Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Strawberry Ice at Rakuzen

We decided on a Japanese dinner for Valentine's, which in hindsight was a great choice because it's hard to eat steak with a broken arm!

You can usually count on Japanese set meals to be beautifully arranged, and Rakuzen's were no exception. Their sushi and sashimi sets looked tantalizing. We opted to keep it simple, though - I ordered the tencha set (tempura on rice with soup poured over it), John ordered several yakitori dishes, and we both had maguro sushi and tekka maki as appetizers.

The sushi was good, although the yakitori was bland.

Frozen strawberry dessert at RakuzenMy favorite part of the meal is... dessert. We ordered Strawberry Ice, which is a trio of frozen strawberries filled with something that tasted like vanilla-marshmallow pudding.

We chose Rakuzen because it's at Millenia Walk, about 15 minutes from City Hall MRT. Getting a cab is a nightmare on Valentine's day, so John and I met at the MRT station. He surprised me by showing up in his barong - an amazing feat for a guy in a cast. I was very impressed.

Information and Contact Details
  • Address: Millenia Walk #01-14, 9 Raffles Boulevard, (S) 039596
  • Phone: +65 6333 1171
  • It's said to be affiliated with Sushi Tei
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4 Comments:

At March 03, 2007 11:53 AM, Blogger harveychua0208 said...

Hi Ching,
Not that he needs it but he gets my vote as well for dressing up in a barong for a Valentine dinner with you in Singapore. Cheers to you and John.
Love,
Mom

 
At March 07, 2007 9:09 AM, Blogger omaritosan said...

YES endamame is served hot in Rakuzen.... too bad i havnt took a picture of it... Next time around

 
At April 04, 2007 3:08 AM, Blogger Poh Ling said...

hhihi.....can say the edamame is not bad...not only that is special... if u going rakuzen again, pls request 4 special menu. our special menu (for seasonal seafood) is on lobster promotion and every detail is written in the menu, u will sure like ur tis time round visit =)..also try kushiyaki moriawase, theres 1 stick in the set is grilled onigiri...

 
At April 05, 2007 2:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

indeed I loves the japanese food that i tasted with Dr.Poh on tue night. he indeed a good recommender of singapore-japanese food. His blog full of the information of top class restaurants. (He always recommend Singapore food to his overseas friend)

 

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