Eat at Seven – Enbu
3 Temasek Boulevard
#03-307 Suntec City Mall
Opening Hours: 11am to 11pm
Eat At Seven is a brand new concept restaurant located at level three of Suntec City’s newest Sky Garden. Galvanising seven of the most popular food concepts in Japan, ENBU is the first of the seven to official open its doors in Singapore.
ENBU offers a unique grilling experience with straw and charcoal grill and is Singapore’s first ever Warayaki and Charcoal Grill Izakaya. You can also enjoy Coedo’s craft beers in Singapore for the first time. I love ENBU unique cooking styles and is in love with the food presentation.
Edit: Three other Eat at Seven food specialist concepts; Megumi, NikuNoHi and Nigiro Café are now open too and you can check out the delicious yet affordable dishes on my upcoming blog post.
The presentation is pretty and the combination of the cheese tofu with the salty smoked salmon is a pretty good match. This Smoked Salmon with Homemade Cheese S$12 makes a good opening for the meal.
The Taco Salad S$15 is a pretty fun dish for the waiter shook out the ingredients from a jar; avocados, corn, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, eggs and toss them together onto a wanton skin base drizzled with Bolognese-like sauce. Surprisingly appetizing and got us wanting more.
Chicken Warayaki with Special Spring Onion Sauce $12 looks a little like our local delicacy, satay, and is roasted with straw and has a smoky taste yet retaining the juicy meaty chicken flavour. Me like! Best to eat it while it’s hot and if you prefer the “Korean” way, you can wrapped it with cucumber slices and drip into the spring onion sauce.
I am in love with their food presentation and with effortless styling, you get such pretty photo! Homemade Steamed Tofu S$12 at the extreme left bottom of this picture tasted like any normal tofu on its own. The ponzu sauce gives the plain tofu more flavour otherwise it’s pretty ordinary.
We were going wooooah upon seeing this plate of delicious red meat arriving at our table. The presentation is as delicious as it looked! The Roasted Tenderloin Warayaki S$22 was slow roasted for 4-5 hours thus every slice is chewy, tender and juicy! It has to be my favourite of the night!
Another favourite of the night has to be Oyster and Spinach Teppanyaki with Uni Sauce S$15. Fresh juicy oysters paired with surprisingly sweet uni sauce makes a perfect pair!
Deep Fried Tofu with Uni Sauce S$12 which is also another favourite of mine for the Uni sauce is savoury and richer unlike the Oyster and Spinach Teppanyaki with Uni Sauce. It is pretty salty too and goes very well with the crispy battered tofu!
Amaebi Yukke S$14 is a sweet prawn with Homemade Sesame flavour sauce dish and it has a unique presentation with a raw quail egg on top. When mixed together, the taste is smooth and I kinda like the raw taste.
Fried with egg and Takana aka pickled mustard greens, this Takana Fried Rice S$15 is delicious and addictive when eaten with the generous white bait toppings.
I can easily finish this Mochi Ice Cream S$8 all by myself for the vanilla ice cream mocha is drizzled with gula melaka! Mad love!