Sushi Kimura

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Sushi Kimura Address 390 Orchard Road #01-07 Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871
Sushi Kimura Nearest MRT NS22 TE14 Orchard MRT
Sushi Kimura Website Website
Sushi Kimura Phone +65 6734 3520
Sushi Kimura Opening Hours Monday : Closed
Tuesday : 12:30pm - 03:00pm, 07:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday - Sunday : 12:00pm - 03:00pm, 07:00pm - 10:00pm
Sushi Kimura Food Price S$175 - S$300 per pax

What people say about Sushi Kimura

66 reviews
  • Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150 yrs old tree

  • The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s

  • The service is as personal and the food as exquisite

  • It's a lean part of the tuna with little fibers

  • As well as omakase with other non sushi dishes

  • It's inari sushi with uni and freshly grated truffles

  • Chef Akane's inari sushi is very refined

  • The beancurd was cooked in her special housemade dashi

  • You'll love the kaiseki dishes cos Chef Akane is the best kaiseki chef around

  • Haji (from $180) and Raku (from $250) or go hard with the Dinner Menu — Enshu (from $280)

  • Go for the Haji to get a taste of their to die for Signature Rice Bowl with all that uni

  • Then there is the pickle that you look forward to in the middle of your chew

  • All this paired with Tamba Natamame tea which was really lovely

  • The 22 seater restaurant is generally packed especially on weekends

  • Especially at the 150 year old Hinoki wood sushi counter is quite a commodity

  • The richness of the neta is cut by organic Fujisu vinegar imported from iio jozo

  • The set we ordered gave us a complete display of the seasonal variety that was offered that day

  • Scallop before finishing off with his signature rice bowl where ikura

  • Seasonal starter yuba with ikura and grated yuzu

  • It's already a given that the ingredients are as fresh as they can be

  • Chef Akane blanched it with konbu stock

  • She regularly conducts kaiseki event at Sushi Kimura where every dish is her creation

  • I need to have faith in him to know what’s best in season (like this absolute stunner of an akagai /ark shell for example) and more importantly

  • Chef Tomoo fits the bill perfectly and that is why whenever I am in the mood to spoil myself with sushi

  • His restaurant is the first and only place that comes to mind

  • Each meal here is a memorable dining experience due to his affable nature and his willingness to educate me on the finer points of sushi

  • Did you know that miso soup is often served after a meal to help in digestion

  • Truly it’s my best sushi Omakase meal

  • Sakura milk pudding with preserved Sakura flowers

  • The milk pudding was so good that I cherished every mouthful

  • I didn’t ponder on it too long as it was too delicious to resist

  • Chef Kimura san spoilt us rotten with this to die for combination

  • I think this is my first time having this

  • I am so happy with all the new relationships that Chef Kimura san has fostered as we are all beneficiaries now

  • Every movement filled with purpose and graceful fluidity

  • If you had watched my earlier video when Chef Kimura san was slicing the engawa

  • This is really a prized bite as the engawa is only a small piece near the fin of the sharkskin halibut

  • So oishii that it left me wanting more and yet at the same time really grateful that Chef Kimura san was ever so kind to let us have this sublime piece

  • It’s also known as Sunazuri toro and is especially prized for its fat

  • This video you can hear our friendly banter with Chef Kimura san

  • I've decided the best way to do this justice is the good old fashioned way

  • Monaka filled with golden ikura and cream cheese

  • Some fishes also evolve with the change in season

  • It was more than slices of fish served with ginger and wasabi

  • As she surprised me with this exquisite display of hotaru ika (firefly squid) and kinmedai (golden eye snapper)

  • Today’s Omakase (we chose the $250++ option) featuring spring’s seasonal items was positively ambrosial

  • All the seafood we were served tasted like they’re at their peak of deliciousness

  • It looks like Chef’s recent visits to Japan are reaping rewards

  • The relationships he’s been cultivating with new suppliers across the country is bearing fruit so to speak

  • Spring’s bounty from the sea was impossible to resist

  • Hotaru Ika and Sawara but only for a few moments because devouring them was our ultimate goal

  • The level of freshness of everything on this platter was astonishing

  • The final touch is a little heap of ikura and freshly grated wasabi

  • Managed to up its game with the sweetness of the crab

  • Its consistency was the bullseye of bullseyes between solid and liquid

  • The presentation of the milk pudding was a piece of art in itself with a sprig of preserved via salt cherry blossom

  • It came with sudachi jelly mixed with freshwater weed and freshly shaved wasabi

  • Meticulously monitoring each firefly squid as they were simmered in the stock

  • The maguro was marinated overnight

  • It was really delicious and I was surprised how the texture of the yam really complemented the Zuke

  • Spring is often time for shirauo and this time steamed with namanori in Oita eggs

  • Hotaru ika and sawara which Chef Kimura san told us was best in season

  • I noticed there was a distinct change in the quality of the fishes and I asked Kimura san about it

  • It’s always good here but this time I felt it was outstanding

  • He said he had built new relationships with the fishermen in Japan and these are from his visits

  • Japanese suppliers are all about relationships and I am so glad that although Chef Kimura san is based here in Singapore

Questions & Answers About Sushi Kimura

    1. Take North South Line MRT
    2. Alight at NS22 TE14 Orchard MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit E - ION Orchard / Wheelock Place
    4. Walk about 342 meters from Exit E - ION Orchard / Wheelock Place to Sushi Kimura, walking time is around 6 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Sushi Kimura are
    • Delfi Orchard (bus stop no 09169) is 135 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 7, 36, 36B, 77, 105, 106, 111, 123, 132, 174, 174e, 502, 502A will stop in this bus stop.
    • Royal Thai Embassy (bus stop no 09179) is 139 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 7, 36, 36B, 77, 105, 106, 111, 123, 132, 174, 174e, 502, 502A will stop in this bus stop.
    • Opp Four Seasons Hotel (bus stop no 09111) is 239 meters away around 4 mins walk, bus service no 7, 36, 36A, 36B, 77, 105, 106, 111, 123, 132, 174, 174e, NR8 will stop in this bus stop.
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