Peace Japanese Cuisine! The West Hideout for Japanese Food!

In life we all have a purpose and motive to achieve. For Peace Japanese Cuisine owner, the objective was purely a call from God and an act of faith. A place to spread the love of God. It is a cozy restaurant located right in Splendor, not a uptown area but instead an industrial area where you would not imagine to find an affordable and fresh cuisine. Yes we don’t judge but this was like a discovery in my term. You won’t need to be worried about the traffic peak hour jam and we should not be complaining that not much nice food in the west. There is OKKKK! 
Here you will find displays of books for loan both inspiration and books that spread God love.
This was definitely not my 1st dish but I always love Foie Gras ( I do understand the cruelty behind it but…) so here I was getting my girlfriend to show my act of anticipation before I send this piece right into my mouth. There were 2 pieces of fatty duck liver served on a thick slice of cured radish. The price won’t ripped your pockets off ya… I guarantee that! I know you hardly find this in Japanese restaurant but as long it is good food, I am sure it does not matter right? :p

Foie Gras S$26 Nett

Totally instagram friendly right?

Foie Gras S$26 Nett

In actual fact, I started off with this Shishamo Mentai as appetizer. I would rather this gave me a surprising crunch as I was trying to kick start my palate.

Shishamo Mentai S$7.00

Next on my appetizer list was Ikura Chawanmushi. Instead of the usually steamed Chawanmushi which they do serve, I would rather go for this. The explosion of the roe as you savour the steamed egg in your mouth adds the layering taste to the traditional soft steamed partner. Forget about the norm. Try this!

Ikura Chawanmushi S$10 Nett

I had Fugu cuisine like sashimi, this is more towards the sweet and chewy side dish with your sake or moscato. It was marinated with mirin, a condiment used in Japanese cuisine with lower alcohol content compared to sake.

Fugu Mirin Boshi $14 Nett

This was the leather jacket fish which gave a chewy texture similar to what you would get from cuttlefish. If you are someone who enjoys cuttlefish then I would recommend this.

Kawahagi S$10 Nett

Sashimi is always the dish I would use to gauge any Japanese restaurant. The freshness, cut, thickness and display of the sashimi determines how much effort it placed to make a simple cuisine taste right. The cut is right and thickness is generous without being too overpowering. Needless to say the price for such is definitely worth it. The scallop not showed in the photo was fresh and kinda melted as I chewed.

10 Slices of Salmon $12 Nett
Hokkaido Hotate (Scallop), partially covered is S$20.00 Nett

Need more freshness to tantalise your tastebuds? This airflown Itoyori would fit the bill. I finished it off without any tint of guilt.

Air Flown Itoyori Sashimi S$52 Nett

The cooked food upcoming ordered would be more for my kids to try. My gals love salmon so this was a failed proof dish and easily kept them busy when it was brought over.

Salmon Teriyaki 3 pcs $12 Nett

Use hands or fork/knife was totally left to you to devour this 3 months old baby lamb. I found it slightly overcooked but yet because of its tender age, the stench of the usual lamb was not existence which was a good thing.

Baby Lamb 2 pcs S$23 Nett

This was something for the kids. Not my type of an ideal meal but I promised a cheat day for them and well this to me was another fried chicken with no surprise.

Tori Karaage S$6 Nett

This Sirloin Beef Set was ordered by Jayden and the beef given was generous as I got a chance it whipped the balance he could not finish. Mummy do worked hard in not wasting yummy food. Lol…

Sirloin Beef Set S$23 Nett (S$20 Nett on weekend) come with Rice, Miso Soup and Pickles

Sirloin Beef Set S$23 Nett (S$20 Nett on weekend) come with Rice, Miso Soup and Pickles

Thank you Mr Simon Ng for your kind hospitality to pamper me and my #faithangels for a wonderful Sunday lunch. Imagine I did not even read the menu. All I did was, ” Simon, I am leaving my palates in your hands”. End result = Totally worth it!

Like to know where to try what I shared?

Peace Japanese Cuisine
31 Bukit Batok Crescent 

The Splendour
Singapore 658070
Reservations: 6694 0828
Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Alight at Burgundy Hill (B42319) Bus Services: 106, 189, 506, 963, NR 8.
Alight at Opposite Burgundy Hill (B42311) Bus Services: 77, 106, 189, 506, 963, NR 8.

Bukit Batok MRT Station (Red Line)
Take bus number: 106, 77 (About 5 bus stops to bus stop outside WCEGA PlAZA)


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Celestia Faith Chong

A blessed single mom of three kids, Celestia came from a humble background with a roller coaster life journey. Single-handedly, she overcame the challenging hurdles and strived for success.