Seiwaa’s signature dishes are okonomiyaki and monjayaki and you can DIY our own to cook them. Cooking okonomiyaki tip is to cook until they are crispy brown and you can top your topping and sauces on top for a savoury taste.
The buffet also includes other dishes such as Teppanyaki, Appetizer, rice and noodle so we ordered abit of every kind and tried. Head over to their website for their menu at http://www.seiwaa.com.sg/
This restaurant serve authentic Japanese food that is priced affordably
Monjayaki a slightly wetter version of Okonomayaki and alot more fun to eat and you can ask the friendly skilled chef to assist in the cooking. It is definitely a fun and enjoyable dinning experienece here in seiwaa. Lastly I suggest to go straight home after this because of the teppanyaki smoke :). Do check out their monthly promotion and call them to reserve your dinning seats.
72 Dunlop Street
Tel: 6291 6084
11am – 3pm
5pm – 11pm
close on Sunday
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