Aoki

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~$125/pax
In 2003, Aoki Restaurant was established as a joint venture between Owner Chef Kunio Aoki and the Les Amis Group. This 36-seater restaurant offers the ultimate fine dining experience in Japanese haute cuisine. Aoki reopened in June 2017 with a brand new look by Japanese interior designer, Yasuhiro Koichi. The pristine interior features panels of Kumiko Zaiku, an intricate traditional Japanese woodwork as well as geometric patterned doors and wall panels, embodying the essence of Zen minimalism. Owner Chef Kunio Aoki presides over the sushi bar and kitchen. His culinary style is traditional, yet with modern undertones that keep his creations refreshingly contemporary. Unstinting in his demands to serve only the best produce sourced directly from Tsukiji Market and other artisanal suppliers from all over Japan, he has garnered a loyal following over the years.

1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre
#01-19
Singapore 228208

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

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Standards definitely has dropped through the years. Price point and location comparison, would still rather go to Tatsya on the other side of Orchard Road.

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Think ultra fresh and juicy pieces of a spectrum of fish and seafood, from maguro to octopus, squid, toro, and even 4 pieces of uni. The raw fish was well complemented by fluffy and sweet tamago, ikura, and Japanese cucumber. The rice was also warm and fluffy. There’s really nothing to fault - already planning my next return visit 😋
📍@aoki_restaurant, #02-17, Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Road
#cafehoppingorchard

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Part of the Les Amis Group, the food is sublime, service impeccable and ambience, luxe without being too pretencious.

I love their barachirashi don. ($42 for a lunch set and $60 for an alacarte dinner) you get an assortment of fish ranging from the common to the premium. The fish is marinated but not overtly so that you can still identify what fish you're having. Gobs of uni and ikura pearls amp up the umami factor while the tamago lends a touch of sweetness. Even the rice is the ideal temperature and acidity.

Reservations are highly recommended especially for lunch as they have two seatings.

Taste: Teriyaki Cod fish. It literally melted in my mouth when I put it in. Boneless too! Very palatable and flavourful! Awesome!

Atmosphere: We were given a private dining corner and ambience was great. Simple decoration with a tint of japanese culture. What blew me away was the toilet. Upon entering the toilet, the cover of the toilet bowl was automatically opened up. Wow! There were many buttons which you could press too. Amazing!

Service: Staff was very attentive and food was served to us in a very timely manner. They would also explain the items we are eating in a very patient tone.

Price: ~$35

Where to find this place: Shaw Centre. Located at level 1 facing the main road.

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Taste: Lunch Bento set. Comprised of sashimi, rice, vegetables and tempura. Every single item on this bento was delicious!

Atmosphere: We were given a private dining corner and ambience was great. Simple decoration with a tint of japanese culture. What blew me away was the toilet. Upon entering the toilet, the cover of the toilet bowl was automatically opened up. Wow! There were many buttons which you could press too. Amazing!

Service: Staff was very attentive and food was served to us in a very timely manner. They would also explain the items we are eating in a very patient tone.

Price: ~$35

Where to find this place: Shaw Centre. Located at level 1 facing the main road.

Set lunch ($35) with assortment of sushi (flounder, Ikura, tuna, mackerel, amberjack, tamago). Sushi is Edomae-style where the warm rice is seasoned with salt and vinegar. Each piece is firm, thick, and long enough to cover the rice. There is a special fridge behind the sushi counter that is customised to keep the fish at the optimum temperature. According to its website, the fish is sourced from Tsukiji market. Nice option in Orchard area

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