Kushikatsu Tanaka

Japan's Number 1 Kushikatsu chain with over 160 outlets, Kushikatsu Tanaka, is famous for its fried cutlet skewers and signature dipping sauce. Diners can also enjoy popular Osaka street food and Japanese alcoholic beverages like Jim Beam Highball at this lively kushikatsu izakaya.

Kushikatsu Tanaka Location

Kushikatsu Tanaka Maps
Kushikatsu Tanaka Address 3A River Valley Road #01-01B Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020
Kushikatsu Tanaka Nearest MRT DT20 Fort Canning MRT
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Kushikatsu Tanaka Phone +65 6258 3789
Kushikatsu Tanaka Opening Hours Monday - Thursday : 12:00pm - 02:30pm, 05:00pm - 11:00pm
Friday : 12:00pm - 02:30pm, 05:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday : 12:00pm - 12:00am
Sunday : 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Kushikatsu Tanaka Food Price S$20 - S$40 per pax

What people say about Kushikatsu Tanaka

39 reviews
  • One of my favourites was the Surume Ika Butter Yaki ($8) aka Miso Butter Squid

  • Sliced & pan fried is cooked in miso butter which perfectly coats every single piece

  • I had to try this hotpot esque dish where meat and veggie is piled on a pan and served with boiling stock

  • KKT's version ($19) came with a choice of chicken

  • The fire on the gas stove was turned on and the cheese slowly melted into the nabe

  • Umami sauce studded with onions that my dining partner and I eagerly wrapped the chicken with

  • The chicken was flavorful and well cooked and went well with the sauce

  • Kushikatsu Tanaka is Japan's number 1 Kushikatsu chain

  • They are highly famous for their Fried Crispy Skewers with their signature dipping sauce

  • 🍢🍤🍢🍤 Enjoy Popular Osaka Streetfood and pair it with an extensive range of Japanese Alcoholic Beverages

  • Enjoy their signature golden fried skewers along with a Shikuwasa Lemon Sour or Okinawa Sling Highball 🍋🍺

  • Super love the fried egg skewer where the yolk is still soft & slightly runny 🐣

  • A really great place to just chill & relax with your friends on the weekends or after work 😌

  • It was quite difficult to identify what the meat was because everything was 1 color

  • A definite highlight for me was the unagi kushikatsu

  • I liked how the skewers were served piping hot and and the batter was crispy but not greasy

  • It went well with their special sweet and salty sauce

  • The set came with an oiled takoyaki griddle pan

  • The staff showed us how to flip the takobaby with sticks so the other side could cook

  • After they had cooled down slightly I dressed them with sauce (they paired fantastically with kushikatsu sauce) and popped them in my mouth

  • The outside was slightly crispy before giving way to a soft and silky inside with a crunch from the tako

  • The red ginger was a surprisingly important element as it gave the takoyaki a refreshing tang

  • It is a good place to chill after work with colleagues or friends over some good Kushi and alcohol

  • This one surpasses my expectations the minute I took a bite and I was blown away from how tender the tamago was and how the cheese was nicely incorporated in

  • It felt whole somehow and it was so soft that it breaks easily when you use a pair of chopsticks

  • Definitely coming back for this and really guys this guy is just way too underrated

  • The Japanese are without a doubt the most meticulous people as I managed to glimpse at the behind the scenes of these popular skewers

  • Dining here was such a fun and interactive experience

  • Instructions were given on how to make the takoyaki and we got to try making it on our own

  • The takoyaki batter was really tasty and went very well with cheese added inside it

  • The Chiritori Cheese Nabe ($18) was my favourite thing on this new menu and they have beef

  • The melted mozzarella cheese mixed thoroughly with their special stock and beef was so addictive

  • This crazy gigantic mountain in a pan is what the Japanese call “chirotori” which translates to dustpan because it looks like it’s served in one

  • After the stove is switched on

  • With each offal tasting like fat of a great steak with that melt in the mouth texture

  • These items are priced affordably & tastes amazingly fresh

  • What I love about their kushikatsu is that it’s not oily and are still crispy even after leaving them out for abit

  • Dishes that are deemed homely to all Japanese

  • Their Apple syrup is specially imported from Aomori

Questions & Answers About Kushikatsu Tanaka

    1. Take Downtown Line MRT
    2. Alight at DT20 Fort Canning MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit A - Clarke Quay
    4. Walk about 215 meters from Exit A - Clarke Quay to Kushikatsu Tanaka, walking time is around 4 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Kushikatsu Tanaka are
    • Bef Fort Canning Stn (bus stop no 04331) is 164 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 32, 54, 195, 1N, 2N, 3N, 4N, 5N, 6N, NR1, NR2, NR3, NR5, NR6, NR7, NR8 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Fort Canning Stn Exit B (bus stop no 04339) is 205 meters away around 4 mins walk, bus service no 32, 54, 195 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Opp Clarke Quay (bus stop no 04219) is 229 meters away around 4 mins walk, bus service no 32, 54, 195 will stop in this bus stop.
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