Amid the natural greenery of Singapore’s Upper Thomson Road, Tomoe Japanese Cuisine beckons in passersby with its big yellow sign. One of the few Japanese restaurants in this part of town, Tomoe provides a much needed service to Bishan residents in search of expertly crafted Japanese cuisine that goes beyond simple sushi bar fare. For satisfying set lunches and a lot of bang for your buck, this local secret is definitely worth a visit.
Home cooked feel to the food. Comforting. Range in menu suits my taste. Cozy ambience. Friendly staff. Whenever we think of jap food, you know where we will be
Friendly staff, good food and reasonable prices. Always a delight to return and have a meal. Ambience is casual and the menu selection fits what we want to have
Food are fresh and delicious , staff are friendly and helpful . This is my second visit to this restaurant , I will recommend my friends to them.
Squeezed in next to spa supply shops and other quaint small businesses, Singapore’s Tomoe Japanese Cuisine shines for its flavourful, traditional East Asian specialties. Unlike anything else in Bishan, guests are always impressed by the restaurant’s unique offerings and high-end flavour. A family-friendly atmosphere, complete with an amicable staff and even choices for little eaters, makes Tomoe Japanese Cuisine ideal for a gathering with the relatives.
Tomoe Japanese Cuisine takes care of all its guests, whether they’ve come in for one of the restaurant’s beloved set lunches, or are there just for sampling the sushi offerings. While the sushi is indeed delicious, the cheap and filling set lunches are what Tomoe is known for. Favourites like the ebi maki gozen and the tempura bento are all served alongside soup, rice, salad, and a selection of various sauces and side items, a perfect solution for a lunch out with the colleagues. There are plenty of a la carte items for those who like to pick and choose, with classics like edamame, gyoza, and yu tofu packing in a lot of flavour for the price. Blend the excellent cuisine with the simple, Japanese-style furnishings, and you have yourself a winner at this Singapore eatery on Bishan’s Upper Thomson Road.