Japanese restaurant guide: The best places for omakase in Singapore you shouldn’t miss — from just $36!


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It seems like omakase has gained itself a cult following in Singapore. Almost everyone is talking about it, or about how they’ve been pining to try it.

The thing with omakase is that it can be quite very costly, mainly due to its extensive menu and the high-quality ingredients that go into its making. And while it’s definitely worth every penny, the prices may not be everyone’s cup of tea. So whether you’re already a connoisseur or are just setting out on the quest for delectable omakase, here are the restaurants that serve the best omakase in Singapore — from just $36!

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Wait, but what’s omakase?

Don’t worry — we had the same question before we tried. Omakase in Japanese simply means “I trust you, chef”. Leave it up to the chef to cook up a mind-blowing spread and wow you. 🥰

Now that we’ve locked down the basics, let’s look at our recommendations.

Omakase restaurants in Singapore under $40


(Photo adapted from: Floornature & SethLui.com)

You heard us right. The lunchtime omakase menu at this restaurant starts from just $36++. And instead of serving a variety of dishes, you’ll be in for a 6-course hand-rolled treat. But make no mistake — the folks who run Rappu (who also run The Feather Blade) don’t compromise variety, taste or quality in any way.

Must-tries: Crab rolls, kampachi, hotate and engawa.

📍 Address: 52 Duxton Road, Singapore 089516
⏰ Opening hours: Mon, 6pm – 10.30pm | Tues to Thurs & Sun, 11.45am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10.30pm | Fri & Sat, 11.45am – 2.30pm, 6pm – 12am
🌐 Website: https://www.rappu.com.sg/

02 • Ryo Sushi

(Photo adapted from: SethLui.com)

Nestled in Orchid Hotel is this humble eatery that dishes out a whopping 15-course lunchtime omakase menu that starts from just $38++. The menu consists of edamame, hijiki seaweed salad, truffle onsen egg, nine pieces of assorted sushi, a hand roll, a small chirashi don and a soup. Those who have a larger appetite can opt for their 18-course menu ($68) and 18-course uni menu ($98). Both 18-course menus are available for dinner.

📍 Address: 1 Tras Link, #01-06, Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11.45am – 2.45pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: https://www.facebook.com/ryosushi/

Omakase restaurants in Singapore under $80

01 • Hana-Hana Restaurant

(Photo adapted from: @whiterneyeats)

Run by the same folks of another well-known Japanese restaurant called Teppei, Hana-Hana Restaurant (not to be confused with Hana Restaurant in Forum The Shopping Mall) dishes out omakase fares between just $68++ and $88++. The menus are classic, consisting of seasonal hot dishes, oysters, assorted nigiri sushi and sashimi, kushiyaki, a choice of chirashi don and a dessert. While every item is sure to take your taste buds to food paradise, do look out for their kushiyaki (grilled bites on skewers) which is what truly puts them on the map.

📍 Address: Orchid Hotel, 1 Tras Link, #01-17, Singapore 078867
📞 Phone: 8831 5185
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 12pm – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – 10.30pm

02 •  Jun Omakase

(Photo adapted from: Jun Omakase)

Jun Omakase is fast carving its name in the local omakase scene and it’s no wonder why — the food here is of uncompromising quality while still being easy on the pocket. If you’re heading down for lunch, tuck in the lavish 7-course experience which comes with two starters, assorted sashimi, two mains, assorted sushi and a dessert, for just $68. The more premium menus start from $98 but trust us when we say that the lunch menu is no less special.

Apart from omakase, you’ll also be able to choose from various set meals ranging between $28 and $55.

📍 Address: 3 Church Street, #01-01, Singapore 049483
📞 Phone: 6224 0311
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 9.30pm
🌐 Website: https://junomakase.com/

03 • Amazing Hokkaido

(Photo adapted from: Amazing Hokkaido)

Amazing Hokkaido is most popularly known for their Bursting Salmon Roe Rice Bowl, their melty skewered pork and of course, their large variety of tsukune options (skewered meatballs) — but did you know that this place also boasts scrumptious skewer omakase sets? Try out the Yakitori skewers set which are jam-packed with lamb, pork, chicken skin, vegetables and tsukune meatballs. These skewers are priced at $18 for 5 sticks, and $38 for 10.

Sushi lovers should absolutely make it a point to give their assorted nigiri sushi omakase ($29.90) a shot.

📍 Address: 30 Robertson Quay, #01-16, Singapore 238251
📞 Phone: 6235 0212
⏰ Opening hours: Wed to Mon, 5.30pm – 11pm
🌐 Reservation website: https://www.chope.co/singapore-restaurants/restaurant/amazing-hokkaido


04 • Cho Omakase

(Photo adapted from: Cho Omakase)

The thing we love most about Cho Omakase is that all their dishes feature premium ingredients like unagi, oysters and A4-grade marbled hida wagyu beef that are flown in fresh from Japan. And for something so high-quality, you’d be surprised to know that they serve affordable lunch and dinner sets from only $68 and $80 respectively. They’re also known to combine both Japanese and European culinary styles so you know that you’ll get the best of both worlds.

📍 Address: Payswiff Pte. Ltd., 63 Chulia Street (along Phillip Street), #01-03, Singapore 049514
📞 Phone: 6223 1276
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 9.30pm
🌐 Website: https://cho.restaurant/


05 • JIDAI

(Photo adapted from: JIDAI)

Similar to Cho Omakase, Jidai puts an innovative touch to its offerings by fusing Japanese and French culinary techniques. This hard-to-miss restaurant (thanks to the striking magenta neon lights) serves up an 8-course omakase meal ($78) featuring items like Botan shrimp sashimi, grilled King Hokkaido scallop in peach foam, red snapper tempura and a large succulent oyster topped with umami shrimp chin.

Wait — that’s not even the main yet. Once you’re done coaxing your appetite with their grand starters, dig into either a Challans duck dish or a delectable wagyu beef bowl, and wash everything down with their coconut mochi or the Kyoho grape sorbet. You’re sure to head home with a full tummy!

You may alternatively opt for their larger 11-course meal at $108++ too.

📍 Address: 9 Circular Road, Singapore 049365
📞 Phone: 8189 1849
⏰ Opening hours: Mon, 5pm – 10.30pm | Tues to Sat, 12pm – 3pm & 5pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: https://jidairestaurant.com/

Omakase restaurants in Singapore under $100

01 • Kaunta

(Photo adapted from: Kaunta)

Another omakase specialist in the heart of Singapore, Kaunta is well-known for its aged sushi and sashimi fares. Expect to be treated to a hearty lunch that includes an appetiser, aged sashimi, 7 pieces of sushi, toro maki, uni chirashi, miso soup and a dessert — all of which will only set you aside by $88. If you’re in for a bit more splurging, check out their larger menus from $100 onwards for lunch and from $180 onwards for dinner. Definitely worth the trip!

📍 Address: 11 Kee Seng Street, #01-12, Singapore 089218
📞 Phone: 8788 3535
⏰ Opening hours: Mon, 5.45pm – 10pm | Tues to Sat, 11.45am – 3pm & 5.45pm – 10pm
🌐 Website: https://www.facebook.com/kauntasg

02 • Miraku

(Photo adapted from: Shrugmyshoulder & Miraku)

If you’re looking for an authentic omakase experience without burning a hole in your pocket, Miraku may just be the right place for you. Tucked in the midst of the bustling bar street of Nankin Row is this quaint 15-seat restaurant that serves out absolutely delectable omakase fares that surprisingly start from just $88. Their lunchtime sushi-only menu features a seasonal appetiser, seasonal chawanmushi, 9 types of nigiri sushi, wagyu uni rice roll, mini maze don, a soup and a dessert. Their costlier omakase menu is priced at $188 and includes sashimi and more sushi varieties.

📍 Address: 3 Pickering Street, #01-31, Nankin Row, Singapore 048660
📞 Phone: 6904 9783 | 8138 3071
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11.30am – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm
🌐 Website: https://www.mirakusg.com/

03 • Hakumai Sushi

(Photo adapted from: Hakumai Sushi)

True to its name, this restaurant has mastered their sushi. Their sushi omakase menu starts from $88.80 for 8 pieces of assorted premium sushi, kawahagi (thread-sail filefish), soup and Japanese ice-cream. Other than that, they also serve two larger sushi omakase menus at $108 and $128, a sushi and sashimi menu, as well as the Hakumai signature ($198). If you’re willing to fork out more, we recommend the latter which features seasonal signature dishes that will tick all the boxes.

📍 Address: International Plaza, #01-50A, 10 Anson Road, Singapore 079903
📞 Phone: 6224 4790
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 11.30am – 3pm & 6pm – 10.15pm
🌐 Website: https://www.hakumai.com.sg/

04 • Bincho at Hua Bee

(Photo adapted from: SethLui.com & Bincho)

By the day, this place sells local Chinese fares. By night, it’s teeming with Japanese food lovers. This is Bincho at Hua Bee, a quaint 70-year-old eatery that’s also a dual-concept restaurant serving up delicious omakase sets that start from $80 and are loaded with premium quality seafood and meat.

The omakase sets here are off-the-menu so don’t forget to let them know when you make your reservation!

📍 Address: 78 Moh Guan Terrace, #01-19, Singapore 162078
📞 Phone: 6438 4567
⏰ Opening hours: Wed, 6pm – 12am | Thurs to Sun, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 12am
🌐 Website: https://www.bincho.com.sg/hua-bee

05 • Hana Japanese Restaurant

(Photo adapted from: SethLui.com)

Apart from their best-selling “flying” soba which went viral, Hana Japanese Restaurant also serves up a heavenly omakase set — and it starts from only $88++. Their menu consists of assorted sushi, tempura and soba just to name a few. There’s also the Premium Omakase set to look out for, which will set you aside by $150.

📍 Address: Forum The Shopping Mall, #01-17, Singapore 238884
📞 Phone: 6737 5525
⏰ Opening hours: Daily, 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 9pm
🌐 Website: https://www.instagram.com/hanarestaurantsg/

Omakase restaurants in Singapore from $100 onwards

01 • Fat Cow

(Photo adapted from: SethLui.com & Fat Cow)

You’re in for a soul-satisfying reward if you’re willing to surrender your rumbling tummy to the expert hands (and a good portion of your savings) at Fat Cow. Most well-known for the premium Wagyu picks, the chefs here cook up a grand 11-course omakase feast using various different preparation methods like Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Sumibiyaki and Hobayaki. Their lunch menu starts from $138++ while the 9-course Wagyu Dinner goes out from $320++.

📍 Address: Camden Medical Centre, 1 Orchard Boulevard, #01-01/02, Singapore 248649
📞 Phone: 6735 0308
⏰ Opening hours: Sun to Thurs, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm | Fri & Sat, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 11pm
🌐 Website: https://www.fatcow.com.sg/

02 • Mitsu Sushi Bar

(Photo adapted from: EverydayonSales & Mitsu Sushi Bar)

Mitsu Sushi Bar is an Edo-style restaurant that specialises in the “one fish, three ways” omakase and is loved for its sashimi options. All their fares only use ingredients fresh seafood directly sourced and air-flown from the three best markets in Japan — Tsukiji, Kyushu and Hokkaido. Mitsu is open for both lunch and dinner, and its most extensive lunch menu is priced at $148++, while the dinner menus range between $108 and $298.

For those looking for more affordable options, check out their smaller lunch menus at $58++ and $88.

📍 Address: 21 Duxton Road, Singapore 089487
📞 Phone: 6221 0888
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: http://mitsusushibar.com/

03 • Rakuya

(Photo adapted from: Millionaireasia & Fundamentally-flawed)

Deviating slightly from the traditional omakase template, Rakuya puts a unique spin on their menu by incorporating various different flavours from all over Asia. Don’t miss out their highlights which include Fried Prawn Head with Sambal Mayo and Mapo Chawanmushi. They have two omakase menus, Tsuki ($118) and Hoshi ($158) and while both are quite atas price-wise, they’re known to be lip-smacking.

📍 Address: 89 East Coast Road, Singapore 428790
⏰ Opening hours: Tues to Sun & PH, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 9.30pm

04 • Sushi Mieda

(Photo adapted from: Sushi Mieda)

Sushi Mieda is easily one of the most atas omakase restaurants in town, as well as the smallest with only 8 seats — so if you’re in for an intimate family time or a double-date, this place can’t go wrong. Both their lunch and dinner omakase menus are, as expected, $270++ and $450++ respectively but for prices this high, know that you’ll only be served the best.

📍 Address: 60 Collyer Quay, Level 10 OUE Tower, Singapore 049322
⏰ Opening hours: Mon to Sat, 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
🌐 Website: https://www.sushimieda.sg/

Now that you know of these Japanese omakase restaurants in Singapore, what are you waiting for? Hurry and make those reservations! 

Pro tip: As omakase restaurants are becoming more and more popular, waiting times are also increasing — so don’t forget to reserve as early as possible.

(Featured photo adapted from: DanielFoodDiary, SethLui.com, @whyzedtan & SG Magazine)

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