From the team behind Matsuya Sushi Bar comes Matsuya Dining, their sophomore and sophisticated space. This haven for lovers of quality Japanese cuisine is chic, stylish and brimming with dishes that, if you’re anything like us, will have you weak at the knees. The menu boasts a range of sushi, sashimi, rice dishes and soups that will leave feeling fresh and satisfied each and every time you pay a visit to this Bugis restaurant. Located on Beach Road, Matsuya Dining Singapore is a must for anyone who loves delicious food served within a relaxing dining space. Book your table now!
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It was quite busy on a Friday evening. Once the main spots inside and outside are taken, your only choices are to sit at the bar, or at tables in a narrow corridor where the waitstaff & customers are constantly passing by — we took the latter. The food was delicious, but after the appetizer, everything else seemed to take some time to come, and we needed to remind the staff on one dish they seemed to have forgotten about. Also took some time to get the bill. My partner is already planning the menu for the next visit, hope to get better seats next time.
Everyone is friendly and approachable. It’s a nice and peaceful place to dine in.
Very fresh and very tasty. Very nice sake. Good ambience. Love it! Would definitely come back. Highly recommended! :)
So what can you expect from the menu at Matsuya Dining Singapore? Well, first and foremost, ensure you arrive at this Bugis restaurant with a hearty appetite because the choices on offer are going to make you want to try just about everything. Kick things off at Matsuya Dining with starters to share such as tako wasabi octopus seasoned with spicy horseradish; fresh oysters topped with vinegar and akami yamakake of tuna with mountain yams. Feeling enticed by all this tasty Japanese food yet? Well, there’s more to come…
For the main event, if you’re craving Matsuya Dining’s famous sashimi, we recommend selecting the five kinds of premium sashimi that features chutoro (fatty tuna); akagai (ark shell); kanpachi (greater amberjack); tai (red seabream) and uni (sea urchin). Alternatively, tuck into some of the grilled specialties on offer such as the grilled salmon belly; lamb back served with black pepper and salt or scallops topped with spicy cod roe. With so much more waiting for you at Singapore’s Matsuya Dining, including a truly special chef’s omakase menu which we highly recommend, your best bet is to book yourself a table as soon as possible and head to Beach Road in Bugis for a Japanese feast to remember!