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I always get asked where to go good and affordable omakase. Surely, not many can do the fine dining Japanese omakase often, yet the cheap omakase are usually below average Japanese food.
One place that I'll always recommend is this Japanese restaurant along Tanjong Pagar helmed by chef Kenji Okumura, who's trained in the art of Kaiseki by master chefs in Japan. His menu pays homage to the artistic tradition with sophisticated nuances of fine Japanese multi-course meal, while presenting them in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere.
Omakase dinner starts at $150. While the modest, kappou-style cuisine is offered in three fixed menus for dinner ranging from $60 to $120, the Omakase set lunch treat starts from a digestible S$50.

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