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Hakumai Sushi & Omakase

Asian, Japanese

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9 votes

62244790​

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

$136 based on 4 reviews
At Hakumai Sushi & Omakase, guests are presented with a variety of Japanese delights prepared with ingredients of the finest and freshest quality. A menu comprising set meals, a la carte items and Omakase have been thoughtfully designed to cater to the respective tastes and budgets of guests. See what foodies like this place for
yeocw • 16 Dec 201394 reviews 35 followers

The omakase costs $150 pax. Overall, despite the price tag, its good value for money judging by the quality of food and skill in food preparation.
 
There's no point in going through the details of the dishes since omakase dishes can vary quite a lot from time to time, depending on produce from the market. Nevertheless, we had a variety of different dishes during dinner. For sashimi and sushi, it included sashimi platter with prawns, salmon and tuna, seared...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Stir fried Wagyu beef in sauce with garlicStir fried Wagyu beef in sauce with garlic
  • Grilled SanmaGrilled Sanma
  • Giant scallop with nameko mushroomsGiant scallop with nameko mushrooms
  • Grape sorbet with sweet and juicy seasonal fruitsGrape sorbet with sweet and juicy seasonal fruits
  • Sashimi platterSashimi platter
  • Snow crab with spicy roe sushiSnow crab with spicy roe sushi
  • Appetizer with fish liver, mountain yam with uni and roe, fresh oysterAppetizer with fish liver, mountain yam with uni and roe, fresh oyster
  • Otoro sushiOtoro sushi
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What others are saying...

yeocw • 16 Dec 201394 reviews 35 followers

The omakase costs $150 pax. Overall, despite the price tag, its good value for money judging by the quality of food and skill in food preparation.
 
There's no point in going through the details of the dishes since omakase dishes can vary quite a lot from time to time, depending on produce from the market. Nevertheless, we had a variety of different dishes during dinner. For sashimi and sushi, it included sashimi platter with prawns, salmon and tuna, seared...

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4everfood • 04 Oct 20132 reviews 0 followers

Evenings at Gary-san's restaurant has always been nights of great food that teases your tastebuds and laughters (jokes from Gary-san). Full of suprises and a feast for your eyes. Opt for the omakase where he will bring you on a journey of Japanese omakase that you probably have not tried before anywhere else.
 
If you do have a preference that, just let him know and he will be able to whip something up for you. No matter how full...

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Grape sorbet with sweet and juicy seasonal fruits
woceht • 13 Sep 20132 reviews 0 followers

Good lunchtime alternative to the overpopular Teppei across the street. No wait, and bento sets are reasonable, with a lot of variation to choose from. High points for really fresh and high quality ingredients, but there were some lapses in cooking technique that need to be addressed. Most egregious was overboiled soba, which was falling apart while I was trying to eat it. If they had their eye on QC it shouldn't be too hard to reboil a new batch...

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