Akari Japanese Dining Bar’s New Menu

Located at Marina Boulevard, Akari Japanese Dining & Bar is a popular hangout for business executives who are looking for a cozy hangout to unwind after a long day at work. Apart from a large array of Japanese sakes, shochus, whiskies and cocktails, Akari’s appeal also lies in its extensive food menu. With a variety of more than 70 food items, customers can be assured that they will find something to their liking.

Akari Japanese Dining Bar at Marina Boulevard

Akari Japanese Dining Bar - Alfresco (Daytime) - Review by Gourmet Adventures

For those who are health conscious, consider ordering up the kurobuta seiro mushi ($28), a steamed pork dish served with an array of vegetables. Cooked in seiro (Japanese wooden steam baskets), its fragrance is evident, melting in the mouth beautifully. This is best paired with a bowl of steamed rice for a simple, yet satisfying meal.

Kurobuta seiro mushi at Akari Japanese Dining Bar

Akari Japanese Dining Bar - Kurobuta Seiro Mushi - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Beef-lovers, Akari also serves a beef-variation of the seiro mushi. Cooked with Japanese Wagyu beef and minimal seasoning, the Wagyu seiro mushi ($48) will satisfy all beef purists with its natural sweetness and fresh tenderness.

Wagyu seiro mushi at Akari Japanese Dining Bar

Akari Japanese Dining Bar - Wagyu Seiro Mushi - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Much appreciated is the yamatoebi iridashi ($28) – an entire pan-fried rock lobster enlivened with superior Japanese stock. Crisp on the outside; tender on the inside, the yamatoebi iridashi is a must-try at Akari.

Yamatoebi iridashi at Akari Japanese Dining Bar

Akari Japanese Dining Bar - Yamatoebi Iridashi - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Akari Japanese Dining Bar, 8A Marina Blvd. #01-02, 6634-0100. Open daily noon-2:30pm; 5pm-10pm.

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