Apart from being a city in Hyogo prefecture of Japan, known for its seafood, the word Akashi (あかし) means "bright stone". It is also happens to be a restaurant found in Vivo City that is also worth checking out.
You will be Served a vegetable appetizer called Edamame or steamed soybean (photo on left). However, not to be mistaken as complimentary, you are charged for this as you pay your bill.
They offer mostly set meals, wherein your food of choice gets served with either rice or salad with miso soup and slices of watermelon.
The price may not be that cheap as the budget per person is around 20SGD to 30SGD (600Php to 900Php), but the ambiance and good food make up for it... probably, not on a daily basis though...
Location:1 Harbourfront Walk #B2-07/08/09 VivoCity
Opening Hours:10:30 - 22:00
*all photos taken by raichua on July 26, 2009