About Sushi Jin
More about the restaurant: Sushi Jin
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.
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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.