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Singapore’s Taki Japanese Dine & Sake restaurant is proud of the efforts they take to ensure that only the finest ingredients are used in their traditional Japanese dishes. Located along Singapore’s historic Boat Quay, just five minutes from Raffles station and seven minutes from Clarke Quay, Taki has set out to introduce one of the busiest areas of Singapore to the genuine taste of Japan. This is reasonably priced, fine riverside dining at its best.
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There was good and attentive service provided by the staff and I felt that it had extremely delicious food served. Loved the view and ambience.
Great food and service, but pity that they stopped serving the $10 set lunch. The available set lunches are still very good value for money.
Great service by the staff but the food quality was really left much to be desired. Braised beef was super poor qualify (stringy and fatty), the roasted flavour edamame was just off putting. The sushi was just ok.
Taki Japanese Dine & Sake have got all bases covered when it comes to Japanese food and drink. Take a seat at this riverside restaurant, with a supreme location along Singapore’s picturesque Boat Quay, and relax into a tall, ice-cold Kirin beer, imported direct from Japan. Even better, if you’re eating with a crowd, go for the Kirin Tower, a chilly column of Japan’s finest brew clocking in at 2.5 litres! If beer doesn’t whet your whistle, ask Taki’s friendly and knowledgeable wait staff about their superlative sake list – they have premium bottles of junmai-shu, junmai ginjo, and junmai daiginjo sake available.
Taki Japanese Dine & Sake proudly, and quite rightly, make a point about how they deliver the best to Singapore’s Japanese cuisine scene. Fresh fruit and vegetables are air-freighted twice a week from suppliers in Japan, while the soup stocks they use are provided by a traditional producer based in Kyoto. Highly sought after batches of Hokkaido Snow Beef Wagyu are sourced from Wolfgang Puck’s CUT restaurant, and even the salt is of a uniquely flavoured type called moshio, prepared from briny Awaji seaweed. Simply put, this Boat Quay restaurant has serious chops when it comes to Japanese cuisine. A must try.