The biggest and heaviest Japanese Curry Rice in Singapore.
Ginza Bairin is a Tokyo Ginza-based specialty Tonkatsu (breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet) restaurant offering a variety of Signature dishes that have been kept true for three generation. Established in 1927, Ginza Bairin was the first Tonkatsu restaurant in Ginza, as well as the first to offer the now popularBite-Size Katsu(Hitokuchi Katsu), Tonkatsu Sauce and the Katsu Sandwich. Now, the same Ginza Bairin has found a new home here in Singapore, we can now enjoy the authentic taste of Kurobuta (Black pig), a special breed of pig, freshly flown from Kagoshima, Japan, because Ginza Bairin has been known for. Our Singapore Branch will be having an array of menus to choose from, including choices of Katsu Sandwich, Donburi (rice bowls) and Bento (take-away) meals.
IndoBox exudes a cozy & relaxing ambience for our guests to dine in and unwind – our distinctive flavours lie in the delicate blend of herbs and spices, fresh ingredients & an extraordinary amount of precision in preparation. Enjoy the true Indonesia hospitality.
Imperial Treasure Group lastest flagship, Imperial Treasure Noodle & Congee House is located at the heart of Singapore, ION Orchard. Its modern space incorporates a transparent design with an open kitchen concept. The restaurant is a casual dining Chinese restaurant which serves traditional Cantonese cuisine with authentic tastes that comprise of Hong Kong congee, noodles and BBQ items.
Watami, with its success in more than 730 restaurant outlets in Asia, has finally made its foray into Singapore. Bringing in the authentic Japanese taste to Singapore, Watami presents to you the “Ishokuya” dining concept showcasing the delights of modern Japanese cuisine, which include some of Watami’s original dishes and signature beverages. Coupled with our exceptionally high standards of service, we aim to create a memorable and enjoyable experience for our guests.
In pursue of our group slogan, “to receive the most number of thank you in the world”, we take great pride in the fact that we have over 630 outlets in Japan and 100 outlets outside of Japan that cater specifically to Japanese tastes. We will bring that same authentic Japanese taste into our restaurants here, showcasing the delights of modern Japanese cuisine.
We have immense experience in managing and ensuring that our food standards are maintained through all the stores. At the same time, we strongly believe in providing a level of service that is above and beyond the call of duty. We aim to showcase the exceptionally high standards of service that is uniquely Japanese.
Singapore’s First Japanese Restaurant Serving Home-cooked Cuisine from the Heart of Orchard With changing lifestyle habits, there has been a growing demand for daily meals to be taken out of home, without the pinch on the pocket or busting cholesterol levels. That’s exactly where Ootoya has found its niche. Its niche is definitely a selling point on its own, attracting both locals and native Japanese alike. This alone is a testament to its quality, authenticity and sheer comfort – the Japanese way: “Without the added preservatives and flavorings, each ingredient should speak for itself and exude its unique taste of freshness – that’s what daily meals should taste like” said Philip Cheong, the Project Manager behind Ootoya’s first restaurant in Singapore. Since 1958, its success has been prominent in and abroad the shores of Japan, with Orchard Central as its first stop to bringing homely goodness to the masses. There are currently 214 branches in Japan, 20 in Thailand, 11 in Taiwan, 3 in Hong Kong and 3 in Indonesia. “What we do best are home cooked meals that accentuate the flavor of our freshest ingredients, flown direct from Japan into the skilful hands of our Chefs” added Cheong. From the pastel tones of the textured wallpaper to the tabletop salt garnish, no detail is left neglected. Every detail, down to the tatami mats, is purposefully chosen to connect diners to a typical Japanese home, where home cooking takes center stage. Being the first Japanese restaurant to pay such unrivalled attention to health and well-being, even the placement of chopsticks and the rice bowl, models after the traditional Japanese setting – bowl on the left, soup on the right, and chopsticks sliding out into the right hand. This only goes to show the dining ergonomics surely promotes health and wellbeing, surely the perfect place for Jappy foodies to date the health enthusiast. Oh and did we mention? A set of the freshest catch from the sea starts doesn’t go past $20 – now, that’s really some real Japanese stuff that’s worth going for.
The Tonkatsu Specialist in Orchard Central
If you’ve been to Japan or at least, have a slight inclination towards a Japanese dining culture, you’d be familiar with that breaded cut of meat which the Japanese hold so dearly to their heart. ‘Tonkatsu’, meaning ‘fried pork cutlet’, is a staple in the menus of most eateries in Japan. Bringing this culture to Singapore is Tonkichi – the specialist in Tonkatsu locally for the past 16 years.
There’s no secret in its continued success but they are one chain of restaurants who has thoughtfully balanced the original native taste to suit our local preference. In the words of Suzuki-san, General Manager of Tonkichi, it’s all about a ‘sincerity to its recipe’ and the respect given to each ingredient. Treating each ingredient the right way and presenting every dish in its original manner is what makes customers keep coming back for more.
The interiors of the restaurant are decorated so that local diners have a feel of Japan, as Suzuki-san puts it, ‘dining in Japan, with a local flavour’. Comfortably housing 50 – 70 guests, hearty diners will be in for a treat as rice and cabbage slices can be refilled at no additional cost, for all set meals. The outlet at Orchard Central boasts a wider menu variety, with a selection of Sashimi and side dishes.
Tonkichi believes in being able to bring gourmet food to locals and letting diners of all ages fall in love with their irresistible delight of breaded goodness.
Itacho means Chief Chef in Japanese. Itacho is the title given to the person with the most sublime position in a Japanese restaurant. Itacho creates food with precious food ingredients to each and everyone of his guests. With the same believe, Itacho Sushi only uses seasonal fresh fish and first class ingredients, with which chefs will instantly prepare handmade fresh sushi when guests order. With so much to offer, Itacho Sushi, since opening its first outlet in Hong Kong till its current 24 outlets, has attracted long queues outside its doors everyday.
Satisfy your hot pot cravings at Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant. With a heavenly selection of fresh and finest ingredients, flavourful soup bases and 16 condiments to choose from, guest will be spoiled for choice. A perfect spot for corporate, family and friends gathering.
Ichiban Boshi introduces Japanese dining with a dash of modern simplicity offering the best premium quality sushi, sashimi, seafood and variety of set meals. With an emphasis on quality, Ichiban Boshi is proud to present premium Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices throughout the year.
Here comes the restaurant for original and authentic Kaiten Sushi from Japan! The ingredients are so fresh that you can’t resist a second round!
Michelin star awarded and ranked as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Restaurants by The New York Times, Din Tai Fung has its roots dating back to Taiwan 40 years ago. With its famous signature xiao long baos (steamed pork dumplings) and heart-warming steamed chicken soup, this authentic Taiwanese restaurant has been making waves with branches throughout the world, including Singapore, Thailand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, and USA.