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Koh Grill & Sushi Bar

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Located at Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, Koh Grill & Sushi Bar serves a wide range of Japanese dishes.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 91803805
$29 based on 71 submissions
After Work (16 votes), Ala Carte (11 votes), Dinner (9 votes)
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Good sushi poor service

the taste of shiokmaki sushis are realy good but however the service standard can be even poorer. It's ok about the queue, but the not black faced servers that they have. seriously if the service is even better, it'll be great

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• 02 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good sushi poor service

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the taste of shiokmaki sushis are realy good but however the service standard can be even poorer. It's ok about the queue, but the not black faced servers that they have. seriously if the service is even better, it'll be great
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• 27 May 2015 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Melts in your mouth!

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For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/02/hoshino-coffee-plaza-singapura.html

Secluded at a inconspicuous corner in Food Republic at Wisma Atrium. This hidden gem that serves the highly raved about 'Shiok Maki' is a must-go. Do expect an hour's queue during peak hour if you wish to dine in. Alternatively, taking out and settling the craving at seats in the food court sounds like a wise choice to avoid the queue. The Shiok Maki ($16.8) with avocado and unagi as its filling, is wrapped in vinegar-ed Japaneses sushi rice. A aburi salmon rest soundly on top of the sushi which is then drenched with a generous coat of cheesy mayonnaise sauce which melts in your mouth. To complete the look, the maki is decorated with a generous topping of tobiko.
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• 28 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Saturday Lunch

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Buyers beware. 

I visited this place with my parents for lunch on a Saturday. Ordered two bento sets, one was a saba with salmon sashimi, the other was teriyaki chicken and a grilled saba. Also ordered a tempura moriawase and a salmon avocado maki roll. 

When the bentos came they looked nothing like that on the menu picture. The slices of salmon sashimi measured 3cm in length and 1cm in thickness, looking so miserable in the bento box. The saba fish was the kind that was preserved and left a nauseating tingling sensation in the mouth. My teriyaki chicken was basically a grilled fillet of chicken with char-flavoured black sauce, nothing close to a proper teriyaki flavour. 

When the salmon avocado maki came I thought it would be a redeeming grace but the sushi rice was so poorly done, in one bite you would have mushy rice and bits of hard rice. It's like they overcooked a batch then tried to salvage it by undercooking another batch and then mixed them together. 

Long story short, don't come here expecting proper Japanese food. It's Singaporean-Japanese at best.

Cost $55 for what I would consider $30 food.

Had to go next door to toastbox to wash away the nausea with a strong cup of coffee. 
 

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