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Eat at Seven

Restaurants, Japanese City Hall
Katsuo warayaki from ENBU
Premium Rare Plate from NikuNoHi
Eat at Seven

Time Out says

This group of seven concepts perched on Suntec City's Sky Garden has been a year and some in the making. ENBU kicked things off in June 2015, pouring Japanese craft beer and firing kushiyaki sticks over straw and charcoal in a warayaki method that hails from the Kochi Prefecture in Japan – the brand claims to be the first in Singapore to do so.

Quite soon after, Nigiro Café (#03-315) set up shop, armed with bold claims that it serves Tokyo's best Caesar salad ($9.50/half, $20/full), and the house signature hamburg steak ($24). It's not saying much if you consider that the salad is more a Mexican invention than another marvel of Japanese inspiration, but superlatives are what Eat at Seven peddles in. 

For meat lovers, Tokyo's NikuNoHi's (#03-316) first overseas branch specialises in hot plate yakiniku ($28.50-$48.50/100g) and wagyu sashimi ($21/four pieces). And down the row, Maguro-Donya Miura-Misaki-Kou Sushi and Dining (#03-314) jets in magurop on ANA airplanes, serving the fish in five-cut platters ($49), gunkan-style sushi ($18) and lunch sets ($79) that feature bluefin top loin, bottom loin and grilled cheek. Already, Eat at Seven has shaped up as one of the better ways to get your belly filled in a mall. 



Address: Suntec City North Wing
3 Temasek Blvd
Opening hours: Various times
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