Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Nabe Seizan at Japan Food Town, Singapore

Wagyu Mabushi

If you're getting tired of all of these Japan Food Town posts, please bear with me. At this rate, I should be done with nearly all of them within about a week's time.

Today's selection was Nabe Seizan (435 Orchard Road #04-44, 6262-3259), a nabemono-focused offshoot of a two Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant in Japan. But for lunch today, they did this wagyu mabushi, or a hitsumabushi but featuring beef instead. The ingredients and attention to detail were certainly befitting of a kitchen with Michelin lineage.

Alas, that came at a whopping price of S$38 (US$28), and for a pretty small portion at that. Sure, it's cheap for a Michelin-starred chef, but way too expensive for me to eat at regularly.


Dawn said...

Was the beef tender? It seems really lean.

bma said...

Lean but tender

suanc said...

I'm loving these posts on Japan food town. how many places did you cover each time?