When it comes to upscale sushi-ya's, Taiga Dining is definitely one to visit if you’re looking to splurge on a bit of gluttony. Housed in The Regent Hotel, the swanky 11-seater culinary theatre is stylishly designed to reflect Taiga’s home prefecture of Kōchi where hills are aplenty. As you enter, expect to be greeted by abstract mountainscapes, a split-face granite backdrop, a $50,000 Hinoki wood bar counter, exquisite table lamps, and sleek leather chairs, all sequestered under an intuitive day-to-night lighting facade by Barrisol.
Introducing three omakase menu options; Ino Shika Cho ($280), Ka Cho Huu Getsu ($380) and Hi To To See ($480), priced consistently for both lunch and dinner. Helmed by Master Chef Taiga Kanekuni flexing over 20 years' worth of experience in traditional Edomae style sushi-making, Kanekuni spent his time cutting his teeth in Niigata and Tokyo before moving to Singapore to work at high profile sushi-yas – Sushi Amuyu and Sushi Kou. It is safe to say you're in good hands.
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