Dashi, one of the most important ingredients in Japanese Cuisine and Marusaya knows it all well. Located in Singapore’s beautiful Robertson Quay, Dashi Master Marusaya serves authentic Japanese cuisine using all-natural Dashi in a stylish environment with both indoor and outdoor seating. Guests are treated to some of the city’s friendliest service and fine Japanese cuisine that’s hard to beat outside of Tokyo itself.
While Singapore is no stranger to authentic Japanese cuisine, there’s just something about Dashi Master Marusaya that puts it well above the rest. With a commitment to high-quality Japanese cuisine, amicable customer service and a peaceful atmosphere, the folks at Dashi Master Marusaya aim to give diners the most authentic Japanese culinary experience in Singapore’s Robertson Quay.
Fans of traditional Japanese cuisine cannot stop raving about the fresh and delicious offerings available on Dashi Master Marusaya’s large menu. Open every day of the week on Singapore’s Robertson Quay, this Japanese restaurant has excellent lunch specials during the daytime that are ideal for local workers who want to eat well on a budget. We recommend the wafu dashi pasta set lunch, which includes Japanese capellini topped with nori and served with onigiri, chawanmushi, potato salad and a dessert. Sushi lovers will find that the sashimi at Dashi Master Marusaya is as fresh as it comes. Hugely popular among Asian-food fans, reserving a table in advance at this Robertson Quay restaurant is highly advised.
Great food, excellent service, can't really ask for more. A little pricy though.
A little pricey but the food is very good. Must order the thick bonito flakes!
Food was above average but service was shoddy and wait times were extremely long. Had to request staff to refill water tea multiple times.
That'a was nice. Especially taste was fantastic and also service was good.
As close as it gets to a real Japanese izakaya.
Good Japanese food. U can taste the umami in the dishes
Good food and service. Staff is attentive and food is of good quality.
Food was mediocre, I was there for lunch and had 2 lunch sets - Iberico pork loin shabu shabu & tempura don and udon, plus a saba shioyaki. The saba shioyaki tasted horrible and not fresh at all! The food was really quite disappointing, had much better and authentic Japanese food elsewhere.
Good food Good drinks Good atmosphere And will definitely comeback for another round here
As usual good food, nice restaurant. Tamago is must have