead of real ice cream. The red bean paste it came with was overwhelmingly sweet as well. Overall, this entire set came off as very overpriced and not worth the $28.20++ I paid for it. continue reading
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