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Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant

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Located at the 9th floor of M Hotel, Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant specialises in Japanese cuisine. The restaurant believes in using fresh Hokkaido seafood and ingredients that are flown in from Japan almost on a daily basis.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62213075
$70 based on 37 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Lunch (14 votes), Quiet (14 votes)
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10 people for Saturday lunch. It was a set menu for a birthday party. The food whilst not spectacular, was good value for money. It was served promptly and hot. The staff are very friendly and polite. This is the 3rd time in the past 12 months I have been here for a party and would recommend it for such an occasion.

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• 26 Jan 2015 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

Very Good Value

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Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant is currently offering a really good value promotion for those who book online. An old school setting that plays the oldies, the place serves a wide menu with alcohol to match.

This six course festive promotion which usually goes for $115 is now available at just $68 for dinner, which is really good deal. Now here's the sweetener - the waitress advised me that even with this deal the portions are too large for one to handle, and at a recent visit, that proved to be true as the two of us were full from just sharing one portion.

The meal started with the chilled pita tofu to open up the palette.

This was quickly followed by fresh salmon, tuna and yellowtail sashimi.

The third course was a fried squid, with a tinge of salted egg yolk for a pretty tasty treat.

Next was the tempura course of a large fresh prawn with two mushrooms.

This was then followed by a grilled Gin Karei - a flat fish that does not have a fishy after-taste.

Next was the unagi don, or grilled eel on Japanese rice and a side of miso soup.

By now I was pretty full, but there was still three different makis to try.

I actually ordered a side of chirashi don to share with my dining partner but the restaurant was kind enough to cancel it when they realised that I could not even finish a course meant for one between the two of us. Now that's a sign of real good value.




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• 23 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

excellent food, superb service

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found this restaurant through HGW, and I think it's a very good recommendation. The food was very delicious, especially the sashimi & tempura.
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• 14 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst service ever

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Went for dinner with family -- 4 adults 2 kids. Ordered a la carte for kids, sets for adults. Asked for kids food to be served first. Reminded staff each time 1 course arrived. We were into 3rd course of 6 course set before 1 item arrived. By 4th course still no sign of other kid's food. Told that it was delivered to wrong table. Ay 5th course the food arrived but wrong item (despite confirmation before ordering). Absolutely no attempt at service recovery. Totally spoilt our mood as we were there for a celebration. Disappointed.
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