About FORT by Maison Ikkoku
Dear diners, please contact the restaurant directly for any special requests. The beverage menu is only available when sitting in the bar area.
Session 1: 18.30
Session 2: 20.30
At the stunning Fort Canning Arts Centre on Cox Terrace, FORT by Maison Ikkoku is elevating fusion cuisine to the level of fine art. This restaurant mixes the contemporary with fiercely modern design to bring you a dining space that is unlike anywhere else in Singapore. Japanese-style Omakase with a French influence is the main draw to this restaurant, so we recommend coming with an open mind and letting yourself be surprised by the fantastic dishes available. Book early to snag a table at this stunning restaurant in Singapore’s Dhoby Ghaut.
- Monday 16:00 - 00:00
- Tuesday 16:00 - 00:00
- Wednesday 16:00 - 00:00
- Thursday 16:00 - 00:00
- Friday 16:00 - 01:00
- Saturday 16:00 - 01:00
- Sunday 16:00 - 00:00
Make your way to Cox terrace in Fort Canning Park the next time you’re craving innovative Japanese cuisine and superb cocktails – here you’ll find one of Singapore’s best new restaurants in the form of FORT by Maison Ikkoku, a stunning fusion restaurant that is offering locals a luxurious dining experience. Whether it’s your first time here or your hundredth, we’re certain you’ll be blown away by the specialities brought to you by senior master mixologist and Executive chef Ethan Leslie Leong, whose passion for Asian and European cooking is reflected in the masterful dishes he prepares. Found only steps from Dhoby Ghaut MRT station, FORT by Maison Ikkoku is a must-visit in the heart of the city.
At Singapore’s FORT by Maison Ikkoku, the cocktails are as big of a drawcard as the food. With a master mixologist running the restaurant, you know you’re in good hands here, and cocktails like their signature Bloody Blue Mary on offer, it’s hard to say no to a drink or two. After you’ve wet your whistle, we highly recommend ordering FORT by Maison Ikkoku’s famous 12-course omakase menu and take a journey through the world’s best flavours, all expertly crafted and beautifully served. There’s so much to look forward to here in the historic Fort Canning Park, so make sure to reserve ahead of time for an exceptional fusion feast at this Dhoby Ghaut legend.
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Very different omakse dining experience with friendly staffs and great food! Would recommend for romantic or birthday celebration. Try to get the seats at bar so that you can watch the barista "perform"
Nice ambience with polite waiters and waitresses, quite a fantastic place to indulge with the good food. All 12 course omakase servings are well portioned.
Went with my gf for the omakase meal. Great atmosphere, very nice and stentive staff and food and drinks are amazing! Will definitely come back.
Very interesting experience, creative menu especially bespoke cocktails made according to personal preference, bar and kitchen is open Yiu can see how food and drinks are prepared
Great restaurant! Wonderful food, quiet and lovely ambiance, out of the way location is perfect for a quiet dinner. Wish that the 12 course dinner that we chose has a bit more meats especially the vegetarian noodles.. would have been great with some pork belly! Everything was delicious and fresh and the cocktails inspiring! They did a wonderful job surprising my boyfriend with a little surprise with our dessert. The staff was beyond amazing.. they got to know us and were genuine and thoughtful all around. Absolutely loved the customized cocktails and the infused vodkas/gins! Looking forward to another special occasion to go back!
Cosy restaurant/bar. Mostly bar seats. Enjoyed our Omakase set, which was great value. Loved the oyster shooter, foie gras nigiri, and salmon slider. Only miss was the tuna sushi, which was too spicy for both of us. The cocktails were AMAZING! We just told the bartender what we felt like... sweet/sour/spicy/fruity/whatever, and he just went to do his thing... coming back with MAGIC 😄. Will go back again.
Quite disappointed. No surprise of the omakase. They just use the normal normal food for the omakase... no sashimi at all.... no expensive ingredients... but the price of this set of omakase ($68++ per pax) not cheap though... if using this price, I can eat an expensive dinner in a nice restaurant. We were also unhappy about the way the waiter served us.... we were the 1st customer that evening, but he arranged the seats that got water dropping from the top.... there were around 20+ seats in the restaurant... only those 2 seats got issue!!! We realized water dropping while most customers were in... so we could not choose better seats....
