Top Takashimaya Restaurants according to Locals
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The Top Takashimaya Restaurants according to Locals

Dining in Takashimaya offers a culinary journey through Japan and beyond. But there are also diverse options thanks to its Food Village food court featuring both local and global cuisine.

Everyone knows serious shopping entails serious dining. So with shopping bags in tow, let’s visit the best Takashimaya restaurants, shall we?


Address: 391 Orchard Rd, # 04 – 23, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567347887 

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 6–10.30 PM

Recommended dish: Premium seafood buffet

Price: $$


COCA Restaurant, originating from Bangkok, blends Thai and Chinese cuisines and specialises in hotpot. It’s also known for its signature sauce, which is derived from the founder’s wife’s homemade recipe.

Its premium seafood buffet offers a 100-minute all-you-can-eat experience for adults (from S$82) and kids (from S$38). It includes selected beverages or a glass of wine, a premium broth, appetisers, seasonal seafood, and a dessert. 

Pro-tip: The restaurant offers discounted hotpot prices for senior citizens and students on weekdays.


Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04 – 24, Singapore 238873 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567357522

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11 AM–3 PM and 5–9.30 PM; Friday to Sunday, 11 AM–9.30 PM

Recommended dish: Rosu katsu (deep-fried pork loin) set

Price: $$


Tonkichi is a long-standing restaurant in Ngee Ann City and is renowned for its deep-fried pork tonkatsu. With a typical light-wood decor, it exudes efficiency and neatness.

Specialising in limited choices, it caters to indecisive diners like us. Each main dish centres around deep-fried options such as pork, chicken, and select seafood and includes miso soup, appetiser, and free-flowing rice and cabbage. 

We recommend the Rosu katsu set with its juicy and fatty bits that nevertheless feature tender meat.

Pro-tip: The restaurant also offers sushi, sashimi, and ramen sets.


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Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #05 – 32, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567346308

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 6–10.30 PM

Recommended dish: Kuchinashi (Japanese gardenia) tempura set

Price: $$$


Mizuki exudes high-brow Japanese elegance with its sophisticated wooden facade and discreet entrance. Inside, the sleek space features two full-sized dining counters separated by an intricately patterned wooden partition.

One counter focuses on sushi, serving as an alternative option for those who prefer it over tempura, which is Mizuki’s speciality. But treat yourself to the tempura, as Mizuki’s coating has a delicate crispness that maintains its texture upon serving.

Pro-tip: Other highlights include the Japanese tiger prawn tempura and saltwater uni (sea urchin).

Paradise Teochew Restaurant

Address: 391A Orchard Rd, #03 – 10, Singapore 238873 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568058994

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–3 PM and 6–10.30 PM

Recommended dish: Yam duck and clay pot rice

Price: $$$


Paradise Teochew Restaurant at Takashimaya offers authentic Teochew cuisine in a spacious setting of over 5,000 square feet. It’s ideal for big family celebrations.

The restaurant is known for its light seasoning and emphasis on natural flavours. Highlights include the excellent yam duck, delicious sea cucumber with tofu, exquisite paofan (claypot rice), and tasty chicken with cashew nuts.

Pro-tip: There are kid-sized chairs, plates, and cutlery for small diners. 


Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04-18A Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6583509555

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 12.30–2.30 PM and 6.30–11 PM

Recommended dish: Chawanmushi (savoury egg custard dish with a variety of proteins)

Price: $$$ 


Hazuki is a small Kyoto-style restaurant that opened in the latter half of 2022 at Takashimaya Shopping Centre. With an intimate setting and a very small seating capacity, it offers an exclusive dining experience and a menu dictated by the seasons.

Yes, its menu is ever-changing as even the ingredients depend on its sources. Lunch menu prices start from S$180, and the main dining room can only accommodate a dozen patrons at a time!

Pro-tip: Want to feel more exclusive? There’s a luxuriously appointed private dining room available for just six guests, catering to diners seeking greater seclusion.

Angus House

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Address: 391 Orchard Road. #04-25, S(238872 Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567356015

Hours: Daily, 11.15 AM–3 PM and 6–10 PM

Recommended dish: Australian Wagyu steak

Price: $$$


Over the past three decades, Angus House has become a premier destination for Wagyu steak. While its steaks steal the spotlight, the menu also features Japanese-style spaghetti, risotto, and other options

Served on sizzling hot plates, the steaks are typically thin cuts, approximately 1.5 centimetres for the tenderloin and 2 centimetres for the ribeye. Both are flavourful, though the ribeye tastes just a tad richer.

