Ginza Onodera – Tempura @ Ginza, Tokyo

Tempura is a classical Portuguese dish brought to and popularised by Japan, consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried. That was something I didn’t know previously.

Anyway, we decided to try Tempura Ginza Onodera in Tokyo, in order to understand the difference between normal tempura and the fancy ones. It was also a celebration dinner for my brother-in-law who got a job (1 year ahead of his graduation). It is common practice in Japan, to get a job before graduation. To me, it’s crazy and I heard it is really tough in Japan.

So a celebration is a must!

Just a little information on Onodera. It is a restaurant group with many outlets around the world. They specialised in sushi, teppanyanki and tempura. They have an outlet in Hong Kong and I will visit in future.

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My first ever fancy tempura (¥ 20, 000 / SGD 250) for dinner

Main entrance

Only 11 seats available

Fresh ingredients

Japanese table settings are always so delightful

Get to see Executive Chef Hiromichi Ishii in action

Nice presentation

We asked for permission before taking pictures of the food.

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Address: 8-5-10 Kinsei Bld 6F, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:30 – 15:00 ( Last order 14:00), 18:00 – 23:00 ( Last order 21:30) (Monday – Sunday)
Number of seats: Counter 11 seats

Check out their website (English available).

https://onodera-group.com/en/tempura/

I would suggest to make a reservation. You can make it online.

Best tempura I have ever tried.

Till then…

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