Best Japanese Omakase Restaurant In Singapore
Omakase means "I will leave it up to you". At Japanese omakase restaurants, the customer leaves it up to the chef to select and serve seasonal ingredients and specialities, leaving room for creative freedom for the chef and an element of surprise for the diner.Read more
Rakuya specialises in classic Japanese cuisine with a fusion twist. Its omakase and bar bites menus are created with an unexpected pairing of ingredients. The result is a delightful and unforgettable meal that brings one’s palate on an adventure across Asia. Love the omakase here? Vote for it now!
Shinji by Kanesaka
Shinji by Kanesaka is an extension of 1 Michelin star Chef Shinji Kanesaka’s Edo-style sushi restaurant first set up in Tokyo’s exclusive Ginza district. The deep-rooted philosophy underpinning this endeavour is simply a passionate desire to share an appreciation for age-old Japanese culinary traditions without compromising its integrity.
Shinzo Japanese Cuisine
Specialising in sushi and omakase dining, Shinzo Japanese Cuisine is fueled by the team's passion to bring affordable high-quality omakase to Singapore. The word Shinzo means heart in Japanese. Having spent more than 39 years honing his skills as a sushi shokunin (sushi artisan), Chef Patrick Tan knows that the best sushi is made from the heart. Did you love the omakase here? Vote for it to let us...
At Shoukouwa, you can have an authentic, world-class fine-dining edomae sushi experience, direct from Ginza in Tokyo. With no more than eight seats right in front of the chef’s preparation table, you can enjoy direct interaction with, and personalised attention from the chefs. Love the omakase here? Give it your vote!
Respecting the heritage and honouring key elements, Sushi Ayumu'sTokyo (edomae) style sushi served “Omakase” or trust the chef uses produce sourced daily from Japanese fishermen and suppliers masterfully treated with traditional techniques to accentuate its natural flavour. If this is your favourite omakase restaurant, give it your vote!
Sushi Kimura, a 22-seater fine-dining sushi-ya, provides guests a private and intimate setting designed to invoke tradition. Guests can expect to enjoy seasonally curated Edomae-style delicacies and fresh premium ingredients from different parts of Japan. If this is your favourite omakase restaurant, vote for it now!
Sushi Koike specialises in Edomae-sushi, a style of sushi using a rich assortment of fresh seafood that originated during the Edo period (1603-1868) in Tokyo. The restaurant uses only the finest seasonal ingredients that have been sourced directly from trusted wholesalers at the Tuskiji Fish Market in Tokyo. Did you enjoy the omakase here? Vote to let us know.