Craving for some sashimi? Try out Tanuki Raw, which is conveniently located at Orchard area. They also have another location in National Design Centre.
A must-try dish for sashimi lovers is their Tanuki Kaisen Chirashi Donburi ($22.90). Where they serve you all the good stuff you can think about. From tuna, scallop, salmon sahimi to uni and ebiko that goes with Tanuki Raw’s signature mixed rice.
Overall, the taste of the sashimi are fresh and it goes well with the mixed rice. Something I’ll definitely go back to again.
Another dish we tried from their menu is the Foie Gras Truffle Yakiniku ($19.90). It consists of US black angus short rib, pan-seared foie gras and onsen egg with truffle soy sauce and black garlic brown butter over their signature rice.
We also tried one of their rolls—Superstar Roll ($12.90). Seared salmon and crispy mozzarella cheese combo is love.
Here’s a photo of their menu:
My friend and I had a nice and fulfilling dining experience. Price range is not on the cheap side but I think it it’s affordable enough for the quality and taste they serve. Lastly, the place tends to get crowded but it’s worth the wait. 🙂
Tanuki Raw at Kapok
111 Middle Road
01-05 National Design Centre
Tanuki Raw at Orchard Central
181 Orchard Road
#04-01 Orchard Central
I compiled the things I’ve eaten during my 2nd and 3rd week here in Singapore.
Of course, Din Tai Fung. You can’t leave Singapore without eating here. Except if you are from Taiwan.
Steamed Pork Dumplings
Oriental Salad in Special Vinegar Dressing
Steamed Pork Rib Soup
Braised Sichuan Sliced Beef
Steamed Yam Dumplings
For the weight watchers, Soup Broth Asia offers dishes that is prepared without MSG and they put calorie count in each dish. Try the Yam rice. Yummeh!
Tajiyama, a Japanese charcoal grill Yakiniku restaurant. You have to try their Eat-all-you-want Wagyu Beef menu. So good! ❤
Seafood Ramen + California Maki + Chicken Karaage
Chicken Teriyaki with Miso soup + Hot green tea.
And some Japanese Soba from Cold Storage.
Absolute Thai at Johor Premium Outlet.
Seafood Tom Yum
Green Seafood Curry
Mango Sticky Rice
Iced Thai Milk Tea
Boston Clam Chowder from The Soup Spoon. They also sell their soups in this handy packs. Just need to re-heat them in microwave or stove.
High Tea Buffet at House, Barracks & Camp. They have lovely food and interior—very homey and relaxing.
All-You-Can-Eat Buffet at Seoul Garden
Ci Gusta! A gelato and yogurt place located at Anchorpoint Shopping Centre. Their gelato is too sweet for my taste though.
Salted Caramel and Vanilla
Twelve cupcakes, they offer a lot of flavours. And I heard that this is one of the most popular cupcake shops here in Singapore.
Lao Ban Soya Beancurd is LOVE! The soya just melts in your mouth and the sweetness is just right. Soya goodness!!
Aside from Korean food, I love Japanese food. I consider it as comfort food because of the richness of the taste.
Teriyaki Boy is one of my go-to Japanese restaurants in the Philippines. And here are some dishes that you have to try:
Teriyaki Boy Chicken Ju (P214)
Tori Karaage (P181) — I love how crispy it is on the outside and so juicy inside.
Crazy California Roll (P191) — inside is a combination of watermelon, mango, crabstick and topped with orange and green roe. YUM!