Singapore Expats

Ikoi Japanese Restaurant

Ikoi Japanese Restaurant

Ikoi Japanese Restaurant






64%   (149 votes)
95 / 149


Ikoi Japanese Restaurant at Hotel Miramar offers a la carte as well as an all you can eat buffet. Dishes include fresh seafood and a variety of Japanese dishes that are suitable for family gatherings, parties and large groups. From Sashimi to Yakitori, its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.Ikoi Japanese Restaurant delivers a gastronomic indulgence with a limitless parade of bona fide Japanese cooking styles flawlessly set in a lavish Japanese setting.MUST TRY: Indulge in their mouthwatering dishes such as Chicken Wings, Salads, Sashimi, Sushi, Salmon, Tempura, Rice Bowls, Zosui, Udon, Soba, Katsudon and Yakitori.

View reviews on


401 Havelock Road, #01-01 Hotel Miramar

Asian, Japanese

Powered by:   

Related Page

Visit Expat Forum

Re: PEP processing time (personal employment pass)

Hi All,

I applied for my PEP about 10 weeks ago. I applied it online and not via SingPost like most of you here have. I'd like to know - is it typical for an application to take over 8 weeks?

Also, has anyone here applied for PEP online? What was your experience like and what was the timeline .....

Posted in Relocating, Moving to Singapore

Re: S Pass Rejected and Appeal 2020

Yes. But I have a reason to do it, they are agent chosen by the employer. For me, there is no issue to wait, but the hiring company cannot assure me that they will still get me by the time my pass is approved because they started to hire my last November and upto now my pass was not approved .....

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: Should I resign from current employer before EP approval?

thank you everyone!

Posted in Careers & Jobs in Singapore

Re: Collection of Blue IC after PR formalities completion


Sent from my LM-V405 using Tapatalk

Posted in PR, Citizenship, Passes & Visas for Foreigners

Re: question regarding Form IR8A if working remote

^ from what I recall my US spouse includes her IRAS payments on her US income taxes (cant' remember where).

Form 2555 does not have any provision for recording foreign taxes paid. This is the form you must always fill out to .....

Posted in Careers & Jobs in Singapore