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had recently lunch at two of the aprox five restaurants at emporium shokukin. The experience was same bad: they attract people with massive discounts, 1 for 1 etc but what you get is junk food quality, mini portions and extra charges for everything. first day:...More
really good sushies you can eat..the service is fast and the taste is good..the only thing you have to deal with is that you must order your meal by an ipad :)
that s OK but for the second drinks aswell :)
Tried their 3 course lunch set at $26++. The set comes with a soup (Wild mushrrom soup infused with Truffle oil) + main (Hokkiado Scallop with Angel-hair pasta) + dessert (a good selection of cakes). I personally loved the Angel-hair pasta, a little small in...More
They are currently running a 1-for-1 sashimi offer which is quite reasonable. Also ordered the chirashi don and the fish cubes were pretty fresh. The salmon bowl came with some raw sashimi prawns too, which unfortunately gave me a bad case of diarrhea. Otherwise a...More
Review by Dr Sim. The emporium sells many Japanese products. You can buy to bring home food like bento and fresh seafood. Pretty good. Crab legs were fresh. You can also eat noodles in one of the side shops. Tourists can visit. Service is good....More
One of the best dinner buffet. Good wagyu beef, and it has very fresh scallops and salmon. Pork is also very nice. The other favorite dish is the miso soup. Should go try when they have 50% discount, it is very worth money.
it has very nice japenese food there.there is a sushi side,which I highly recommend to kids.it had 3 kid meals over there.the other side which is the barbecue side,doesn't have kid meals.It has barbecue meat to eat there.
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