The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands offers a wealth of exciting dining opportunities, and at Sen Of Japan, diners can experience modern Japanese cuisine while enjoying stunning views of Singapore’s skyline and soaking up the elegant surroundings. For a special Japanese meal in Singapore’s Marina Bay, book a table at Sen of Japan and head on over to Bayfront Avenue for a feast that you won’t forget.
Located right on the bay inside the stunning The Shoppes at Marina Bay complex, Sen of Japan offers amazing views of the area and a menu boasting an array of fresh Japanese favourites, taking inspiration from time-honoured recipes but with a modern twist, from tempura to yakitori, sushi and sashimi. Begin your meal at Sen of Japan with the seafood clear soup or oyster cheese yaki, before moving on to the black cod soy with butter lettuce, or gyoza chicken (pan-fried chicken dumplings).
Or, you could tuck in to the sashimi platter or a selection of sushi paired with a bottle of specially-imported Japanese sake – you’ll find an extensive selection of bottles on the drinks menu alongside a host of premium wines. With its spectacular views and intimate atmosphere, this stylish Marina Bay restaurant is the perfect place for a romantic date. To snag one of the best seats at Sen of Japan, situated on Singapore's Bayfront Avenue, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
Excellent service & courteous staff. Great for any occasion where the food served were of great quality and promptly upon ordering. Definitely coming back here again.
Wide range on the menu, especially when 1 diner is allergic to seafood. Good service and an excellent setting for a final night in the city.
Food was impeccable - the appetiser of hotate with truffle sauce is totally recommended! The scallops were so sweet and fresh. Service was friendly and unobtrusive too - it felt like we were welcome to stay for as long as we wanted even after finishing our meal. A totally enjoyable experience!
It was very delicious. To my tired body, your delicious dish injected energy. I thought again that I also need to eat home country foods at my traveling destination. Thank you.(GO CHI SOH SAMA!!)
Nice ambience, average taste. Uni sushi was served badly wrapped and toppled over. Unacceptable for such a restaurant category. Inefficient service despite having at least 4 service staff to under 5 tables to wait on. We had to ask twice for a refill on our hot ocha only for them to realise that their pot was empty and had to be refilled. I don't suppose anyone would expect Sen of Japan to be value-for-money. However, I feel that it's an overpriced experience.
Food was not bad, however we were disappointed by the service as we kindly requested for the birthday cake (which we bought from outside) to be kept in the fridge, since we were not able to have the cake in their restaurant (if so, there will be a surcharge of $20 if consumed). The waiter staff agreed but we were shocked to see how our cake melted when we left the restaurant and found out that they did not keep in the fridge at all. Another disappointing incident was that we took a Long time to order (as we were waiting for our Friend who would be late), but they seem rather impatient and slightly pressing us to order..
Sen of Japan offers a modern take on Japanese food. We ordered a couple of starters, a couple of rolls, some yakitori and some tempura. No disappointments, but nothing stood out really. Pretty average. Expected more from a "former Nobu chef".
Sen of Japan offered excellent service and food. The sushi and appetisers were all very well prepared and presented, as we're the main courses. Would definitely recommend.
its a casual jap restaurant with a great view. pretty good quality food. we were a group of 3 and hence ordered a good variety. sashimi and tempura was fresh and great tasting. the wagyu beef is to die for, must order though it was pricey at $99. staff is pretty busy but kept their composure well. will return again!
Expectations were high knowing that Sen Of Japan's chef Hiromi used to helm our favourite restaurant Nobu. We certainly weren't disappointed with the food. Although being a degustation/omakase the courses could have been served slowly rather than at lightening speed, forcing us to eat fast so we couldn't savour the experience.