LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake is a dining experience that we simply can’t recommend enough. Located along Craig Road in Tanjong Pagar, this stylish and opulent restaurant specialises in modern Japanese cuisine and offers unique takes on classic dishes, that you’re guaranteed to fall in love with. Each dish is beautifully presented and matches the carefully-styled space perfectly. Expect to find a dimly lit dining room with low hanging lights, wooden furnishings and an installation wall covered in plants that caters for both large groups and intimate dining. Quite simply, LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake is a must for lovers of quality Japanese cuisine. Bookings are essential.
This seems like a new opening shop with nice and pretty environment. Staffs are friendly and helpful. But selection foods are too little for dinner.
As we said, the presentation of the dishes at LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake is beautiful, to say the very least, and each item is essentially a work of art. Made using the freshest and most premium ingredients available, the quality in this Singapore restaurant is second-to-none and more than worth it. Boasting an extensive evening menu, you’ll be treated a wide selection of dishes, from fresh sashimi and sushi to teppanyaki, grilled meats, noodles and tempura dishes that go perfectly with the carefully curated wine list. The ideal dining destination for a romantic or special occasion, we’ve fallen head over heels with LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake in Tanjong Pagar.
While everything on the menu is delicious, we have a few recommendations we highly advise you keep an eye out for at LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake. Start with the grilled asparagus topped with homemade miso and the simmered pork belly, before sampling the grilled mackerel with salt; grilled lobster served with spicy cod roe sauce or the scallops wrapped with thinly sliced beef. You have the option to dine a la carte or from a set menu, and both are brilliant options. Located on Craig Road in Tanjong Pagar, we can’t recommend a reservation at LEON Wagyu / Sushi / Sake enough.