The nostalgic taste of Japanese comfort food prepared soul-ly by you, the way you want it.

72 Dunlop Street
Singapore 209400

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm


11:00am - 11:00pm



What you should order at Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

You should order these at Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Reviews at Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant

Reviews of good food at Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant
3 Flavour Okonomiaki

Tom yam, Chilli Crab and sambal. Rest service, great place to hang out and chat. Had loads of fun! Super full!!! $35+

Fun But Not That Tasty

We had fun cooking the okonomiyaki with the help of their friendly staff. However, it just taste like cabbage with dough. We can't really taste the meat. It would taste much better if they are more generous with the meat and add seasoning to the dough.

"Chef, more butter and char for 🐰 please."

πŸ™πŸ»πŸ˜‰ / All right that's not what I told him but dang, this Grilled Whole Squid [$15] which he cooked skillfully in front of me was SO DELICIOUS.
Springy, succulent, and not rubbery at all! Better than the πŸ™ skewers I had at Myeongdong added up tgt πŸ€— / .
All in all, my second visit to Seiwaa within a month was even more satisfactory with my family; we ordered more appetisers & different flavours of Okonomiyaki. Service was impeccable on both times too! Waiters are extremely well-trained and we were at awe while they prepared the Monja. . β€’
While the okonomiyakis are undeniably tasty, I wonder if they have an option of adding yakisoba inside like the version I had in Osaka. That was a real gamechanger for me πŸ€”πŸ˜› #okonomiyaki #seiwaasg #grilledsquid #teppanyaki #seafoodlove

Cheap and Good Okonomiyaki from $10

First, we mixed the batter well and laid it out on the griddle with a thin layer of oil. The estimated time taken for each side to cook is about 5 minutes, depending on the thickness of the pancake. The hardest part was flipping the pancake without creating a mess. After all the hard work, you may top off your golden-brown Okonomiyaki with the condiments provided: topping sauce, Mayonnaise, Dried Bonito flakes and Aonoir powder.

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Gyoza, Yaki Soba, Meat Platter

Gyoza @ 5pcs 》$5

Yaki Soba Noodles 》$12

Flavour Meat Grill Plate
Pork, marinated chicken, bacon, beef & vegetables and ❌ Lamb 》$38

Seafood Okonomiyaki

βœ” Pork & Shrimp
❌ Squid

Comes with pork, shrimp and squid. Made a special request not to have squid 》$16

The elevated version of must-have pasar malam item, okonomiyaki, but at a comfortable restaurant – YAY!

You can even cook the Japanese pancake yourself with a grill on your table, plus add on your desired toppings! Check it out!
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Writer: @hotcheekylace
Photographer: @marktankai

Seafood Okonomiyaki

As freshly grilled as can be! And right in front of your eyes at that! πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒ Fresh ingredients cooked to its yummiest! ❀️ the taste of this! A delectable smooth eggy taste with a nice crunch from the cabbage that was perfectly complemented with the super bouncy squid and succulent prawns! So oishiii! This was my 2nd time having it! Just can't get enough of this dish!

Zaru Soba

For the ones looking for a clean & healthy option! Clean-tasting carbs served with cold japanese tea while visually appealing to the eyes 😍😍 A refreshing taste especially with a slight dollop of wasabi and a garnish of the freshly chopped spring onions!

Pork Monja

Like a bbq-ed crepe crackling with pork bacon bits! The most intriguing part of this dish was it tasted best when left to charred! Yum yum πŸ‘… Get your scraper & get scraping to get all the crispy bits! Scrape-all-you-can, everyone! πŸ˜ŒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜πŸ˜

Teppanyaki (Meat Platter)

We were in the mood for meat and decided to order the teppanyaki meat platter ($38 for 2) despite no of reviews for it. (Predominant of the reviews were on the okonomiyaki and monjayaki) The picture pretty much shows everything that you get for the platter including 4 pieces each of beef, chicken, pork and lamb, 2 pieces bacon and misc veg. Every type of meat that they served was pretty good, except for the beef (the seasoning was too salty). I really liked their teppanyaki onions! They were sweet and did not have the "spicy" after taste. I also enjoyed the slightly aged toufu very much! (The accompany soya sauce made the toufu very flavourful). Xoxo, wet tissue no have; ice water 50c

