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Sens Sushi & Grill

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SENS – defining flavour in Japanese, will whisk you away to Japan with its wide repertoire of contemporary Japanese cuisine including sashimi, sushi and teppanyaki. This unique dining concept in Singapore showcases cuisine from the different regions of Japan and redefines quality dining for all palates.

118 Holland Avenue
#B1-12/13 Raffles Holland V
Singapore 278997

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11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Now that is what I call a glorious grilled fish. This fish was from one of their specials air-flown from Japan, perfectly grilled with just a hint of salt. It was served alongside a squeeze of lemon and grated daikon.

Hamachi or yellowtail is one of my favorite fishes because of its rich, smooth, buttery taste. And the collar and cheek is easily the best part of the fish.

It was tender, moist and juicy. The fish meat slipped down my throat easily and I could taste that it was indeed very fresh, with no muddy taste. Every mouthful dripped with the sweet ambrosia of the fish juices.

Definitely didn't expect such good quality seafood parked in the middle of an underground supermarket, away from the hustle and bustle of Holland Village.


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We used to be a big fan of Sushi Tei in Jakarta but we got disappointed a few times when we went to the ones in Singapore. So we went to find some other good Japanese restaurants in Singapore, one of them is SENS.
We always opt for Salmon Sashimi for starter, and theirs is always fresh (to proof our point, one of us is allergic to seafood that is not fresh but never occur when we eat here). If you want something simple, try their Saba Shoyu Yaki. Simple grilled Saba fish seasoned with soy sauce, it is fresh and light. Pair it with their Niniku Chahan (garlic fried rice)!

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There are two types of french fries eater. One who likes it soggy and one who likes it crispy. This dish is dedicated to all of you who prefer soggy over crispy fries.
Katsu-Ni is basically pork or chicken katsu cutlet served with egg and shoyu stock in a hotpot. As it is drenched in the stock, it won’t be as crispy as the usual katsu cutlet. What’s special is that the stock doesn’t make the katsu too wet or soggy because the batter in not that thin. It is just the right amount of softness, making it a nice comfort food

Chuka Udon (S$16.80++)
Crab 🦀 meat, egg 🥚, prawn 🦐, sliced cucumber 🥒 & champagne ham
Available at @senssingapore in @raffleshollandv
A light refreshing dish to have during the hot weather.
Slightly disappointed that it’s crab stick instead of crab meat as stated on the menu.
Would prefer the cucumber 🥒 to be shredded more finely and served with a richer dressing such as goma dressing instead of pozu dressing.
Sens Sushi & Grill
Address 🏠 : 118 Holland Avenue, # B1-12/13 Raffles Holland V, Singapore 🇸🇬 278 997
Tel ☎️ : 6262 5618
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Thu : 11am - 3pm, 5pm - 10pm
PH, Fri - Sun : 11am - 10pm
Website 🌐 : http://www.sensrestaurant.com
MRT 🚇 : Holland Village (CC21)

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Love the well distributed truffle aroma. Never thought that can cook udon in this way. So creative and delicious. You can try to cook this yourself too.
Sens Sushi & Grill @senssingapore
📍118 Holland Ave, B1-12/13
📍Raffles Holland V Mall
📍Singapore 278997
📞(+65) 6262 5618
🕛Mon - Thurs:
🕛11am to 3pm, 5 pm to 10pm 🕛PH, Sat and Sun: 11am to 10pm
Thanks @cpfood @brandcellar @senssingapore for hosting the event.
Thanks @wishuponatart for extending the invite.

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Sens by W martin is hidden within a supermarket basement in the raffles medical building at holland village. Enjoyed the wide variety of sashimi available. Natural sweetness and freshness in each slice. Handrolls and makis are good too.