Mitsuba Japanese Restaurant on Eu Tong Sen Street is the preferred choice for those looking for fine Far Eastern dining with a great view of the Singapore River, especially in the evenings. Diners to this Clarke Quay Japanese restaurant enjoy the quiet experience of dining in authentic keyaki booths, chatting with Mitsuba’s friendly and approachable chefs over a beer at the sushi counter, or partying with friends in the restaurant’s unique banquet hall. Mitsuba is one of Singapore’s most popular spots for authentic Japanese dining.
Serve good foods and excellent place for small group as there are limited seats. Have to book in advance
We have been patronised Mitsuba several time. Food and service standard still well maintained. highly recommended to those love for Japanese buffet. Well done and keep it up!
Thank you...it has been a great gathering with the great food/varieties serve by Mitsuba!!! Me & my friends had enjoy the night and will definately be back again.
Being successors to the very successful Yurine Japanese Restaurant, Mitsuba have changed up their look, from the outside at least, to better reflect the vibrancy and freshness this restaurant down Eu Tong Sen Street in Clarke Quay dishes out to diners each and every time. This Singapore kitchen is headed by executive chef Low Chee Hui, also known to his customers as Ah Hui. Order from Mitsuba’s huge a la carte menu (almost 200 dishes) or leave it to Ah Hui to prepare a scrumptious meal to delight your senses.
Though they’ve revamped their offering of late, Mistuba have kept the interior decor almost unchanged; the sense of being transported from Singapore to Japan remains, representing the authenticity this superlative Clarke Quay Japanese restaurant strives for. Either way, you are assured of great quality at a very reasonable price. Restaurant manager John Chia will make sure you’re experiencing Japanese hospitality and cuisine at a high level, with his staff going the extra mile to look after your needs the moment you step foot inside Mitsuba’s Eu Tong Sen Street premises.