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Arriving by Bus: #7/14/14e/16/65/106/111/123/175/502/502A, Bustop Name: Midpoint Orchard, Bustop No.: 09038. Arriving by Train: Somerset MRT. Nearest Carpark: 313@Somerset Carpark continue reading
Introduction
Tarafuku restaurant is part of the Tampopo group that is popular for its wide selection of sushi, sashimi and shabu shabu. It is an authentic Japanese sushi shop, featuring a concept with mini fresh fish market and quality cooked seafood from Japan for dining in. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Other Info
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.cfc.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Fresh Salmon Sashimi Shabu Shabu Shuyo Ramen
Review (13)
Level4 2012-08-01
75 views
I always go for the chawanmushi during my first round of buffet. I liked the soft smooth egg custard gently going downmy throat. It was light so as to prepare me for heavier dishes after that. I would normally take a few slices of salmonsashimi too as there were no swordfish.Then I started trying out small portions of other dishes too. I normally do not try them twice unless they were really my liking.Not surprising to have heaps of salmon sashimis piling on my plate too. There were also ramen, fried food and salad, which did not really interest me. After a few rounds, especially salmon sashimis, I decided to go for the desserts. Sponge cakes with cream, and light macaroon's shells (not cookies). Drank a few cups of diluted green tea and ate some fruits to wash away the sweetness from my mouth. The last intake would be the ice-cream. A scoop of green tea (my favourite), black sesame and chocolate chips. I took another serving of green tea ice cream after that. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-26
36 views
Food:  I've long since learned to focus on the key items in a Japanese buffet and not to waste time with the Udon,  fried rice,  deep fried chicken,  green salads, and potato chips,  which are not typically Japanese.  I started with a large dish of shashimi - tuna, salmon and squid (ika).  The tuna was particularly fresh and tasty compared to other joints that tend to serve mushy tuna. Ambience:  It's a reasonable sized restaurant with small tables and chairs but it was unusually crowded on a Wednesday afternoon for lunch continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-06
31 views
recently i have been always eating delicious and out of budget's food, but it doesnt matter a lot as long as it is nice!this buffet is japanese style, having a variety of all the japanese food like sushis, shashimi, hot pots, etc. so i went to there to celebrate my classmate's birthday and we had a hard time squeezing all the food into our stomach! continue reading
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I ate at this buffet restaurant for dinner with a group of friends as we were hunting for a buffet dinner within our budget. Each adult pays about $30 after gst and service charge for dinner at student price. I feel that it is not very worth it for the quantity and quality of food available. The buffet is half ala-carte and half self-served. The raw sashimi and meat were not very fresh and need to be self-cooked in the little pot they have on each table. The fried food were so-so and the udon and ramen were not bad. The soft shell crab, which you have to order from the menu is easily the best dish I tried at the restaurant. Well-seasoned and crispy all round, the crab can be eaten shell and all. I recommend that anyone going to this restaurant order the soft shell crab.The choice of desserts was quite limited but more or less adequate for the price paid.Most of the cakes were not bad. The black sesame ice cream was really good, but the cookies and cream ice cream had too much ice in it.Overall, a good choice if you are on a budget and are looking for a sizable japanese buffet. 7.5/10 continue reading
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Taking a leap of faith, my friends and I decided to pop by this restaurant to try some of their Japanese food. And oh my, everything is up-to-standard! Usually they'd just anyhow cook a dish but these food is really good!We went quite late, almost closing time, but luckily there were still seats available and there's a wide range of cooked food, uncooked food, desserts. The salmon is really good! Eat less of the cooked food though, they're not really worth it because it's super deep-fried. continue reading
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