391A Orchard Road
#B2-01/02 Takashimaya Food Hall
Singapore 238873

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

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We went before 11.30, and we queue for 45 mins. It’s very crowded, and the direction of the queue a bit misleading. So customer should pay first, get buzzer and when the buzzer is ring, mean we can get the seat n the food will served to us.
We ordered halibut and unagi set. Both of us prefer Halibut more.
The fish fresh, grill till skin was light crispy, the flesh moist and tender.
The set meal comes with salad, soup and appetiser and green tea.
💰$17.5 for halibut set.
📍Nakajima Suisan Grilled Fish.
B2 Food hall Ngee Ann City
391A Orchard Rd


🥳 This special edition of sushi "Celebrate 30 years of Nakajima Suisan in Singapore". We can't help but love the spicy sambal belachan on top of torched salmon 🍣. We normally try to avoid torched food but give it a go for this one. There is another version of sushi for this occasion & we might share it until this runs out. 😉

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Amazing grilled fish - crisp skin, flesh is super succulent and juicy, has a v nice bite to it. I love it so much!! It’s served with soft, pearly rice, pickles, salad (thinly sliced cabbage in sesame sauce), and miso soup. They also serve tea which was v nice and roasty. I was super full after that but very satisfied~

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Mero Saikyo Set ($23.90 ++)

Known as Cod fish (鳕鱼) my friend introduced me to try their grilled fish and so I decided to try it out on weekdays lunch time. But I realised that the resturant got still have two separate queues on lunch time for ordering food and also waiting for the seats. They got selling set meal or ala carte for fish and seafood. The cashier saw me to think which fish to order for set meal and he recommended me for mero (toothfish) as bestseller. I know that it was really expensive fish on the menu even though I never thought what I really wanted to order tbh because it got a lot of varieties of fish and seafood to come from. So it's best to start it off something best seller from the menu. The mero (toothfish) really got marinated, grilled and similar taste as cod fish, really soft and creamy but a bit of fish bones hidden. Every set meal got green tea served first before the main (fish or seafood) and side dish (such as sesame salad - creamy and waterish taste included corn, violet and green cabbage, garlic - i personally don't like, pickles - sour and waterish, miso soup - kelp & tofu but taste like instant?) come in together.

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A very popular grilled fish restaurant in town, we finally made our way over to try their dishes and I can see why there is always a long line for their grilled fish!

We had the Akauo Hiraki ($20.50), which came in a generous portion. The fish was quite sizable and was really fresh. Very meaty and flaky, each bite was really rich and savoury. However, I must say, they may have seasoned the fish abit too much, as it got too salty towards the end. Really need to have loads of tea and rice with this!

The Mero Shioyaki ($21.90) was very interesting, as the meat of the fish was really soft yet surpringly sweet. Although a rather small piece of fish, it was full of flavour. If you have a sweeter palate, this is for you!

Will be back to try other variations of their grilled fish!


Kinmedai Saikuoyaki Set ($16.50)
Perfectly grilled fish, you can even taste the freshness. Wide variety of options to choose from! Kinmedai was so luscious and decadent - a fatty fish mild in flavour but full of umami goodness. Price is outstanding for this quality.