Himonoya Japanese seafood BBQ restaurant operates within Robertson Quay in Singapore, at 11 Unity Street.
The restaurant specializes in high quality Japanese himono (dried fish) dishes.
Himono is a dried fish that is found drying in the sun in fishing villages across Japan, where the drying process preserves fish for a longer shelf life, while also making the fish salty and chewy.
For their dishes, Himonoya imports the same himono as is used in restaurants in Japan.
Similarly, most of the restaurant’s sashimi, such as tuna and Hokkaido uni (sea urchin), is also imported directly from Japan to bring you very same quality as you’d expect when dining in the country of the recipes’ origin.
The menu, which is available at the official website (www.singaporehimonoya.com), in addition to himono dishes like the signature Himono Hokke BBQ, features a range of other Japanese culinary delicacies.
Furthermore, Himonoya has a wide selection of Japanese sakes, being one of the few places in Singapore where you can enjoy rare Japanese sake brands at competitive price points.
With maximum seating for 60 people, and private rooms for up to 25 guests, Himonoya’s atmosphere is comfortable and the prices are friendly to the budget, making the place a great destination to enjoy genuine tastes of Japan.
Himonoya Japanese Seafood BBQ Restaurant
11 Unity Street, #02-14, Robertson Quay
Hours: Monday-Sunday 6pm-12midnight
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