Loved the ambience and decor. Food was pretty good, some interesting courses. Dessert was a little disappointing, matcha ice-cream with bits of vanilla (which was a bit dry and chalky). The bespoke cocktails were good but rather pricey. I didn't appreciate that they opened 2 bottles of water (and charged us accordingly) at the same time. 1 would have been enough, probably. Service was otherwise good.
There always surprise for every visit.. Go experience it yourself to have the surprise. Do highlight if you are allergic to any food as the chef will fine tune it so you can enjoy the food too
I love the selection of dishes prepare for the 12 course omakase menu. Love the ambience. Hospitable bartender & waitress. Restaurant wasn't pack on the date & time that I've chosen for my meal so it's quiet & private..
Had the 12-course omakase meal for $68++. Food was great and value for money. Had the earl grey gin and it was amazing. Would love to go back to try more cocktails!
The ambience is great and the food is awesome. Is totally worth it . Although the place was a little bit small . I tried the cocktail and its surprise me !
Exclusive hidden bar! The entrance of the bar looks too modern to match the concept of interior and corridor (balcony). Sitting at corridor is lovely, if only they can make seats more comfortable for dinning. The cocktail met the expectation of Maison Ikkoku, but food is overpriced.
Loved the 12 course omakase dinner. It was an experience ordering bespoke drinks but it was so satisfying. The juices used in the drinks were freshly squeezed at the bar!
Service was very good. The food were all well portioned. Me and my wife enjoyed very much and we will sure go back again the next time.
Really enjoyed the intimate dining experience and conversations with the staff and mixologists. A cosy place with good food and great bespoke cocktails. Attentive and good service.
great service, great food, lovely romantic ambience. the omakase dishes were all simply stunning and offered a delectable mix of taste, texture and the right portioning
Although it is within the pricey range, the experience and the food is fantastic! The customized cocktails are very unique, will definitely visit the restaurant again!
Good service and good range of dishes. The bespoke cocktails were also solid as they used fresh ingredients. Would reccomend for special occasions or birthdays
Food was nice but didn't give a satisfactory feeling after the end of all 12 courses. Spent approx $230 (2 omakase + 2 cocktails). Can get a more satisfying Japanese meal elsewhere for the price paid.
The cocktails were really good. But I personally find the new year dishes were very common. I would want to try omakase again after Chinese new year period.
Don't buy the still water, it's $9 per bottle! Apart from that, all is well. The food was pretty but the service is fair considering the price we paid. Worth going perhaps once a year?
Nice innovative cuisine. The atmosphere was great for chilling out. The staff were super friendly and helpful especially when we were there with our little baby. Greatly recommended.
We celebrated our wedding anniversary at the Fort and Adrian prepared a lovely fruits platter for us. The bespoke cocktails are great!! We enjoyed ourselves.
Food was Ok, cocktail was good but think it was over priced. They charged a cup of green tea made from tea bag at $9++. Don't think I will go back.
Service is good. Food is great. We missed out the Omakase serving time so we had to order from the ala alerte menu. Oyster is fresh and sashimi is great.
For the omakase menu, some dishes were great, but some are not. The portion sizing is inconsistent and I had noticeably smaller portions than my partner for some dishes.
The staff was attentive and made sure we were comfortable. The wagyu beef was strangely tough and hard to chew. I will try other omasake offerings before returning.
Interesting atmosphere, food is average to good though not worth the price. recommend to try once if curious. Location is a tad inconvenient unless u drive.
Good place for a slow and relax meal of about 3 hours with drinks to go along... reasonable price... furniture outlay could b better thou...
Food was normal but the staff are friendly. Only will go for the first time experience. Other than that, think u will not go again.
Food was not bad if it was priced at $35/pax, but at 68++/ pax I expected much more! The otoro, perhaps the priciest ingredient served, was the worst otoro i've ever tasted. Not worth the money
Good place for drink with nice service and atmosphere. You need to try food as well.
The food is really not up to expectation as the ingredient is of low quality and the taste is not even comparable to sushi tei, only the customized drinks are good. Ambience is ok but the place is a bit too small.
Service was bad. Nobody was expecting us when we first came. Wish they can offer me a bottle of sake and get through the whole service. It was dreadful .