Japanese Restaurant Chain in Singapore
‘EN’ emulates a celebration for life, a gathering place and fare, all in perfect harmony.
Extending our hospitality to the world
EN Group, a Japanese restaurant chain aims to spread the food and culture of Okinawa and Japan to Singapore and beyond. From fresh seafood to delicious meat, our group aims to deliver the best cultural experience to our customers by serving premium, authentic Japanese and Okinawan cuisine.
Each prefecture of Japan has developed their foods throughout the years resulting in today’s delicious and healthy Japanese cuisine. Every season in Japan brings different ingredients into the country, allowing its people to enjoy every part of the cuisine from its seafood to its vegetables. Japan is famous for their top quality seafood provided by the ocean which surrounds the country.
EN Group – Japanese Restaurant Chain uses top-quality produce from all over Japan. Many restaurants under EN Group use Miyazaki Beef, which is an award-winning beef in the Wagyu Olympics in Japan for three consecutive years. With direct connections, EN Group is able to sell the Best Wagyu in the World at affordable prices. This wagyu beef has intense marbling, giving the meat its tenderness and flavours. It also contains less cholesterol and higher monounsaturated fats, omega-3 and -6 fatty acids compared to ordinary beef.
Due to historical differences in culture between Okinawa and Japan, the small island of Okinawa is home to a multitude of unique dishes that are not often found in other parts of the world. Okinawan food has been influenced by Japanese, Chinese, and American cuisine whilst maintaining its traditional styles of cooking by utilising ingredients grown and harvested on the island.
Surrounded by the ocean, Okinawa is home to a wide range of indigenous fish that provide health benefits which accounts for the exceptional longevity of its people.
EN Group – Japanese Restaurant Chain imports a variety of fresh produce from all over Japan, including Okinawa. By working very closely with the farmers in Okinawa, the restaurant brands under the group have many dishes which are produce-driven. An example will be the Okinawan eggs which are used in several brands. The chickens are fed with nutritious feed and the eggs are UV-sterilized before the air-freight into Singapore.
Other than eggs from Okinawa, the brands also carry the Shiquasa limes which are aromatic with a scent reminiscent of oranges and are extremely sour and tart with an acidic, slightly sweet taste. The Shiquasa is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B1, and vitamin E. They also contain a compound called nobiletin, which is a citrus flavonoid that may help reduce symptoms associated with lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and atherosclerosis. EN Group uses Shiquasa in the drinks menu.