Mon-Sat 11.30am to 2.30pm | 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Tatsu is also one of the first Omakase Japanese Restaurants in Singapore and integral to the charming F&B scene at Chijmes. Set amidst marbled walls and polished granite dining tops, watch the passionate sushi chefs create edible masterpieces ‘live’ with their deft hands.
1 Orchard Boulevard #01-01/02
Camden Medical Centre
Tel: +65 6735 0308
FAT COW first opened its doors in 2011.The word “FAT” in FAT COW stands for luxury and indulgence, and is also a play on the word “Fatt” which in Mandarin dialect means prosperity. Spanning slightly over 3500 sq ft, the restaurant’s design takes a contemporary approach to the Japanese “Wabi-Sabi” concept – the art of finding beauty in things modest, simple and humble.
The luxurious Japanese restaurant serves a handpicked selection of the finest Wagyu from reputable farms around the world, through customized beef experiences; where guests can enjoy their choice of beef over a variety of Japanese preparation methods – Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Hobayaki or the ever-popular Sumibiyaki (charcoal-grill). The highlight of the menu remains the handpicked selection of Wagyu beef cuts from different regions of Japan.
*TERMS & CONDITIONS
– Last reservation is at 10pm.
– Kindly note that email reservations/enquiries do not serve as a confirmation for dining reservations or event booking.
– Confirmation of your booking will be made via your given email and phone number within 24 hours on weekdays and on the next working day on weekends.
– Dress Code - Smart Casual (no slippers/shorts/bermuda/sandals)
78 Moh Guan Terrace #01-19
Tel: +65 64384567
Lunch – last Order at 2.30pm
Tuesdays to Sundays – 12.00pm to 3.00pm
Dinner – Tuesdays to Sundays - 6.00pm till late
Inspired by a yakitori-ya (traditional small grilling stalls) in Osaka, Bincho is an all-in-one unique dining concept tying Singapore’s past with the present. Transformed from a 70-year old traditional kopitiam (coffee shop), highlights from Bincho include the old school mee pok stall, the classic coffee & toast, evergreen marble tables, beloved rickety wooden chairs; a modern open-concept yakitori bar with hues of copper headed by the affable Chef Asai Masashi; and a bar featuring progressive and playful Japanese-inspired cocktails as well as an extensive Japanese whisky, sake and shochu list.
Meaning “aristocratic craftsmanship”, Ki-sho reflects a value deeply ingrained in every aspect of the dining journey we intend for our guests. From the architecture of the building and the vessels that contain the food, right down to the seasonally inspired ingredients you savour and the sake you sip, Ki-sho is a culinary showcase for Japanese artisanship delivered with omotenashi.