1. Sushi Michi
SGD80 lunch omakase in Orchard Road!? A cosy and private dining experience at this new 10-seater restaurant. Two choices for lunch and for dinner, we went for the Mizu Omakase ($128), an 18 courses meal with 12 pieces of nigiri. Sushi Michi Address: Orchard Plaza, 150 Orchard Road, Unit 02-22, Singapore 238841 #sushimichi #wheretoeatsg #affordableomakase #foodfestontiktok #sgfoodie #japanesecuisine #sushilover #dinnerinspo
Situated conveniently within town in Orchard Plaza, Sushi Michi is the sister outlet of YUTA (located just a few steps away), boasting an extensive selection of over 120 different nigiri. The well-lit space features primarily light wood furnishings for a clean, minimalist and classic Japanese ambience.
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The restaurant only has a mere 12 seats within the space, so you can be sure it’ll be quite the intimate dining experience. Sushi Michi only offers 4 types of omakase courses, 2 each for lunch and dinner. For lunch, you have a 13-course Tama Omakase at $80++ or Yuu Omakase $108++ that comes with 10 pieces of nigiri sushi.
Address: 150 Orchard Rd, #02-22 Orchard Plaza, Singapore 238841
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-11pm
2. Ikigai Omakase
Tucked away in a hidden spot in the CBD is Ikigai Omakase, perfect for if you’re looking to splurge on an omakase meal or lunch set during the workday. As for the vibes, expect an intimate counter dining experience where you get to see the chef in action up close!
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Prices are pretty affordable, starting at $88++ for lunch and $98++ for dinner. Items included in the omakase are seasonal, but you can expect ingredients like akami, hamachi, ikura chawanmushi, kanpachi, uni and more. They also have lunch sets from $38++ that includes an appetiser, soup and main. Reservations for omakase are highly recommended, at least 2-3 days in advance.
Address: 3 Pickering St, #01-31 Nankin Row, Singapore 048660
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10.30pm
If you’re down to splurge a little more, Tomidou offers a more luxe dining experience in their beautiful zen-inspired space. The restaurant is helmed by renowned Japanese chefs with nearly 30 years of sushi experience under their belt. What’s unique about their omakase courses is the incorporation of French elements for a truly one-of-a-kind experience.
You can look forward to 10 to 19 items served in their omakase courses, with a 10-dish Sakura lunch course at $150++; and a 15-dish Tsuki dinner course at $400++. Look forward to premium seasonal ingredients even for their introductory-level omakase, such as uni handroll, foie gras chawanmushi, chutoro, unagi and more.
Address: 1 Nassim Rd, #01-01, Singapore 258458
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10pm
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If you’re looking for traditional Kyoto-style Kappo omakase, Ikkoten is the place to be. The restaurant boasts “true Japanese cuisine” that’s immersive and meticulously crafted for a fine, artful dining experience. The intimate 10-seater space is hidden behind their sister outlet, Kura Oyster & Highball, which is a casual oyster bar.
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A 5-course Yuki lunch omakase is priced at $88++, and includes premium dishes like tuna belly hot pot and collagen donabe. For dinner, a 9-course Tsuki omakase is priced at $198++ and comes with uni chawanmushi and charcoal-grilled beef, among other seasonal items.
Address: 86 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 048469
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 12pm-2.30pm & 7pm-10.30pm
Truly one of the best spots for romantic secluded ambience, and its even better since their Omakase is just as good as their vibes! 📍MIYOSHI by Fat Cow, 2 Gunner Ln, Unit 01-04/05/06, Mess Hall at Sentosa, Singapore 099567 #sgfoodie #wheretoeat #omakase #sushi #omakasesg #sushiomakase #datenight #sgrestaurants #eshton
You’re probably familiar with the brand Fat Cow, a Japanese restaurant specialising in all things beefy. MIYOSHI is a new collaborative concept by the folks at Fat Cow, offering a tranquil and modern dining experience at Sentosa. The spacious, multi-concept dining space features a section for teppan-kaiseki, as well as a la carte dishes and set lunches.
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MIYOSHI also offers a special Chef’s Table Sushi Omakase for dinner, featuring a whopping 20 items for $228++ per person! With that kind of price tag, you can expect a series of premium ingredients akami, anago, abalone, wagyu, fatty tuna, uni handroll and more. The omakase is only available at 6.45pm, and prior reservations are required.
Address: 2 Gunner Ln, #01-04/05/06 Mess Hall at Sentosa, 099567
Opening Hours: Wednesday-Thursday, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10pm; Friday, 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10.30pm; Saturday, 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-10.30pm; Sunday, 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-10pm
6. Haku Sushi
Haku Sushi shares a space with Kou Teppan, offering a dual dining experience with both teppanyaki and kansai-style sushi omakase. With relaxing Japanese wood-inspired counter seating, indulge in natural and fresh seasonal ingredients at an incredibly affordable price.
Omakase prices start from $68++ for a 6-course lunch, and $88++ for an 8-course dinner. You can expect seasonal sashimi like akami and oysters, snow crab chawanmushi, chutoro, housemade warabi mochi and more. You also have the option to add on an extra uni and negitoro handroll for $15.
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1-135 Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours: 11.30am-3pm & 5.30pm-10pm daily
7. Sushi Kawasemi
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This omakase restaurant specialises in custom fish-ageing, resulting in fish that’s much more tender, sweet and umami. The restaurant has a pretty and serene ambience, with a mere 14 seats facing beautiful hand-drawn Japanese murals of kingfishers.
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The lunch omakase course starts from $98++ for 6 courses; while the dinner omakase starts from $268++ for 7 courses. All sashimi and fish items are either wet or dry-aged in-house for various periods of time to give you the best flavour. You can expect seasonal ingredients like snow crab, barracuda, otoro and more.
Address: 120 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068589
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 12pm-2.30pm & 6.30pm-10.30pm; Saturday, 6.30pm-10.30pm