An ENTRANZE into A Real Japanese Fusion




We were back again at Entranze for a full lunch, this time we make sure we ordered our food from their menu so that we were able to taste those spoke about dishes.


The first thing I ordered was their Grilled Salmon Fish Head with Teriyaki Sauce. I loved this particular part of the fish especially those, Salmon and Garupa. The Salmon fish head served was awesome, no fishy smell, and yet the texture of the meat was firm and went well to my liking. The grilling was perfectly done and sure able to taste the present of sake and black pepper, so well marinated. While pricking into the fish with the pair of chopstick and dipping it into the terriyaki was such an awesome experience, it just melted in my mouth with the unique taste of the terriyaki.


Next came this dish called Gyu Shoga Yaki (Pan Fried Beef with ginger sauce with japanese onions). The beef was thinly sliced and stir fried. The taste was good, simple and with an influence of Chinese.


We also had pan fried chicken with chef’s special made sauce. It was gorgeous but I got to say I was so into their side salad as it was very awesome delicious.


Yet another well prepared yasai tempura (vegetable tempura). The vegetables were deep fried till crispy and sure had won my heart, we just can’t get enought of it.



Gosh I spotted this . . . yuzu liqueur, it was awesome, low in alcohol but the taste of yuzu was not as strong as I would prefer but still taste fantastic.


These homemade ice creams were a real knocked out, they were such a babe, there were Ms Kurogoma(black sesame), Ms Shirogoma(white sesame), Ms Matcha(greentea) and Ms Wasabi. They tasted soft, creamy, less sweet and something I would love to take home.


Wow! We get the chance to meet up and chit chat with the Chef himself who had prepared our lunch, it was an honour, thank you Chef Tony Wee of Entranze.

This is a place I will be back for more!


  • J2Kfm
    June 23, 2008 - 8:14 pm | Permalink

    the ice cream looks dainty, but yummy. I love tenpura myself, and can’t get enough of those. though I’d think twice about the fish head. :)

  • mimid3vils
    June 23, 2008 - 10:40 pm | Permalink

    How about their pricing?

  • "Joe" who is constantly craving
    June 24, 2008 - 8:37 pm | Permalink

    haha mimi asked b4 prices?

    the food looks kind of all out “fusion” cuisine then?

  • Simon Seow
    June 25, 2008 - 12:32 pm | Permalink

    Where’s Entranze?

  • email2me
    July 7, 2008 - 7:33 pm | Permalink

    You should try their yaki onigiri. (Grilled Onigiri)
    Something special.

    Checkout my entry at

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