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Shiraishi

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Located at Ritz Carlton Hotel, Shiraishi serves the finest and authentic Japanese Cuisine.

Dress code: Smart Casual

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 63383788
$132 based on 18 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Quiet (6 votes), Business Dining (5 votes)
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Enjoyable lunch..!!

I have enjoy my lunch with my wife at this Japanese fine dining restaurant, the staff are attentive, friendly and warmed. Their sushi and sashimi are fresh and their bento are above par. Go for it..!!

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• 17 Mar 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Enjoyable lunch..!!

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I have enjoy my lunch with my wife at this Japanese fine dining restaurant, the staff are attentive, friendly and warmed. Their sushi and sashimi are fresh and their bento are above par. Go for it..!!
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• 16 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Kenna Ke-toke

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Third or fourth visit today and walked away feeling cheated. Always enjoyed the the freshness of the sashimi of this restaurant. I have tried the lunch set meals on previous visits and enjoyed them thoroughly. Was short on time today so we decided to just order a 2 medium chiraishizushi and sashimi for 2.

Prices are fixed for chiraishizushi so that was fine, Sashimi platter for 2 which included 2 prawns, 2 slices of tuna belly, 2 slices of tuna cheeks, 2 slices of geoduck, 2 slices of scallops and 4 slices of fish and the bill for the sashimi- $150. That works out to $10.70 per slice of sashimi.

I was wondering why the chef took the bill from the waitress and wrote some things on it, which never happened before.

Want to ke-toke also not like mah. Do not recommend unless you want to walk away an idiot.
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• 05 Mar 2012 • 153 reviews • 2 followers

great japanese food!

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one of the best japanese restaurants in town with the whole package of wonderful ambience and great food.

for pictures and a detailed review: http://hungryinsingapore.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/shiraishi-lunch/

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