Eat at Seven

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

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. 


Venue name: Eat at Seven
Address: Suntec City North Wing
3 Temasek Blvd
Opening hours: Various times
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