Dear diners, outdoor seating is available upon request. Please note that outdoor area is a non-smoking area.
Sukiyaki and shabu shabu meet elegant European cuisine at Sakurazaka, a Bukit Timah restaurant that offers guests a full sensory dining experience. Sakura-zaka means ‘cherry blossom hill’ in Japanese, and the restaurant’s interior feels indeed like a stunning orchard with cherry blossoms placed subtly throughout. The breathtaking dining space combined with Japanese hospitality provides diners with an all-encompassing feeling of peace, transporting them far away from Singapore to the calmness of a rural Japanese garden. Let your tastebuds drift away from everyday life at Sakurazaka – reservations are a must when planning to dine at this Greenwood Avenue gem.
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Great quality food. Great ambience for special occasions :) the Hokkaido milk dessert is a definite must try on the menu. Price was well worth the food we got.
Enjoyed the ambience of the restaurant and the quality of the food. Had an enjoyable dinner. While prices are generally reasonable, I find prices of additional orders a bit expensive. The complimentary desert though is a very warm gesture
👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 great food and great service.. nothing short of amazing. The truffle risotto is a must try.
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The atmosphere inside Singapore’ Sakurazaka is truly extraordinary. The minimalist decor with modern seating arrangements gives the restaurant a contemporary feel, yet the ambience is reminiscent of classical Japan. As you sit back and relax at your table, you’ll be met with friendly, attentive staff members who are happy to answer any questions you might have. Never heard of shabu shabu? No worries. The folk at Sakurazaka on Greenwood Avenue are happy to help. Open seven days a week for dinner and from Thursday to Sunday for lunch, this Bukit Timah Japanese restaurant offers a truly magical experience in the heart of Singapore.
While the setting at Sakurazaka in Bukit Timah is enchanting all on its own, the cuisine available offers unmatched flavours that must be tasted to be understood. Chef Masashi Horiuchi builds his cuisine on his past experiences in Japan, and his artfully arranged plates are a testament to his creative ability. Fusing Japanese and European flavours and cooking techniques, Horiuchi offers one-of-a-kind dishes that have foodies across Singapore coming back again and again, as well as eager tourists on the hunt for an exquisite dining experience. Whether you opt for shabu shabu, sukiyaki, or stone grilled wagyu beef ishiyaki, you’re in for unforgettable flavours that you won’t soon forget. Booking ahead is highly recommended for Singapore’s enchanting Sakurazaka.