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Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Closed: Sun

$156 based on 7 reviews
Sushi Mitsuya is a niche Japanese sushi restaurant focused on providing an exclusive and bespoke dining experience, taking the art of Omakase to heights as yet unexplored. The intimate hinoki-wood sushi counter will be helmed by Head Chef, Ryosuke Harada. See what foodies like this place for
TheEmpireStrikesBack • 20 Jan 201427 reviews 0 followers

Take 2 at Sushi Mitsuya didn't disappoint... This time, I went for a very simple Chirashi Bowl, which was pleasantly more than just the rice bowl... 2 appetizers, Chirashi Bowl, soup and dessert, and the $50++ lunch was even more reasonable than I though it would be... And mostly importantly, the rice was cooked well, and all the flavours mixed well... I reckon my 3rd visit is not only assured, but will probably be a dinner and am already looking forward to it!


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TheEmpireStrikesBack • 20 Jan 201427 reviews 0 followers

Take 2 at Sushi Mitsuya didn't disappoint... This time, I went for a very simple Chirashi Bowl, which was pleasantly more than just the rice bowl... 2 appetizers, Chirashi Bowl, soup and dessert, and the $50++ lunch was even more reasonable than I though it would be... And mostly importantly, the rice was cooked well, and all the flavours mixed well... I reckon my 3rd visit is not only assured, but will probably be a dinner and am already looking forward to it!


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TheEmpireStrikesBack • 21 Nov 201327 reviews 0 followers


 
 Sushi Mitsuya, like most 'better sushi restaurants' in Singapore, offers a 'better value lunch' and for the $100 course meal I had (excluding the additional $25 for a single aburi otoro sushi nigiri, which was also very good) I left a happy camper and will certainly be back! Not only does Harada-san have the skills in terms of both execution of his sushi, but he also makes one of the better rice around (not the best, but...

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foodolicious • 16 Aug 2013136 reviews 0 followers

Sushi Mitsuya is one of the few restaurants that serve edo-mae sushi as a fine dining concept in a very zen restaurant. These sushi were named as edomae sushi as they are prepared from fish that is freshly caught from the Edo bay or Tokyo bay. Having been to Shinji (that is owned by michelin starred shinji Kanesaka), I thought that I may have similar if not just slightly less good but still superb sushi from Sushi Mitsuya and I...

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