Kinki, a popular urban Japanese restaurant and bar in Singapore, is located within Customs House Singapore, at 70 Collyer Quay.
The outlet offers both quick nibbles and satisfying meals in an extensive range of traditional & contemporary Japanese and daring fusion dishes.
Signature and highlight items in the dinner menu include the likes of Cowabunga (seared A4 wagyu, wagyu beef slices, cream cheese, cucumber, tobiko, potato floss, spicy mayo, soy reduction), Cassava Nachos (cassava chips, tomato miso beef, guacamole, creme fraiche)…
…Crispy Ume Kurobuta Belly (crispy fried pork belly marinated with ume honey plum), Mentaiko Sea Prawn (grilled tiger prawn, mentaiko prawn), High Roller Wagyu Don (Ohmi A4 wagyu, Hokkaido umi, ikura, summer black truffle, onsen egg), as well as Hokkaido Milk Crepe (dessert – vanilla creme milk crepe).
To complement the meals, there is a drinks list that features intoxicating liquids from the East and the West.
In terms of ambience, the urban lifestyle restaurant + bar, with service professionalism inspired by the Japanese Geisha tradition, contains art murals (on the restaurant level) by Sean Dunston and graffiti by local artist ANTZ (within the rooftop bar).
Kinki – Japanese Restaurant and Bar in Singapore
70 Collyer Quay, #02-02, Customs House Singapore
Opening Hours (Restaurant): Monday-Friday 12noon-3pm (Lunch), 6pm-11pm (Dinner),
Opening Hours (Rooftop Bar): Monday-Thursday 5pm-12midnight, Friday-Saturday 5pm-2am
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