10 Japanese Restaurants in Sentosa To Satisfy Your Cravings!
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Sentosa Japanese Restaurant

Kwee Zeen, Syun, The Courtyard, ShuKuu Izakaya & Sake Bar, Pipes by Hattendo, Grissini, KOMA Singapore, Akira Back, Waku Ghin, Sen of Japan. Many more.

The most flavourful and rich cultural experience for tourists exploring Singapore awaits in the exquisite and traditionally inspired Japanese restaurants in Sentosa. If you feel that finding Japanese Food is hard in Singapore, just take a 15 minute ride to Sentosa. Here you will find an array of Japanese restaurants where you will be served authentic and lip smacking sushi, sashimi, ramen or more Oishi. And for those seeking convenience, consider exploring Sentosa through a Singapore package.

Intimate, refined places or casual cafes with uniquely curated menu, the Japanese restaurants in Sentosa have ambiance for every mood. Order a grilled cod or the Japanese whiskies, you will find so many flavourful wonders with authentic touch or a unique blend of their own. Some restaurants even source their ingredients from Japan, which adds a very delectable touch to the dishes served. Tourists can try the Pan- Asian cuisine at Kwee Zeen, or the fusion of Japanese and Korean cuisines in Akira Back. 

Here is the list of best Japanese restaurants in Sentosa:

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Akira Back

Akira Back is a beautiful location serving delectable Japanese food in both family friendly and romantic dining atmosphere. One of the finest Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, Akira Back is a place with creative ambiance and infinite possibilities.

Blending together the Japanese cuisine with Korean flavours and many others from around the world, Akira uses fresh and organic produce for its dishes. Enjoy the delicious grilled dishes, sushi and sashimi with great fresh pairings.

Location: JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, 30 Beach Road, Level B1M, Singapore 189763

Timing: Lunch (Monday to Sunday-12.00pm to 2.30pm)
             Dinner (Monday to Sunday-6.00pm to 10.00pm)
             Friday & Saturday (6.00pm to 10.30pm)

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Waku Ghin

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Sourcing fresh ingredients from around the world, Wali Ghin presents great culinary craftsmanship on the plate. Bringing the best of Japanese cuisine to its guests with a signature experience, the restaurant also ensures it keeps finding new ways to explore the flavours of the cuisine.

The restaurant is designed by award winning designer Yohei Akao, who has incorporated a minimal design in this renovated dining space. The dining space uses natural materials and is intricately detailed with odes to nature and heritage of Japan. The restaurant has an amazing bar, bar dining area and private rooms for guests to enjoy.

Location: L2-03, The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands

Timing: Bar/Bar Dining: Daily from 5pm
              Chef's Table: Daily from 5.30pm

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Sen of Japan

A modern Japanese restaurant, Sen of Japan is serving authentic cuisine with a contemporary touch of new world flavours. The basic concept of the restaurant is Sen or Freshness. A key note in their menu is well flavoured curations using the Japanese ingredients which are put together by a highly acclaimed chef, Nakano Hiromi.

Sen has one of Singapore's most extensive sake selections, as well as a sweetness-dryness chart to help you choose the best pairing for your meal.The intimate settings and excellent food are complemented by a breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline, creating a remarkable dining experience that is a feast for the eyes and taste senses - ideal for both work and leisure meals.

Location: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-86 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Timing: 11:30 am - 10 pm (Monday to Sunday)
              Last Order (Mon-Sun): 9:15 pm

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ShuKuu Izakaya & Sake Bar

The Shukuu Izakaya and Sake Bar are designed with great detailing to everything Japanese. Two of the most amazing Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, the restaurant and bar have a pleasant Japanese style decor with vibrant shades surrounding the visitors. The menu is carefully curated with authentic flavours and dishes from Japanese cuisine waiting to grace your plate.

Delivering a spectrum of complex flavours in its dishes and drinks, this place is a unique experience awaiting tourists from around the world. The Surume Ika is one of three of Japan's most popular squid species, prized for its natural sweetness and flavour. The squid retains its chewiness without becoming too rigid, and the grilling over charcoal flames imparts a strong smokey scent.

Location: 8 Stanley Street Singapore

Timing: Monday - Sunday
            17:30 - 22:30 (22:00 last order)

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KOMA Singapore

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Koma Singapore is nestled in the Marina Bay Sand and is a new venture of the Tao group. One of the modern takes on Japanese cuisine, Koma Singapore is one of the Japanese restaurants where you can enjoy fusion dishes.

The menu at Koma is a bold and unique approach towards the cuisine, with fresh and organic produce sources directly from Japan. Guests enjoy the Salmon Pillow and D.I.Y. Spicy Tuna, and meat lovers can enjoy the A5 Wagyu Beef Tenderloin or the Hobayaki Snow Aged Niigata Wagyu Ribeye.

Location: B1-67, The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands

Timing: Daily (Lunch): 11:30am - 3pm
             Daily (Dinner): 5pm - 12am

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Grissini is not one of your traditional Japanese restaurants in Sentosa. Instead this amazing place takes Italian food with a little twist of Japanese Flavours. The unique gastronomic journey at the restaurant brings the flavours of Italy with a delicious blend of Japanese cuisine.

The restaurant uses premium ingredients, and the best of produce to create the beautiful symphony of flavours in the palette of their guests. The restaurant also offers two different types of private rooms, depending on the kind of experience you wish to have. The main motive of the restaurant is to create an experiential dining ambiance that begins the moment guests set foot in their doors.