Pro-tip: The 150-gram tenderloin and 300-gram ribeye are both manageable sizes  and suitable for various appetites.

Imperial Treasure Fine Shanghai Cuisine

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04 – 22, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568366909

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–3 PM and 6–11 PM

Recommended dish: Braised beancurd and minced pork

Price: $$$


Imperial Treasure Fine Shanghai Cuisine offers an extensive menu with hundreds of dishes catering to all tastes. It even includes a dedicated menu for vegetarians.

The restaurant serves refined classic Shanghai cuisine with a modern twist. A standout dish is the braised beancurd and minced pork with spicy mapo sauce, which delivered delightful flavours and fragrances to our table. 

Pro-tip: Another must-try is the authentic Sichuan-style hot and sour soup that’s perfectly balanced in spiciness, sourness, and richness.

Vanda Botanical Desserts

Address: 313@somerset, Orchard Rd, #01-17 313, Singapore 238895 (Google Maps)

Contact: +65 6589 8712

Hours: Daily, noon–9.45 PM

Recommended dish: Poached pear walnut gelato

Price: $$


Vanda Botanical Desserts promises a unique gelato experience at Takashimaya. Inspired by Asian flowers, fruits, spices, teas, and herbs, each flavour is meticulously crafted from scratch using traditional techniques.

You can customise your gelato with a variety of toppings. Each signature creation is adorned with an edible Mini Viola flower for a floral and fruity treat.

Pro-tip: Servings are generous here: one scoop is enough for two people!

Hanare by Takayama

Address: 391 Orchard Road #03-07, Takashimaya Shopping Centre Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6582989369

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–10 PM

Recommended dish: Salmon kamameshi set 

Price: $$$


Hanare by Takayama showcases a menu featuring traditional dishes made with seasonally driven ingredients. A highlight is its signature dish, kamameshi, mixed rice cooked in an individual iron pot with seasonal produce.  

For lunch, we recommend the kamameshi set which offers a choice of a main course. This is accompanied by seasonal sashimi, chawanmushi, grilled fish, miso soup, and dessert. 

Pro-tip: Celebrating a birthday? Expect a complimentary tiramisu or a small cake from the staff.

The Sushi Bar

Address: 391A Orchard Rd, #05-34/35 Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238874 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6588183535

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM–9 PM

Recommended dish: Chirashi (sushi rice bowl)

Price: $$


The Sushi Bar is a popular Japanese restaurant known for its high-quality sashimi. Despite long queues during peak hours, it offers a wide menu range catering to various budgets, from affordable options to premium raw fish items.

Each a la carte sashimi order consists of three slices, with impressive quality and freshness noted by diners. Notably, the scallop is particularly praised for its value at just S$6.90.

Pro-tip: Prices range from S$20 for a mixed sashimi platter to around S$40 for three slices of otoro (fatty tuna). 

Tampopo Grand

Address: 391A Orchard Rd, # 04 – 28, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567352959

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–9.15 PM

Recommended dish: Salmon sashimi

Price: $$


Tampopo Grand offers an extensive menu with the tempura udon set being one of the simplest options available. It’s a standard yet satisfying choice for a quick Japanese meal, especially for those with a hearty appetite due to its substantial portion of udon.

If you’re feeling extra indulgent, the salmon sashimi here is excellent. It features thick slices that melt in your mouth.

Pro-tip: Tampopo Grand offers a compelling Japanese beer promotion: five cans for S$48!

Crystal Jade Palace

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #04-19 Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Singapore 238872 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6590175423

Hours: Daily, 11 AM–3 PM and 6–10 PM

Recommended dish: Braised sea cucumber

Price: $$


Crystal Jade Palace has been at  Ngee Ann City from the very start, way back in 1993. Today, it still serves a range of familiar favourites.

Don’t miss the braised sea cucumber with Grandma’s Braised Pork Belly, a rustic dish featuring Australia-sourced sea cucumbers and Crystal Jade’s signature braised pork belly slow-cooked in quality soy sauce, rock sugar, and spices.

It’s so tender and flavourful that you’ll almost forget your name!

Pro-tip: Opt for Chef Foo’s Customized Menu, available in either 6 or 8 courses, exclusively by reservation with bookings required at least 2 weeks in advance.