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Arriving by bus # 22, 24, 25, 73, 86, 130, 133, 135, 136, 138, 166, 169, 261, 262, 265, 269. Bus-stop name; Ang Mo Kio Interchange continue reading
Telephone
6452 1798
Introduction
Kinsa Sushi began as a humble family restaurant in Jubilee Square. It translated into a brand, determined to share the love for Japanese food and dining experiences with more heartlanders around the Island. continue reading
Payment Methods
Master Cash
Other Info
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://kinsasushi.com/JS/
Review (10)
Level2 2014-04-10
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Went here today with my parents for lunch. Ordered Grilled Chicken with Teriyaki set which comes with Miso soup and Chawamushi. The chawanmushi was tasty although the filling could be more generous. It just had a prawn, a slice of meat and a slice of mushroom. However, the miso soup was different. Though it doesn't taste much of the original taste, the appearance of other ingredients like seaweed and mushroom made up for it.The grilled chicken with teriyaki set came with salad, chicken, rice and watermelon, something you will like if you like a balanced set of food to eat. The rice came with seasoning of seaweed, sesame seed and if I am not wrong, cuttlefish powder which makes eating the rice extra nice. The chicken with the teriyaki sauce tastes nice and made me attack them faster than the rice. Service wise, wouldn't say it's good but alright. Pressed the bell once for order taking but no one came at all. Upon looking at the cashier area, 3 staff were at the counter and talking until 1 saw me looking and came over. When it was time to pay the bill, pressed the bell twice before the same person looked over before coming over with the bell. Which leads to my question of why have the bell if it's not going to make anything simpler?Overall, a nice place to have your meal given that jubilee isn't a busy place to begin with. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-27
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My friends came here before and recommended their lunch sets as they are nice and value-for-money! The 3rd set is complimentary with every order of 2 sets, which comes to about $10++ for each lunch set! For starters, we ordered the Ebi Tempura sushi which was not bad! Each lunch set comes with a bowl of miso soup and chawanmushi. I was surprised that the chawanmushi here is better than average as the amount and quality of ingredients are good! The miso soup is tasty as well. I chose the Bara Chirashi set as I love sashimi and it consisted of various kinds of sashimi on a bed of rice, very yummy! There is also a side serving of mixed salad, tuna salad and watermelon. The food here is definitely worth going back more than once and a few times! continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-29
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First to come, my Japanese steamed egg topped up with shark's fin. I love the blended taste!!Pork cutlet bento set $12.90, sauce with the chicken cutlet was nicely blended together.Grilled Pacific with soury with salt bento fish bento set $12.90, this fish was fried nicely however i think the organs in the fish was not removed and overall the fish have bitter taste.Grilled Salmon with teriyaki sauce bento set $12.90, this will the best for the day because i am a lover of salmon and this was really tasty!I will definitely come back here because of the amount they have and they have many yummy food to look forward to. continue reading
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I was delighted to chance upon this authentic Japanese restaurant in jubilee when I went popular bookstore one afternoon. Being curious ,we went in during tea time and ordered some sushis ,handrolls to try out.The tamago was very juicy, not too sweet and the fish roe sushi really delighted my taste buds as the roes burst in my mouth.Price was affordable and service was quick and and the friendly waitresses were dressed in kimonos. There was even a plate of complimentry salmon sashimi and it was very fresh and yummy. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-10
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Located in Jubilee Square, the small Japanese attracts quite a lot of crowd, with a queue forming on weekday night. The restaurant is decorated in a stylish and modern look. The menu has quite a wide range of items and mostly quite reasonably priced.Kawa Ebi Karaage ($4.80++)It is actually deep fried river shrimp. The mini shrimps taste quite crispy and additive. Best served with beer.Cheese Isobe Age ($5.80++)The deep fried cheese with seaweed is coated in tempura batter. Quite crispy and tastes more of the seaweed taste than cheese.Foie Gras Mizore Mushi ($6.80++)The foie gras soup has mushroom and 2 pieces of foie gras in it, served in a cute little cup. Very flavourful, with a hint of white carrot.Umi No Kou Ro-Ru ($13++)The fried seafood sushi roll is quite colourful presented. The sushi roll is stuffed with cooked salmon, topped with seared fish slice, ebi roe and mentai sauce. It is quite a combination in the mouth, with crunchy and soft texture.Fugu Karaage ($8.80++)The puffer fish is breaded and deep dried here. Quite small in size, and tastes quite crispy and bony.Chirashi Sushi Setto ($20.80++)It is served with salad, appetizer, steamed egg, miso soup, rice and fruit. The sashimi served on the sushi rice taste quite fresh and smooth in the mouth. The salad served in soyu dressing, tastes light and refreshing. The steamed egg tastes average and has chicken cubes, shrimp and mushroom in it. Mom likes the miso soup as it tastes quite light.Makunouchi Bento B ($21.80++)The bento has grilled mackerel with salt and assorted tempura, served with appetizer, steamed egg, miso soup, rice, and fruit. The grilled fish is quite juicy and fresh.Overall the food is not bad. But has quite a bit of problems getting the attention of the staff as the place is quite crowded. continue reading
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