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10 Modern Japanese Restaurants With Super Dining Deals, Including 1-For-1 Omakase And Up To 55% OFF BBQ Buffet

With so many Japanese restaurants, from casual to fine dining dotting the Singapore landscape, choosing which one to go to could be quite stressful. Especially if you can’t reconcile the quality you desire and the budget you have.

Thankfully, dining deals are here to ease your worries away.

Enjoy your favourite Japanese dishes in a modern, relaxing ambiance while savings dollars with attractive ChopeDeals vouchers.

ChopeDeals Online Food Festival is happening from 24 to 26 September.

Expect over 200 unbelievable dining deals ranging from heavily discounted 1-for-1s for signature mains, set menus and buffets at top restaurants, to timed flash deals AS LOW AS $1 at 12pm, 6pm and 8pm on these 3 days.

Here are 10 modern Japanese restaurants to explore, offering a wide spectrum of traditional and contemporary Japanese meals. For sure, your taste buds will find the perfect match as your wallets remain loaded.

RIZU Modern Japanese Cuisine
39 Duxton Hill Singapore 089617
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 10:30pm (Tue – Sat), Closed Mon, Sun

Helmed by Head Chef Noboru Shimohigashi, RIZU Modern Japanese Cuisine is a dining oasis in the busy Duxton Hill district.

Its contemporary menu offers fresh sashimi, sushi, and omakase dishes, impressively crafted with precision.

Try their 6-Course Lunch Set (at an incredible price of 1-for-1 at $80.03 nett) which includes Marinated Mackerel, Whelk, Cucumber, Onsen Egg, Mushroom, Greeling (Ainame), Crab Soup Risotto, and Dessert of the day.

For the main, add $10 if you would like to switch to a Wagyu Beef Stew slow-cooked till fork-tender.

The highlight of the meal is definitely the Crab Soup Risotto, every mouthful with the delicate flavour and sweetness of the seafood.

Celebrate over some premium wine, champagne or sake (they’ve got an impressive line-up) while you relax in its ambiance, complete with soothing jazz music, and soft lighting.

ChopeDeals: 1-for-1 6-Course Lunch Set @ $80.03 nett, includes:
1. Marinated Mackerel
2. Whelk, Cucumber
3. Onsen Egg, Mushroom
4. Greeling (Ainame) OR Wagyu Beef Stew (+$10)
5. Crab Soup Risotto
6. Dessert of the day
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Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant
181 Orchard Road #12-02 Orchard Central Singapore (238896)
Opening Hours 12pm – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10:30pm (Sun – Thu, Sat)
12pm – 2:30pm, 6pm – 11:30pm (Fri)

Options abound here at the Tsukiji Fish Market Restaurant, a one-stop shop for Japanese cuisine housing six unique dining concepts in one floor.

The restaurant is on the rooftop garden of Orchard Central, accessed from the 12th floor.

Named after Tokyo’s famous fish market, the restaurant is a paradise for Japanese food aficionados for its extensive menu. The seasonality of ingredients will excite you with a different set of dishes each day.

Spoil yourself with the freshest sashimi and sushi, crunchiest tempura (try Ebizo Signature Tempura Don), comforting ramen (the rich broth lekei ramen Sakuta-ya is a recommended), premium Wagyu beef, and more.

The highlight dish to get would be the Tsukiji Special Foie Gras Bara Chirashi Don ($25.80). It consists of fresh sashimi cubes (salmon, tuna, swordfish), salmon roe, flying fish roe, foie gras, and tamago all atop sushi rice. What makes this extra special is the chef’s secret ingredient in the vinegar mix for the rice.

The restaurant has also just launched an “UnaSho” concept, offering Hitsumabushi of barbecued grilled eel with thick and savoury sauce over rice. Great for Unagi lovers.

