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UE Square off Singapore’s Clemenceau Avenue is home to Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant – a traditional Japanese eatery with serious pedigree. Under the guidance of Angeline Wong (of Hanabi fame), this restaurant close to Clarke Quay serves up some of the best classic Japanese food in the city. There’s sushi and noodle dishes here, as well as a selection of tempura-led offerings – perfect for the undecided fans of Japanese food looking for a full range of delicacies from Japan.
Crowded place. Ok buffet. Can be slow and some orders never arrived.
Bad service. Very disappointed. Will not return unless they have improve on service and value.
First time here, variety is so much more than other similar buffet places. Quality of food is so-so. Servicing needs to improve a lot though.
Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant (shin minori means new harvest in English) finds itself on UE Square, moments from the hustle and bustle of Robertson Quay up on Clemenceau Avenue. Offering both traditional a la carte and buffet-style options for fans of sushi and soba in Singapore, Angeline Wong’s latest venture is a must-visit. The aim here is to recreate the classic flavours of Japan in Singapore, and that means that the kitchen sources its ingredients from local Japanese suppliers as much as possible, hence the food here as authentic as it can be.
Capitalising on the success of her Hanabi restaurant in Bukit Timah and Odeon Towers, Angeline Wong’s Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant brings to this new UE Square location off Clemenceau Avenue much of what made Hanabi successful (mostly its commitment to great food in a family-friendly environment). Among the Robertson Quay area’s many great places to grab a bite to eat, Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant stands out for its family-friendly vibe and great, authentic Japanese food. Singapore is not short of Japanese restaurant, but finding somewhere that the whole family is welcome to eat in peace together is a bigger ask; in Shin Minori Japanese Restaurant the city has its answer.