Whether it’s omakase, robatayaki, or sushi with a view, these Japanese restaurant promotions are dishing out delectable deals. Oishi!
Think about it. All of us know at least one person who has said, “I can have Japanese food any day and every day”. Heck, that person could very well be you.
While there’s no lack of options when it comes to Japanese dining — whether it’s conveyor-belt sushi, teppanyaki, omakase or robatayaki… the savvy saver will always have a yen for sussing out a restaurant that offers not only good sashimi, but also equally good savings.
Here are five of our recommendations for your next pang of Japanese craving.
Keyaki: 30% Off with UOB Credit Cards
Think Japanese omakase and the name Keyaki is bound to come up. After all, it’s one of the rare restaurants in Singapore that offers not only a memorable menu of seasonal delicacies, but also an authentic atmosphere — think Japanese garden with koi pond — to complete the experience.
Save & Savour: From now until 31 August 2017, enjoy 30% off the total bill if you pay with your UOB Reserve, Visa Infinite, Privilege Banking, Empire and Lady’s Solitaire Card. All other UOB cardholders will enjoy 20% off the total bill.
Address: 7 Raffles Blvd, Level 4, Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore 039595
Tel: 6826 8240
Mikuni: 25% Off with OCBC Credit Cards
Feeling like robatayaki instead? Well, a hop, skip and a jump away is Mikuni at Swissôtel The Stamford, a favourite for hearty charcoal-grilled goodies on a stick — yes, Japanese-style satay, sort of. Alternatively, there is the option of teppanyaki or sushi prepared by a master chef that works with only the most premium of seasonal Japanese produce. Who’s hungry?
Save & Savour: From now until 31 May 2017, OCBC credit cardholders receive 25% off total bill.
And if you order the grand tasting menu, you’ll also receive a complimentary glass of champagne.
Address: 2 Stamford Road, Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore 178882
Tel: 6431 6156
Sen of Japan: 10% Off with Standard Chartered Credit Cards
Sushi with a view? Sugoii! Located just opposite the ArtScience Museum, Sen of Japan is a casual Japanese restaurant and bar that’s helmed by Chef Nakano Hiromi. Diners can look forward to savouring modern Japanese cuisine while taking in the beautiful Singapore skyline.
Save & Savour: Standard Chartered credit cardholders enjoy 10% off a la carte menu items from now until February 2018. We suggest using the Standard Chartered Unlimited Credit Card to enjoy a 1.5% cash rebate on top of your discount.
Don’t have this card yet? Here’s a hot tip – apply through SingSaver.com.sg to get a S$100 Taka voucher when your card gets approved!
Address: 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-86, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Tel: 6688 7426
Watami: Earn 10X STAR$ With American Express
If you’re looking for sophisticated Japanese dining that doesn’t come with a hefty bill, then Watami is the place for you. The international restaurant chain has 600 outlets in Japan and another 100 overseas. The chain has a few outlets in Singapore serving up just about most of the Japanese fare you can think of.
Save & Savour: For American Express cardholders, earn 10 times extra STAR$ until 30 June 2017
Locations: City Square Mall, ION Orchard, Junction 8, Causeway Point, and Star Vista
Sushi Airways: 15% Off with DBS Cards
Imagine embarking on a unique gastronomic adventure on Singapore’s first aircraft-themed restaurant. Yep, dine from within an “aircraft cockpit” while you feast on delectable seafood flown in four times a week directly from Japan! Oh yeah, we’re on board.
Save & Savour: DBS cardholders enjoy 15% off total bill with a minimum spend of S$80 nett. Valid till 31 May 2017
Address: 20A Baghdad St, Singapore 199659
Tel: 6291 1151
Don’t own a credit card yet? You can find the best credit card for dining at SingSaver.com.sg.
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By Alexa Fang
Alexa is a pop-culture vulture. She lives to read, write and travel, and decided long ago that life is stranger than fiction. When she’s having croissant, she thinks in French. “31 Rue Cambon” is her favourite address, and she believes that money one enjoyed spending is never money wasted.