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29 Scotts Road
Singapore 228224

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm

Saturday:
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

As though art directed purely for aesthetic reasons, the “Omega Bakudan Don” ($130) from @kishosg is an undeniably pretty palette of #PantoneColors. Yet, it is on the palate where it casually flexes its prowess as a masterpiece.
@Chef_Kazu_Hamamoto first lays a base with duo of rice before going over it with thick “colour blocks” of different seafood that manages to evoke a gradient effect since it begins with the pale pink, fat-laced Wild-caught Blue Fin Otoro and segues into the light, creamy ochre of Hokkaido Bafun Uni before deepening to a luminous orange, that of housemade Shoyu Ikura and Chef’s own marinated organic egg yolk. The final two are almost a perfect match in vividness.
Should you desire to partake in this precise artform where the ocean’s raw talent is presented by Chef Kazu in a deconstructed yet graphic style, look no further. Tap on @kishosg’s link in bio now on Instagram.

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Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.

Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.

Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.

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Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.

1 Like

Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.

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