Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant in Singapore leads the way when it comes to serving fresh and authentic Japanese cuisine made with the highest quality ingredients. Inside Millenia Walk on Raffles Boulevard, a few minutes from the Promenade subway station, you will find the most beautiful rice dishes, fresh sushi and sashimi, golden tempura and so much more. Bask in the sophisticated atmosphere as well as the Singapore sunlight – if you choose to sit outside as you indulge in the delicious food on offer. The service is always delightful and you can expect to be greeted with a warm smile whether it’s your first visit or your fiftieth. With food so fresh that it’s still alive when you arrive, you won’t regret booking a table at Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant.
Food is good and the service is excellent. The staff are attentive and did not wait very long for our food. Will be back again for sure.
Service crews were attentive despite us seated in a room at the corner of the restaurant. Food were served promptly and taste good as usual.
When it comes to sushi and sashimi, freshness and quality are paramount. And at Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant in Singapore, there is a very unique way of ensuring it. Proudly importing authentic ingredients directly from Japan, the fish at Rakuzen arrives at the restaurant in a sleep-like state, meaning it’s actually alive when it arrives in the restaurant. The restaurant also sources its rice from the famous Akitakomachi farm in Akita, which arrives unmilled. Each day the kitchen staff take on the task of milling the rice to perfection, ensuring that you get the highest possible quality and flavour. Impressive, don’t you think?
Located inside Millenia Walk near the Promenade on Raffles Boulevard, Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant goes above and beyond, which makes dish recommendations tricky as they’re all so good – but here goes anyway. You won’t want to miss out on sakura chirashi don, rokkak bento or the hotate mentaiyaki. Whether you live locally or just jumped off at Promenade station, you can’t go wrong with Rakuzen Japanese Restaurant. You can choose to sit inside the stylish restaurant or outside in the Singapore sunshine, either way, you’ll want to make sure you’ve got a booking when you arrive.