Kyoten Japanese Cuisine restaurant in Singapore operates within Bukit Merah district, at 5 Yong Siak Street.
The Japanese restaurant serves a menu of traditional Japanese Sushi, Sashimi & cooked dishes, with specialty area being delicious aged sushi & sashimi – a lost technique that very few chefs still learn and preserve.
For the meals, the outlet uses only high end produce that has been sourced directly from famed Japanese seafood markets (especially Toyosu fish market) four times a week.
To maintain the freshness of the fishes, the chefs utilize traditional Japanese techniques Ikejime, Shinkenuki or Kori-jime, where the nerves in the fish are removed or the bleeding is stopped.
On the menu, some fishes need to be aged while others do not, and the fish are served both fresh and aged depending on type of fish. If aged, the fish is aged for a few days to break down the protein to balance the taste and draw out the full flavours.
Herring Roe (marinated in dashi soy sauce and served with Kombu).
Highlights in the Japanese restaurant a la carte menu include, for example, Sushi Premium Platter, Maguro Nikomi (bluefin tuna cooked in rich stew), Salmon Mentaiyaki (salmon topped with flame torched cod roe), Ebi Tempura (deep fried shrimps in homemade batter), as well as A5 Wagyu Chahan (Japanese A5 wagyu beef fried rice).
Kyoten Japanese Cuisine Restaurant in Singapore
5 Yong Siak Street
There is also an official Instagram page available, located in turn at instagram.com/kyotenjapanese/ and updated with promotional offers, menu changes, and more.