Tenfuku Tendon Specialty – Tempura Restaurant in Singapore

A good tempura restaurant in Singapore, Tenfuku Tendon Specialty, operates within Jurong Point mall (63 Jurong West Central 3), at the shopping centre’s Daimon Food Alley (which contains five different Japanese food concepts).

The restaurant has a quick service, specialty concept that delivers deliciously fulfilling tempura rice bowl meals at great value-for-money.

Fragrant Hitomobore rice at the outlet is topped with tempura that has been made with quality ingredients such as prawn and Anago (premium conger eel) that are completed with their in-house special tendon sauce, giving a delightful final flavour.

Tenfuku Tendon Specialty - Tempura Restaurant in Singapore - Jurong Point.

While dining at the restaurant, you should try out their different house-special sauces that have been specially created by their tendon chef to go with the tendon meals.

For chilli lovers, you can opt for a spicy sauce that has an extra kick that goes well with the crispy tempura, while their yuzu pepper sauce refreshes the palette with a citrusy and slightly peppery flavour.

The outlet’s tempura is deep-fried in a light batter to tender perfection, allowing you to enjoy the succulent content with a crispy and golden brown exterior.

Specialty for the restaurant is a Signature Mega Tendon Set, consisting of 10 pieces of tempura on Japanese rice bowl, and served with miso soup and pickles at a very affordable prices.

Tenfuku Tendon Specialty – Daimon Food Alley @ Jurong Point – Tempura Restaurant in Singapore
63 Jurong West Central 3, #B1-49, JP2, Daimon Food Alley, Jurong Point Shopping Centre
Singapore 648331
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-10pm
www.res.com.sg

Tenfuku Tendon Specialty tempura restaurant in Singapore is owned and managed by RE&S, which also owns a range of other Japanese food & beverage brands in Singapore.


Among these other portfolio brands of Japanese culinary concepts are, for example, Shimbashi Soba, Men-Ichi, Yaki Yaki Bo, Kabe No Ana, Shabu Tontei, as well as Gokoku.