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Telephone
6732 4438
Introduction
Besides the claim to fame for having the longest sushi bar in Singapore, Akashi offers an innovative variety of over 100 dishes prepared with the finest ingredients personally air-flown to Singapore by staff from the Tsukiji Market in Japan. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash NETS
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Restaurant Website
http://www.akashijap.com.sg
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Review (6)
Level4 2014-12-20
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Edamame - $4This was served to us when we were waiting for our food to be served. Actually I tot it was free, you know, like tibits for you to kill time while waiting for the food. Not too sure whether it was compulsory but if you dont want, perhaps can decline it.Otoro Sushi - $64 ( Price changes according to seasonal rates)Look at that!! Beautiful!!! Do I need to say more??Please dun insult OTORO by asking me to describle more... How could I describe heaven when I'm never being there before??To the practical side, the price is approximately $32 for 2 otoro sushi. Why four? Because I was in a group of 4, so ordered 2 portions lah! Alamak!!Next, my 2nd LOVE... Amaebi!Ama Ebi Sushi - $12One thing I must really give compliments, the sashimi part was much bigger than the rice portion. From the pictures, you hardly notice that they were actually sushi rather than sashimi. That would justify the higher cost than normal. Not to forget, the seafood was so fresh that you can really taste sweetness in them.*******Well enuff of raw food, let's have eye feasting on warm cuisine instead which were as fantastic!Buta Yaki - $15Buta Yaki is actually grilled pork slices, they were good but there were even better meat like.........MOOoooOOOOOOOoBEEF!!Tenderloin Steak (11og) - $22 ( Price changes according to seasonal rates)I simply love this. The steak was cubed such that there was certain thickness to allow you to enjoy the "chewyness", if you know what I meant. I cant stand thin slices of steaks, it was just wasting food coz most of the time the steaks would end up overcooked!The beef was cooked to perfection, with the inner core slighly red without being too bloody. Yet, the meat was tender & juicy enough. The cow must have being brought up listening to classical music!! HehePitan Tofu - $4Niniku Yaki Meshi - $5I fall in love with Japanese garlic rice after trying it at Sakae Teppanyaki at Changi T3. The rice was definitely more fragrant that normal white rice. If you have the stomach & budget to eat after trying all their other nice nice items, yes, please try this also. =)Cha Soba - $8The "Sunrise"& The " Sunset"Beside the above, we still ordered 2 other set meals which come in soup, side dishes and fruits.Gintara Misozuke Set - $20Tori Katsu Set - $16********The total bill came up to S$228 after all taxes. OMG!!!!That mean we spent $57 per pax for a dinner!!!! OMG AGAIN!!! continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-07
30 views
Had my dinner with my family members in this Japanese restaurant, which is also one of my mother's favourite restaurant. Is very cosy inside the restaurant and quite spacious too. Restaurant manager is very helpful and being telling us what are their nicer and best sales dishes available here. Personally I enjoy having their chicken don, which the Japanese rice is soft and fragrant, which topped with generous portion of egg omelette with tender juicy chicken meat on it. The seaweed soup is not too salty and full of the sliced seaweed as well. Per person paid around $20 which is quite reasonable. continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-19
18 views
Thanks to my boss to have invited my fellow colleagues and I to this high class Japanese restaurant in Orchard Parade Hotel. The restaurant looks really lovely and comfortable furnishings. THe service here was really friendly and warm. My boss has ordered for us everyone the same set meal. The maki was really crunchy inside and the Japanese rice was very fragrant and not soggy. Miso soup was served hot and not too salty, with generous amount of seaweeds insid. Portion was quite generous and I heard from my colleagues per set cost around $30+. Yummy! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-07
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Akashi is definitely one of the more expensive Japanese options in town, but the food is pretty good. We came here for dinner one night and had some sashimi each. We had salmon, clams, toro, swordfish among other types of sashimi. Sashimi came up to about 100 dollars per person, but it was very fresh and delicious, each slice was thick and chewy and had good bite to it with no fishy taste. continue reading
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Akashi is a place that offered relatively high-end sort of Japanese food. The setting and ambience is casual but the food prices are hardly so. The sets may not seemed to cost very much at $20 - 30 per set, but the portions are small that you can't get full with one of those sets. You need to buy other side dishes or maki to make up a complete meal. The sushi is good though. The California Roll I had was very yummy with generous amounts of ingredients and not too much rice. Despite it being expensive for the portions, it was pretty satisfying in terms of taste. continue reading
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