3 Japanese Food in Ang Mo Kio that you should try

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Our appetites for Japanese cuisine are seemingly bottomless. And thus, this is why Japanese food is so popular in Singapore.

In this list, we will take a look at 3 Japanese restaurants in Ang Mo Kio that are worth your time. The list is ranked in terms of affordability.


Tamako Meal


Tamako Meal is a nice, cosy Japanese restaurant serving delicious Japanese food. This restaurant was started by a Japanese grandmother and now her grandchild is running the show.

Its menu consists of mostly home cooked Japanese cuisine, items that you seldom see in other Japanese restaurants. This is because it is considered to be "comfort food" for most Japanese. Choose from Donburi, Bento, Ramen and Teppanyaki dishes.


Photo: Tei-shoku Obento / Credit: @WenMiin

Some of the more popular dishes are items like Teriyaki chicken Don and Tei-shoku Obento. 


Spending per pax is $15 - $25.

The restaurant gets pretty crowded around 7pm, so do make a reservation or come down after 8 to avoid the queue!


Tamako Meal

128 Casuarina Road, Singapore, Singapore, 579516

6553 4128

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Kei Kaisendon


Kei Kaisendon is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in offering Kaisendon (Sashimi rice bowl). Its menu features various delicious Kaisendon, and their sashimi are freshly imported daily from Japan to suit different customer needs.


Photo: Unagi Kaisen Don / Credit: @phitnphat

Kei kaisendon secret recipe lies with its “Kei sauce”, which is deliberately created to go well with sashimi.


Photo: Hotate Kaisendon / Credit: @heilovely


Photo: Kei Signature Kaisendon / Credit: @may_penguins

Their most popular Kaisendons include:

  • Salmon Mentaiyaki Don ($14.90)

  • Kei Signature Kaisendon ($14.90 - $22.90)

  • Unagi Don ($17.90)

  • Salmon Kaisendon ($19.90)

  • Hotate Kaisendon ($22.90)

It has been almost 6 years since Kei Kaisendon opened its first restaurant in May 2017, and one of its achievements was winning the “Singapore Prestige Brand 2020/21”award. 

Credit: @jarylzhangjs

If you wish to try out authentic Japanese Rice Bowl and fabulous Kaisendon with fresh ingredients, head down to 1 of its 21 outlets around Singapore!

Btw, there are 4 various ways of eating its kaisendon! Do consult the staff for the 4 various ways of eating!

Spending per pax is $15 - $30.


Kei Kaisendon

53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, B1-17 Hub, Singapore 569933

6235 8985

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ToriYard is Singapore’s first and only Japanese garden dining restaurant with late night yakitori. It has an extensive range of Japanese classics, succulent charcoal grilled skewers, and sake to enjoy the tranquility of Bishan Park with.




Its unparalleled charm combined with an excellent selection of Sake and Japanese cocktails will impress you and leave you wanting more.


ToriYard has both indoor and outdoor seating areas for your choosing. Full capacity is up to 141 guests in seating.

Although ToriYard may not be the most wallet-friendly, its location is good for dating or special occasions. The food is pretty good, so you won’t be disappointed if you do go.

Spending per pax is $30 - $50.



Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, 1380 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569930

9296 5988

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Published on 16/6/2023

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