The restaurant is divided into several sections, with a particular range of food offered in each nook. The outlet also has private rooms with Japanese-inspired windows and dim lighting.
Adding to the atmosphere, waitresses clad in full turquoise kimonos guide diners to their seats and serve at food counters.
Diners can try their hand at preparing their own Japanese BBQ skewer with their choice of ingredients from options that include chicken, beef, prawns, shitake mushrooms and chicken wings, which go perfectly with the Teriyaki sauce or the Shioyaki (salt) available.
At the front of the restaurant are a few stalls, decorated in true Japanese style, that offer Sukiyaki, Japanese BBQ Skewer and a selection of noodles, ranging from Ramen and White Udon to Buckwheat Soba and Mocha Soba (Japanese Green Teaflavoured Cold Noodles). Diners can eat the noodles with either the Clear Soup or the Nameko Miso Soup (Soya Bean Paste Soup).
All-time favourites like fresh salmon, butterfish, oyster, boiled octopus, sashimi, octopus, Japanese pickles, tempura, California rolls, Unagi Kabayaki (Grilled Eel), Ebi Shogatani (Grilled Prawn with Salt), Niku Tofu (Simmered Beef cooked with Tofu), Lamb Sansho Yaki (Grilled Lamb with Japanese Pepper) and Chikuzeni (Simmered Mix Vegetables cooked with Japanese Soya Sauce) are available, too.
Source : STAR
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