Dear diners, please be aware that reserved tables will be held for 15 minutes only.
Sushi Jin is exemplary of the Japanese culinary arts, offering the unparalleled satisfaction – at once gastronomic and aesthetic – that comes with a meal at a superlative Japanese restaurant, to an audience whose palates are so often disappointed, jaded by a horde of indistinguishable wannabes. Indeed, Singapore doesn’t lack sushi joints, but Sushi Jin has won us over with its commitment to freshness, it’s mission to tread the fine line between accessibility, affordability and a top-tier, fine dining experience, the whole unobtrusive atmosphere of the restaurant’s premises along Farrer Park Station Road, right across from the station.
The Les Amis Group have scored another coup for Singapore’s frenzied bar and restaurant scene, this time branching out to offer diners a Japanese restaurant whose price isn’t going to bring down the bank but whose quality allows it to quite comfortably rank among Singapore’s best. Key to any successful sushi restaurant that aspires to offer more than your average California roll is the guarantee that every ingredient – especially the fish and seafood – is pristinely fresh. To ensure this, buyers at Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji fish market fly over shipments of the best to Sushi Jin’s Farrer Park location three times a week.
Match the stringent quality control of the produce that goes into Sushi Jin’s food offering with an equally rarified sake selection, a design aesthetic that demands Mallorca chairs, a counter hewn from oak, and hand-printed menus, and you’re in for an unforgettable Japanese meal. And you’ll be surprised at the cost! Sushi Jin offers incredibly good value omakase sets for lunch and dinner, a range of set lunches that go far beyond sushi and sashimi to cover other classics of Japanese cuisine, and even more for dinner. Located across the road from Farrer Park MRT, Sushi Jin is one Japanese dining destination you need to add to your list of Singapore essentials.
Ordered Wagyu beef don and sashimi. The prices are hugh but very worth it. Wagyu beef don is really good. Sashimi is very fresh. This is not our first visit. Will go back again.
One of my fav jap restaurant. Sashimi was fresh, food portion was just nice. Abit pricey but still worth going.
Omakase for lunch was good value for money! Its my 3rd visit to the restaurant and I always enjoyed it!
Both food and service were good, they even gave a complimentary slice of cake when they knew we were celebrating a birthday.
We all know that Sushi Jin is good from the many reviews that you can find online from various bloggers to regular people like me alike. I made the reservation there for my wife's birthday, and in the comments, I made known to them that we are celebrating her birthday and that it would be great if they can include a special dessert / cake or what not at then end of the omakase meal. A few things I expect a restaurant to tell me - 1) Get back to me to inform me they have received my request and whether or not they are able to do it. 2) Let me know if there are going to be extra cost involved if they were to specially make it. 3) If they can't, provide an option, or simply tell me they're not able to make it happen. Any of these would have been perfect and thus, make the dinner simply that much more enjoyable.
Had a good time at Sushi Jin. Made a reservation for 6 through Quandoo. On the actually day, staff at Sushi Jin made a call to remind and confirm the booking. Although the sitting arrangement was quite cramp, but the food was good. Would definitely go back again.
Another great meal at Sushi Jin. Had the Wagyu Foie Gras Don lunch set today. It didn’t disappoint. Perfectly cooked and not over-sauced like in most other restaurants. The uni sushi I ordered to satisfy my craving was also well done. Looking forward to my next visit.
Had been to Sushi Jin previously for a family dinner and we were impressed with the food and service. Had the Omakase set during both visits. Service was prompt and thoughtful; food was excellent at reasonable prices. Will probably visit again to try their ala carte menu.
First let me start by saying the food was great. Good value, good quality, absolutely nothing to complain. The restaurant was well set-up and fittings / furnishings were in good standard too. However, what made me deduct a couple points here is the way staff were conversing with one another be it in between chefs or between floor staff amongst each other. For an nice Japanese omakase setting restaurant, I felt that it was inappropriate for staff to be conversing with each other loudly in cantonese over the counter or across the restaurant such that I could hear every single thing that they were saying. Also, the sake descriptions used by the wait staff was inaccurate. One would need to know a little about reading sake labels before ordering sake here.
My wife and I just returned from Tokyo after 10 days of great food and a fun holiday. So we tried Sushi Jin just to compare the freshest of the sushi and we were not disappointed. The food served was fresh and delicious, great ambience and good service. Highly recommended.