If anyone can narrow the focus of Tanjong Pagar’s eclectic culinary focus down to something specific, KAN Sushi can. Well, as long as it’s some of the best Japanese sushi in Singapore, then KAN Sushi’s International Plaza location along Anson Road, moments from the station, then it’s this hidden gem of restaurant you need to be paying a visit. Locals with the ability to stroll down to KAN Sushi’s rather convenient location love the lunch menu for a quick fix of Far Eastern eats, while the dinner service excels with an abundance of fresh seafood best enjoyed alongside the fine imported beer or, even better, the selection of premium sake on offer. Don’t forget to enquire about KAN Sushi’s specials next time you book.
The food was great and reasonably priced. Restaurant was pretty small and cramped but the staff were friendly and service was good.
Kan Sushi is one of my most favorite sushi restaurants in Singapore. You can have real Japanese sushi at Kan Sushi with very reasoable price.
I would love Kan Sushi. Definitely I would like to recommend to those who are sushi lovers. "Doteyaki" that is chef's specialty inspired Osaka should be tired too!
The best most reasonably priced sushi in Singapore! Fresh, in season fish from Tsukiji every week. I recommend omakase nigiri.
The ''omakase" meal was rather small, consisting of a seaweed soup, simple salad, small sashimi appetiser, a small grilled fish, rice, and two slices of water melon. The sashimi was fresh and tasty but the grilled fish was so-so. The meal was definitely not worth the $100 as advertised - more like $35-40.
This is the place for authentic Japanese handmade sushi. The quality is as close to local sushi shops in Japanese neighbourhood as it gets. Fish is fresh and service is attentive and 100% Japanese!
Fish is said to be fresh from Tsukiji Market, but certain pieces of sushi did not feel that way. Wasabi was also overdone on certain sushi. Service from the lady staff was poor, wrong orders and serving dishes to wrong tables. Pricey but not sure if worth the price paid.
The lunch was Value for money. Sashimi and salmon were fresh, portions were rather good and service was friendly and quite fast. There is also a point accumulation card to earn rebates for future visits.
It was my first time there and service was bad. Waited 15 mins for our food but never mind about that. The waitress served food to the table that came in 10 mins after us. My order actually came with salad and fruits (set meal) but she did not serve me at all! 1 and only japanese waitress who can't remember the orders well. There's people complaining that their order haven't come after 25 mins of waiting. Very disappointed.
Food is quite fresh - salmon sashimi don was fresh but the salmon roe was quite little. Salmon portion was good. Katsu don was too fatty but portion was good.