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The M Hotel Singapore along Anson Road is more a dining, drinking and entertainment hub plus four-star accommodation than it is a straight ahead hotel, with a bar known for its live music revue and not one but two onsite restaurants, open to the public as well as guests. One of these is Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant, way up on the 9th floor and home to a large, atmospheric dining area with a 14-seater sushi counter and four private rooms available for reservation. The sushi, sashimi, tempura, hand-rolls and many other classics of Japanese cuisine are created from ingredients flown in daily from the kitchen’s trusted suppliers, making this a top-flight sushi restaurant in Tanjong Pagar.
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The staffs were very helpful and friendly. Food was fresh and good.
This has got to be my favourite sushi a la carte buffet ever.
At Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant, the utmost care has been taken to ensure that only the freshest premium ingredients make it to table – and this isn’t an empty boast. This genuinely top-quality Japanese restaurant towers over the competitive Tanjong Pagar dining scene in more ways than one. Yes, it’s on the 9th floor of the M Hotel Singapore down Anson Road; but it’s the fact that Hokkaido Sushi has gone to great lengths to seek out accredited suppliers for everything from the rice to the seasonal fresh fish, beef, sake and drinks that makes the place stand out as a sushi restaurant par excellence.
Both the rice used in the sushi (nanatsuboshi) and the rice that accompanies the restaurant’s traditional Japanese dishes (stickier, sweeter yumepirika) is imported from Hokkaido by Tawayara; the fish and seafood (including the prized otoro tuna belly, plus many Japanese fruit and vegetable produce) is air-freighted not from the famous Tsukiji market in Tokyo but from Sapporo in Hokkaido, offering a different range than is the norm in Singapore’s best sushi restaurants; the beef is from the same supplier – Japan Ohmi Wagyu – of Shiga Wagyu offered to the Edo-era Japanese emperor! Clearly a must for any East Asian food aficionado, this is one Tanjong Pagar Japanese restaurant whose pedigree demands a booking.