Tuesday, 21 January 2014


It was a special day, so I decided to have a meal at Ito-Kacho, which is a Japanese barbeque-style fine dining place. Of course, you should expect pricey food items...

The two sauces and a slice of lemon will be filled in for you, automatically. Chili sauce is one of my favorite. A little sweet and spicy, but I got choked on my first attempt.. Subsequently, I'm a lover for it!

You can view their full menu from their website.

Ordered US Nami-Karubi ($19.00), also known as Chuck Rib. Medium size around 80 grams. If this is not enough for you, they have large portion ($24.00), which is around 120 grams. Tender and juicy indeed. If only my companion is also a beef lover, I could have ordered more of their beef items!

US Kurobuta-Karubi ($19.00), also known as Pork Belly. Large size around 120 grams.

Boneless Chicken Leg ($9.00). Medium size around 80 grams.

Kinoko Hoiru-Yaki ($6.90), which is assorted mushrooms with butter. It comes wrapped in aluminium foil, and to be cooked directly over the barbeque stove for 7-9 minutes. Be warned of its buttery taste!

One of my recommendation is Sausage Moriwase ($15.80). With a choice of beef, chicken or pork, we went for the pork. Big, fat and flavorful sausage being sliced.

Oo-Ebi Yaki ($24.00), also Giant Tiger Prawn for Grill. Fresh and juicy tiger prawns. You can hear yourself crunching on it :P

If you are one of those who do not wish to miss out ramen in a Japanese dining place, I can recommend Kuro-Buta Ramen ($15.80). It consists of pork, bean sprout, black pepper, and leek in pork-based soup. I really love their soup, and this ramen can actually come in second after my favorite Ramen Keisuke Tori King!

Jikasei Potato Salad ($11.80). Strips of bacon attached to the potato salad, which is also one of their recommended item.

Price may be steep, but food is still worth commending. Staff might be short-handed when I went on for dinner on a weekday, but service and attitude are satisfactory. Beef seems like one of their specialty, so do try to spare some money for their beef items when you are visiting them :)


333A Orchard Road
#04-08/09/10 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

Tel: (65) 6836 0111

Opening Hours
Mon - Fri: 1100 - 1400 hours (Lunch)
                 1800 - 2300 hours (Dinner)
Sat: 1100 - 2300 hours
Sun & P.H.: 1100 - 2200 hours

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