I am always excited to try Omakase and this time I am checking out Nami Restaurant & Bar at Shangri-La Hotel. The Japanese restaurant is located on Level 24 with glass windows showcasing the beautiful view of the city. The restaurant has a contemporary interior looks with cosy ambience. Continue reading [SG EATS] Nami –Japanese Restaurant & Bar Shangri-La Hotel
Housed at the corner of the bustling Odeon towers is Osaka One-Michelin-starred Japanese Restaurant Ginza Rokukakutei. The restaurant is within a walking distance from City Hall MRT station.
“Rokukaku” means six senses- the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, and the sense of creating. Tei means torch, a word chosen by Chef Hideyuki Tanaka’s master in hopes that many people will gather around and be drawn to this torch. A well-known name amongst Japanese gourmands since 1980 and this is the restaurant’s very first overseas foray. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ginza Rokukakutei (六覺燈) At Odeon Towers
Kyuu by Shunsui, Japanese restaurant that took over Five Nines space this month (October) open only for dinner. I was invited for the dinner session last week along with other foodies. This Japanese restaurant offers not only Japanese sashimi but also robatayaki but in omakase style. Ala-carte is available after 9pm until the last order at midnight. Continue reading [SG EATS] Kyuu by Shunsui – Omakase Experience At Keong Saik Road
I was delighted when I got the chance to enjoy Omakase experience at Hashida Japanese Restaurant. Hashida Japanese Restaurant located at Mandarin Gallery is helmed by chef-owner, Kenjiro “Hatch” Hashida. It was a treat from MyFatpocket boss! We made a lunch appointment in advance. Continue reading [SG EATS] Hashida Japanese Restaurant – Omakase Lunch Experience
So when E asked me where to have dinner for the weekend, I proposed Kappou. He was hesitated when I proposed but eventually decided to give it a try. This is because most of the Japanese restaurants are usually by males. Lucky me! I managed to make a reservation a day before the dinner at 6pm. Kappou Sushi Tapas Bar is a 12-seater restaurant located at the second level of Fortune Centre. Helmed by Chef Aeron, the restaurant offers omakase in 3 pricing – S$68.00+ , S$98.00+ & S$128.00+. We decided on the S$68.00+ omakase that night. Continue reading [SG EATS] Kappou Japanese Sushi Tapas Bar- Be Amazed By The Lady Chef Aeron
Yeah! You are right S$18.00 nett omakase from Ryo Sushi located at Tanjong Pagar. The restaurant has recently opened at Orchid Hotel and stating 24 hours operation. I was told that they will be operating 24 hours after they got enough manpower. So, what attracts me here is their opening special omakase 10-course meal at S$18.00 nett. Probably the cheapest omakase I ever had. Continue reading [SG EATS] RYO SUSHI 24 HOUR DINER- WHAT? S$18.00 NETT OMAKASE OPENING SPECIAL
It was Eric’s post birthday celebration and he decided to have Sushi Jin for his birthday treat. Sushi Jin is located within a walking distance from Farrer Park MRT station and this casual Japanese dining restaurant is part of Les Amis Group that has quite a number of restaurants in Singapore. Continue reading [SG EATS] SUSHI JIN – THE JAPANESE RESTAURANT @ ONE FARRER HOTEL BY LES AMIS GROUP