ChopeDeals: $35 for $50 cash voucher, $70 for $100 cash voucher
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Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant (Marina Square)
6 Raffles Boulevard #03-129 Marina Square Shopping Mall Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 2:30pm Last Order 2pm, 5:30pm – 10pm Last Order 9:30pm (Mon – Fri)
11:30am – 10pm Last Order 9:30pm (Sat – Sun & PH)

8 Grange Road #02-11 Cineleisure Orchard Singapore 239695
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm (Mon – Thu)
12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 11pm (Fri & Eve of PH), 12pm – 11pm (Sat), 12pm – 10pm (Sun)

A best-kept secret among Singaporean foodies who love Japanese cuisine, Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant offers value-for-money buffets.

Go for either the Deluxe or Premium Yakiniku Buffet and get unlimited servings of Wagyu Beef and premium Seafood like Hokkaido Jumbo Oyster, Giant Scallop, and White Tuna.

Grill yourself a BBQ feast with multiple meats, from beef (ox tongue, beef belly and striploin) to pork (cheek fillet, smoked belly, collar, loin, and the uber tender Kuro Buta Kaburi or Black Pork Belly), to chicken (boneless leg, wing), and lamb intercostal (Lamb Nakaochi).

The restaurant uses premium Japan-sourced Wagyu Beef graded no less than a marbling score of 7+. Special Wagyu cuts, like ox tongue, short rib, beef rib intercostal, beef rib eye cap, and mixed beef & pork patty, are flown in from Kagoshima and Hokkaido, as well as US and Australia.

Elevate your meal with the Wagyu Beef Yukke topped with a runny egg yolk for that added indulgence.

Want lighter options? They have a medley of seafood to choose from. Salmon Belly, Sea Bream, Yellowtail, Mackerel, Tuna, and Octopus are available sashimi-style. You’ll also find spicy local fish cakes, prawns, squids, and capelin fish.

ChopeDeals: Signature Wagyu x Kaisen Don Dish at $13.34 (U.P $22.24), includes Wagyu Tataki with assorted fresh fish, topped with onsen egg and ikura
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ChopeDeals: 55% off Deluxe BBQ & Shabu Shabu Buffet, prices start from $37.44 per pax (U.P $83.20)
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Unagiya Ichinoji Dining (Suntec City)
3 Temasek Boulevard #03-307 Suntec City Mall Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Unagiya Ichinoji Dining is a Japanese dining concept specialises in serving unagi in three signature styles from Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka prefectures. This is its overseas outpost by Miyagawa, a famous 125-year-old unagi restaurant chain from Japan.

The highlight of the menu is their Hitsumabushi, a signature dish with eel cooked Nagoya-style – slender, and crisp.

Order this bowl of either steamed white Japanese rice or 16-multigrain Japanese rice generously topped with grilled unagi.

Almost like a ceremony, you can eat Hitsumabushi in four ways. First, divide your bowl into four portions and enjoy one portion on its own, relishing the eel’s delicate flavour. Second, add nori, wasabi, green onion, and mentaiko (spicy cod roe) and savour your rice and eel flavoured. Third, pour clear dashi, mix and eat. Lastly, create your own mix.

Eel fans will appreciate the distinction in how it’s grilled. Steamed-then-grilled, or accompanied with other ingredients, or torched to make it crisp outside and tender inside.

Choose between two special home-made unagi sauces – the saltier Japanese version with higher shoyu content, or the sweeter Singapore version.

ChopeDeals: Unagi Hitsumabushi Set at $29.80 (U.P $38.35)
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Umi Nami
8 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, Singapore 277674
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 12am (Mon – Sun)

What foodies are loving at Umi Nami is its affordability. This no-frills Jap place is located at the Holland Village area, a place convenient for after-work dinners.

If you want affordable donburis that doesn’t hurt the wallet priced between $10 – $25 (now 1-for-1 with drink included at only $15), check it out.

First up, it offers the popular Bara Chirashi Don with fresh chunks of tuna, salmon, tamago and squid atop traditional sushi rice.

Those who prefer their sashimi torched should get the Aburi Salmon Don, offering the same Japanese rice laden with chunks of aburi salmon. You’ll love how the slightly charred cubes simply melt in your mouth.

Maguro Tataki Don is also available with lightly-seared thinly-sliced blue-fin tuna in a black pepper marinade. Comes with a dollop of ponzu sauce to impart a citrus flavour.

