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76 Bras Basah Road
Lobby Floor Carlton Hotel
Singapore 189558

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Surprise your loved one with an authentic Japanese omakase experience at this luxe sushi institution in Carlton Hotel. Available only during lunch are the Setsugetsuka Sushi Course Sets: 9-Piece (from $75), the 12-Piece (from $125) or the 15-Piece (from $180). If available, be sure to try their sweet and juicy Kuruma-Ebi that features fresh and tender Japanese prawns, as well as the Maguro Zuke, which is shoyu-marinated tuna that boasts of creamy minced tuna paired perfectly with chives. Otherwise, there's always Dinner that consists of the seasonal Omakase Wa (from $300) and a premium Omakase Shin (from $450).
Photo by Burppler Acamas Teo Bing Qiang

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I have always had immense respect for sushi chefs due to their dedication and passion in perfecting their culinary expertise. While Shinji definitely doesn’t surpass the standards of sushi served in Japan, it is still undoubtedly one of the best sushi restaurants in Singapore. Would visit the restaurant again for sure !

First time back since they moved from a Raffles to Carlton hotel. Don’t be stingy st Shinjii - go for the Chef’s omakase where you can make specific requests. Of ourse, it’s extremely good, especially the cooked dishes. Somehow, I prefer the sushi at Ashino, and I find the uni rice bowl at Ki-sho more satisfying. But, at this level, differences are minimal and preferences are more a personal matter.

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The 2 Singapore branches of this famous Japanese sushi restaurant are very good and consistently produce some of the best sushi in Singapore. Their sea urchin in particular is probably the best in the country. 😋😋
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#lunchtime #burpple

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Flying Fish with a hint of Shiso and tiny bursts of Tobiko.
9. Tiger Prawn.
10. Negitoro aka Minced Tuna Belly witg Asatsuki Chives.
11. Anago aka Sea Eel.
12. Maguro Maki, Pickled White Radish and custardy Tamago.
13. Meatball Soup.
14. Orange Jelly with Kiwi and Grapes. Topped with Raspberry and Red Wine Sauce.

Great food. Awesome service. Perfect date.

Also experienced a bit of an epiphany eating the Negitoro. Oh. Em. Gee. Never thought myself a Tuna person (I usually go for Salmon) but the creaminess of the minced tuna was incredible, and the inflections of sharp slightly grassy chives helped cut the richness. So. Good!

Thank you @pacamaru1 for once again treating me to a delectable meal. More that that, spending your lunch hour with me made my mid-week mid-day more than perfect! I love youuuuuu!

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Seared Maguro.
2. Hamachi aka Yellowtail.
3. Ika aka Squid with a hint of wasabi and a single drop of freshly squeezed lime juice.
4. Chutoro aka Semi-fatty Tuna.
5. Otoro aka Fatty Tuna.
6. Aji aka Horse Mackerel.
7. Maguro Zuke aka Shoyu-marinated Tuna.

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