Nanjya Monjya Japanese Restaurant

Nanjya Monjya Japanese Restaurant

Nanjya Monjya Japanese Restaurant

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68%   (22 votes)
15 / 22

Nanjya Monjya Japanese Restaurant offers some of the best Japanese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. It presents a wide selection of fried appetizers, rice and noodles, maki, teppanyaki, and many other Japanese favourites, that will surely satisfy your taste buds.Located at Waterfront Plaza, this Japanese restaurant provides an airily and relaxing outdoor terrace seats which makes it an ideal place for families and friends to come over and enjoy each other’s company over a wonderful meal filled with the freshest and most delicious ingredients.MUST TRIES: Items to look forward to include Deep Fried Burdock, Corn Cream Croquette, Garlic Fried Rice, Ramen Noodles on Bamboo Tray, Cream Stew, and a lot more.

Hours:

Daily: 17:00 - 01:00

Address:
390A Havelock Road, #01-03/04/05 Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese



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