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301 Upper Thomson Road
#03-24A Thomson Plaza
Singapore 574408

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Friday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Saturday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Sunday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Monday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

Thursday:
11:45am - 02:15pm
05:45pm - 09:15pm

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To impress your group of friends on a budget, this buzzy joint along Upper Thomson is a surefire win! Picture high stools along a marble bar, neon signs and classy gold accents — setting the right mood for celebrations. There are even private rooms available for more intimate gatherings, though you'll have to call ahead to snag one. The Omote Chirashi Don ($12.80) is one for the books — a satisfying meal of slightly sweet rice served with a hearty mound of well-marinated sashimi. A good option for meat-lovers, the Spicy Yakiniku Don ($15.80) comes with sweet-savoury, tender beef slices and runny egg on warm rice.
Photo by Burppler Sophia Eng

First time here since it moved from its original place & changed from sushiro to omote! Food is still decent, but I must say that I still prefer the humble place they started out with. Although food is good, I would say the portions have shrank & lost a little bit of its quality amidst all the rave!

Still, love the seasoning of the sashimi & their menu now has a much larger variety of dons!!! ☺️ queues can still get pretty long in the evenings. Waited 30min at 8pm on a Thursday night

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Ordered their premium chirashi don stylised as premium chirashi don. Gotta say for the price of $28.80 it was not worth it at all. Rice was really clumpy and dry reminiscent of poor grade of Japanese rice used or poor cooking whichever was the process. There was a lack of fish. Mount omote was mount rice.