Omakase restaurants in Singapore might be a dime a dozen, but new Japanese restaurant Sushi Yujo is certainly worth a try. For one, their lunch sets start from just $38. Seafood is flown in four times a week from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market, so you can expect the freshest of ingredients. In our case, we experienced the dinner omakase – Chusei ($198), which comes with five types of sashimi, two cooked dishes, and five pieces of sushi.
Sushi Yuj isn’t a big space by any means – it’s a straightforward 13-seater by the counter. There are also two private rooms: Hana, with a private counter that seats six, and Ryu which seats up to 10. The lunch set menu starts at $38 if you were to order a salmon or unagi don, but otherwise, you can also opt for the lunch omakase choices: Rikai ($98) or Shinrai ($198).