Opened for the first-time in Singapore on 1st April 2021, Sen-Ryo is an established Japanese restaurant which dates as far back as 1999. Well-known for exceptional authentic Japanese cuisine that is masterfully crafted by a team of shokunin, Sen-Ryo utilizes only quality ingredients imported from Toyosu Fish Market and around the world. Armed with expertise in seafood; in particular, tuna, and an outstanding repertoire of sushi and authentic Japanese dishes, Sen-Ryo is set to impress diners in Singapore with premium but pocket-friendly creations that promise affordable-luxury at its best.
Situated in the heart of town, at ION Orchard, Sen-Ryo serves up a multitude of culturally-inspired dishes comprising of sustainably-grown Koshihikari rice from the Aomori prefecture, fresh seafood imported twice weekly from the renowned Toyosu Fish Market, fragrant artisanal vinegar traditionally fermented in the Gifu prefecture, and shoyu from Igagoe, brewed for an extensive period of one year for enhanced flavour.
Greeting guests with an impressive liquor bar, decked in a myriad of exquisite sake and shochu from Japan, Sen-Ryo features strips of warm lighting, and thin columns of wood which serve as a divider between the bar and sushi counter.
Offering a selection of Japanese fruit wine, including the fragrant Kodakara Yamagata La France ($11 for 100ml and $75 for 720ml), and citrusy Bijoufu Yuzu Shuwa ($9 for 100ml, and $40 for 500ml), the restaurant also serves an exquisite collection of sake in the form of the $238 Ohime 2 Grain Hiire Yamadanishiki from the Yamaguchi prefecture, $105 Hyakujuro Jumai Daiginjyo Black Face from the Gifu prefecture.
Complete with a lively sushi and grill counter, Sen-Ryo invites guests to witness the restaurant’s skilled team of artisan chefs at work, as they craft an enticing menu of fresh sashimi, sushi and grilled dishes.
Of their innumerable selection, the most notable include, the $58 DIY Hokkaido Uni, $7.80 Grilled Chicken Thigh in Charcoal Style Sauce, and $28 Grilled US Beef Tenderloin and Foie Gras.
Other than the sake bar and the sushi and grill counter, diners can also choose to be seated in Sen-Ryo’s two intimate dining rooms, which showcase cosy booth seats and dark wood furniture, accentuated by grey textured walls.
Seating a mere eight and five guests respectively, or up to 14 guests when combined, Sen-Ryo imposes a minimum spend of $400 for lunch and $800 for dinner when booking either one of the private dining rooms.
Address: 03-14 Orchard Turn, 14A 2, Singapore 238801
Operating Hours: 11:30am-10:30pm, daily