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Mizuki

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~$180/pax
Mizuki is a repose of good taste, subtle elegant lines and Japanese cuisine of the highest order.

391 Orchard Road
#05-32 Ngee Ann City
Singapore 238872

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Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
Closed

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

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

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

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

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

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Hamachi is my favorite type of sashimi so I was so happy to get such a huge slice of sashimi which allowed me to appreciate the full extent of its firm texture. Hamachi is another type of amberjack (the Japanese amberjack). It has a characteristically succulent, rich and buttery taste. And this one was so fatty and had that glorious melt in your mouth texture. Just perfect and simply prepared with the perfect dash of soy sauce.

This is the lean cut of the tuna. It was quickly cured in soy sauce before being pressed onto the bed of rice. I find the color of this sashimi so attractive, a brilliant, luminous, wine-red color. I love the way this sushi was prepared. The time the fish spends marinating in the soy sauce highlights and elevates the natural umami of the tuna. It had a fantastic firm, meaty bite that paired well with the soft grains of perfectly seasoned rice.

Another highlight for me was the amberjack. Notice how the fish is deftly sliced into three thin slices, which according to the chef makes it taste better. And indeed it did. Such a gorgeous melt-in-your-mouth texture. Amberjack is a type of yellowtail, which happens to be one of my favorite types of sashimi because of its absolutely rich, buttery taste and aroma.

The first sushi of their sushi omakase ($180) was golden eye snapper which is famed for its sweet, delicate flavor. This sushi was perfectly aburi-ed over charcoal, and had just the lightest hand of soy sauce. It was so delicious; not too fatty, and the faint smoky flavor was just sufficient enough to release the natural flavors of the fish.

The chef was nice enough to give me less sushi rice with my sushi since we were worried about being too bloated. I was delighted; my satiety levels were just perfect after the entire omakase.

This is one of the best tempura restaurants in Singapore, although I've yet to try Tenshin at Regent Singapore, which is said to be the best.
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You don't see me eating tendon very often, if at all for the past year. I've tried both Tendon Ginza Itsuki and Tendon Kohaku a few times, but I'm not a big fan of how oily and salty they can get.
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The tempura that I like would have have light, thin, airy batter that's crispy but not oily. I prefer no sauce drenched over them, but instead like it to be served with some salt on the side. Mizuki serves this type of tempura which I like.
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Between the $80 lunch set and $100 lunch set, go for the $100. Because for $20 more, not only do you get 11 pieces of tempura instead of 9, you'll get slightly better ingredients for the first 9 pieces too. Besides a seasonal appetizer, salad, 7 seafood and 4 vegetables tempura, you'll also be served a yummy kakiage with rice and miso soup, and a dessert.
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Chef Angus explained he was using a different cut on the hotate to change the 口感 / textures and tastes on the tongue. It worked for me. Their $80 lunch sushi set (including 10 pieces of nigiri sushi) is excellent value. Not to mention the very lovely decor (which apparently cos a tidy sum) and differs from the sparse and clean lines found in the more traditional sushiyas in town. If you have a celebratory occasion, let them know in advance, and they might prep something for you!

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