6734 9622
Hachi is a bona fide vanguard of fine dining, culinary art, service, design and music. Revel in luxury with their Omakase dining concept, and ingredients and produce that are flown in regularly from Japan. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
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Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2016/01/01/the-best-value-lunch-omakase-hachi-on-29dec2015/had another wonderful 4pax family lunch at hachi on 29.12.2015. ^^i mostly come hachi for dinner & for me, hachi delivers the best kaiseki dinner for the price. wife usually not free for lunch. the last time i had lunch at hachi was almost 2 years ago on 17.1.2014.every dish in hachi looks fabulous & tastes even better. the edamame was unusual but very good, and you could taste the edamame & the excellent sweet uni which was a pretty good size helping.my wife took the cheaper S$78 hachi omakase. the rest of us took the S$88 ohmi wagyu 近江和牛omakase.both were excellent but the wagyu omakase was worth many times more than the S$10 difference.for the sashimi, we had chutoro, akami (lean toro) & 2 kampachi. for the hachi omakase, it was 2 akami, no chutoro.the sashimi was very sweet & fresh, top quslity!wife had the crab chawanmushi. :-) really sweet & tasty.we had something better though – ohmi wagyu 近江和牛sukiyaki!ohmi wagyu 近江和牛 is among the top 3, after matsuzaka & kobe, so it was just perfect melt-in-the-mouth experiecne.hachi regularly serves the large oyster during dinner, in different preparations.this lunch oyster was just as big & good.basically a freshly shucked oysters with ponzu jelly toppings.the scallop roll was quite an incredible dish. the hotate was sashimi or rare texture but the batter over seaweed was deepfried.an excellent age (fried) dish.we all had the grilled ohmi wagyu 近江和牛. for the wagyu omakase we had 1 more piece = 4 pieces vs 3 for the hachi omakase. ^^really by comparison, i can only say the ginzawa’s wagyu & onion don at S$50 was truly pathetic!even the recently upped S$38.80 (used to be just S$30.80) wagyu don set at sumiya was better!the sushi was superb quality, better than the sashimi.for the hachi omakase, it was uni, chutoro, kinmedai (golden eye snapper or alfonsino).all excellent stuff! ^^ :-)for the wagyu omakase, we had wagyu sushi in 3 different preps. could not remember but they were all superb, especially with the uni topping! :-)there was the cold soba.quite ordinary, nothing special there.japanese have many difference black beans sweet. i like them all mostly. this one was very good, not too sweet & very good balance to the tangy jelly. continue reading
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Level3 2010-07-08
Hachi is a nice and spartan Japanese dining establishment which used to be housed at Orchard Emerald. It used to specialise in omakase dinner sets but after shifting out, chef Watanabe has created ala carte menus and opened the door for lunch as well so now you can see a lot of the senior office crowd coming in at lunch time.The omakase doesn't actually use very fancy ingredients but the chef's execution in preparing is very good and you will feel contented after eating. However I have noticed that service standards and quality of food can be inconsistent at times so be warned, you may not find it value for money. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)