Friday, April 29, 2016

Omakase Surprises

Lavished with a simple and classy feel, Takumi is situated against a picturesque backdrop of a photogenic cable bridge and unobstructed views of yachts. I was first drawn to the wooden and classy look of the restaurant at its entrance. The setting is intimately cosy and is nothing short of style and look. It suggests of an extremely Japanese zen ambience, which is something so lacking in most Japanese restaurants in Singapore nowadays.


I’ve never been a huge fan of Japanese food but this restaurant nailed it for me. I ordered some of their signature dishes such as the Takumi’s style Caesar Salad, Japanese Garlic Fried Rice, Wagyu Beef and the Kinki. The highlight of my meal has got to be the Premium A5 Wagyu Tenderloin, which hails from Miyazaki. I was told that Takumi is currently the only restaurant in Singapore that serves Miyazaki beef, which is one of my favourite wagyu beef. For me, it is always amazing to have Miyazaki beef as the meat is so tender that it literally melts in the mouth. I would highly recommend to have it done medium-rare. It is also my first time trying the Kinki, a charcoal grilled Rockfish which thrives off coast of Japan. The meat so tasty, skin so crispy – definitely a must try.

:: Simmerded New Potatoes, Asparagus & Sea Urchin :: 
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:: Doumyouji (Seabream, Rice Wrapped W SAKURA Leaf) :: 
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:: Doumyouji (Seabream, Rice Wrapped W SAKURA Leaf) :: 
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:: Teppan ISE-EBI, Japanese Tender Biu w Salad :: 
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:: Clam, Seabream Hot Pot :: 
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::  Clay-pot Rice ::  (SAKURA-Shrimps, Bamboo Shoot, Seabream)
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::  Dessert :: (Dekopon, Strawberry, Muskmelon)
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If you need to impress a date or business clients, Takumi Restaurant will be ideal for some fine Japanese cuisine. It adopts a unique combination of three authentic Japanese culinary styles and promises to deliver a lively dining experience to its customers.  

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