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Shinzo Japanese Cuisine

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Shinzo Japanese Cuisine is a sushi bar serving delicious and well prepared sushi with varieties. Shinzo specializes in quality sushi and Omakase dinners. At Shinzo, one can expect nothing less than the freshest ingredients flown in from Japan.

Mon - Sat: 15:00 - 13:00

Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

+65 64382921
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Japanese food worth trying

Had the lunch special and it was superb. Fresh sashimi, succulent grilled cod and nicely fried tempura, what more can you ask for? Yes there is. Service is prompt and the chefs cooking and preparing the food will even clear the plates for you besides the very overwhelmed waitress. They even remembered what every guests ordered and served the dishes as accurately as they can. It was my first time there but I noticed many regulars as they had a good chat with chef Lawrence as if they are old friends. But 'new comers' are not left out. Every chef seemed to know you by the time you step into the restaurant and they address you by name already. Now that's a restaurant that I will go back again!

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• 15 Aug 2014 • 2 reviews • 10 followers

Japanese food worth trying

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Had the lunch special and it was superb. Fresh sashimi, succulent grilled cod and nicely fried tempura, what more can you ask for? Yes there is. Service is prompt and the chefs cooking and preparing the food will even clear the plates for you besides the very overwhelmed waitress. They even remembered what every guests ordered and served the dishes as accurately as they can. It was my first time there but I noticed many regulars as they had a good chat with chef Lawrence as if they are old friends. But 'new comers' are not left out. Every chef seemed to know you by the time you step into the restaurant and they address you by name already. Now that's a restaurant that I will go back again!
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• 25 Jun 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

good hideout... food n meet

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Came once on Sunday but closed. Finally had dinner here hours ago. Food is definitely not the best but we can see the efforts put in by the chef in preparation of the cuisine. Sushi fresh that melted in your mouth was something worth mentioning. Just like to mention that there were some diners who talked do loudly that spoilt the ambience.
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• 19 May 2014 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Intimate & Value for money Omakase experience

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What makes a good dining experience?

Food? Authenticity? Ambience? Price? Service? Decor? Cleanliness?

At Shinzo, honesty happens to be the best dish served up by head chef Lawrence Chia.

Shinzo is a small and cosy establishment that has been open for 6 months now. I recommend sitting by the counter where Lawrence will painstakingly attend to you and ask how you’re finding each dish or how your day was. It probably isnt the most authentic Japanese establishment around given that Lawrence is this full on hokkien spouting head chef that readily offers you shots of sake, neither do they serve up the best sushi.

But Shinzo offers something else that is hard to come by these days – honesty.

Honesty of expression.

For full review, please visit: http://thisboyswallows.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/shinzo-carpenter-street/

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