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Address
#01-01, 60 Tras Street, 078999
Asian, Japanese
+65 64382608

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Closed: Sun

$150 based on 13 submissions
Business Dining (7 votes), Lunch (5 votes), Anniversary (4 votes) ...

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.

What others are eating here

Uni sushi, $35
Uni sushi, $35
  • sushi 4 votes
  • Omakase 3 votes
  • sashimi 3 votes
  • Chirashi 1 vote
  • uni 1 vote

Latest Review for Sushi Mitsuya

Overall RatingBased on 12 reviews
Food/Drink3.7
Value3.2
Ambience3.7
Service3.6
Most helpful review:

Six&Seven reviews Sushi Mitsuya

Total Reviews: 68

Why waste time at art fairs like Art Stage Singapore when you can head down to Sushi Mitsuya at Tras Street and watch art unfold before you – the creation of sushi itself is an art. Forget those museums and those tiring walks through aisles of paintings when you can sit down at a nice Japanese restaurant and admire a different form of art.

 

Head chef Ryosuke Harada is both skillful with his knife, and the art of conversation. Previously from Sushi Hiro in Hong Kong, he spent several years in Sushi Sora at Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo before gracing our shores. Sushi Mitsuya is a quaint niche Japanese restaurant; and unlike many theatres, all the seats in the house puts you right at the heart of the action.

 

Sushi Mitsuya serves up an omakase menu, offering you either a $200++ option, or a $300++ for those with a bigger appetite. The restaurant boasts an interesting sakae collection, with a few items available exclusively to Sushi Mitsuya.

 

Needless to say, the array of sushi served was the highlight of my meal. The menu items may vary; as Chef Harada prepares the omakase menu depending on his freshest catch every week. Each sushi is prepared on the spot, and served individually to ensure freshness. The File Fish Sushi, served with its liver, is only available during winter periods as the cold weather causes the liver to fatten and be the foie gras of fish livers. The Aged Garoupa Sushi, where Chef Harada aged the garoupa for a month to intensify the flavours, was another mouth-watering piece of heaven.


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not good anymore

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 3 | Service 1
Total Review: 1

standard has dropped, everything tasted so fishy, didnt seem fresh at all. after tasting shinji. nothing quite comes close. and the price for the omakase is just too expensive for the amount and quality im getting.

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worth a revisit!

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 23

for full review, please visit: http://missy-wanderlust.blogspot.sg/2016/01/sushi-mitsuya-tras-street-singapore.html
 
 We ordered the "Mizukagami 水鏡" set. At $100++, it comprises of Appetiser, Assorted Sashimi, Assorted Cooked Dish, 6 piece Sushi Medley, a Makimono, Soup and Dessert.
 
 I would say the price is reasonable for the quality of the food and the service.

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