When’s the last time you ate gourmet Japanese food? If you can’t remember, or you’ve just been settling for any old run-of-the-mill sushi joint, then it’s about time you treat yourself to an extraordinary Japanese meal at Santaro @ Hinoki. Situated on Cross Street at China Square Central, this happening eatery is right in the heart of Singapore’s central business district, making it the ideal spot for an after-work dinner or business lunch. Promotion: 10% discount for all Citibank card holders
My nth time visiting the place. Brought my parents along this time. Ordered a Hinoki Maki, A bara Chirashi Set and A Mixed Fried Set. Hinoki Maki and Chirashi don is all along good and tasty. first time trying the Fried Set but it was so so. My Parents enjoyed it and will definitely visit again
The sashimi is fresh and come in thick slices. The executive set meals comes in generous portions. Price is reasonable. Staff are friendly and there is free flow of green tea. i have visited this place numerous times and will continue to patronise them.
Santaro Li, a Master Chef of Japanese cooking and one of the top chefs in all of Singapore, opened
his first restaurant in 1997 and has been something of a legend ever since. At his restaurant Santaro
@ Hinoki, he continues to make legendary dishes that wow diners every time. Artfully combining
ingredients to create the most exquisite offerings is the goal of this Japanese eatery at China Square
Central, and with friendly service to top it all off, Santaro @ Hinoki is a fantastic place to sample the
top-quality Japanese cuisine.
Although the sushi at this gourmet Japanese eatery shines for its freshness and quality, the warm menu items are also phenomenal. The sea bass cheeks fried in truffle oil is one dish you simply can’t miss out on. With a perfectly crispy exterior and a delicately moist interior, it is unparalleled in its flavour. Other creative dishes like the Japanese Pumpkin under Snow have foodies raving for weeks on end after their meal. For a sweet conclusion, Santaro @ Hinoki serves up several flavours of homemade ice cream like grape kyoho and black sesame goma. With its location on Cross Street at China Square Central, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t treat yourself at this extraordinary Japanese restaurant.