Minoriya – No kidding. Japanese Ala-Carte Buffet at $17 Nett

By Daniel, August 1, 2011

Minoriya means Harvest House, and this will probably give you an indication of the variety of food items in this Japanese ala-carte buffet restaurant. There is a total of 98 choices, ranging from sashimi, sushi, temaki, makimono, ippinmono (appetizer), itamemono (pan-fried), agemono (deep-fried), yakimono (grilled), gohan, noodles and soups.

The best thing about this restaurant is that dishes are served ala-carte – cooked only when ordered, and not even microwaved. Every dish comes in a relatively small portion, ensuring little wastage, and you will have stomach room for more. How pleasant it is for the food, especially tempura to come freshly fried, without having to jostle with others.

The sashimi was freshly cut in a variety of styles, becoming an aesthetically elegant piece with red coloured fish alternating with white with radish strips on side. The buffet is $29++ for lunch (both weekday and weekend) and $33++ for dinner. StreetDeal.sg is offering the buffet lunch at $17 Nett, making it one of the most value-for-money buffets you can find.

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Minoriya, 309-311 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore, Tel: +65 6346 6686
Opening Hours: 11.30am–2.30pm, 6pm–10.30pm Daily

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