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Best Sushi Restaurants in Robertson Quay


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A photo of Hinata restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Robertson Quay
Hinata Singapore specialises in traditional Japanese cuisine made with ingredients that have been sourced from the likes of Tsukiji fish market and Joshu. Chic and elegant, this River Valley Japanese restaurant is brimming with all manner of delicious dishes and you can expect to find fresh sashimi, sushi, shabu shabu, bento and don, with plenty more besides. Or, perhaps select the omakase menu and let the team of talented chefs created a specific menu you’re certain to love? Either way, it’s all delicious. Located along Unity Street, you’ll find Hinata a stone’s throw from Singapore’s Robertson Walk and Fort Canning Park, making it the perfect choice for a delicious Japanese feast for lunch or dinner. Be sure to book though, it tends to fill up very quickly indeed.
A photo of Manpei @ Robertson Quay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Institution Hill
Manpei @ Robertson Quay in Singapore proudly serves up everyone’s favourite Japanese treats, from fresh sashimi and salads to grilled meats and deep-fried delights. Dishes to get excited about include scallops tempura, succulent chicken wings and the kitchen’s handcrafted spicy tuna sushi rolls. If you really want to make it a meal to remember, you can even indulge in some black sesame ice cream or a refreshing miso soup. Conveniently located on Mohamed Sultan Road, Manpei is an ideal spot for a quick lunchtime bite with colleagues or a well-earned weekend feast with friends. Booking ahead is a must when planning to dine at this sleek Japanese restaurant!
A photo of KAN Sushi (Tanjong Pagar) restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Tanjong Pagar
If anyone can narrow the focus of Tanjong Pagar’s eclectic culinary focus down to something specific, KAN Sushi can. Well, as long as it’s some of the best Japanese sushi in Singapore, then KAN Sushi’s International Plaza location along Anson Road, moments from the station, then it’s this hidden gem of restaurant you need to be paying a visit. Locals with the ability to stroll down to KAN Sushi’s rather convenient location love the lunch menu for a quick fix of Far Eastern eats, while the dinner service excels with an abundance of fresh seafood best enjoyed alongside the fine imported beer or, even better, the selection of premium sake on offer. Don’t forget to enquire about KAN Sushi’s specials next time you book a table.
A photo of Sushi Jiro - Parkroyal @ Marina Bay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Kembangan
Sushi Jiro at Park Royal - Marina Bay offers a Japanese fine dining experience in Singapore of both artistic and gourmet quality. Founded over two decades ago by Nakano Jiro-San, this Marina Bay restaurant has long impressed diners with sushi that respects traditional preparation methods. A meal here will be one to remember, with handpicked fresh seafood flown from Japan four times a week. It’s now led by Kenji Nakagawa, a talented chef who pays great attention to detail and specialises in edomae sushi. We recommend opting for the omakase menu, allowing the chefs to select which dishes are best served on the day based on their expertise. À la carte is also available, however, and Singaporeans can order sushi, sashimi, tempura, grilled specialities and more to their preference. With a sophisticated dining room and professional service, Sushi Jiro - Parkroyal @ Marina Bay is a must visit.
A photo of Sushi Murasaki x Kurama Robatayaki restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Kembangan
Sushi Murasaki x Kurama Robatayaki provides a memorable dining experience, boasting an exquisite Japanese cuisine. The head chef deserves special mention, offering not only delicious food that delights every palate, but also engaging diners with perfectly pitched conversation. Indeed, as conveyed in one of the reviews, a night spent at Sushi Murasaki x Kurama Robatayaki is more than a dining experience, it is a delightful evening filled with an unforgettable culinary journey through the impeccable Japanese cuisine. With such top-notch kitchen skills, the restaurant surely honours the authentic flavors of Japan.
A photo of Mitsu Sushi Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Chinatown
Mitsu Sushi Bar Singapore is without a doubt, the place to head for high quality, fresh and delicious Japanese cuisine. Specialising in a wide range of dishes, this Duxton space boasts a healthy assortment of sushi, sashimi, donburi and yakimono, so you can rest assured no matter what you’re craving, you’ll be more than catered for here. The team go above and beyond to make your dining experience one to remember, and set within an opulent dining space you’re sure to be returning time, and time again.
A photo of Keyaki Japanese Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Kembangan
Keyaki Japanese Restaurant in Singapore offers a profound taste of authentic Japanese cuisine. The quality of the food exceptionally stands out, earning the favor of the restaurant's frequent visitors. Despite the high-end pricing, loyal patrons appreciate the value, acknowledging it to be commensurate with the excellence of the Japanese culinary experience offered. While some have raised concerns about the service speed, the delicious and quality food continues to bring customers back. This establishes Keyaki as a notable dining spot for Japanese cuisine aficionados in Singapore, proving that good food transcends all barriers.
A photo of Hana Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Boulevard
Without question, Hana Restaurant is one of Singapore’s most creative and unique Japanese restaurants. Located in Orchard at Forum The Shopping Mall, this stylish restaurant channels Heston Blumenthal by creating truly spectacular dishes. You can expect options like the avocado ice cream that comes in the shape of an avocado half; matcha curry topped with a chicken donut and the signature Hana pop noodles with your choice of chilli crab or lobster tom yum. You’ll also find classic Japanese dishes here, such as grilled unagi; salmon onigiri and seafood fried rice – all of which are packed with flavour. With so much more on the menu here, you’ll just have to try it to believe it. Situated on Orchard Road, reservations at Hana Restaurant Singapore are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Katachi restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Somerset
An absolute haven for lovers of authentic Japanese sushi, Katachi is a restaurant in downtown Singapore with an irresistible charm. Headed by chef Keiji Matoba, this sophisticated Stamford Road spot uses fresh ingredients sourced directly from Japan to create sushi and sashimi that is out of this world. Presented to perfection, plates that regularly fly off the pass at Katachi include the scallop nigiri, the aburi salmon maki and the pork tonkatsu from the a la carte menu. Add in to the mix the venue’s minimalist decor and relaxed atmosphere and you’ll soon see why Katachi is turning heads for all the right reasons. Located in Capitol Piazza just a stone’s throw away from City Hall MRT station, Katachi is a must if sensational sushi is your guilty pleasure.
A photo of Teru Sushi restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Sushi • Bukit Merah
There’s something about a reliable local sushi joint. It’s a familiar comfort, a fall-back for convenient, homely satisfaction that won’t break the bank or spoil the diet when things get tough. That’s something – but Teru Sushi is a whole lot more. Sure, the sushi is all of those things – satisfying, comforting, healthy and affordable – but this funky spot on Tiong Bahru Road makes much more of an experience out of eating than the majority of casual Japanese restaurants in Singapore. For starters, there are Teru Sushi’s famous fresh oysters and the ever-enticing fresh catch of the day that seriously boost the seafood resume of this Tiong Bahru favourite. Add to that Teru Sushi’s great Japanese bento boxes, mentai, wagyu beef sets, foie gras creations and the like (not to mention refreshing beers) and you get the picture of a perfectly well-rounded Japanese eatery. Be sure to reserve a seat or table before you go, because Teru Sushi has a loyal clientele!
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