Please note that there are exclusively 26 seats available at Hashida Sushi, and that children must be at least 12 years old to enter the restaurant. Please bear this in mind when making your reservation.
Hashida’s renowned family of Japanese restaurants has arrived in Singapore, with a flagship outlet in the Mandarin Gallery on Orchard Road. The original Tokyo Hashida is located moments from the famous Tsukiji fish market, and it’s here that master sushi chef Tokio Hashida sources his fresh seafood. The same commitment to the artistry of sushi subsists at Hashida Sushi, where diners can expect a fine dining experience non pareil in the heart of the city.
Hashida Sushi is the latest in a noble line of family-run Japanese sushi restaurants. This Singapore member of the dynasty in Orchard Road’s Mandarin Gallery is presided over by Kenjiro Hashida, the son of founder Tokio, and himself a celebrity in the lofty Japanese sushi scene. As disciplined as his father, Kenjiro – otherwise known as chef Hatch – is proud to present Singapore with a restaurant destined to become a leading light in the city’s crowded Japanese dining scene. As always, the focus is on the season’s best, freshest ingredients, formed into sushi and sashimi served omakase-style in dining rooms that harmonise perfectly with the total experience that the best Japanese restaurants excel at providing.
Attuned to the seasons, the highlight of Hashida Sushi’s menu at the time of writing is abalone, a gourmet delicacy sourced from Kyushu and flown in four times a week to the restaurant’s Orchard Road premises. Whatever you choose from Hashida Sushi’s menu, it’s bound to be a work of edible art, thanks to Kenjiro Hashida’s leadership and his team of trained chefs’ outstanding culinary expertise. Take your seats at Hashida’s long, blonde pine group sushi counter and marvel at the skilled preparation of your sushi and sashimi, an event in itself that takes place before your very eyes. Building on perfectly prepared rice, the chefs run their restaurant according to omakase, meaning I leave it up to you – surrender to their wisdom and enjoy delicacies created from salmon roe, sea urchin, or Hokkaido crab, complemented by rare Japanese sake. As if Hashida could get any more upscale, Book a private dining event in Hashida Sushi’s exclusive room for a truly superlative Japanese sushi experience in Singapore.
Came here as a birthday treat for myself and once again savoured every bit of the experience. I often order extra pieces of sushi after to the chef's recommendation :-)
Been coming back for a while now, never fails to bore me due to the ever changing neta used as everything is obtained fresh and seasonally!
Very good place to bring friends or family for a memorable dinner/lunch! Great for special occasions and great food too! Have been revisiting for a while now
My go to place for Japanese cuisine. Lovely ambience, fantastic omasake amd sake list ,and very attentive service! Pricey but money worth spending. 2 thumbs up
The food was high quality but did not "wow" - it's a tough job - top Japanese restaurants have to walk the fine line of being innovative yet traditional. Hashida tended to stick to more traditional dishes with safe offerings of tofu/bean curd skin and chawanmushi for starters. Wife and I both agreed that we would have enjoyed the toro sushi better if it wasn't served as a "roll" - by which I mean that the chef carved thin slices carpaccio style, then roll it around a small sushi-serving rice ball. We would much prefer a big slice of toro anyday please. Was also slightly disappointed that the uni served for the Chirashi don was from out of a box instead of fresh uni (of course you have to accept the cost trade off). On the plus side, was pleasantly surprised with a "heart"-shaped sushi roll as I had indicated it was our anniversary when making our reservation. All-in-all, a well executed traditional Japanese meal that was more than good but unmemorable.
This was my first visit to Hashida, generally the food was good, but not impressionable. I feel that the shari was a bit loose and I had to be particularly careful when holding it and placing it in my mouth. The main problems I felt was the ambiance and service. Firstly, the chairs were placed too close to each other. Guests were seated elbow to elbow and I feel it was a bit unpleasant. I have been to other sushiya and I understand guests are seated all closely, but in the case of Hashida I feel it was too close for me to enjoy myself as I felt uneasy. The worst part of the experience was the sushi master. Throughout the meal he did not explain anything about what we were eating/he was serving. Even though I have a decent understanding of sushi, I thought it would be nice and courteous if he explained what fish or even just tell us what fish we were eating. Overall, I do not recommend this place just because the ambiance and service just does not match its price point. I believe there are much better sushiya in Singapore.
It was a birthday celebration, after booking, the staff called me to confirm the reservation as well as inquire about the birthday person's name. At the restaurant, the food was wonderful (as usual), the staff were friendly and prompt to change tea, clear plates etc. Very efficient and unobtrusive service, as the service level should be. There were complimentary stuff as it was to celebrate a birthday, comes with a beautiful handwritten card. It's pricey, but you get what you paid for. :)
Food was amazing - appetiser (toufu skin with ikura and chawamushi with asparagus and scallop) was delicious, sushi were fresh and Japanese fruits for dessert were juicy and naturally sweet. The chef was friendly and educated us about the different fishes of the sushi we had. Staff was polite and friendly. As it was my husband's birthday, they prepared a pair of heart shaped macarons and a birthday card. It was a very thoughtful gesture.
Everything is perfect only gripe would be with the rice. I find it abit bland. Would prefer a littler more vinegar in it. And corkage is reasonably priced except that they made us pay $3.50 for a macaroon. I find it annoying to be paying a $500 omakase dinner and yet I had to pay $3.50 for an additional macaroon. Would have appreciate more if give free. Our meal of 3 adds up to 1500 five. What is $10.50??
love the amazing fresh sushis created by the chefs. everything was so on point I enjoyed it to the fullest! the chutoro that was served to me melted in my mouth the moment I had them. SO GOOD. oh and the uni, nothing beats hokkaido uni. it's also more worth to try their most expensive set. will be back :)