Sentosa is serving up some delicious sushi, sashimi, ramen and more Oishi! Eats
Although cuisine from all parts of the world is available on Sentosa, Japanese food seems to be a firm favorite. There are excellent restaurants serving omakase meals, our quick and casual cafes with light bites from the land of the rising sun. We round up all of them in this handy guide.
Hide By Hide Yamamoto features a casual Japanese dining concept, where guests can enjoy a unique experience of dining in front of a Teppanyaki counter where chefs perform right in front of their eyes. Signature dishes include Truffle Chawanmushi topped with fresh Uni, that gives off a soft and silky finish. Others include Young Chicken with Truffle Butter Rice, topped with even more freshly shaved truffles.
#01-04/05 & #01-06, 2 Gunner Lane, Mess Hall at Sentosa, Singapore 099567
Opening Hours Tuesday – Wednesday, Friday – Sunday
Japanese tourists hungry for a taste of home, or Japan food lovers eager to sample rare treats and confections should seek out Little Hokkaido at RWS. Here is a cluster of stalls selling Ohara Farm’s soft ice-cream, and the cheesecake from Snaffles both of which boast the rich Hokkaido dairy flavor.
Opening Hours Daily: 10 am – 10 pm
Location Resorts World Sentosa, Bull Ring, Level 1
Ramen Keisuke has introduced numerous never-before ramen flavors and revolutionized the concept of Japanese comfort food dining in Singapore. Inspired by French cooking techniques, the Ramen King has continuously strived to ensure a unique unami-ness in every ramen specialty, setting itself apart from the rest.
Opening Hours Daily: 11 am – 10 pm
Location The Forum, Basement 1
Experience Japanese fine dining at its best at Sushi Kondo Restaurant. Located within the intimate settings of Sentosa Golf Club, the restaurant is helmed by Kondo Masayuki – Head Chef at Nogawa Restaurant from 2005 to 2012.
Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892
Tuesday – Sunday Lunch:11.30 am – 2.30 pm | Dinner: 5.30 – 10 pm
For the finest Japanese meal on the island, settle for nothing but the most ‘novelle’ plates from celebrity chef Hal Yamashita’s kitchens at Syun. The 50-seater eatery is intimate and refined, and menus feature the finest seafood, meat, and produce from the land of the rising sun. Signature dishes include Grilled Cod with Saikyo Miso and the insta-famous Sea Urchin Rolled by Wagyu Beef.
Resorts World Sentosa, Crockfords Tower, Lobby
Opening Hours Wednesday – Sunday
Lunch: 11am (1st Seating) | 1pm (2nd Seating)
Dinner: 6pm (1st Seating) | 8pm (2nd Seating)
A meal at Teppan is peppered with teppanyaki-cooked dishes, cocktail mixology and flambé desserts all highlights Michelin-starred Chef Yonemura signature French-Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is intimate with only 8 or 13 seats and guarantees an exclusive delicious dining experience.
The Forum, Level 1
Opening Hours Lunch: 12 pm – 2.30 pm | Dinner: 6 pm – 10 pm
(Closed every Tues and Wed, except eve of and on Public Holidays)