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Irodori Japanese Restaurant 彩日本料理

Irodori Japanese Restaurant

Irodori Japanese Restaurant






69%   (147 votes)
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For good-quality and great-value Japanese a-la-carte buffet, Irodori is a reliable choice.Daily lunch and dinner are priced at $38.80++ for adult and $24.80 for kids below 10 years old.MUST TRIES:The menu is divided into different sections of sashimi, sushi, teppanyaki, age mono (deep-fried), yaki mono (grilled) and tempura items.Start off your meal with sashimi moriawase, which allows you to sample the various kinds of raw fish available that day.They may include tuna, salmon, yellowtail, swordfish, and octopus.Other must-tries are the ebi mentai (grilled prawn with mayonnaise), korokke (fried croquette), and grilled salmon neck.

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Daily: 11:30 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

382 Havelock Road, #03-01 Four Points By Sheraton Singapore, Riverview

Asian, Japanese

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