Rizu Singapore is a modern Japanese dining concept located in the busy Duxton Hill enclave. Under the helm of chef Noboru Shimohigashi, who brings his experience, precision and passion cultivated in renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, you’ll find four thoughtfully curated omakase menus alongside a unique a la carte menu. To complement the menu, you’ll also find an impressive selection of Japanese sake, premium wine and Champagne, as well as an enticing dessert menu – try the matcha rare cheesecake. With space for 38 guests in either the relaxed al fresco area or intimate indoor dining room that are complemented by jazz music, Rizu is perfect for dining with friends and family and celebrating those special moments over truly exceptional Japanese cuisine. Reservations are essential.
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Food and wine are absolutely amazing, and service is perfect!
One of the most stunning things about the food served up at Rizu Singapore in Duxton has to be the presentation. Plated like pieces of art, the morsels of Japanese food are so delicately and creatively arranged that it almost feels like a shame to eat them! But, we did say almost… Sushi lovers will feel right at home at this popular Japanese restaurant in Duxton Hill, with endless dishes offering inventive takes on traditional dishes. The skilled team at Rizu Singapore pride themselves in using only the finest, freshest ingredients in their dishes and all the fish served is caught daily – so you know it’s truly the best of the best!
Some of our favourite dishes at Rizu Singapore include the live fish sashimi selection served on ice with fresh botan ebi; kaisendon with rice and five different types of sashimi; crunchy spicy tuna rolls and the lobster California rolls. Whether you’re a wine, sake or beer person, you can choose the tipple of your choice to perfectly complement your sushi at Rizu Singapore in Duxton. As you can tell, this suave spot is proving to be pretty popular so we advice reserving your table now to avoid disappointment.