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Best Kaiseki Restaurants in Singapore

Top 10 Best Kaiseki Restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is renowned for its distinctive blend of flavours, cultures and cuisines. Kaiseki is a traditional Japanese multi-course dinner originating from Kyoto and is known for its meticulous preparation and intricate presentation. With all the delicious options available, it can be hard to choose the best restaurants offering this delectable experience. To help narrow down your search, here are the top 10 kaiseki restaurants in Singapore that you must try!

Best Kaiseki Restaurants in Singapore

#1 – KITEN


Kiten is a Japanese Kaiseki restaurant serving up a fine dining experience in the heart of Singapore. Celebrate your senses with a curated order of courses categorised by the cooking method of each dish, elevating the flavours and textures of quality seasonal ingredients sourced by Kiten’s culinary team.

With some of the most delicious combinations of ingredients, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Loved by locals and traveling foodies alike, now is the perfect time for you to join them today at Kiten.

Menu Items:

  • Kaiseki 5 Course (Price $68)
  • Kaiseki 7-Course (Price $98)
  • Special Signature Kaiseki (Price $168)

Location: 181 South Bridge Road Cross Street Exchange, #01-04, #01-K3, 058743

Contact: 6518 9329

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – Kappo Shunsui


An immersive Omakase experience awaits at Kappo Shunsui, the three-time awardee of The Michelin Plate Singapore. Helmed by Chef Shimuta “Shim” Kunihiko, the last apprentice of legendary Kyoto chef Hirata Tasaku, Kappo Shunsui is a contemporary Kappo restaurant that was awarded The MICHELIN Plate for three consecutive years.

Moving to a new location in 2021, the exclusive Kappo-style restaurant houses just 13 seats, each centred around an island stage. Chef Shim captivates diners with a theatrical display of his culinary showmanship, engaging the five senses to create an immersive dining experience.

Menu Items:

  • Dinner
    Seasonal Omakase Course
    | 380++
    • The course changes every 1-2 month
    • Sake pairing is available from 100++
  • Premium Omakase Course | 480++
    • The course changes every 1-2 month
    • Require 3 working days advanced booking
    • Sake pairing at additional 50++ or 100++
  • Lunch Omakase Course | 180++
    • Sake pairing is available from 50++

Location: 17 Hongkong St, #01-01, Singapore 059660

Contact: 9171 5592

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Keyaki Japanese Restaurant


Keyaki is one of Singapore’s top Japanese restaurants specialising in authentic Japanese cuisine.

A traditional fine dining Japanese restaurant serving set lunch and seasonal kaiseki course dinners. If you prefer something more casual you can feast at their Teppanyaki or Sushi Counters. Tucked away in an idyllic rooftop Japanese garden on level 4, an intricate stone garden, calming koi pond and cascading waterfalls welcome guests to the rich culinary experience that awaits.

For more formal business meetings book their 2 private dining rooms which will be sure to impress your guests with dedicated service.

Menu Items:

  • Sushi Kaiseki (Price $220)
  • Keyaki Kaiseki (Price $200)
  • Seared Wagyu Beef on Rice (Price $160)

Location:  7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595

Contact: 6826 8240

Website: Website Link Here



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#4 – Kyoten Japanese Cuisine


They specialise in Japanese Omakase and sashimi aging. Serving traditional Japanese edomae style sushi and a variety of grilled, fried and simmered dishes.

Their chefs are skilled in the art of sushi and sashimi aging, their skills honed by experiences in top restaurants throughout Singapore and the region.

Their produce is sourced directly from farmers and the famed auction markets of Sapporo, Toyosu and Fukuoka. Theey assure excellent quality, elegant cuisine, at affordable prices.

Menu Items:

  • Sashimi premium platter (recommended for 2) (Price $130 – 160)
  • Wakadori Teriyaki (Price $26)
  • A5 Wagyu Yakiniku (Price $52)
  • Tenkomori Don (Price $105)

Location: 5 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168643

Contact: 6223 0213

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Kappou Miyako


Kappou Miyako is a unique restaurant base in seasonal menu.

Combination of Fusion & Traditional Japanese cuisines, Chef Tsuzuki Naoki has been in Singapore 20 over years and 30 overs years Japanese cuisine experience.

Menu Items:

  • Dinner Omakase Course (Price $238)
  • Sashimi & Sushi Omakase Course (Price $268)
  • Dinner Sushi Course (Price $208)
  • Premium Omakase Course (Price $388 and above)


360 Orchard Road #01-09/10 International Building Singapore 238869

Contact: 6970 6980

Website: Website Link Here


#6 – Sushi Kou


Sushi Kou’s style follows the traditional ‘Edo-style’ Sushi, and at the very same time they are passionate about bringing out the fresh and rich flavor of the fish.

While Western food about adding and layering flavors, they believe Sushi is about subtracting and simplifying.

Please enjoy the deep and complex flavor of Edo-style Sushi shaped by years of experience and endless commitment.

