Fukusen Japanese Restaurant

Bugis · Japanese · $$$$
Excellent
5.1/6
105 Reviews

About Fukusen Japanese Restaurant

Bugis might not be the obvious place to grab a spot of sushi, but bear with us. Amid the mosques, curry houses and assorted Indian influences that abound between Nicoll Highway and Kallang Road, you can find Fukusen Japanese Restaurant, ensconced in the Hotel Clover on Jin Sultan. Their take on the cuisine of the Land of the Rising Sun is exquisite and indulgent: take on one of their 5, 7 or 8 course options as laid out by cousins and chefs Liow Wei Siong and Liow Wei Kim, packed with Japanese specialities laid out in a Singapore style, such as spinach scallop carpaccio and wagyu tata aburi, grilled beef with egg yolk. Book a table now – they do get busy so we heavily recommend it – and take the MRT out to Nicholl Highway for a superlative meal.

Chef's Choice

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Appetizers

Edamame

Boiled green soybean

Tako Wasabi

Raw octopus seasoned with wasabi sauce

Wagyu Tataki

Thinly-sliced lightly seared Japanese wagyu beef
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Signature

Ninniku Tori

Homemade garlic sauce with chicken

Spinach Scallop Carpaccio

Homemade spinach sauce with scallop and truffle oil

Wagyu Tata Aburi

Raw beef lightly grilled on outside with egg yolk
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Sushi

Salmon

2 pcs

Amaebi

Sweet prawn

Akami

Regular tuna (2 pcs)
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Noodles

Zaru Soba

Cold buckwheat noodles

Inaniwa Udon

Hot thin wheat noodles with soup

Tempura Inaniwa Udon

Tempura thin wheat noodles with soup

Further Information

Perhaps not always recognised in Singapore is that high quality food can also be surprisingly affordable. What’s more, this type of food is often found in the areas of Singapore you might not necessarily expect, but, amid the mosques, curry houses and assorted Indian influences that abound between Nicoll Highway and Kallang Road, Fukusen Japanese Restaurant is one to behold. Set inside in Hotel Clover on Jin Sultan, here you’ll find a superb range of Japanese dishes that are affordable whilst still making use of premium produce flown in twice weekly from Japan all the way to Bugis.

Fukusen Japanese Restaurant focuses on bento and rice bowl sets for lunch and then Omakase dining – Omakase being a Japanese phrase that means ‘I’ll leave it up to you’ – in the evening. Everything is fresh and everything is beautifully presented, just like the dining space itself, which may explain why this Bugis restaurant is so popular among Japanese food lovers that aren’t even staying at the hotel. People of Singapore, what are you waiting for?

105 Reviews

"Excellent"6/6
Karic G.11 hours ago · 2 reviews

Gotta walk a little distance from Nicoll Highway MRT but it was worth it. Food is fresh and really yummy! The restaurant is comfortable for date night or just get together with friends.

"Excellent"6/6
Charlene W.18 hours ago · 1 review

Great people, great food. Had the uni bowl which was very fresh. The tiny crabs were like crackers and definitely worth a try! A little expensive but worth it. Will be back for a celebratory meal.

"Excellent"6/6
stephanie p.7 days ago · 1 review

Celebrated friend's birthday. Small treat for birthday gal was a surprise! Service was and staff were friendly. Food was awesome. Value for money.. The ambience is good.

"Excellent"6/6
Doris L.9 days ago · 1 review

Good customer service and had a great birthday celebration at the restaurant, Staff arranged free ice cream and birthday message for my hubby. Will go back again.

"Good"4/6
Cheryl Y.6 months ago · 3 reviews

Service was good, chef was friendly, food was fresh and good value. We sat at the bar so we could see the chef in action, that's always good fun to me. We had the uni rice bowl which had a good amount of uni topped with an egg yolk marinated in soy. Mix the both together with the rice, rich and flavourful. The Fukusen Chirashi was well portioned and the ingredients were fresh. Was a lovely Tuesday night. Will be back to try their omakase meal. If i had to be fussy, there's a distinct sound emitted from the kitchen which bothered me slightly, but by the time the food came, I was a happy camper.

"Great"5/6
imgPearly A.6 months ago · 2 reviews

The quality of the food was awesome - we tried the sashimi (5 types) which was fresh. The tendon was tasty (portion a little small IMO), as was the tori karaage and garlic fried rice. The service was great too! One of the wait staff noticed the table was shaky and rectified it by stuffing a piece of paper underneath, even though we didn't say anything. They were super patient with our boisterous group of the 8 of us. A return visit is definitely needed!

"Good"4/6
STEPHANIE T.a year ago · 2 reviews

I had eaten in this restaurant 2 years ago and really loved it. However, this time I was quite disappointed by the quality of food. The fish tasted thawed with little flavour and the cream cheese in one dish tasted old or rancid. The unique dishes were missing. It seemed like corners were cut. This is no surprise as most places need to do this to survive the astronomical rent to make ends meet. However, the atmosphere is lovely and cosy with excellent service. Perhaps people don't notice the difference since most of the patrons were on their phones throughout their meal.

"Great"5/6
Tricia H.2 months ago · 2 reviews

Service was great! Specified that I was celebrating a birthday and they reserved a sofa seat for 2 of us and even gave us a complimentary birthday cake (ice cream). Food was good. Even the rice itself tasted delicious! Ambience wise, it was a little noisy due to other patrons. However, it was pretty cosy and still a good place to dine at :)

"Excellent"6/6
Shiling W.9 months ago · 1 review

Knowing it was my boyfriend's birthday, the restaurant gave us a pleasant surprise by presenting us with a ice cream with a candle. They even offered to sing him a birthday song. I like the fact that they actually went the way out to ensure we have a good time.

"Excellent"6/6
Billy y.7 months ago · 1 review

Omakase Quality of food is fantastic. Waiting time is a bit long as restaurant is crowded during our visit most of them doing the package. Highly recommend the crunchy fresh oyster, foie gras mushroom and shading. Very fresh and delicious ingredient. Chef and staff are very friendly. Will visit again.

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Address

Fukusen Japanese Restaurant
33 Jalan Sultan #01-02
Singapore 198965

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 6:00 pm
Wednesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Thursday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Friday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Saturday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sunday
Always closed
Monday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Tuesday
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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