Niji Japanese Restaurant in Singapore – Concourse Skyline

Niji Japanese restaurant operates within Concourse Skyline building complex in Singapore, at 302 Beach Road.

The restaurant is best-known for their award-winning Chankonabe, a one-pot, “nabemono” Japanese stew dish, and the staple diet (in vast quantities) of the world’s most famous sumo wrestlers.

In Japan, Chankonabe is a very popular restaurant food, often served in restaurants specialising in the dish, and that are associated with retired celebrity sumo wrestlers.

You can enjoy Chanko Nabe Japanese hot pot dish in three different varieties, of Special Rainbow Shio Chanko Nabe, Special Rainbow Kaisen Chanko Nabe, and Special Rainbow Shoya Chanko Nabe.

Niji Japanese Restaurant in Singapore.

Another hot pot meal on the Japanese restaurant menu is the restaurant’s Shabu-shabu (kurobuta pork shabushabu for 2 persons).

Beyond the specialty dish, Chankonabe, you can also order appetizers, salads, foods from the Japanese cuisine a la carte menu, sushi sets, sushi counter courses, sushi a la carte, sushi rolls a la carte, sashimi, tempura, Chirashi & Kaisen Don, Rice & Noodle dishes, Japanese desserts, as well as drinks.

The drinks menu contains beers (Sapporo Draft Beer, Suntory Premium Malt, Asahi Super Dry, Tiger Beer), Cold Sake, Warm Sake, Shochu, Whisky (Suntory Kaku Highball, Suntory Yamazaki Highball, Suntory Yamazaki 12 Years), and soft drinks.

During lunch hours, you can choose your meals from the separate Lunch Menu with 18 different delicious meal alternatives.

Niji Japanese Restaurant in Singapore
302 Beach Road, #01-09, Concourse Skyline
Singapore 199600
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am–2:30pm, 6pm–10:30pm, Sunday 4pm-10pm
concourseskyline.com.sg/amenities

Concourse Skyline building complex, where the Niji Japanese Restaurant in Singapore operates, is a 40-storey landmark skyscraper within Singapore’s Kallang district.

The building is just minutes away from Bugis train station and there are several bus services in the vicinity.