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Bringing together a head chef from Tochigi prefecture in Japan’s Kantō region who has made a two decade-long journey from apprentice to master of the Japanese culinary arts and a sake sommelier versed in some of the island nation’s more rare and esoteric rice wines, Nobiro Japanese Restaurant & Sake Bar is a fine addition to Singapore’s restaurant scene. Located at the Faber Hills complex along Clementi’s Faber Drive, Nobiro is distinctly traditional inside and out. Chef Kikuchi Shoyo San’s creations are served in a space designed to nurture a memorable dining experience, with the Kurobuta stewed claypot pork set, air-freighted sashimi and omakase sushi platters, and even a few Asian fusion dishes being just some of the many options available from the menu. For a distinguished Japanese meal, make a reservation with Nobiro now.
Nice restaurant with reasonably good food. Menu includes Japanese and western food items. A pity they no longer serve sashimi as we weee told the chef returned to Japan and will not come back.
Nice ambience. Sashimi is fresh. Food is tasty. Had fried udon, yakitori, udon soup, cabbage with omelette salad. Chicken wings rather salty. Meatballs so so. Good service.
Quiet and relaxing place to chill out with good food and host by owner/staff. It is definitely a place to gather and enjoy the ambiance