TURN­ING JA­PANESE

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Starter Bites -

In the Lion City, it seems like there’s a bot­tom­less ap­petite for Ja­panese food. Thank­fully, there are fresh new con­cepts to ex­cite the scene. Tak­ing over the sec­ond floor of a shop­house in Telok Ayer is Kabuke, an in­ti­mate gas­tro­bar in­spired by the art of kabuki. It boasts an im­pres­sive se­lec­tion of sake, which you can pair with contemporary Ja­panese fare. On the bustling Keong Saik Road, you’ll find Kyuu by Shun­sui, of­fer­ing a 10-course omakase menu fea­tur­ing sea­sonal sashimi (flown in twice a week) and ro­batayaki items. Late into the night, it serves an à la carte menu—per­fect for those in need of light bites with drinks. kabuke.sg; kyuu.sg

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