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

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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

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

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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. While it changes seasonally, the 7-Course Dinner Tasting Menu (from $188) showcases a variety of cooking styles — think tuna tataki topped with tiger’s milk chilli sauce and charcoal-grilled octopus with chimichurri and pepper or just good ol' dashi-themed tuna dishes.
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

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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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If this is what Nikki Cuisine is about, I want more. It's Japanese food heavily influenced by traditional Peruvian cuisine, resulting in clean Japanese ingredients with strong Peruvian flavours such as lime and chilli. It's Japanese food that packs a lot of punch.
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Come here soon. @shangrilasg is having a collaboration with Osaka Cocina Nikkei, one of Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants in 2018 at NAMI Restaurant & Bar. This week-long pop-up will showcase the growing popularity of Nikkei cuisine that has been captivating gourmands across the globe for its exuberant flavours.
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I'll share more about the food here, meanwhile let me get over how awesome my dinner had been tonight.
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[Tasting]

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[ONE WEEK ONLY] An unforgettable dinner only made possible with a sick collaboration between NAMI and Osaka Cocina Nikkei from Peru.

Since my visit to South America, I’ve been wondering when will I ever get to try Nikkei cuisine again. Nikkei is now synonymous with a fusion between Peruvian ingredients and Japanese cuisine. So when I found out that NAMI was having a Nikkei pop-up, I just had to be there.

“The Nikkei Experience” is a 7-course dinner tasting menu going at $188++. The price may seem a bit steep but trust me, it’s worth it. I’ve never had a dinner that was so experiential and so ridiculously good. My favourites included;
▪️the Inka Nigiri Duo, a tuna tataki topped with a unique but absolutely delicious tiger’s milk chili sauce and a soy & pisco braised pork jowl;
▪️tako anticucho, charcoal grilled octopus with Nikkei chimichurri and limo chili pepper;
▪️nitsuke criollo, a 40-hour, 70-degree braised boneless short ribs doused in “lomo saltado” bbq sauce, kabocha yuzukosho and crispy quinoa; and
▪️suspiro Perú, an amazing textured soursop sorbet with a tantalising lemongrass dulce de leche, a wonderful matcha meringue on a bed of Amazonian chocolate crumbs. This dessert is really of the next level!

All in all, I think this is the dinner to beat for the year 2019. But be fast! This pop-up will only available for dinners till 27 January!

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Here is your chance to indulge in Peruvian-Japanese cuisine without having to catch a flight. And it’s not just any Peruvian-Japanese cuisine but the one served by “Osaka Cocina Nikkei” of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants‘ fame. Yes, they are popping up for a week (21st to 27th January) at NAMI Restaurant and Bar located in Shangri La Hotel.
Judging from what we had at the media preview, the 7-course dinner menu is superb value at $188++.
Portions are generous but the distinctive flavours born of the blended cultures of Japanese immigrants to Peru in the late 1800s, are what stole my heart. Over the centuries, indigenous Peruvian ingredients, some of which have been specially brought in for this event, and Japanese techniques have amalgamated to create a new DNA in taste. And this is what you’ll enjoy at the week-long pop-up.
From start to finish of my meal this afternoon, I was captivated by the vibrancy of the dishes sent out by Group Executive Chef Juan Alfonso Urrutia, Group Executive Itamae Rogger Quispe and Sous Chef J. Preciado Diaz. For me, the boldness and brightness were best represented in the seafood dishes - the a la minute Ceviche of Scallops and White Fish, as well as Osaka Cocina Nikkei’s take on Chirashi where the King Crab Tartare, Shrimps, Avocado and Ikura were arranged on squid ink-flavoured Peruvian mashed potato instead of Japanese rice.
The pre-dessert and dessert were really novel too as they boasted ingredient combinations I have not had before. For eg. the latter had Soursop Sorbet, Matcha Meringue, Lemongrass Dulce de Leche and Amazonian Chocolate Crumbs arranged in a cacao fruit shell. These tasted unusual together but in an oh-so-good way.

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