Fukusen Japanese Restaurant

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~$35/pax
Fukusen, a Japanese dining establishment, can be found in the boutique chain Hotel Clover. Guests of the hotel and external diners have the opportunity to enjoy the Japanese cuisine that Fukusen offers, with a touch that is reminiscent of the Land of the Rising Sun. Fukusen, due to its respect for Japanese seasonality, stays true to the high standards of both the quality and freshness of the produce they use. They do so by offering patrons a palatable Omakase dining experience, with seafood and produce flown in thrice a week from suppliers in Japan.

33 Jalan Sultan
#01-02
Singapore 198965

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Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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I'm a regular here for their uni don and hotate don, and would also try one off-menu dish created by Chef Momo. This is otoro slightly aburied to release some of the fats, drizzled with a bright citrus oil and topped with ikura.

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Five and seven courses at $100++ and $150++ also available). How about a flying fish, literally with wings, for dinner?
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I was very happy with the omakase I had here, and I've been a regular here for their hotate don and uni don. The actual items in the omakase would vary, but the 8 course omakase comes with:
1. Starter
2. Sashimi (pictured)
3. Soup
4. Grilled dish
5. Teppanyaki (usually lobster)
6. Wagyu (usually A5)
7. Rice dish (donburi and/or sushi)
8. Dessert

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Hidden within Hotel Clover is a restaurant that imports seafood and produce straight from Japan thrice a week to ensure that each dish is the best of what the season can offer. Choose from three different menus: 5-course (from $80), 7-course (from $100) and 8-course (from $150) that includes the beautifully-plated Fukusen Appetizer Platter that stars an uber fresh mini crab. If it's in season, keep an eye out for their Anago Tempura Don with succulent saltwater eel and the tender Slow Cooked Beef Cheek with Aka Miso!
Photo by Burppler Justin Teo

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Always enjoy the scallops+foie gras+cured egg+ikura is my fav and must order. The uni Don is also amazing. Have been here for more than 8 times and the standard has been constant and great. Will always return for it! Never disappoints before.

Negitoro and uni falls under that category. The creaminess of the uni paired super well with the lightness of the tuna, stir in the sunset coloured marinated egg into the rice and you get next level comfort food.

Costing $45.80, its not the cheapest bowl around but you really get for what you pay for, (and then some). Make sure to make reservations as it can get quite crowded during dinner.

Japanese styled lo hei is always a delight to have around this time of the year. After years of having the Chinese styled this is really very refreshing. There’re definitely more raw fish (a boon) and not too oily in the mixture. This plate cost about $38 which is definitely more worth the value and it’s yummy good too. The sauce used was sesame flavour that puts a punch in the overall taste. 👍👍👍

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