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8 Top Omakase Restaurants To Try In Singapore

Singaporeans are huge fans of Japanese cuisine and this includes Omakase. Omakase means "Leave it up to you", and the chef will decide what goes into their tummy for that meal.

The chef will usually decide on the dishes depending on the catch of the season and the ingredients available on that day. Omakase is usually available at a premium price but are they worth it? Team Weekender has sourced and tried out a few places that we highly recommend!

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8. Kissajin

Kissajin embraces a endeavoring ‘genki’ or spirit this is reflected in the menu brimming with familiar flavors.  Headed by Chef Ryo Yamaguchi alongside Executive Chef Makoto Saito, Kissajin proffers an experiential menu comprising a series of beautifully-presented courses. There is one specially-curated omakase menu each for lunch and dinner (S$68++ for seven-course lunch and $98++ for an eight-course dinner) and the menu is refreshed quarterly to highlight prime seasonal produce.

The menu is made up of five vibrant petite Appetisers that pique the palate and are recommended to be savored from the lightest to heaviest in flavor. Tuck into a delicate seaweed Konjac brushed with a tangy miso mustard sauce, Tazuna Sushi of finely-pounded vinegared tamago roll crowned with seasonal fish, a tender and briny Smoked Scallop full of umami, followed by a crisp nugget of charcoal-battered Karage, and an exquisite persimmon-shaped and red bean-filled Mochi – a surprisingly sweet note.

Kissajin is located at 1 Scotts Rd, #01-11 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208.

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