If you miss travelling to Japan, Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar is a sweet dining alternative. Step into the spacious Japanese restaurant bound by faux Sakura trees decked in sleek grey and wood-toned walls, embellished with Japanese-style paintings framed up against stylish gold or wood backings. What I love most are the private rooms! Unique Japanese-influenced tatami booth seats enclosed by rattan curtains.

A little background about Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar, it is a new concept by Yuan Cuisine Group conjured by chef Angus Chow and celebrity chef Justin Foo. You can expect mod-Japanese interpretations of izakaya food and Japanese cuisine at Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar.
This is a refreshing Maguro Tataki Salad ($28) to get the taste buds moving. Expect thickly sliced tuna slices with one twisted into a beautiful rose amidst mixed salad and Kaison seaweed.
Pairing the fragrance truffle oil with sea bream and finally topped with caviar dusted in gold. Shiromi truffle ($30) is so addictive!!!
Uni Ikura tart ($22/piece) is a must try dish at Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar.

We absolutely love to eat these lovely smoked sea urchin on crumbly tart. These bright orange sea urchin are fresh, salty and creamily opulent along with truffle cream, salmon roe and each orb bursts with a satisfying pop. 1 is definitely not enough!
Tsukune ($5.20) makes a good pairing with sake. These homemade tender chicken meatballs are mixed with chicken cartilage which adds a good flavour and crunch to the meatballs. The sauce gave a iconic sweet-salty and gooey-delicious glaze that skewers are known for.
These chicken thigh are cushioned in fluffy black charcoal crisp. The meat is lightly seasoned whereas there isn’t much flavour from the charcoal batter. Looking at the price tag for Charcoal chicken ($16), I have greater expectation.
Miyazaki A4 Wagyu Cha Zuke (from omakase menu) is served with slices of Miyazaki A4 wagyu layered on a bed of rice in comforting hot kombu dashi stock and green tea. The wagyu is so rich and flavorful on its own!
Here’s one of the options for the vegan. Tofu nugget ($12) may look like chicken nuggets but they’re made from pressed tofu, almond meal and potato.
A gorgeous Ume jelly ($8) with an aroma of plum liquor jelly and a refreshing sweetness from the wolfberries to end off the meal.

There are limited Japanese-influenced tatami booth seats which we believe it will be a crowd favourite. Don’t forget to make a reservation before your visit to Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar.
    • Osomatsu Japanese Kitchen & Bar

    • Phone
      +659235 9419
    • Address
      11 Tanjong Katong Road, KINEX, #02-21, 437157
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