7 Top Omakase Places in Singapore

Omakase translates to “I’ll leave it up to you”, where customers entrust the entire menu in the chef’s hands. A good omakase can be hard to find in Singapore as there are not many famous sushi chefs in this tiny island. Therefore here’s our list of amazing omakases you can consider to enjoy at:


Oshino is one Michelin-starred restaurant that is famous for its traditional techniques (such as aging and preservation) to bring out the flavour of each fish. Oshino has four omakase menus: for lunch, try its Sushi Edomae (S$220) or Chef’s Special (S$300), and for dinner, go for Chef Oshino’s Sushi Edomae (S$350) or Chef Omakase (S$500). All four menus come with a variety of sushi or sashimi, which are paired with appetisers, cooked dishes, soups, or desserts.

328 North Bridge Road, Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade, #01-11, Singapore 188719
+65 9012 3938
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
Closed on Sun & Mon

Find out more: http://oshino.sg/


Takayama is an exquisite Kappo fine-dining restaurant located in Singapore’s CBD, helmed by Chef Taro Takayama who has worked at three Michelin-starred restaurants in Japan. Takayama’s 9-course Dinner Omakase Menu features seasonal fish from Japan, spring vegetables, unagi, foie gras, and more. If you’re feeling indulgent, be sure to try his Premium Dinner Menu (S$380++), which uses peak-of-season ingredients and requires orders to be made seven days in advance.

6A Shenton Way, Downtown Gallery, #01-09/10, Singapore 068815
+65 9168 2639
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 2.30pm & 7pm – 10.30pm
Closed on Sun & Mon

Find out more: https://takayama.com.sg/ 

Ginza Sushi Ichi

Ginza Sushi Ichi first started out as a humble restaurant in the vibrant Ginza district of Tokyo, and slowly expanded to Singapore and Bangkok. Whether or not you’re here for the Lunch Omakase (S$260 per pax) or Dinner Omakase (S$450 per pax), you can be assured that you will be served with premium ingredients directly from Japan.

320 Orchard Road, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore 238865
+65 6235 5514
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 11pm
Sun: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10pm
Closed on Mon

Find out more: http://www.ginza-sushiichi.jp/english/shop/singapore.html 

Sushi Mieda

Sushi Mieda might just be Singapore’s smallest Omakase restaurant, sporting only eight seats on the 10th floor of the OUE Tower, so you’ll have front-row seats for an epicurean Omakase meal. With their special curing techniques, Chef Nakatani’s omakase menus start from Kikyou (S$140++ per pax), a seasonal lunch menu, and go all the way up to the dinner-exclusive Chef Seasonal Omakase (S$450++ per pax).

60 Collyer Quay, Level 10 OUE Tower, Singapore 049322
+65 8425 7835
Mon to Sat: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
Closed on Sun

Find out more: https://www.sushimieda.sg/ 

Sushi Masaaki

Sushi Masaaki is helmed by Chef Masaaki who entered the industry at the age of 18, and in his 27th year, he opened Sushi Masaaki along Beach Road in December 2020. The Japanese restaurant offers four omakase menus, starting with the Yui (S$220), which is available for lunch, and the priciest being the Ren (S$380), which is a dinner exclusive. All of its ingredients are air-flown directly from Toyosu Market, ensuring that what you’d get is the freshest there is.

26 Beach Road, South Beach Avenue, #B1-17, Singapore 189768
+65 8688 1555
Tue to Sun: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 11pm
Closed on Mon

Find out more: https://sushimasaaki.org/ 

Sushi Koike

Sushi Koike is helmed by Chef Koji Koike who was raised at the legendary Tsukiji Fish Market from the young age of 6, learning the sushi trade from his father and grandfather, who were both sushi masters. With a specialty in Edomae Sushi, Chef Koike’s lunch omakase menus start from S$168++ and go up to S$288++, while its dinner omakase menus range from S$250++ to S$400++, with the additional option of choosing a counter seat or private room. 

36 Circular Road, Singapore 049392
+65 6532 0050
Mon: 6.30pm – 11pm
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 11pm
Closed on Sun

Find out more: https://sushikoike.com/ 


Hamamoto is the eponymous debut of Chef Kazuhiro Hamamoto. The experience itself includes starting with the custom ceramic lacquerware which uses an ancient Totai Shiiki technique that fuses porcelain and lacquer to the sushi dishes itself. Chef Hamamoto only has three omakase menus: Sushi Experience (S$280) for lunch, Hamamoto Experience (S$425), and Fancy Omakase (S$550) for dinner.

58 Tras Street, Singapore 078997
+65 6223 0945
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 3pm & 6.30pm – 11pm
Closed on Sun & Mon

Find out more: https://hamamoto.com.sg/ 


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