Blissful time with fine Japanese food and rich sake【#23 Singapore Recommended Restaurant “KAMOSHITA”】

This time I would like to introduce a Japanese restaurant “KAMOSHITA” located in Tanjong Pagar. I often meet people who say, “If you want to have a drink with Japanese food, I recommend KAMOSHITA! It is a famous restaurant with such a good reputation.

Please read the review to the end!



⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Must repeat! A highly recommended restaurant.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Should repeat! A highly satisfying restaurant.
⭐️⭐️⭐️Would repeat! A good restaurant.
⭐️⭐️A great place to go and recommended.
⭐️An ordinary restaurant.
※Based on cuisine, restaurant atmosphere, and cost performance, the rest is calculated intuitively based on personal preferences and dogmatism.

General Review

Kamoshita is one of my favorite restaurants. The quality of Japanese food and sake is so good that you almost forget that you are in Singapore. The oden is one of the best.

The counter-centered interior is ideal for enjoying drinks at a leisurely pace. I think you will have a truly blissful time enjoying delicious Japanese food and sake while slowly talking with your friends or partner 😀

If someone asks me if there are any good places to eat Japanese food and drink in Singapore, I will first introduce you to KAMOSHITA. I will introduce KAMOSHITA first.


The store is located in Tanjong Pagar, near the Maxwell Hawker Center. Here is the entrance of the store.

You can easily find it on Neil Rd. The interior of the store looks like this.

The long counter is the perfect place to relax and talk with a friend or partner. The atmosphere is very relaxed. Tables are also available on the entrance side, so groups of people can also come to the restaurant without any problems 😀.



The main menu is a creative Japanese. A menu list with a very large number of pages is inserted in the binder. Therefore, it is difficult to introduce all of them with pictures, so I will introduce only some of them this time.

The recommended menu, which changes MONTHLY, seems to be this one. What a Iekei Ramen at the bottom of the list! (I didn’t order it this time lol).

Course menus are also available 😀 Prices start at $60, which is great!

The sake menu looks like this. You can order from Glass or Carafe. There is a very wide variety of sake, and there are many more than this 🍶.


I ordered a beer at first! Cheers 🍺!

Among the many items on the menu at KAMOSHITA, the oden is the most popular menu. You can order 3 kinds of assorted oden, 6 or 10 kinds of oden is also available.

This oden is excellent. The soup stock is very good, and even though I didn’t like Oden that much, I love Oden here. By the way, it was supposed to be 3 kinds, but there were 4 kinds in the package – lucky ✌️ It is just the right size for one person.

Next, I ordered this one. The next item I ordered was the “Katsuo Namero.

Isn’t it wonderful to have seaweed served in a square? And now how could I not order sake!

Super dry honjozo, Koshino Kagetora🍶

The combination of this sake and Katsuo namerou was too good to be true. It was a blissful time, and I think this is what happiness is all about. You can enjoy the same quality of Katsuo namerou that you would find in a good Japanese izakaya.

And here is another dish I ordered as a side dish for drinks.” Burdock root, dried tomato and anchovy kinpira with salted malted rice”.

The name of the menu oozes a sense of creativity. The burdock root is crispy and the seasoning is wonderful. The anchovies do a great job 😀.

The appetisers continued. The next dish I ordered was “Homemade Tofu with Nama Nori Soy Sauce.”

No way, here comes the tofu in a jar! This tofu is extremely rich and delicious! The fresh seaweed soy sauce is also very tasty. It tastes different from the gohan-desuyo sold at the supermarket. The nori on the tofu makes for a great tapas😀

To finish off the meal, I ordered “Inaniwa Udon” (udon noodles).

This Inaniwa udon is also very tasty! It was easily eaten. It is the quality of proper udon you would expect to find in Japan! It was well-cooled and firm, a perfect dish to end the meal 😀.


  • Beer (L) $15.4
  • Oden Assorted 3 kinds $17.6
  • Katsuo Namerou $16.5
  • Koshino Kagetora Carafe. $25.3
  • Burdock root, dried tomato and anchovy kinpira with salted malted rice $8.8
  • Homemade Tofu with Nama Nori Soy Sauce $13.2
  • Inaniwa Udon Noodle $13.2

It is a bit pricier than a regular izakaya menu, but considering the quality of the food, I think it is totally worth it 😀 It is not too expensive by any means, but this quality of Japanese food is great!


This time I visited on a Sunday around 7pm. There was some room at that time, but it gets very crowded on Fridays and Saturdays, so I think reservations are essential.

It is one of my favorite Japanese restaurants, and the food, drinks, and comfort are very comfortable and blissful.

It is a great restaurant that I highly recommend for your satisfaction 😀

By the way, it is owned by the same owner as “Hearth”, which is also located in Tanjong Pagar and is famous for its Irori (sunken hearth) grill. I felt that the atmosphere of the restaurant is similar to that of Hearth 😁Hearth is also a very good restaurant, so if you are interested in it, please read the review article from here!


Address : 5 Neil Rd, Singapore 088806

TEL : 62213950

OPEN : Monday-Thursday 5–11 pm / Friday-Sunday 11:30 am–3 pm, 5–11 pm

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