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Keyaki Japanese Restaurant
7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Pan Pacific Singapore
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.
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Food was just about normal for the price but service was good.
We love coming here as the service is always top notch and food is good as usual
Hadn't been here for a while. Food quality is as good as ever as is the service. Pricing is a little on the high side in my opinion.
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!
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