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Found at Eat at Seven, a group of seven Japanese restaurants housed on Suntec City’s third floor, Enbu Izakaya offers innovative fusion cuisine in a comfortable modern setting. Using traditional Japanese techniques for grilling meat to absolute perfection, Enbu offers an authentic experience while at the same time fusing non-traditional ingredients, creating a unique culinary concept that has diners across Singapore raving. Found on Temasek Boulevard in Singapore’s City Hall, Enbu is a must for Asian-food lovers.
Great food in a nice environment. Popular choices tend to run out, so do go early. There is also live band on certain nights.
love the food. interesting recommendation- grilled gingko nut! the drink to have Suntory high ball!
Party of 5. Food was good value. Venue wasn't too bad although the sun can get in your face if you're at the wrong table. Service was good and attentive. Not crowded at all. Think probably a bit nicer at night when it isn't too warm.
Enbu Izakaya is, at the time of writing, a brand new restaurant in Singapore’s Popular Suntec City Mall on Temasek Boulevard in the City Hall area. Part of the new Eat at Seven family of Japanese restaurants on the mall’s third floor, Enbu Izakaya is the first restaurant of its kind in Singapore to utilise warayaki, a technique where meats or vegetables are roasted atop a bed of straw. At Enbu, you’ll be presented with a creative, beautiful dish that looks more like a work of art than a meal – almost too beautiful to eat.
If you’re looking to try something completely new, you can’t go wrong with Enbu Izakaya’s chicken warayaki with spring onion sauce. Roasted over straw, the chicken is served skewered and hanging from a hook with a side of delicious chilli sauce. For those looking for a more fusion-inspired dish, the taco salad is phenomenal – served in a jar, the salad is shaken up and poured onto a crispy wonton shell, then topped with a spicy meat sauce and cheese. Vegetarians are encouraged to try the homemade steamed tofu, served in a stone pot and topped with a tangy yuzu miso sauce. A unique Japanese-fusion experience awaits you at Enbu Izakaya in Singapore’s City Hall – reservations are a must!