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Gake in Singapore is a sleek, sophisticated restaurant serving contemporary Japanese cuisine. Led by award-winning chef Angus Chow, the dishes are superb in taste and presentation. Chow pairs Western cooking techniques with the best Asian ingredients, showcasing the flavoursome and fresh characteristics of Japanese food. Expect to see dishes like grilled abalone, foie gras with citrus sauce and charcoal karaage chicken with tobiko curry mayonnaise. The drinks list is expertly curated and includes an extensive sake selection. Located on Carpenter Street in Raffles Place, Gake has a spacious, modern dining room with wood panelling and chic furniture throughout. The atmosphere is casual, yet the quality of food and service feels like a fine dining experience. Book a table today and enjoy Singapore dining at its best.
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Pretty empty when we got there. Guess the virus was a factor. Had the set at 48. It was decent, nothing spectacular. Portions were a tad small for my liking as well.
Food was very tasty - everything was well-cooked, thoughtful and the ingredients were fresh. I had the $88 seven-course Christmas omakase set and it was great value for money. We were one of the very few tables on a Friday night so I was surprised given the quality of the menu, but I think the problem with the spacious restaurant is that the overall atmosphere and deco is like that of a mid-end family restaurant, although the food feels higher-end; the music was also weird and deflating balloons around weren’t really suitable for what the place is selling. I think it’ll be better if you sit at the bar for a classier Japanese restaurant vibe, but we were three and wanted to talk. The restaurant can definitely charge more for the quality of food (I would pay!) but in a more appropriate setting.
Great food, good service, casual dinning, convenient location, awesome experience.
Please note that Gake will serve drinks until 12am and the kitchen closes at 10:30pm.