Menu Items:

  • Kou Special (Price $300+)
  • Omelette with Summer Truffle (Price $70+)
  • Bara Chirashi (Price $150+)
  • Caviar 30g (Price $199+)

Location: 11 Cavenagh Road #01-13/14 Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, Singapore, Singapore

Contact: 6235 5670

Website: Website Link Here


#7 – Rubato Steakhouse @ Teck Lim Road


Founded in 2009, RUBATO is widely known as the go-to Italian restaurant for the dining elite in Singapore and the region. The preferred table for cabinet ministers, international celebrities, and industry titans.

RUBATO – also comes in as Singapore’s favourite small-batch, boutique selection of Italian food. What sets us apart is their intricacy in bringing you perfection – from flavour to texture and temperature. They only roast and bake when you order! This ensures your gourmet choice is extra fresh. They’re confident your friends, family and discerning guests will taste the difference!

Semi-fine dining restaurant Rubato serves up Michelin-quality Italian fare in the charming Bukit Timah enclave. Since its opening in 2009, this legendary culinary gem has garnered a reputation for being one of the most established gourmet European restaurants in Singapore, with most reservations made weeks in advance.

Menu Items:

  • RUBATO’s Mighty Tomahawk Steak (Price $188)
  • Perfectly Oven-Baked Whole Sea Bass  (Price $108)
  • Nova Scotia Lobster Air-Flown Daily (Price $68)
  • Special Charcoal Grilled Premium Cut Wagyu A9 (Price $128)

Location: 2 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088380

Contact: 8453 4519

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Ichigo Ichie Singapore


An Encounter for a Lifetime

Ichigo Ichie is a fine-dining kappo restaurant inspired by the Japanese philosophies of ichigo ichie and sanpō yoshi.

Ichigo ichie, an ancient Japanese proverb loosely translated as ”one life, one moment”, applies to an unforgettable experience that one cherishes for a lifetime. ‘Sanpō Yoshi’, a code of social and commercial behaviour rooted in Edo Japan of the 17 thcentury that emphasises relationships, prizing trust and ‘giving back’, especially through acts of reciprocity .

The restaurant features authentic Japanese flavours interpreted through Chef Akane Eno’s artistic sensibilities, driven by the seasons, and celebrating high-quality, exquisite ingredients. Each moment, though transient, promises to be an encounter between chef and diner to be cherished for a lifetime.

Menu Items:

  • Miyazaki Wagyu Beef Steak Don (Price $98)
  • Miwa-Somen (1 pack) (Price $25)
  • Asairi Houjicha / Lightly Roasted Green Tea (4g x 15pcs) (Price $25)
  • ICHIGO ICHIE LABEL- Junmai Azumanofumoto 720ml (Price $128)

Location: 1 Nanson Rd, #02-07A located within Intercontinental, Robertson Quay, Singapore 238909

Contact: 9018 2897

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Sushi Seizan


Cozy, small Japanese Sushi / Omakase Restaurant. Sushi based on Edo-Mae by 20 years experienced chef & Kappo supervised by SEIZAN (2 Michelin star Japanese cuisine in Tokyo).

They want to be the best Omakase place as “Introduction” or your starter of Japanese food. Not too luxury, just enjoy their cozy place. Japanese food beginners are also welcome.

Not only Sushi, Premium Japanese Sake, whisky, wine are waiting for you. For your any occasion like business, celebration, birthday, anniversary, relax with friends. They’re looking forward to seeing you!

SEIZAN is from Japan food town, Wisma. Glad to serve their food after 2 years!! Japanese food / Omakase / Sushi / Bugis / Bugis Cube / Near me / Premium sake.

Menu Items:

  • Signature and Seasonal Omakase (Price $238)
  • Seasonal Dishes Omakase (Price $198)
  • Sushi and Sashimi Omakase (Price $148)

Location: 470 North Bridge Rd, #03-19 Bugis Cube, Singapore 188735

Contact: 9737 1334

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – Maetomo Japanese cuisine Kaiseki & Sushi


Maetomo Japanese cuisine (Kaiseki & Sushi) aims to reconceptualise “WASHOKU” (Japanese traditional dining concept)* by innovating and creating state-of-the-art dishes made with a modern twist.
*In 2013, Japanese “WASHOKU” was awarded and officially listed as one of the UNESCO World Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Inspired by the beauty of seasonal transitions in Japan, Chef Maetomo aims to bring out the finest, most delicate flavours of seasonal ingredients for each dish to create a tantalising UMAMI experience for all his customers.

The sushi counter seating is derived from traditional Japanese tearoom seating style, which sets the tone for a very traditional Japanese ambience during the meal. Kaiseki is set to face the kitchen so that customers may appreciate the chef in his preparation of the dishes, making each stage of the course a qualitative experience.

Menu Items:

  • A5 Kagoshima Wagyu Rice Box (Price $128)
  • Australian Wagyu Tomahawk Steak (Price $15+/100g)
  • Kagoshima Black Pork Loin (Price $8/50g)

Location: 39 Scotts Rd, #01-01 Sheraton Towers Hotel, Singapore 228230

Contact: +65 6219 3550

Website: Website Link Here


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