Eat at Seven at level 3 of Suntec City Mall features 7 of Japan’s best and trending specialist concept restaurants are brought into Singapore by Global Retail Partners, a joint venture by ANA Trading, Komars Group and local restaurateur Mr Andrew Tan who owns Tomo F&B Group.
Japanese cuisine is one of my favourite cuisines, so I am going to dedicate the whole of December to the review of these 7 restaurants.
Let’s go on to the restaurant with the longest name, Magurodonya Miuramisakikou Sushi & Dining. Magurodonya Miuramisakikou is actually a combination of 5 Japanese words: maguro means “tuna” in Japanese while Donya means “wholesaler”; Kou means “port” in Japanese and Misaki is the name of a port in Miura, Kanagawa prefecture of Japan that is famed for its abundance of high-quality tuna all-year round.
All meals come with salad, miso soup, chawanmushi and fresh fruits.
When you order Chef’s Special “Kaisen Don” Set, you get a bowl of fragrant Hokkaido rice topped with tamagoyaki, fresh slices of tuna, salmon and horse mackerel, shrimp, lightly-torched cuttlefish and fish roe. The seafood is very fresh.
Watching as the fresh pieces of pinkish maguro gets torched in front of your eyes is such a delight when you order Maguro Otoro Don Set. After torching, the outside turns a little whitish-grey but the inside is still pinkish soft. Paired with fragrant Hokkaido rice, the otoro melts in the mouth. Do note that there are only 6 portions are served daily, so do go down early to grab yours.
The prices at Magurodonya Miuramisakikou is a little steep, but attentive service and outstanding food quality make it easier to accept. After all, you are paying for one of the best maguro and seafood money can buy.
Eat at Seven: Magurodonya Miuramisakikou Sushi & Dining
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #03-314
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 11.30am – 2.30pm (Last Order 2pm), 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Last Order 10pm); Sunday 11.30am – 3pm (Last Order 2.30pm), 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Last Order 10pm)