Diversity is at the heart of Pan Pacific Singapore’s culinary journey, with a choice of award-winning restaurants as well as bars. At Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, located on the fourth level of the hotel, diners can indulge in authentic Japanese cuisine surrounded by a sculpted Japanese garden and koi pond. For the freshest sashimi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki and other Japanese specialities, book a table at Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, minutes away from City Hall, Esplanade and Promenade MRT stations.
Discover freshly sourced, authentically prepared and immaculately presented sashimi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki and more at Keyaki Japanese Restaurant. Renowned for the mastery of their chefs, Keyaki dishes up a culinary experience that is as fresh as the quality seasonal ingredients they use.
Perched on level four of the hotel and surrounded by a beautifully sculpted Japanese garden and koi pond, the elegant venue provides an authentic setting for an exquisite epicurean journey. Keyaki features both Tatami and western style private dining rooms.
The menu features firm favorites like sushi and sashimi and well as teppanyaki and grilled dishes. We recommend starting off with some rare fugu mirin boshi (pufferfish seasoned with sweet sake) or foie gras daikon before moving on to a top-grade sashimi platter or the ran sushi moriawase, a selection of nigiri, one sushi roll, amuse bouche, steamed egg custard and miso soup that will allow you to explore the best of Japanese cuisine. Popular for both lunch and dinner, Keyaki Japanese Restaurant on Raffles Boulevard in Singapore’s City Hall can get busy – secure a seat by making a reservation in advance!
Service staff were alert and it doesn’t take much effort to get their attention for help. Quality and portion of food is sufficiently served for 2 of us. Waiting time for food is not too long. Probably some pics on the menu will be perfect.
As usual, the place was a pleasure to go! Food was great
Good service great food. Ask for complimentary parking as well. Strongly recommend go for their set menu and top it up with a bottle of sake
Keyaki has a modern japanese setting. Set in the garden, it allures old charm of proper japanese dining. The food (teppanyaki) was deliciously cooked in front of you and the unagi is of decent japanese eel instead of cheap counterparts from indonesia/ taiwan.
We sat at the Tepanyakki table. The chef Chit Seng, a long time chef at Keyaki still cooks very well and remembered us, even though we have not been there for years. The food was still as great and the service staff were all very polite and attentive. We enjoyed ourselves very much and look forward to bringing our boys back at Keyaki.
The sushi at Keyaki was fresh, clean and elegantly presented. We enjoyed the meal and the service was top-notch. There was a very slight glitch (we had ordered two salads, but only one was presented). The staff apologised profusely, charged us only for one salad, and then presented us with another salad "on the house". I look forward to returning to Keyaki for the fresh food and warm service.
Certainly one of the best high-end Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Very fresh ingredients are used and the Omakase set is very well balanced and refined in taste. Service standard may drop slightly when the restaurant gets a bit too crowded. The only negative point unfortunately is the very diluted green tea which by right the restaurant should have paid attention to.
Food quality is excellent, dish was at its freshest but price on the high side. Ambience satisfactory, service is excellent. Overall, an excellent dining place if one can afford it. Otherwise a place for dining on special occasions (e.g birthdays, anniversaries, etc). The cost for my ala carte dinner was $800+ for 2 pax, including a bottle of sake costing $150.
Dined at Keyaki and ordered from their Teppanyaki Menu only. Excellent food quality, and chef stays true to the roots of Teppanyaki. If your budget allows it, i recommend this restaurant! For 2 pax, simply order one serving per item, it's enough for 2 pax to share.
I had lunch at Keyaki. The difference between lunch and dinner is that there is bento and gozen sets during lunch time which are good if you do not know what to order and wish to try everything! I had the Keyaki bento set and mixed grilled skewers! The beef is extremely tasty and beefy!