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10 Best Omakase Restaurants in Singapore Worth Queuing For

Looking for the best omakase Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for your favourite omakase dishes and full of those Japanese taste? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of omakase restaurants below.

Peace Japanese Cuisine

Credit: Peace Japanese Cuisine

Established only in after 2015, this restaurant has already won the Singapore Food Masters award in 2018. It is a monthly affair for them to introduce new dishes to the customers so that they can get good surprises for them. There are many choices which diners can choose from – 7-course seafood, 8-course wagyu and premium 9-course. The omakase served here is also premium omakase.

Maison Ikkoku

Maison Ikkoku is a place whereby you an enjoy their omakase together with your family and friends. Their food service is to tailor according to your preferences, with particular attention on the food allergies you might face. Made by award winning chefs, the food at Maison Ikkoku are absolutely delicious. You can try their lamb chomps as main and the tuna tartar as starter.

Hashida Sushi

Credit: Hashida Sushi International

Do you want fine dining in Japanese style with good omakase? This is a good superb treat for sushi lovers with many different kinds of sushi rolls, giving them the best omakase in Singapore. People will be treated with a luxurious and elegant welcome once they step into the restaurant.


Scotts Road in the Orchard shopping district has a shining omakase outlet that produces artistic Japanese omakase in the set menus. There are 2 different set menus priced at $300++ or $450++ per person. They are the AOI and KAI menus. The best dish of the restaurant is the Uni and Cavier which is a beautiful combination of creamy Hokkaido sea urchin, Italian caviar, shiso flower and corn served on wasabi leaf.

Teppan Kappou Kenji

Credit: Teppan Kappou Kenji

Chef Kenji Okumara headed this restaurant to introduce a new Japanese gourmet experience. As it is one of the best spots for Japanese omakase, especially Japanese teppanyaki cuisine, only the finest and freshest ingredients are being used in the meals. There are multi-course meals offered in this restaurant and the food is customisable to your preference.

Ryo Sushi

Credit: Ryo Sushi

The omakase menu here comes with huge courses. They include soups, salads, sushi and many other food. The ingredients used are of the freshest quality with the uni and ikura rice bowl that are some of the most favourite dishes. The setting is contemporary and the location is still accessible.

Shinji by Kanesaka

Headed by a Michelin star chef, this restaurant cooks meals that use classic Japanese traditional culinary skills. Nigri sushi, sashimi and Japanese fruits are included in the lunch and dinner menus offered here. There are both seasonal and sushi courses in this omakase restaurant.

Sushi Ayumu

Sushi Ayumu exhibits rich Japanese culinary art in its omakase. The sushi is made in Tokyo (edomae) style. One good thing about the food here is that the produce comes daily from the fishermen and suppliers. With the freshest and finest ingredients used in the cuisine, Sushi Ayumu modernizes its traditional techniques very well to enhance the natural flavours of the food.

Sushi Kou

Credit: 鮓煌(Sushi Kou)

Another traditional Edomae style sushi being redefined in this omakase restaurant with great sushi dishes. The 2 menus – Aya Menu and Kou Menu can give you 10 pieces of sushi each with either 3 or 5 dishes of quality-prepared food. One good highlight dish of this eatery would be the Steamed Abalone with Abalone Liver Sauce, whereby the abalone is steamed with water, kelp and even sake!

Have you tried any of the omakase restaurants listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best omakase Singapore has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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