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28 votes

62258433

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

$99 based on 24 reviews
Inspired by the wild forests of Japan, the restaurant ambience features natural elements that complement the traditional Japanese school of kaiseki cuisine. Kaiseki, an art that balances the taste, texture, appearance and colours of food, uses only fresh and seasonal ingredients to enhance flavours. See what foodies like this place for
Celine Asril • 29 Oct 2013288 reviews 10 followers

Colours and flavours play out beautifully on the plates here as Chef Nobu pays particular attention to his seasonable menu. In particular, the sashimi, as the fish is flown in almost daily from Japan, and the savoury dashi stock, which is a signature element used across the menu. Too bad about its interiors, which is a little too stark for our taste and can give off an uninviting vibe. It does not help that its location, smack in the middle...

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KUMO Kaiseki

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner14 votes
  • Lunch12 votes
  • Quiet9 votes
  • Fine Dining7 votes
  • Private Dining7 votes
  • Business Dining6 votes
  • Children/Family6 votes
  • After Work5 votes
  • Romance/First Dates5 votes
  • Boys Night Out4 votes
  • Girls Night Out4 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes

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Celine Asril • 29 Oct 2013288 reviews 10 followers

Colours and flavours play out beautifully on the plates here as Chef Nobu pays particular attention to his seasonable menu. In particular, the sashimi, as the fish is flown in almost daily from Japan, and the savoury dashi stock, which is a signature element used across the menu. Too bad about its interiors, which is a little too stark for our taste and can give off an uninviting vibe. It does not help that its location, smack in the middle...

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chefquak • 27 Mar 2013198 reviews 1 followers


 See full reviews & photos on my blog=http://chefquak.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/restaurant-week-35nett-lunch-kumo-kaiseki-restaurant-on-19mar2013/ 
 
 
 A friend bought lunch today. As it was DiningCity Restaurant Week (18-24mar2013), I suggested the $35nett lunch set at Kumo Kaiseki Restaurant.
 I have stopped going for Restaurant Week these days as there is nothing much on offer. S$40 lunches & S$55 dinners at the ‘Star’ restaurants like Oso, Gaia, Absinthe etc are not cheap and also usually restrictive on the menu items especially...

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Weighty Man • 26 Jan 2013707 reviews 82 followers

We've had the Kaiseki experience in Japan but never in Singapore. It was an opportunity to compare and contrast. We were invited for a food tasting in August 12.
 
The Kaiseki experience is very dependent on the chef but this day we had a choice of the beef wagyu and the ribeye.
 
Overall the Kaiseki experience is that high quality food is served in food displays that exemplify the high quality of the ingredients, you're to admire it...

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