10 Best Omakase in Singapore for a Michelin Star Dining Experience [2022]

Uncover the most aesthetically pleasing and indulgent Japanese dish in Singapore.

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10 Best Omakase in Singapore
Source: Live Japan

Omakase, also known as ‘I’ll leave it up to you‘, is a popular Japanese dining concept where the customer leaves it up to the chef to select and serve seasonal specialities.

Likened to an artistic performance, the chef will innovatively prepare and present a series of dishes in front of the patrons, from the lightest fare to the heaviest dishes.

Not exclusive to Sashimi, the preparation process may include grilling, simmering and other cooking techniques.

Have a feel of this unique dining experience with the 10 Best Omakase in Singapore!

1. Fat Cow

10 Best Omakase in Singapore
Source: TripAdvisor
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Chope Diners’ Choice 2018 & 2019
– Exclusive deals available
– Serves a handpicked selection of the finest Wagyu from reputable farms around the world
– Wide variety of Japanese preparation methods – Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Hobayaki and the ever-popular Sumibiyaki (Charcoal-grill)
Location1 Orchard Blvd, #01-01/02 Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649
+65 6735 0308

[email protected]
Opening HoursDaily
12 pm – 3 pm
6 pm – 10.30 pm
Online Ratings / Reviews853 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.4 / 5.0 stars) 

First opened in October 2011, FAT COW‘s (the word “FAT” in FAT COW stands for luxury and a play on the word “Fatt”, which in Mandarin dialect means prosperity) restaurant design is inspired by the Japanese “Wabi-Sabi” concept – the art of finding beauty in things.

Handpicked from reputable farms worldwide, the luxurious Japanese restaurant serves the finest Wagyu over a variety of Japanese preparation methods – Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Hobayaki or the ever-popular Sumibiyaki (Charcoal-grill).

2. Shoukouwa

Source: Hungry Hoss
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Fastest restaurant around to be awarded 2 MICHELIN stars after opening
– Fresh ingredients are flown in daily from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market (previously Tsukiji Market)
– Authentic, world-class fine-dining edomae sushi experience, direct from Ginza in Tokyo
– Enjoy direct interaction and personalised attention from their chefs
Location1 Fullerton Rd, #02-02A One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
ContactTel: +65 6423 9939
Email: [email protected]
Opening HoursTue – Sat: 12.15pm – 3pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
Mon: Closed
Online Ratings / Reviews107 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6 / 5.0 stars) 

A world-class fine-dining edomae sushi experience, direct from Ginza in Tokyo, Shoukouwa serves only the best seasonal seafood and produce flown in fresh daily from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market.

With no more than eight seats right in front of the chef’s preparation table, diners will enjoy direct interaction and personalised attention from the chefs who will present diners with the purest flavours of the food with minimal cooking and manipulation.

3. Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)

Source: Carlton Hotel Singapore
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Awarded 1 Michelin star
– G Restaurant Awards: Awards of Excellence 2019 (The Peak)
– The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao Gold Award
Location76 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189558
+65 6338 6131
Opening HoursMon-Sat:
12pm – 3pm
6pm – 10.30pm

Online Ratings / Reviews275 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6 / 5.0 stars) 

 With 2 Michelin stars tucked firmly under his belt, Chef Shinji Kanesaka is undoubtedly a master of his trade.

Being Chef Kanesaka’s first venture outside Japan, Shinji by Kanesaka honours the same prodigious quality by featuring an omakase menu skillfully executed by a native Japanese team of artisan chefs.

With a passionate desire to share an appreciation for age-old Japanese culinary traditions, Shinji by Kanesaka promises an authentic dining experience while ensuring that you’re cared for.

4. Shinzo

Source: The Smart Local
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Affordable high-quality omakase
– Freshest ingredients flown in directly from Japan
– Seasonal menus
Location17 Carpenter St, #01-01, Clarke Quay
+65 6438 2921
+65 9815 7186
Opening HoursMon-Sat:
12 pm – 3 pm
6 pm – 10.30 pm

Online Ratings / Reviews155 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5 / 5.0 stars) 

With over 39 years of experience as a sushi shokunin (sushi artisan), Chef Patrick Tan is a perfectionist who continues to hone his skills and constantly pushes the envelope of culinary creativity, such as fusing non-Japanese ingredients like foie gras and century egg with traditional Japanese cuisine.

Designed to facilitate interaction between the chefs and guests and encourage conversation between strangers, Shinzo encourages patrons to share sake and have a good time together while maintaining the fine dining experience.

5. Hakumai

Source: The Ranting Panda
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Highly skilled yet down-to-earth team
– Their chef commands over two decades of experience in Haute Japanese cuisine
– Finest ingredients from Niigata Prefecture’s Koshi rice to Tsukiji Market’s seasonal seafood are imported directly from Japan
LocationInternational Plaza, #01-50A,
10 Anson Rd, Singapore 079903
+65 6224 4790
Opening HoursMon-Sat:
11.30 am – 3 pm
6 pm – 10.15 pm

Online Ratings / Reviews298 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6 / 5.0 stars) 

A homegrown culinary star, Hakumai‘s Chef Gary Ng mastered the skills of preparing sushi and the art of keeping fish fresh under the 5 years mentorship of renowned Japanese Itamae chef Nogawa.

