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Yoko’s Restaurant & Bar Article Rating

Posted by howeh on January 21, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

Yoko’s offers its patrons a whole new dining concept, untypical of most Japanese diners in town, by its refreshing, laid back and at the same time seductive ambience. A place to truly enjoy fine Japanese fusion food in a relaxed and informal setting.

Located in a beautifully restored 1940’s link house at the base of Bukit Ceylon, Yoko’s exudes a charm & vitality that it is uniquely its own. Walk in and you will be mesmerized by its simple yet alluring interior. You can choose to lounge on a sofa, or it sit at its long bar, very formally at a table or even laze outdoors on its patio. Simply a place to relax and be yourself, to entertain friends or business associates, or spend time with a loved one.


But Yoko’s is not just about ambience. It’s about enjoying masterly prepared Japanese styled food which is both gratifying to the palette and expressively pleasing to the eye. A little magical, a little mystical but always gastronomically fulfilling.

And it’s also about people who enjoy treating their guest to a wonderful time, with service that is sincerely warm, friendly and complete.

You‘ll find dining at Yoko’s an amazing experience. Everything that is served here has been masterly crafted to appeal not only to your palette but also to your visual pleasure. You will be totally in awe at what comes out of our kitchen. Everything a work of art by our Master Chef.


The cuisine is predominantly Japanese with a flourish of fusion accents. Great for those who are beginners at raw fish, try Tuna Carpaccio as the marinade and dressing takes away the raw edge of the fish. Try any of the selection of sushi, sashimi, and tempura to some amazing new creations. From the bar counter, expect a variety of Japanese beer, Shojyu and Chinese beer, besides the usual bar service.

The bar is an interesting and functional decor piece with a rough stone top. A live Japanese jazz band entertains on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:30pm, with different groups scheduled every weekend. The sounds are eclectic with a range from languid lingerings to rousing rhythms.

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