Tanoke – Serving Sake Brunch Buffet on Sundays

The friend wanted to go for brunch at Tanoke but this place ain’t your usual brunch place. It serves Japanese fare and we opted for the sake buffet which costs $48 per pax (without the food). Located at Purvis street, this place is pretty new as we found out they were just opened about a…

Boruto – Japanese Tapas & Sake Bar

I first heard about Boruto from a friend and decided to drop by for dinner one day. The place has 2 levels. Tapas bar on the first and sake bar on the the second though you can still order food as well. The menu has a great variety, decked out in their standard menu, new…

Birders – Fire Birds & Sake @ Tras Street

Birders moved into Tras street recently and when we visited, they were only opened for business for 3 weeks. The menu is conceptualised by chef┬áMakoto Deguchi, who is a frequent face in┬áSingapore food scene. The interior is very modern, and it feels different from your usual yakitori places. On first glance, I thought perhaps this…

Hokkaido Izakaya – A Taste of Hokkaido Dishes

One of the newer izakaya that opened lately, Hokkaido izakaya occupies the space along Tanjong pagar road, welcoming itself to the already populated row of restaurants situated along the area. Specializing in Hokkaido cuisine, the izakaya aims to promote produces from the Northern Japan, tantalizing diners with their tastebuds The place was filled with many…

Yakitori Shirokane Tori-Tama

It has been a very tiring week, so much that the friend decided we needed to unwind over some sake. So Z suggested Shirokane cos her boss is a regular there and they served some mean yakitori and sake. The place was packed, and you probably can’t get a table without a reservation. There were…