If you’re looking for a zen eating experience like no other, ISHI Restaurant in the Intercontinental Hotel on Nanson Road is the place for you. The name of this Japanese restaurant in Robertson Quay in Singapore loosely translates to ‘stone’ and signifies perseverance and strength. It should come as no surprise then that everything from the decor and the tableware in the restaurant is inspired by the texture and beauty of raw stones, creating an altogether calming yet inviting atmosphere. So if you’re in the market for a stress-free dining experience where you are treated like royalty, book a table at ISHI today.
Super excellent Omakase dining experience: all the food were extremely fresh and prepared perfectly. Compliments to head Chef Masaa who did my Omakase, he was wonderful and so was the amazing food!
was our first time there, we ordered lunch omakase + botan set with an extra order of wagyu steak - if you have the budget, i strongly recommend the wagyu steak - it's life changing. Chefs (Itamae) are all japanese and very friendly. while the food may not be super instagram-worthy (sushi are served individually and not in a platter - which forces you to be in the present and enjoy the process) the quality and dining experience is awesome. will definitely be back again.
Japanese food like you have never tasted nor experienced before is what you’ll find at ISHI Restaurant on Nanson Road in Robertson Quay, Singapore. This traditional Japanese dining experience seats a mere 28 at any one sitting, ensuring that the ambience is kept calm and that the focus stays firmly on the carefully crafted plates of food which are intermittently placed in front of each diner. ISHI Restaurant is so much more than just another Japanese sushi joint in Singapore, and it shows in the attention to detail and service which greets you at this Robertson Quay spot.
But, enough about the atmosphere – what about the food? Eating at ISHI Restaurant is truly a gastronomic experience where you’ll be lucky enough to taste and enjoy some ancient Japanese traditions. All ingredients used at ISHI Restaurant are flown in fresh direct from farm to table, with certain provinces and towns in Japan providing seasonal produce which are used in each and every dish on an ever changing menu. So whether you feel like some premium sushi and sashimi, or you’d prefer one of their spectacular cooked dishes such as miyazaki A5 wagyu beef don, you won’t be disappointed.