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Previously known for its hearty prawn-base ramen bowls, Jimoto has pivoted away from its Izakaya image and has transformed to an omakase restaurant serving affordable yet refined sushi and hot plates. At its helm is chef Takahiro Sato, who's trained at the likes of Melbourne’s Kakizaki and Hashida Sushi Singapore. He stands quietly behind the sushi counter-cum-open kitchen where he slices strips of fish and moulds morsels of rice before pressing the two together, placing them on the plate in front of you.
Omakase options start from $55 (only from 6pm to 7pm) and run up to $128, and include an appetiser, a hot dish from the kitchen and sushi. Some pieces you can expect include horse mackerel, bluefin tuna and yellowtail served on a small bed of shari from Miyagi Prefecture. If that's not enough to fill you up, Jimoto also offers a revolving selection of à la carte dishes like an A4 Miyazaki wagyu ribeye steak ($98).
325 Joo Chiat Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 6pm-11pm; Sun 6pm-10pm|
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