ChopeDeals: 1-for-1 Donburi Bowl with drink at $15 (U.P $30.00)
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Mitsu Sushi Bar
21 Duxton Road, Singapore 089487
Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

The next time you find yourself along the hip Duxton Road, drop by Mitsu Sushi Bar where they specialise in a variety of quality seafood.

“One fish, three ways”. This is one specialty of Mitsu Sushi Bar, where diners can order a whole fish (the fish of the day) and let the chef prepare three dishes out of it.

As for its 7-course Omakase, expect a bountiful meal of Tamago Tofu, Sashimi, Tempura Moriawase, Ikura Chawanmushi, Sushi, Miso Soup, and Dessert.

Look forward to freshness in its dishes as seafood and produces are imported in small batches five times per week from markets in Kyushu and Hokkaido.

ChopeDeals: 7-Course Omakase Menu at $60.00 Nett (U.P $80), includes
1. Tamago Tofu
2. Sashimi (5pc)
3. Tempura Moriawase
4. Ikura Chawanmushi
5. Sushi (6pc)
6. Miso Soup
7. Dessert

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Mikuni
80 Bras Basah Road Level 3 Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560
Opening Hours: 12pm – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

Mikuni combines century-old Japanese culinary techniques with modern methods to give you a multi-sensory dining experience.

Choose from any of its three live stations – Teppanyaki, Sushi, and Robatayaki – each one boasting of the most premium seasonal produce.

Let each stationed chef take you on a culinary journey through masterfully prepared signature dishes.

For fans of Wagyu, go for the Miyazaki Wagyu Sirloin (200g) prepared Teppanyaki-style, the finest Wagyu from the Miyazaki Prefecture. It has that nice crisp surface from the light searing on the Teppan grill.

Good on its own succulence, or enhanced further with 4 available condiments: garlic chips, garlic soy sauce, wasabi, and anticucho sauce. Balance your meat with seasonal veggies served on the side.

ChopeDeals: $97.50 for $150 cash voucher
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Chi Kinjo
29 Stanley Street #01-01 Singapore 068738
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5pm – 12am (Mon – Fri), 6pm – 10:30pm (Sat), Closed Sun & PH

Chi Kinjo is a modern sake and highball den, designed as a split-level restaurant. Upstairs is a cosy and modern Japanese resto while the bar is located downstairs. You’ll notice the stark contrast in ambiance as the bar is dimmer for a more intimate dining and drinking experience.

Helmed by Chef Lamley Chua, Chi Kinjo is part of the Coterie Concepts along with bars and eateries Sum Yi Tai, Mona Lounger, and Eliza.

Highlights include the Kaffir Lime Karaage, made with chicken thighs marinated in kaffir lime and deep-fried until crispy, keeping the insides still juicy. Dab some of their red pepper mayo to add a subtle fiery flavour to the chicken.

In the mood for steak? They have the Smoked Striploin Steak uniquely drizzled with charcoal oil. This grilled striploin is accompanied with a black garlic onion cream-style sauce and some Jerusalem artichoke aka sunchoke chips.

The nigari here is prepared aburi-style, where the fresh fish meat is torched to intensify its flavour. Try the Salmon and Foie Gras prized for the goose liver marinated in miso and milk to enhance its fattiness. The delicate Buri Cheese is a more delicate nigari option made with seared Buri fish and topped with tobiko cheese.

ChopeDeals: $32.50 for $50 voucher
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Sushi Jiro (Marina Mandarin)
6 Raffles Boulevard #04-600 Marina Mandarin Hotel Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Sushi Jiro (Keppel Bay)
2 Keppel Bay Vista #02-01 Marina At Keppel Bay Singapore 098382
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 10:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Another modern restaurant fit for fine dining is Sushi Jiro, with two outlets across Singapore serving premium Japanese seafood. This renowned sushiya is founded by Nakano Jiro-San over 2 decades ago.

Dishes, courtesy of seasoned Japanese chefs, are made from fresh hand-picked produce, air-flown from Japan up to 4 times a week.

