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Izakaya Restaurants in Singapore

 Discover the magic of Japanese cuisine in Singapore’s izakayas. You’ll find just about every kind of dining experience under the sun in Singapore, whether you’re heading out for a glamorous three course meal, grabbing a quick bite after work, or settling in for a long night of drinking with a few bar bites and nibbles along the way. No matter what cuisine you like, Singapore has endless choices for you from Italian to French, American to Cantonese, Korean to Japanese and everything in between. Izakayas in Singapore provide a relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy a beer or some sake served with Japanese delights such as grilled cuttlefish, octopus in wasabi sauce, and salmon sashimi. If you're finding it difficult to find the best izakayas in Singapore suited to your night out, why not let Quandoo do all the hard work for you? No matter where you are in Singapore, find izakayas nearby and browse them before choosing one and making a table reservation the easy way.

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Shiu Yakiniku

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4.4/627
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Sushi Mieda

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Raffles Place
Japanese$$$$
5.8/66
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Ootoya - Changi City Point

Ootoya - Changi City Point

Changi
Japanese$$$$
4.7/633
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Niku Katsumata

Niku Katsumata

Tanjong Pagar
Japanese$$$$
5.6/616
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Ootoya - Clementi Mall

Ootoya - Clementi Mall

Clementi
Japanese$$$$
4.7/628
Ootoya - Clementi Mall
Tamako Meal - Upper Thomson

Tamako Meal - Upper Thomson

Upper Thomson
Japanese$$$$
4.5/629
Tamako Meal - Upper Thomson
Tomo Izakaya - Esplanade

Tomo Izakaya - Esplanade

Esplanade
Japanese$$$$
3.8/623
Tomo Izakaya - Esplanade
Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant

Haru Haru Japanese Restaurant

Ang Mo Kio
Japanese$$$$
4.7/626
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Restaurant Hoshigaoka - SAFRA Toa Payoh

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Toa Payoh
Japanese$$$$
4.9/623
Restaurant Hoshigaoka - SAFRA Toa Payoh
Inaniwa Yosuke

Inaniwa Yosuke

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
5.2/613
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Naruto Izakaya

Naruto Izakaya

Boat Quay
Japanese$$$$
4.8/611
Naruto Izakaya
NAMI

NAMI

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
6.0/62
NAMI
Yamazaki Japanese Restaurant & Bar

Yamazaki Japanese Restaurant & Bar

Fullerton
Japanese$$$$
4.4/616
Yamazaki Japanese Restaurant & Bar
Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Little India
Japanese$$$$
6.0/62
Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant
TORA

TORA

Kallang
Japanese$$$$
6.0/61
TORA
Ginza Kuroson - Takashimaya

Ginza Kuroson - Takashimaya

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
4.3/612
Ginza Kuroson - Takashimaya
Tonkichi - Tampines Mall

Tonkichi - Tampines Mall

Tampines
Japanese$$$$
5.7/63
Tonkichi - Tampines Mall
Kuro Kin Japanese Dining

Kuro Kin Japanese Dining

Bukit Timah
Japanese$$$$
5.5/62
Kuro Kin Japanese Dining
Tonkichi - Isetan Scotts

Tonkichi - Isetan Scotts

Orchard
Japanese$$$$
5.0/62
Tonkichi - Isetan Scotts
Kanpai Izakaya

Kanpai Izakaya

Holland Village
Japanese$$$$
5.3/63
Kanpai Izakaya
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    Japanese tapas are a pure delight to behold at izakayas in Singapore

    Savour the spirit of Japanese tapas in one of the many izakayas across Singapore. Historically izakayas were popular with businessmen in Japan in search of a booze-filled haven that served snacks, after a long working day. Nowadays, they are spread across the globe and Singapore’s izakayas are certainly a firm favourite with both expats and locals. The menu at izakayas generally consists of a tempting range of small snacks made from pork, beef, chicken, seafood and more. Choose from bite-sized fried chicken by the name of karaage, grilled vegetables or meat on skewers called kushiyaki, noodles, tofu dishes, salads and more at izakayas in Singapore. No meal at an izakaya is complete without a portion of tebasaki(spicy chicken wings), edamame beans with salt, garlic and chilli or fresh fish, lightly fried with lemon juice.
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    Izakayas in Singapore cater to all dietary requirements

    Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, allergic to gluten or just downright fussy when it comes to food, you’ll find something suitable on the menu at Singapore’s izakayas. With plenty of tofu and vegetable-based dishes, both vegans and vegetarians will have their pick of dishes. For those avoiding gluten, most meat and vegetable dishes can be ordered without soy sauce or the chef can amend them to be fully gluten-free. Singapore even got its first fully-certified halal izakaya recently. Traditionally, izakayas would centre around two staples: pork and sake, but now there’s a booze-free izakaya in Singapore with halal meat for all to enjoy. So whether you want a trendy izakaya with neon lights and crowds of hipsters, or the more covert kind of izakaya that lies off-the-beaten-track with some truly authentic dishes, Quandoo will help you find the one that fits the vibe perfectly!
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    Enjoy a night to remember in Singapore’s izakayas

    There are izakayas in Boat Quay and Esplanade that are extremely popular with both the after-work crowd, and the pre-theatre crew. Singapore’s izakayas are great places to meet up with friends or to unwind no matter what day of the week but make sure you avoid the queues by reserving your table with Quandoo! Browse a wide variety of izakayas catering to every occasion, from romantic dinners for two to establishments with a more laid-back atmosphere. No matter which Singapore izakaya you visit, you’ll be sure to find amazing drinks and an extensive menu of delicious Japanese snacks to sate your appetite.