Crouching Okonomi Hidden Bacons 😍

Ordered the pork okonomiyaki ($10). The "pork" here really means "bacon". When I ordered this, I was deluded because I thought that this was a healthy option (huge chunks of cabbage). I was totally wrong, it comes with awesome starch, generous portion of pork, egg and topped with sinful loads of sauce and mayonnaise~ Sinfully good😹 The server (Ow) did a prefect job in cooking our okonomiyaki to crispy brown and under the okonomiyaki hides 4 strips of golden bacon that really "covered the ground". Great visual and gastro enjoyment. The only down side is that you go home with clothes and hair that smells like they ate the teppanyaki too! Xoxo, wet tissue no have; ice water 50c

Monjayaki 😘 [Do Not Judge A Monja By Her Looks]

Seiwaa is my new found love from the burppler's guide. This Japanese resturant in located in the heart of Little India. Seiwaa is not hard to find among another Indian shop as the 2 red lanterns in front of its shop really make it stand out. Order the highly raved seafood monjayaki ($10) and added the must-add Cheese ($3)! The verdict: heavenly yummy-"oyster mee Sua" sauce-pan fried to this gooey-crispy based goodness. This dish is predominately thin cabbage strips chopped up to form an intricate web but as you scrape (with this cute metal spoon they provide) the monja off the pan, it sets off a party in your mouth the moment you deliver it in. It is amazing as your brain tries to process everything at one go: the chewiness of squid, the crispness of the base, the soupy/gooey sauce texture, the crunch from the shrimp and sakura ebi, the cheesy portions, the curry powder (this is a free option!) and the "where is the cabbages". I have a strong feeling that this would make a great rainy day comfort food. The server by the name of Ow and the boss were excellent in making us comfortable and they cooked all our food (no burnt food 😁). If you are those who want extra fun/ hands-on/ want-to-show-that-you-make-a-good Wife-or-Husband type, you can choose to DIY. Best part is that when you screw up, you can quickly call for the server to help you salvage (seems to be pretty common)! Xoxo, wet tissue no have; ice water 50c

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A Little Fun Side

🍽: Pork okonomiyaki and seafood monjayaki
Price: $10 + $10
πŸš‡: Rochor
πŸ“: 72 Dunlop Street
Have the recent rainy weather made you gloomy? Are you looking for something interesting? Seiwaa managed to feed me with warm food while adding some fun to it.
You can either choose to let the Chef cook for you or you can cook it yourself. Saying all this, I still let the Chef cooked for me, because I was too hungry to allow myself to destroy my dinner. I was quite surprise to see all the ingredients were freshly mixed in front of us.
Overall, it was a great experience, especially in large group, where wild ideas would appear. You are able to customise to your own taste by the condiments they offer. Most importantly, it is value in money!

For a Unique Japanese Experience in Little India

Groups can stuff themselves on the cheap at this Okonomiyaki and Teppanyaki restaurant located in the heart of Little India. The key to Seiwaa’s success? Consistently tasty, authentic Japanese food that is priced affordably, plus a lively, casual environment equals a restaurant that no one can argue with. Order the Monjyayaki ($14 for seafood, add $3 for cheese), a pan-fried batter that is largely similar to Okonomiyaki, but wetter and a whole lot more fun to eat. The base of shredded cabbage is fried with your choice of protein, then spread thin on the grill to cook to crisp. A small ditch is made in the middle of the mixture, and a thick, saucy glaze is poured and mixed in. Up till here, the staff cooks everything for you, but once it’s done, you and your friends will have to scrape and eat directly off the grill with tiny metal spoons β€” a fun and definitely memorable experience for everyone! The pan-grilled Giant Squid ($15) is also worth ordering, Burpple Tastemaker Celest Lim describes it as β€œfresh and succulent, perfect with the side dip of mayonnaise and a sprinkle of chilli powder”.
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang

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