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Went there for my birthday and was not disappointed. Sadly, there was little to no crowd at this place even though it was a Sunday lunch. Only one other group, even though they could have sat so much more.Well, there's not much to say. To check out the quality of the food you can try looking at my pictures, which fail to do the place justice. The sashimi just melts in your mouth. The saba is so well grilled, the meat slips off the bone cleanly. Everything you order will just be done at the highe
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Went there for my birthday and was not disappointed. Sadly, there was little to no crowd at this place even though it was a Sunday lunch. Only one other group, even though they could have sat so much more.

Well, there's not much to say. To check out the quality of the food you can try looking at my pictures, which fail to do the place justice. The sashimi just melts in your mouth. The saba is so well grilled, the meat slips off the bone cleanly. Everything you order will just be done at the highest standards. Though there is little by way of innovation here, they have what you'll expect in a Japanese establishment, so you'll not be left wanting (save for ramen...).

Unfortunately, their staff are Chinese-speaking, not Japanese, so while they will never leave you wanting for water refills or such, expect a little trouble communicating with them. They are friendly and polite and accommodating though, so that puts them in the upper echelons of service standards here in Singapore.

I would come here even if it weren't a special day, even though they are a little pricey. Nice as the restaurant's decor was, the view outside was marred by ugly cranes and office buildings.

For more food photos, check out Omnivoracious (http://omnivoracious.tumblr.com)!
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Date of Visit
2010-07-18
Spending Per Head
$30
Celebration
Birthday