Singapore’s First Japanese Restaurant Serving Home-cooked Cuisine from the Heart of Orchard.
Ootoya Japanese Restaurant 大戶屋 Hot
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I first dined at Ootoya at Changi Citypoint, and the restaurant was fairly crowded upon entering. Their menu offers a fairly wide variety that differs from usual Japanese restaurants, including descriptive captions and even the calorie count, which can be quite daunting for some but also good for those on diets!
Although the sets were said to come with a free flow of rice, miso soup and cabbage salad, we only had one serving per set because they didn't seem to offer us more after we were done with the first. The food also took quite a while to come, but I reckon that the crowd was the cause. However, they all came at once, so everyone could tuck in together (no need to salivate watching others endeavor their meals first!), and the food was of good quality, as expected of an authentic Japanese restaurant and not those overly-commercialised.
Overall, it was a pleasant dining experience and you should try it out if you would like an alternative to the usual Japanese fair!