Posted by: hyacinthus | October 16, 2007

Hill Top or Sanga Japanese Restaurant?

My dad used to work in Jurong and he strongly recommended us to try teppanyaki at a Japanese restaurant near Jurong Bird Park.

Nope. We weren’t there recently. These were taken in June 2005. I can’t be possibly eating so much food in a day.

To get to the restaurant, you need to drive up to Jurong Hill top from Bird Park Dr.

Here’s a map from SLA. The restaurant is where the red heart is.

 

At the carpark, you’ll noticed many black marble tablets in front of some tall trees. Let’s see one of them.

How tall is the tree (in 2005) after 34 years? It took 30 over years to grow this tall from a small tree.

There were others by Japanese Crown Prince Akihito and Princess Michiko of Japan then in 1970 and Queen Elizabeth II in 1972 etc. Go see for yourself at the Garden of Fame if you are really interested 😉

The view of the industrial area at the hill top.

Anyway, I didn’t spend much time at the park cos we were there for lunch anyway.

Outside the restaurant

Entrance to the restaurant 

In the restaurant on a Sunday. Guess shipyards do pay their workers well… can afford Teppanyaki lunch.

What do they have on the menu?

Think we ordered Teppanyaki sets. Can’t remember the details as well as the cost.

See the chef cooks

 

Fried Garlic Prawns

Fried Salmon

Teriyaki Chicken

Fried Garlic Beef

Fried bean sprouts and bell peppers

Garlic Fried Rice – Mixed with stuff from the big prawns’ head and mushroom.

Mangoes!

Mango Jelly – Yummy!

I remembered the lunch was yummy! But, it’s rather inaccessible and we had no business in Jurong. Thus, we never went back since then (My brother did with his colleagues). 

Interested to go all the way to Jurong Hill to try? 😀

Hill Top Japanese Restaurant

2 Jurong Hill #B1-02
JURONG BIRD PARK
Singapore 628925

Tel : 6266-3522
Fax : 6268-8886

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