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Jun. 5th, 2007 | 02:01 am

Kai San
Address:
1 Beach Road
#01-21 Raffles Hotel
Singapore 189673

Tel: 6339 4929

Operating Hours:
Daily 11:15am - 2:30pm, 6pm - 10pm (Sunday no lunch)



One of the best japanese meals i have had in Singapore. All thanks to Chef Thomas Kok.
One can feel his love and passion behind the sushi counter as he whipped up our omakase menu

Tuesday night: Fresh!
i am not sure when the fish comes in, but for the omakase i am pretty sure chef serves whatever that comes in on that day.


Hamachi


hirame



Kanpachi


silver fish tempura


pickles: garlic, radish


AJi
"just came in today!"


Gon Aji
"orgasmic. deliciously subtly sweet. smooth.... "


Steamed tofu, unagi, ikura
"Looked soo delicious when they were serving this to the other tables and we were all waiting in anticipation if we would get this in our omakase. We did!
i could eat this for breakfast everyday.. "


Shima Aji


Hotate
scallop
"JUICY! what a generous serving of hotate!"


aka uni
"market price: $140++"


"we did get some aka uni! so pleasing to the eye...... stomach... =) "


Mentaiko Razor clam
"salamandered cheese hugging the clams... delicious."


Anago
"specially Made this way. slightly Crisp outside, soft tender juicy inside"


maguro otoro ; bluefin tuna
"Couldnt resist it the moment we saw it.."


Otoro; Tuna belly
"the fattiest portion of the tuna, found on the very underside of the fish. literally melts in your mouth."

And theres more..........


shimeiji mushrooms, tuna, scallop
Double boiled
"tasteful, flavourful. By this time, i am so full i couldnt really enjoy the soup"

and ONE MORE!!


Uni, toro
"chef was very generous tonight. I couldnt stomach anymore and wished i could enjoy/savour the uni instead of forcing it down.. "

A HAPPY ENDING...

Green tea icecream!

It was an unforgettable meal. Ever since June and Mia introduced me to kai san, i have not stopped raving about it when people mention japanese food.
cant wait to be back!
The very "personal" experience the chef emanated beats Nobu's omakase hans down!

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from: anonymous
date: Jun. 5th, 2007 07:50 am (UTC)
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Glad you liked it! Btw, think you swopped 'hamachi' and 'kanpachi' :P
- the skinny epicurean

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