Introducing Emporium Shokuhin "Signature Card" - Singapore’s First Integrated Japanese Emporium at Marina Square

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Emporium Shokuhin, just in case you haven't heard about it, is actually Singapore's first integrated Japanese emporium where in one location you can find a beef dry-aging facility, a gourmet grocer, a live seafood market (you can ask them to cook it for you), as well as 6 unique dining concept - 2 more will open this May! Details will follow =)



Early this March, Emporium Shokuhin launched their Signature Card that offers diners with irresistible deals at only $99! With this card, you can enjoy one signature dish from each of the 6 eating establishments that will save you up to 56%, instead of paying the usual $224 for all of them!

Without further ado, let me share with you the attractive dishes that are available as part of the Signature Card deal from 1st March to 30th April 2017.

1. Takujo Japanese Dining: Chef's Sashimi Fuji Platter for 2 - UP $88++ 

Here at Takujo, you can experience modern Japanese cuisine where you can release your sashimi desire while enjoying 5 types of the day's freshest! You can find Ikura aka Salmon Roe included on this platter special for the deal!

2. UMI+VINO Seafood Wine Bar: Lobster Scallop Burger - UP $28++

Who can resist the urge when you see housemade scallop patty and lobster claw in between soft charcoal buns? Served with hot crispy fries and greens, the scallop patty is tasty with nice bouncy texture while the lobster claw is sweet and juicy.

3. Senmi Sushi: Chirashi Don - UP $19++

Another favorite of mine is this Chirashi Don! Chirashi means scattered, so here basically you get chunks hearty bite size pieces of fresh tuna, salmon, swordfish, and shiromi sashimi (generic name for white-fleshed fish) with cucumber and omelette on a bed of Nanatsuboshi rice from Hokkaido. I must say this bowl is another definition of satisfaction!

4. GYUU+ Yakiniku Grill: A5 Miyazaki Misuji - UP $32++

Misuji is a popular cut from outside the shoulder blade. Look at how beautifully marbled the beef cut from the top grade cattle that are raised in the Miyazaki prefecture. 


As you grill-it-yourself, you can choose the level of doneness you desire. Each bite is tender, tasty, juicy and definitely satisfying! You can eat it on its own, but they also serve you some salt and housemade dipping sauce on the side. You'll definitely love the variation as each mouthful will give you different taste and sensation. 

5. Burosu Honten Gyoza & Ramen: Special Ultimate Blend - UP $18.80++

The tonkotsu and seafood soup base was simmered for at least 11 hours! It's rich with umami taste and light at the same time. They also make their own fresh noodle, thin and straight, it clings together and delivers plenty of umami hearty flavor with each slurp. Served with crab chunks, succulent prawns, the tender chashu slices get my attention with its aroma and thick texture.

6. Kohi-Koji Cafe & Bakery: Valrhona Chocolate Cake - UP $7.2

Chocolaty, rich, and divine - this Valrhona dark chocolate mousse has a crunchy base of roasted hazelnut feuilletine, topped with smooth chocolate ganache, and served with fresh berries on the side makes it the ultimate not-too-sweet and addictive pleasure.

Drooling already? 
The "how does it work" question start popping inside your head?
You can rest assured! The Emporium Shokuhin Signature Card is available for purchase on eStore (click here). Then simply present it at each of the dining outlets to enjoy the respective signature dishes!

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Flamed Shime Saba (left) and Ise Ebi Chazuke (right)
ALSO, align with the Sakura season - don't miss the chance to taste new sides and mains from TAKUJO'S SAKURA SPRING SEASONAL MENU! We managed to try Flamed Shime Saba, the mackerel sashimi was moist, meaty, and lightly seasoned to bring out the fatty taste and Ise Ebi Chazuke.


Ochazuke is basically a combination of rice and tea. In Japanese, it literally means soaked in tea. Therefore the basic process of eating ochazuke is to pour tea over the rice in a bowl. Here in Takujo, instead of tea, savoury broth, made of dashi, sake, and mirin, is poured from a teapot and into your bowl of live lobster on a bed of Niigara rice. I always have a soft spot for ochazuke, so personally I feel that the combination is not only subtle, flavor-wise but also fun!


Emporium Shokuhin 
Address:
6 Raffles Boulevard #01-18 Marina Square, Singapore 039594 (MRT: Esplanade/City Hall)
Operating Hours:
Takujo Japanese Dining: 11.30am - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm daily
Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill: 11.30am - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm daily
Umi+Vino Seafood Wine Bar: 11.30am - 10pm
Senmi Sushi Bar: 11.30am - 10pm
Burosu Honten Gyoza & Ramen: 11.30am - 10pm
Kohi-Koji Cafe & Bakery: 8.30am - 8.30pm

Click here to purchase the Emporium Shokuhin Signature Card!

-Let's Nomnom dined as guests of Emporium Shokuhin and The Good Folks. All opinions here are our own and independent-

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