Keyaki at Pan Pacific Singapore introduces Weekend Set Brunch

Set foot in a sanctuary of calmness and serenity… Keyaki sits on the fourth level of Pan Pacific Singapore, where a glass door opens to an enchanting Japanese garden.

Surrounded by a beautifully sculpted garden and koi pond, with soothing sounds of water flowing from the mini waterfall feature, this makes the perfect backdrop for an exquisite dining experience.

Renowned for the use of fresh, seasonal imports from Japan, Keyaki offers sashimi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki and more.

They have recently launched a Weekend Set Brunch, served from 11.30am till 2.30pm on Saturdays and Sundays, priced at $60++ per person. The 8-course set brunch includes assorted sashimi, chawanmushi, tempura, cod fish with teriyaki sauce, teppanyaki, California roll, miso soup and dessert.

For an additional $50++, you get to enjoy free flow of alcoholic beverages including selected beers, wines and sake.

Daily Kobachi

The Daily Kobachi (directly translated as “small bowl”) varies, depending on which ingredients are in season.

The kobachi that was served to us comprises octopus and slices of cucumber, tossed in a lightly acidulous vinegar sauce, melding appealingly with a touch of ginger that imparts a subtly pungent note. What a refreshing way to kick-start the meal.

Assorted Sashimi

The usual suspects of sashimi are nevertheless a treat to our hankering for freshly sliced, succulent raw fish.

The setting and ambiance is immaculate; my only dismay was the use of disposal wooden chopsticks, which cheapens the whole vibe. That aside, everything else was satisfactory.

Steamed Egg Custard

Comfort food comes in the form of smooth, delicate steamed egg custard that disintegrates in your mouth without any chewing, glides down the throat, and warms the belly.

Tempura –Prawn, Fish & Vegetables

Also a crowd pleaser is the Tempura –deliciously crisp without being overly greasy.

Cod Fish with Teriyaki Sauce

Most of us at the table came to a united consensus that the Cod Fish with Teriyaki Sauce was a highlight. The fish is grilled to perfect tenderness, breaking apart effortlessly without having to exert much pressure. The simple but fail-proof coating of sweet-savoury teriyaki proves to be highly inviting.

Teppanyaki –Choice of U.S Beef, Pork, Chicken or Seafood with Mixed Vegetables

Passing through a sense of olfactory and chromatic nuances, the tempting sizzle and delightful fragrance exudes from the Teppanyaki station.

Teppanyaki –Pork

While majority at the table ordered beef, I took a brave step and ordered the chicken, which was slightly disappointing, lacking the ideal tenderness.

Teppanyaki –Chicken

Each serving comes with three condiments –garlic sauce, vinegar sauce, and a personal favourite, a combination of salt, pepper, sesame oil, garlic and spring onion.

California Roll

The California Roll is pleasant to taste, though not mind-blowing material.

Miso Soup and Pickles

For the most part, the courses present themselves as straightforward without being ostentatious, keeping things traditional and well executed (many Japanese expats patronise Keyaki for that reason), despite possibly coming across as unimaginative.

Matcha Ice Cream

Our 8-course meal ended on a sweet and simple note, with the all-time favourite Matcha Ice Cream.

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Pan Pacific Singapore
, Marina Square
Singapore 039595

Opening hours:
Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm daily
Dinner: 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily