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Omakase In The CBD: 5 Exclusive Spots Perfect For Your Business Lunch

Fancy a Japanese dining experience that will tantalise and impress? Then this list of Omakase restaurants in the CBD will be perfect for that business lunch with your colleagues and clients.

Omakase is a Japanese tradition of allowing the chef to choose and prepare your order, making for an artistic and deeply thought out dining experience using the finest ingredients possible.

Whether you are trying to impress a business client or celebrate a promotion, an Omakase experience is sure to delight and keep everyone on the edge of their seat!

From Raffles Place to Shenton Way, here are our top 5 selection of Omakase restaurants just for you.

 

Ryo Sushi

Starting our list, Ryo Sushi is a casual dining concept that will allow you to enjoy an omakase experience without breaking the bank.

Their fresh sushi is oh so juicy and matched perfectly with the rice by the chef who prepares each and every dish.

Images from Ryo Sushi’s Facebook Page

Starting from S$38++ for an impressive 15-course lunch, be prepared to enjoy a wonderful meal that includes a truffled onsen egg, 9 pieces of custom sushi as well a Chirashi bowl.

And if you really want to go all out, then the S$98++ omakase set is for you. This upgrade allows you to ensure a wider selection of Japanese delights including fatty tuna and a sea urchin rice bowl.

Ryo Sushi, 1 Tras Link, Orchid Hotel, #01-06.

Regular Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday: 11:30am – 9:00pm

Monday: Closed

 

Teppei Japanese Restaurant

Sitting only 22 diners at one go, the Teppei Japanese Restaurant serves up an authentic omakase experience thanks to Chef Yamashita.

For just S$80++, you’ll get to enjoy an amazing 17-course dinner that includes an assortment of appetizers, a delightful sashimi platter with 7 different types of thickly sliced fish as well as a Negitoro Handroll made with minced tuna, salmon roe and fried tempura flakes – for that crunchy bite!

Depending on your luck, there will be different seasonal dishes that are offered – some of which will be fed directly to you on a spoon!

Image from Teppei Group’s Facebook Page

These could include a torched scallop with fresh yuzu and a foie gras with onsen egg. Definitely worth the price tag!

Please note that Teppei’s omakase dinner experience has to be booked in advance via their online booking system – they do not accept walk-ins.

Teppei Japanese Restaurant, 1 Tras Link, Orchid Hotel, #01-18.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Saturday: Lunch: 11:45am – 2:30pm, Dinner: 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Sunday: Closed

 

Shoukouwa

Shoukouwa is a Michelin Two-Star restaurant, practising the edomae sushi tradition that uses the freshest ingredients and seasonal seafood from the Tsujiki Fish Market in Tokyo.

Opened in 2016, Shoukouwa sits only 8 diners at a time and is perhaps the most exclusive and premium restaurant in our list and with good reason!

Image from Shoukouwa’s Facebook Page

Their dinner Hana omakase set (S$450 ++) serves up a delectable seasonal 25-course meal that includes appetizers, cooked dishes, an assortment of sushi, Japanese omelette and miso soup – a great choice to entertain your most important clients.

Want fine dining with a slightly cheaper price tag? Then go for their Mio (S$220 ++) lunch set.

Shoukouwa, 1 Fullerton Road, One Fullerton, #02-02A.

Regular Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday: Lunch: 12:15pm – 3:00pm, Dinner: 6:00pm / 7:15pm or 8:15pm – 10:30pm

Takayama

Helmed by Chef Taro Takayama, get ready to experience the spirit of omotenashi (Japanese hospitality) in an elegant and upscale ambience.

The Kappo-style  restaurant serves their dishes which are meticulously and carefully prepared to look like pieces of art – as beautiful as they are delicious.

Image from Takayama’s Facebook Page

Their signature Foie Gras Monaka (Foie Gras ice cream wafer sandwich) is served in both their lunch (S$150 ++) and dinner (S$250 ++) omakase sets that takes fusion cuisine to the next level!

Another highlight of their Omakase experience is their otsukuri fish dish which varies according to the season while their Kumamoto Wagyu Beef Shabu-shabu is an interesting addition to an omakase experience you don’t find anywhere else anytime soon.

Takayama, 6A Shenton Way, Downtown Gallery #01-09/10.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday: Dinner: 6:30pm – 10:00pm (Last seating at 7:45pm)

Tuesday – Saturday: Lunch: 12:00pm – 2:30pm (Last seating at 1:00pm), Dinner: 6:30pm – 10:00pm (Last seating at 7:45pm)

Sunday: Closed

 

Jun Omakase

While being a relative newcomer to the omakase scene, Jun Omakase serves up a mouth-watering omakase experience in the CBD.

Their omakase menu switches according to the seasons in Japan (where they get their fresh produce from), delighting diners new and old with unique tastes that never stay the same!

Image from Jun Omakase’s Facebook Page

With 3 tiers to their dinner omakase experience (Natsu: S$98, Ume: S$138 & Jun: S$188), get treated to an assortment of sashimi and sushi with seasonal selections reserved for the UmE and Jun omakase sets.

If you have other dinner plans, do try their 7-course lunch omakase set for only S$68 that includes 2 starters, 2 mains and fresh tasty sashimi.

Jun Omakase, 3 Church Street, Samsung Hub, #01-01.

Regular Opening Hours:

Monday – Saturday: Lunch: 11:30am – 2:30pm, Dinner: 5:15pm – 9:30pm

Sunday: Closed

 

 

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