and so the trend continues with another japanese sushi bar popping up in the city. This time it is Koji Sushi bar @ China square. Serving up sushis, donburis for lunch and a omakasae menu for dinner. A quaint, modern setting, Koji can sit 22 pax while Chef Benny and his team work their magic in the middle.
what did we have ?
Both he yuzu and the calpis were made fresh. Refreshing drinks which goes well with our hot climate. I preferred the calpis more.
Sashimi platter of 5 fishes
The sashimi platter works best for a couple because most come in pairs. Really fresh, as what you might expect for a good japanese restaurant
Sashimi donburi (4Hands)
Served in normal white rice or brown nice, this sashimi don sums up what you can expect for a really good, satisfying and affordable japanese meal. Portions were reasonable for $17 and sashimi are cubed rather than minced. Every mouthful of rice comes with a piece of sashimi.
|catching chef Benny|
overall review: shauneeie4hands. Had only a couple items that night but they were their signature dishes. Would come back for their omakase but for now deserves a pat on their back for serving a very good donburi. Haven't tried the other dishes but i'd be back again.
Koji Sushi bar
3 Pickering Street
China Square Central #01-42
nearyby MRT: telok ayer, raffles place, chinatown
expect to spend: $35/pax for ala carte or $100 for omakasae
Labels: chinatown, japanese, raffles place, shauneeie4hands, telok ayer