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390 Orchard Road
#01-07 Palais Renaissance
Singapore 238871

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:30pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
07:00pm - 10:00pm

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We know chutoro and otoro, but there's also a very rare part of the tuna known as wakaremi. It's found near the fin of the tuna, and available only in very small quantities. Chef Tomo calls it the chateaubrian equivalent for tuna. It's a lean part of the tuna with little fibers, yet it's very soft and very rich.
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Sushi Kimura serves sushi omakase, as well as omakase with other non-sushi dishes. At Kimura, you must go for non-sushi items as well, or better still go for all non-sushi dishes on Monday evenings.
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Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.

Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.

Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.

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Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.

Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrShoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.

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