T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Japanese -

The en­try to Keyaki takes din­ers through a zen-like gar­den, with a short stroll through lush green­ery that ef­fec­tively in­spires one to slow down in an­tic­i­pa­tion of a lan­guid meal within this oa­sis of calm. The sea­sonal omakase kaiseki is an el­e­gant nine-course jour­ney through the sea­son’s best pro­duce—stand­outs in­clude the fresh sashimi plat­ter, as well as the course of ten­der beef slices served atop egg­plant tem­pura. The ten tep­pa­nyaki prix fixe set, on the other hand, is heartier and im­pres­sive, es­pe­cially the grilled lob­ster and grilled wagyu sir­loin. Ev­ery course is timed per­fectly, with just enough space in be­tween cour­ses for con­ver­sa­tion and a lit­tle more sake. There is a good se­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional wines and sake, and the wait­staff make ex­cel­lent rec­om­men­da­tions.

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