Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 01:00
Sat: 17:00 - 02:00
Closed: Sun & PH
KOI Sushi + Izakaya serves delicious Japanese cuisine with cosy environment.
The salmon aburi made on the spot and served at $7 for 2 is EXCELLENT. The chef's tuna aburi is good too and sashimi is fresh. This is currently part of the $30 nett per pax AMEX promotion: http://promotions.hungrygowhere.com/ ending on 25 April 2014. The items in the promotion comes in small portions but offers a sample of the items on the menu. Or just go for the aburi items and skip the rest for the same price.
I come to Club Street regularly and chanced upon this restaurant tucked away next to Pistola. Being in the mood for some drinks and light bites, my friends and I stepped into the restaurant.
The restaurant is long and had bar counter seats with a small alcove for groups of people to hang out. They have a variety of Japanese Beer (Kirin beer on tap and Hitachino beer in bottles), in addition to Japanese Whisky (Suntory Yamazaki, etc).
As it was a quick chill-out session, we ordered Kirin beer. For food, we ordered:
- Sashimi (Salmon and Hamachi - the fish served were fresh!)
- Sushi (Aburi Salmon belly and tuna) – being an open concept kitchen where the chef worked behind the bar counter, it was a treat to see the chef blow-torch the sushi in front of us!)
- California rolls, cucumber rolls and spicy tuna rolls
- Hand rolls (California, Tuna belly and Unagi)
- Yakitori items (Chicken, mushrooms, bacon-asparagus and sausages)
All went well with the beer.
Overall, a great place to chill, and there are tables just outside the restaurant, along the five foot way, if you want to sit outside and watch the world go by, while enjoying your drinks.
Came here on a weekend with a party of 5. Decided to give this new place a try after a local colleague's recommendation.
We went in with the intention to grab some drinks but was surprised to learn that they were actually serving sushi past midnight. They have some good Japanese beers(which i had while working in Tokyo some years back) and a wide range of twisted cocktails that were exclusive. We ordered some sashimi, sushi and yakitori along with some rare Japanese craft beers. And to our delight, the food was AWESOME!!!! Not only was the food fresh, its quality was near perfection and exceptional for a small izakaya like theirs. On top of these, there was a guest DJ on set spinning some house music, hyping up the atmosphere.
Individually, we paid around $25 for both food and drinks. Surprisingly great food, good range of beers, lively crowd, friendly wait staffs. Highly recommended by us.