At Hakumai, you’ll be served by the humble Chef Ng a luxurious serving of premium and authentic dishes in a fuss-free dining experience that will make you feel at home.

6. Teppei

Source: 8 Days
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Famously affordable and delicious
– 17-course omakase menu
– Keeps things interesting with regular trips to Japan to seek out fresh and novel produce
Location1 Tras Link, #01-18 Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867
+65 8831 5185

[email protected]
Opening HoursMon-Fri:
11.45am – 2.30pm
6.30pm – 10.30pm

12.00pm – 2.30pm
6.30pm – 10.30pm
Online Ratings / Reviews570 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5 / 5.0 stars) 

A famous Japanese restaurant that serves great value omakase sets, Teppei has got to be one of the hardest Omakase places to book on this list.

To be able to snag a spot here on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday, one would need to book at least a month in advance because that’s how fast the 22-seater restaurant is going to be filled up with diners if your fingers are not quick enough.

A small eatery that offers a 17-course Omakase served using the best quality ingredients at an affordable rate, dining at Teppei is definitely one you should put on your foodie bucket list.

7. Jun Omakase

Source: The Ranting Panda
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Competitive and reasonable price
– All courses are excellent, fresh and air-flown from Japan
– Impeccable service
Location3 Church St, #01-01 Samsung Hub, Singapore 049483
+65 6224 0311 

[email protected]
Opening HoursMon-Sat:

Online Ratings / Reviews159 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.6 / 5.0 stars) 

A place that offers its diners a mid-priced Omakase dining experience, Jun Omakase serves a chef selection of 7-course premium Omakase at a competitive and reasonable price.

Recommended by previous patrons for its high-quality food and excellent service, Jun Omakase‘s dishes are very well balanced, tasty and also filling without being too heavy.


Source: MIYU
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Exquisite Omakase of the Finest Quality at Sincerest Prices
– Top chef formerly from esteemed sushi and omakase restaurants Hide Yamamoto, Tsujiki Ichidai and Kacyo
– Using only the finest ingredients freshly flown from Japan for guaranteed freshness
– Menu changes with the season’s offerings
Location74 Duxton Road, Singapore 089533
+65 9839 5232
+65 8208 3168
Opening HoursMon-Sat:
12pm – 2.30 pm
6.30pm – 10.30 pm
Online Ratings / Reviews124 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.8 / 5.0 stars) 

Derived from the word kindness (実) and citrus fruit (柚), MIYU was founded on the belief in serving the finest Japanese omakase experience for diners with the sincerest prices.

Using only the finest ingredients freshly flown from Japan for guaranteed freshness, MIYU‘s Omakase menu also changes with the season’s offerings.

9. Ki-sho 葵匠

Source: Daniel Food Diary
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Best Asian Restaurant Silver Accolade (The Straits Times & Lianhe Zaobao)
– Singapore Tatler Best Restaurants
– Wine & Dine Singapore’s Top Restaurant House of Stars (Two Stars)
– Set in a heritage black-and-white bungalow along Scotts Road that once served as a residence for colonial-era civil servants
Location29 Scotts Road Singapore 228224
+65 6733 5251 

[email protected]
Opening HoursMon – Fri:
12pm – 2.30pm
6.30pm – 10.30pm

6.30pm – 10.30pm

Online Ratings / Reviews130 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.7 / 5.0 stars) 

Housed in a colonial black-and-white bungalow along Scotts Road, Ki-sho 葵匠 serves seasonally inspired ingredients through “aristocratic craftsmanship” – offering patrons a unique culinary showcase for Japanese artisanship delivered with omotenashi.

Having achieved multiple accolades which includes awards from Michelin Guide over the past few years since its operation, Ki-sho 葵匠 is undoubtedly an Omakase place to look out for.

10. Sushi Kimura

omakase in singapore_sushi kimura
Source: Sushi Kimura
Type of InformationDetails
Key Features– Fresh, wild-caught seafood
– Special attention is given to even the basic ingredients like rice, vinegar, nori and water used in cooking
– Interior designs that bring comfort, privacy and authenticity to each guest
Location390 Orchard Rd, #01-07, Singapore 238871
+65 6734 3520
+65 8428 0073

[email protected]
Opening HoursMon-Sun:
12.30pm – 3pm
7pm – 10pm
Online Ratings / Reviews196 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.7 / 5.0 stars) 

With all its ingredients sourced only from the finest, Sushi Kimura gives special attention to even the basic ingredients like rice, vinegar, nori and water used in cooking such as special A-grade Tsuya-hime organic rice that is imported from a family farm in Yamagata prefecture and Shin Nori (the highest grade nori from the soft leaves of the first harvest) that is cultivated in the Ariake sea and exclusive to Sushi Kimura.

Set in a minimalist’s enclave filled with the comforting and refreshing scent from a 150-year old Hinoki wood sushi counter, Sushi Kimura is designed to bring comfort, privacy and authenticity to every patron that steps into the place.


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We hope that this guide will be useful in helping you to help you find the best Omakase in Singapore.

On a side note, you can also check out the list of the 10 Best Korean Fried Chicken In Singapore for a taste of Korea’s Chimaek-worthy fried chicken right here in the heart of Singapore!

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