Nishikane – Omakase with Japanese Techniques & Modern Flavours

I finally got to try Nishikane! And I was quite excited over it. With Kappo cuisine as focus, Chef Nishi and his team ain’t your usual stern and traditional chefs. Their friendliness puts you at ease and makes you feel less intimidating dining there which was a joyful and comfortable experience. Only one menu being…

Kisho – Omakase At Its Finest

Located at a colonial house at Scotts road, Kisho is well known among foodies for being one of the best Japanese omakase restaurants in Singapore and has been made even more popular post CB due to its instagram- worthy bentos and maki. And also I heard reservation is so tough these days (I think they…

Oshino – Edomae Omakase at Raffles Arcade by Chef Koichiro Oshino

Since the next time to Japan is gonna be I don’t know when, I decided that at times you can also treat yourself to good sushi in Singapore. Chef Koichiro Oshino has finally opened his own sushi-ya after leaving Shinji Kanesaka. The new sushi-ya is located at Raffles Arcade and if you are coming from…

Yoshi Restaurant – Kaiseki Restaurant Hidden Inside Horse’s Mouth

Decided on an impromptu date with the mum and an impromptu decision on Chope brought us to Yoshi, an intimate restaurant set inside Horse’s Mouth. Yeps, you have to enter through the bar in order to get to Yoshi which is hidden inside. Secret entrance – checked. Chef Yoshi is welcoming. Well most of his…