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Matsuba Kani (Queen Crab), Hotaru Ika (Fire-fly squid), Takenoko (Bamboo Shoot)

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Feature :
Premium Omakase Course (total 11 courses)c dinner will be experience a multisensory and theatrical dine of Chef Shimuta’s refined culinary techniques, immersive Kappo-style Omakase presentation.
My fav will be the Otsukuri course.
The sashimi from Kinmedai , Honmaguro chutoro,the Anago is really fresh.
The Anago is really good. The texture, the smokiness and the freshness well combine into one.
The wagyu also very tender and melt in mouth, the fugu execution is Superb.

💰 480++,

The course changes every 1-2 months, Require 3 working days advanced booking and for Sake pairing at additional 50++ or 100++

📍Kappo Shunsui.

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Presented in Japan-made boxes with a lacquer finish, the food in Kappo Shunsui’s NEW Takeaway menu offers a selection of the season’s best, prepared in different ways to keep your palate excited.
Shown above is the Seasonal Kaiseki Bento ($150) I had recently, the six compartments were filled with the following delectable bites:

1. Sashimi: Chutoro, Kinmedai, Uni, Ikura.
2. Grilled: Silver Cod with Ginger Flower
3. Simmered: Round Eggplant, Abalone and Yam Potato in Crab Meat Sauce.
4. Meat: Melt-in-the-mouth A5 Omi Wagyu Sirloin.
5. Rice Dish: Nodoguro with Japanese Pepper and Red Turnip.
6. Deepfried: Japanese Sweet Corn, Asparagus, Golden Eye Snapper Rolled with Uni.

Accompanying it was a bowl of intense Miso Soup concocted with Japanese Pepper, Steamed Miller Wheat Gluten, Nameko Mushrooms and Mitsuba.

If you are keen to order @kapposhunsui’s premium Japanese delicacies, please call
6732 0195.

Alternatively, you can shop online at:


On Thursday, I had a rather atypical dinner starting with delivery being done by none other than @alanloveshisboys (again, thank you so much for doing that, Alan). He passed me two Bentos from @kapposhunsui - they‘re part of the restaurant’s NEW Takeaway Menu. Breathtaking in presentation, the contents were a feast for the eyes. And the Japan-made boxes that held the food, were simply exquisite with a gorgeous lacquer finish.
There is no doubt much effort had been put into sourcing for the best of the season and every edible thing in the two Bentos was very fresh and of top quality, which is important since prices are on the higher end.
The Tsubaki Early Summer Bento ($130), a two-tiered structure, held these in its upper box: Dashimaki Tamago, Miso-marinated Silver Cod, Egg Miso-marinated Salmon, Roasted Duck, Lettuce Soup with Fresh Tofu Skin and Sesame Tofu, Skewer of Tamagoyaki, Kurama Ebi and Shishito Pepper, Lemon Bowl Ikura, Bamboo Rolled Gluten, Kamo Eggplant with Miso Paste (my fave!!), Grilled Abalone and Asparagus, Autumn Leaves Gluten, Broad Beans and Pickled Japanese Ginger.
The bottom box contained Conger Eel Sushi, Baby Sardine with Japanese Pepper Rice, Bamboo Maki Sushi and Shibazuke Pickles.

Accompanying the Bento was a large serving of an intense Miso Soup concocted with Japanese Pepper, Steamed Miller Wheat Gluten, Nameko Mushrooms and Mitsuba.

To indulge in @kapposhunsui’s premium Japanese delicacies, please call 6732 0195 to order. Alternatively, you can shop online at:


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Murasaki uni is darker in colour and longer in size. It has a grainy texture and a slight unami bitterness. Its like having hairy crab roes.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/06/kappo-shunsui-cuppage-plaza-hidden.html
Kappo Shunsui
Cuppage Plaza
5 Koek Road
Singapore 228796
Tel: +65 67320912
Nearest MRT: Somerset (NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Sat: 6pm - 12midnight
(Closed on Sun & PH)

We started with the Medium Fatty Tuna, Golden Eye Snapper, Akagai, Isakai and Umibudo. What stands out for me is the Akagai for its crunchy texture on top of its natural sweetness.
Read more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/06/kappo-shunsui-cuppage-plaza-hidden.html