22 Orange Grove Road
Level 24 Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Singapore 258350

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Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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How to describe heaven in my mouth? This piece of wagyu beef was so beautifully marbled and fatty. The puddle of beef juice leaking from those four tiny rectangles was a clear indication of how juicy that meat was. And so tender, not the melt in your mouth type but with just enough springy bite so that I could appreciate its wondrous texture and feel the juices erupting onto my tongue.

The meat was simply topped with some bonito flakes, okra and pickled cucumber. It was accompanied by some Japanese shortgrain rice which tasted pretty normal, pickles and miso soup. It was a filling end to the lunch omakase and I felt really satiated at the end of the meal.

Simple flavors, but all marrying together to produce such a refreshingly umami dish. Served in a bubbling hotplate, there were crunchy sprouts in a clear broth with egg swirled into it as well as chunks of scallop and fresh snow crab meat.

The broth itself was the element that surprised me the most. It was surprisingly rich and packed with umami flavors which I couldn't quite distinguish but delivered such a bomb onto my palate. The seafood added a tinge of sweetness while the egg made it reminiscent of the ultimate comfort food; a zhnged-up version of egg drop soup.

The mini lunch course ($120) was served omakase style, with no indication of what was going to be served on the menu.

It started off with this extremely delicate-looking platter. A tiny cup of spinach topped with bonito. Deep fried white fish with a tart, vinegary sauce. The most adorable squat tiny salmon nigiri. And finally what I like to call miso soup in solid form: dashi jelly, homemade tofu topped with tobiko. This one was my favorite; the tofu had such a delicate, unique flavor and just-firm texture.

Ah, such a nice way to whet the appetite and set the tone for the rest of the meal. Also the view of the skyline from the top floor of the Shangri-La is so beautiful, I couldn't stop staring with mouth agape. Thank you to my lovely dining partner for bringing me here! :) <3

A great dish for a special date and or occasion, their Wagyu Beef bowl ($75) comes with Japanese saga A4 wagyu sirloin, sea urchin from Toyosu market, Kyoto mushrooms, French truffles and Hokkaido ikura. Topped with an egg, this was fantastic. There was no underlying fishinesses and the beef was tender with great mouth feel. A great example of Japanese culinary luxury.

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Perched on the 24th floor of Shangri-La Hotel is a Japanese restaurant where you can expect innovative omakase menus paired with a killer view. For lunch, try their Lunch Mini Course (from $120), which includes an appetiser, soup, a platter of assorted sashimi, a main (choice of meat or fish) and dessert. For dinner, go for their rendition of a gyudonβ€” Japanese Saga Wagyu Beef Sirloin A4, Sea Urchin, Rice, and Seasonal Truffle ($75). Photo by Burppler Casey Tan

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Nami's lunch course is actually like an omakase, with several courses served dish by dish. It includes an appetizer, soup, assorted sashimi (pictured), a main dish that is either a meat and fish (mine was very juicy wagyu!), miso soup, rice and pickles, and dessert.
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This is lunch with an awesome view during the day, as Nami is perched on the top floor of Shangri-la Hotel. The night skyline here was lovely as well for an intimate evening.
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Thanks Simin for this lovely lunch!

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