Sailing a little red boat of fine Far Eastern cuisine to the little red dot of Singapore, Akai Fune (the name means ‘red boat’ in Nihongo) is a Japanese restaurant whose location in the Singapore Expo centre near Changi Airport is fortunate given that they air-freight much of their essential ingredients in from Japan twice a week. Roll up and order a few dainty pieces of sushi or sashimi, and go izakaya-style with yakitori tsukune skewers and a pint of Asahi. The island state is currently going a little crazy for Thai mookata and Japanese shabu shabu is following closely in its steamboat-dining-style wake, so you’ll be pleased to hear that Akai Fune do fantastic shabu shabu, and ramen too. Find Akai Fune along Expo Drive, just outside hall 3.
Good service,the staff are very helpful and friendly. The food is very fresdh and delicious. It is worth for value. I will visit again and invite more friends there.
the food was good especially the soft bone dish, the sauce was very thick and flavorful. there were some seats outside the restaurant which was good as the indoor seats were packed.