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Snippets: Best Affordable Japanese Restaurants in Singapore | Your Guide to the Most Value-for-Money Dining Spots in town

Singaporean love of Japanese food is evident from the selections of Japanese concepts we have. We thought you might be interested with our recommendations of some of the best affordable Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Yes, we are looking for the most value-for-money bang-for-the-buck restaurant – let us know if you have any other recommendations too!

Omote
Famous for its value for money Chirashi Don, which at S$12.80, is quite an unbeatable deals in town. You get a good portion of diced seafood sashimi, in a much bigger space than its predecessor Sushiro. As compared to its predecessor, the menu at Omote is much more extensive. There are the donburi options such as Yakiniki don, assortment of sushi, sashimi and Japanese appetisers. [Read more here…]
Where: 301 Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Plaza, #03-24A, Singapore 574408

Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke
This Keisuke restaurant brings together two types of Japanese cuisines – Beef Sukiyaki and Gyu Don. A small space with just 14-seater, the basic Beef Sukiyaki Don starts is priced at S$13.90 and is served using US Prime Beef Chunk Eye Roll, including a side of Sesame Tofu in Dashi Ankake Sauce, Onsen Egg, and Traditional Miso Soup. It is very value for money, where you can expect tender beef slices while watching your beef being prepared right in front of you. [Read more here…]Where: 11 Kee Seng Street, #01-01, Onze @ Tanjong Pagar, Singapore 089218

Tendon Ginza Itsuki
This is still one of our favourite spots to get our tendon fix. Priced from S$12.90, there is a decent portion of an assortment of tempura, chawanmushi and miso soup. The space is not that big, and you could also epect a long queue at almost any time of the day. The only downside is that you will leave the restaurant with the smell of grease. [Read more here…]
Where: 101 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088522

Omurice Keisuke
After the previous launch of Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke in Tanjong Pagar, Keisuke group’s 17th outlet is Omurice Keisuke located at Bugis+, serving comforting and value for money set. The menu is straightforward, as you can go for the omurice, spaghetti or combo where you get a mix of two. Prices are very reasonable, starting from S$9.90 for either the omurice or pasta. One noteworthy mention is that the eggs come from Keisuke’s own locally-farmed eggs, which has quite a nice creamy and soft texture along with the rice. [Read more here…]
Where: 201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #04-01, Singapore 188067

District Sushi
Located at Sunshine Plaza, the menu at District Sushi is a 2-page offering of mainly Bara-Chirashi Don, Kaisen Don, Sushi and Donburi. The setting of the restaurant is very casual, with its Bara-Chirashi Don priced at S$13, topped with salmon, tuna, octopus and poached prawn. Side dishes include the likes of various flavours of sushi rolls and other donburi options. It is probably the cheapest Bara-Chirashi Don in the city area and is worth a try if you are looking for a cheap version. [Read more here…]
Where: 91 Bencoolen Street, #01-15, Sunshine Plaza, Singapore 189652

Ikoi Japanese Restaurant
Mention value for money Japanese buffet and Ikoi is one of the first to cross my mind. Located in Hotel Miramar, this popular and cosy Japanese restaurant has been around for many years where you need to reserve well in advance. Priced at S$39++ for its dinner buffet, there is a decent variety of sashimi, sushi, handrolls, grilled dishes, fried dishes and noodles. While I would not say every dish is of good quality, the sashimi is what you should be attacking here, and provides the most bang for the buck. [Read more here…]
Where: 401 Havelock Road, Singapore 169631

Teppei Japanese Restaurant
Teppei Japanese Restaurant probably needs no further introduction, which offers one of the most value for money omakase in Singapore. The dinner omakase set is priced at S$80++, with more than twenty types of dishes. It is a small and intimate space, where you can expect a lively ambience and close interaction with the chef. Getting a dinner spot for Omakase is almost as tough as striking lottery. There is an online reservation system, which apparently opens slots for booking every quarter, even though the slots are usually snapped up within minutes of opening. [Read more here…]
Where: #01-18, Orchid Hotel, 1 Tras Link

Tenkaichi Japanese Restaurant
Yakiniku restaurant with affordable with lunch buffet starting from S$35.88 per pax, and dinner buffet at S$40.88 per pax. The good selection of meats makes this a place not to miss. Having said, we do recommend you to go for the Premium Buffet option, as that will include more premium wagyu cuts of beef, and raw wagyu beef tartare and better selections of sashimi. Starting from S$65.88 per pax.
Where: Marina Square Shopping Mall, #03-129, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594

Southpaw Bar & Sushi
Another value-for-money omakase Japanese restaurant in town, starting from S$108 per pax. Just 12 seats in this long and narrow shophouse, the friendly chef makes very sincere attempts to engage with all diners during the night of our visit. Pair your dinner with the wide sake selections the restaurant has, and Southpaw may just be your favourite go-to semi-private restaurant very soon. [Read more here…]
Where: 11 Cavan Road, Cavan Suites, #01-04, Singapore 209848

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