Fukui, a good Japanese omakase restaurant in Singapore, is located within River Valley area, at 25 Mohamed Sultan Road.
Founded by Eugenia Tan and Emilia Tan in March 2021, the place is a hospitality-driven omakase restaurant that takes inspiration from the coastal Japanese prefecture of Fukui.
Overall, in all of its elements from the menu to the decor, the restaurant pays homage to the traditions of Japan, with seasonal produce flown in regularly from Japan, especially Hokkaido, Tokyo, Fukui, and Saga prefectures, for authentic flavours.
Furthermore, reflecting the flow of the seasons in Japan, the menu refreshes monthly to showcase Japanese produce at its peak.
Visiting the omakase restaurant, which features 3,000-square-foot (280 sqm) of tastefully decorated space, your meal can vary from six-course meals up to 13 courses, including dessert, with 10 different sets to choose from.
In terms of ambience, the Japanese restaurant has modern interiors inspired by the comforts and tranquility of a ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn.
Those guests that are seated at the sushi counter are also treated to live action, as meals are skillfully prepared in front of them. For a more private experience, you can choose from two private dining rooms that can accommodate up to 12 people.
Fukui – Japanese Omakase Restaurant in Singapore
25 Mohamed Sultan Road
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 12noon-3pm (Lunch), 6pm-10:30pm (Dinner)
You can also follow the official Instagram page at instagram.com/fukuisg/ for updates related to promotions, events, and more.