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Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki
Overall, I felt it was a nice cosy place.Service was very prompt and helpful.Food was not bad~ Of course lah, since we cook it ourselves... wahahhaah
It's fun and interactive. Suitable for families too.
There are many other dishes in the menu too~Do try them out.
I would rate a 7/10.
Good Food & Best Restaurants in Singapore
With squid, prawns, dried shrimps and pork. We got the staff to help us cook it. The cabbage was sliced very thinly on the hotplate. I really love the flavourful taste but it gets salty at the end. I think we didn cook it long enough to make it crispy on one side.
DIY Sambal & Tom Yum Japanese Pancakes Along Dunlop Street
Not only will Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant guarantee a new side of Japanese grills with dishes like the Tonpeiyaki and Seafood Monja, but they will also make your dining experience a fun one with the flexibility to DIY the food.
And honestly? I wouldn’t dare pass on the souffle pancakes if I were you.
Seiwaa – Cheap and Good Okonomiyaki
Never underestimate Japanese street food, for they can fill you up as well as a bowl of ramen can. Expect to be treated with fresh ingredients all the way from Japan. Furthermore, if you’re up for a challenge, they have a 1 for 1 90 minutes Ala Carte Buffet that will fill you up to the brim. An unpretentious and homely restaurant offering an experience of Japan on a griddle; What’s not to love?
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