Have a good time savouring their exquisite Sushi and Omakase courses prepared in authentic Japanese styles.

Aside from their sushi, their rice bowls are also recommended. Try their Una-Don for the perfectly grilled unagi laden and served with a soy-based marinade. You get a bowl of sticky Japanese rice, plus thinly sliced egg crepes, a sprinkling of sesame seeds, and a portion of tsukemono (Japanese pickles).

Want both uni and sashimi? The Chirashi Don is for you, featuring seasonal sashimi, ikura, and uni.

Finally, indulge in their Premium Wagyu A5 Beef Don. Meat-lovers won’t be able to resist this high-quality cut of meat worth splurging on.

ChopeDeals: $32.50 for $50 voucher
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Tokidon
16 Raffles Quay, #B1-33 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Fri), Closed Sat – Sun

Hearty, gourmet rice bowls are spot on here, where each bowl is packed with flavours from fresh, premium ingredients.

Located in Singapore’s CBD, Tokidon allows you to elevate your daily humdrum lunch or dinner. At the basement of Hong Leong Building you’ll find the newly revamped Tokidon, courtesy of the team behind Jam and Fat Dragon.

Highly recommended is their signature Sukiyaki Bowl featuring tender slices of beef slow-simmered in a special in-house gravy.

The sweet and savoury sukiyaki sauce contrasts the flavour of a runny, onsen egg added to it. Served atop steamed Japanese rice, this will not fail to comfort any famished diner on a rush.

To make meal times even more unique and exciting, Tokidon holds regular Izakaya pop-ups. Watch out for these after-work experiences guaranteed to de-stress you in the most delicious way.

ChopeDeals: $5 for $10 voucher, $11 for $20 voucher
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ChopeDeals’ 3-Day Mega Online Food Festival
The 3-day Online Food Festival is happening from 24 to 26 September.

During the Mega Sale Day from 26 September 12am sharp, there will be over 200 dining deals up for grabs, at up to 75% OFF.

Also check out the variety of 1-for-1 deals on sale, including signature mains and top buffets; and up to 60% off cash vouchers (e.g. $19.8 for $50 cash vouchers).

Do set your alarms for the timed flash deals at 12pm, 6pm and 8pm during the 3 days to score deals as low as $1.

Here’s how you can enjoy massive savings with ChopeDeals in 4 simple steps:
Step 1 – Choose: Choose an offer from a list of curated restaurants available on the Chope app or ChopeDeals website
Step 2 – Get Deal: Purchase the discounted voucher and receive it via your email or the Chope app.
Step 3 – Dine: Inform the staff that you will be using your voucher prior to ordering.
Step 4 – Redeem: Present your voucher during payment to offset the bill and enjoy your savings.

1-day Exclusive Storewide Discount on 26 September, Mega Sale Day:
Enjoy $10 off with a minimum spend of $50 using “10OFF” code. This code is limited to the first 5000 redemptions and is only applicable for diners who pay using DBS PayLah! at checkout page.

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Chope.

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When the Asians and Chinese immigrated to the United States, they introduced their cuisines with them. Now there are Asian and Chinese dining places and consuming sites wherever one can get pleasure from their unique and tasty dishes and delicacies. As extra Asians have immigrated to the United States, they have developed a desire for the fruits, veggies, fungi, sauces, and noodles exceptional to their indigenous land.

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Heat is distributed evenly by way of the wok, earning it best for stir-fry cooking. Heat is a single of the techniques in Asian cooking. It is quite affordable simply because significantly less oil is employed for deep frying than a standard deep-fat fryer. The wok is usually employed for stir-frying meats and greens, but can also be utilised for steaming, deep frying, braising, smoking cigarettes, and building soups.

Classic woks had been produced out of steel, but woks manufactured of this content are tricky to uncover right now. They commonly experienced two handles. Currently as an alternative of double handles, woks have one particular extended cope with like a skillet. This will make the woks simpler to use and transfer. Most present day woks are created of stainless metal, copper or aluminum. Because woks are now made use of on the stove major, contemporary woks have flat bottoms. There are also electric woks, which can be made use of at lessen temperatures than common woks.

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