Location: 392 HAVELOCK RD, SINGAPORE, 169663

Timing: MONDAY- FRIDAY: (LUNCH) 12.00PM – 02.30PM (DINNER) 06.00PM – 10.30PM
             SATURDAY- (DINNER) 06.00PM – 10.30PM
             SUNDAY- CLOSE

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Pipes by Hattendo

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Pipes by Hattendo is a brand new concept nestled in the beautiful ambiance of Dorsett Residences. One of the newest additions to the Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, this project of Hattendo offers gourmet Japanese food with specialty coffee, and their signature Hattendo Buns. The day menu at the restaurant includes some great fusion dishes served with their fluffy buns.

The night menu in Pipes is delectable authentic dishes with good choice booze. With the finest ingredients and passion, they create a great experience that people look forward to. Their products are quality and so fresh, and each order is constantly perfectly performed and elegantly presented, with a focus on fresh meals, grilled entrees, baked pastries, and beverages.

Location: 331 New Bridge Road #01-02, Dorsett Residences, Singapore 088764
Timing: Tuesday to Sunday 9:00am - 6pm (5pm Last order)

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The Courtyard

Under the warmth of the Sun, The Courtyard is a beautiful artium in The Fullerton hotel. Begin your 4 course Japanese treat with a delectable sashimi and maki platter. This is followed by authentic hot and cold appetisers, after which comes your main course, brimming with delicious options including Chirashi Don, Beef Kakuni and more.

The main course is served with miso soup and the meal ends with a refreshing dessert. You can pick anything from a fresh melon platter with sorbet or green tea ice cream with azuki red bean for dessert.

Location: The Courtyard, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Timing: Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays), 11.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

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For the finest Japanese meal, think no more and go nowhere else other than the Syun, a kitchen owned by celebrity chef Hal Yamashita. One of the nouvelle dining Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, this 50 seater eatery is intimate and classy.

The menu of Syun has some great options for seafood, meat and the produce is sourced directly from the land of rising sun. It's signature must try dishes are Grilled Cod with Saikyo Miso and the Insta worthy Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef.

Location: Resorts World Sentosa, Crockfords Tower, Lobby

Timing: Wed - Sun
             Lunch: 11am (1st Seating) ; 1pm (2nd Seating)
             Dinner: 6pm (1st Seating) ; 8pm (2nd Seating)

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Kwee Zeen

The Kwee Zeen is one of the rich and classy Japanese restaurants in Sentosa. The ambiance of the place is convivial and family style, a comfortable place to spend your evening with good Japanese food and great friends. Nestled in The Sofitel’s, Kwee Zeen is an all-day dining, buffet restaurant which has both indoor and alfresco seating.

Visitors can opt for poolside view or South China Sea view, or even ask to be seated a stone’s throw away from the buffet area to enjoy their day. Kwee Zeen menu is brimming with specialties which include Pan-Asian cuisine, gluten-free dishes and vegetarian recipes. In dessert, the chocolaterie churns out some fabulous items.

Location: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore

Timing: Lunch-Daily: 12pm - 2.30pm
              Dinner-Daily: 6pm - 9.30pm
              Sunday Champagne Brunch-Sun: 12pm - 3pm

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    1. Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House: This casual dining restaurant serves its guests authentic Chinese flavours in signature Chinese dishes. The menu includes delectable noodles, seafood dishes, and roasted meats. The restaurant has affordable prices and the view of the marina from this place is mesmerising.

    2. TungLok Heen: The restaurant was set with the goal of being a pavilion for retreat for people who are looking for authentic Chinese food. Nestled in Resort world Sentosa, authentic Chinese flavours are served in your plate by talented chef Ling and his team. WOK°15 Kitchen: This cozy and classy restaurant serves delectable Cantonese food at affordable rates. The subtle taste and Lip smacking flavours create an artisanal palette for guests.

    3. Summer Pavilion: Summer Pavilion, which has a Michelin star, is an opulent and traditional Cantonese restaurant that offers an outstanding dining experience. Chef Cheung Siu Kong showcases his Cantonese cooking skills with a tasting menu, dim sum, or set lunch menu.

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  2. Which are the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Kwee Zeen: The Kwee Zeen is one of the rich and classy Japanese restaurants in Sentosa. A cozy place to spend your vacations enjoying delectable Japanese cuisine, this is an all day dining buffet restaurant. As one of the popular Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, Kwee Zeen offers great views to its guests as they binge on authentic Japanese flavours.

    2. Syun: As one of the nouvelle dining Japanese restaurants in Sentosa, Syun is owned by Hal Yamashita, a celebrated chef. This 50 seater eatery is intimate and classy with great options for seafood and meat on their menu. They source their produce directly from the land of the rising sun. It's signature must try dishes are Grilled Cod with Saikyo Miso and the Insta worthy Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef.

    3. The Courtyard: Under the warmth of the Sun, The Courtyard is a unique experience on the list of Japanese restaurants in Sentosa. The experience begins with a 4 course Japanese treat starting with delectable sashimi and maki platter. Followed by authentic flavours in appetizers and main course, the meal ends on a sweet note. Choose your desert from a fresh melon plate with sorbet or green tea ice cream with azuki red beans.
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    Singapore is one of the most amazing tourist destinations in the world, with pleasant weather all year round. However, the best time to visit this amazing island city is through the months of December to June. From February to April, Singapore has the fall season which is by far the best time to plan a trip to Lion's city. In these months the weather is dry, warm and less humid compared to the rest of the year.

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