Celebrate this festive seasons at RIZU | French fused Japanese cuisine in Duxton Hill that is worthy of Michelin Stars



RIZU is located in the heart of Duxton Hill, within CBD Tanjong Pagar area. They have recently made some changes to the menu and they are now serving  French-inspired Japanese cuisine.

The kitchen is helmed by head chef Hiroshi Watanabe from Hokkaido, who has a strong passion for French fused Japanese cuisine. He has worked in Japan and the US including restaurant Kobayashi (Tokyo) and Yoshida restaurant (California), after which he decided to own and operate his restaurant Le Berkley in Shirogane, Tokyo.

His passion for food led him to experience farm life in Hokkaido and this brought him great personal enjoyment allowing him to research into biological farming. He is great at serving dishes made from fresh ingredients, many are imported from Japan Hokkaido.

When we visited the place, we ordered the wine/sake pairing option, and each of them paired perfectly with the dishes. The chef is also a certified sommelier of the Japan Sommelier Association.


Chill out to relaxing jazz in an intimate indoor and al-fresco setting that seats just 30 guests inside and 16 guests outside – perfect for all occasions, small or large.


Currently, RIZU is offering the Chef’s Omakase 5 Course, Chef’s Omakase 7 Course, Chef’s Premium Omakase and the newly created Plant-Based 7 Course Omakase.




We ordered the 7 Course Omakase menu





















Each dish is executed perfectly, even when the restaurant was quite busy on a Monday evening. We recommend the pairing of wine/sake with the menu because pairing food dishes with wine will enhance the dining experience.

For the Festive season, Chef has prepared a special festive menu on top of the current Omakase menu, please feel free to enquire and make a reservation in advance.

The festive menu and reservation can be found here:




Tel +65 69048880

39 Duxton Hill




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