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Please visit here for full review and photos of all 20+ courses: http://look-see-eat.blogspot.sg/2013/12/singapores-best-omakase-sushi-shinji-by.htmlTwo weeks ago I reviewed the $75, 9-piece sushi lunch set and concluded it was the best sushi in Singapore and hence was insanely good value. Today let's look at the Omakase, which at $250 is more than triple the price for some additional sashimi and cooked dishes.For lunch, we get different appetizers and desserts, and a grand total of 3 sashimi co
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Please visit here for full review and photos of all 20+ courses: http://look-see-eat.blogspot.sg/2013/12/singapores-best-omakase-sushi-shinji-by.html

Two weeks ago I reviewed the $75, 9-piece sushi lunch set and concluded it was the best sushi in Singapore and hence was insanely good value. Today let's look at the Omakase, which at $250 is more than triple the price for some additional sashimi and cooked dishes.
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For lunch, we get different appetizers and desserts, and a grand total of 3 sashimi courses, 3 cooked dishes, half a tomato, 10 nigiri sushi and 1 maki.
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The sushi is, of course, sublime, especially the shari (rice) which is the best I've ever eaten anywhere in the world including Japan.
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The cooked dishes have some hits and some misses, so aren't all that great.
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Considering the price differentials, it's hard to recommend the Omakase over the 'regular' lunch sets; however if you're in the mood for the absolute best the restaurant can offer, you won't be disappointed.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-11-25
Spending Per Head
$300 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Omakase