To add to the array of Japanese cuisine here, Rokukakutei offers kushikatsu, or deep-fried meat skewers coated with breadcrumbs.
Chef Hideyuki Tanaka, eviously from the restaurant’s Ginza outlet, uses seasonal ingredients and pairs the skewers with homemade sauces. While the omakase-only courses can get cloying, a refillable bowl of Japanese vegetables and pickles, and wine pairing options, help to break the monotony. Thankfully, the menu is flexible: Diners can choose to stop or finish all 15 or 20 skewers and be billed accordingly. #01-04 Odeon Towers.
A COURSE FOR CHOCOLATE CONNOISSEURS
When it comes to chocolate, The Dark Gallery is doing more than just easing a craving. Aside from its selection of desserts and sweets, the boutique offers an exploration of single origin chocolates with tasting platters of ice cream or pastries.
Think chocolate mousse with an intense 72 per cent Venezuelan Dark Chocolate that will pique the interest of chocolate purists. Also worth trying is the hot chocolate made with a velvety smooth tempered chocolate blend. #01-K5 Millenia Walk.