6443 3378
Sushi Jin was born in the hands of the Les Amis Group, who has created an all-rounded experience for diners who get can now get quality Japanese food, service and ambience without the hefty price tag. continue reading
Good For
Fine Dining
Opening Hours
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Signature Dishes
Wagyu To Foie Gras Don Tai Carpaccio
Review (1)
Level4 2016-03-15
See pictures @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/03/sushi-jin.htmlBranded as an economical alternative to big sister Aoki, Sushi Jin attempts to corner a upper-mid-tier share of the mass-market, mid-range, Japanese restaurant scene. So even if it's nowhere close to the price points of mass-market notables Sushi Tei or Akashi, Sushi Jin is significantly cheaper than leading Japanese restaurants Hashida or Shinji.The menu is a lineup not unlike that of Sushi Tei, where modern ingredients spam and pork floss feature in bastardized maki rolls alongside traditional yellowtail or tuna sushi. The difference lies in the fresher ingredients, flown in straight from the Tsujiki Market on a thrice weekly basis, and highly-skilled, properly-trained chefs.We had:1) Tai Carpaccio ($32): a pretty kaleidoscope of sea bream garnished with seasoned kelp, black truffle and chives, was a must-try. Aromatic, balanced and delicious.2) Sake ($16 for 5 pcs) and Kanpachi Sashimi ($26) - salmon and amberjack respectively: fat, swimmingly fresh and sweet.3) Tai ($12) and Chutoro Sushi ($22) - seabream and bluefin medium fatty tuna: sparkling sweet and scrumptious.4) Spicy Tuna Maki ($14): a large roll stuffed with julienned cucumbers, nori and minced tuna, and burnished with a robust spiced mayo sauce. Fantastic stuff.5) Zosui ($6): delicate and comforting Japanese-style porridge with carrots, shitake and egg drop, in dashi stock continue reading
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