Jin Fine Dining

Jin Fine Dining

Jin Fine Dining - Chirashi
Bara Chirashi – S$18++

In the last few weeks, I’ve been seeing photos of JIN Fine Dining appear on my Instagram and that got me interested in trying out this establishment. That’s the power of social media activation! Moreover, it’s a short 10 minute stroll from my office in Raffles Place.

Granted, most of the posts on Instagram were of what should be invited tasting sessions for their omakase dinners but the occasional mention of affordable chirashi sets being available for lunch was music to my ears stomach.

Jin Fine Dining - Salad (part of the Set Lunch)
Salad (part of the Set Lunch)

A small serving of greens came with the Chirashi set which undoubtedly made for a simple start to the meal.

All-in I spent S$18++ for the Bara Chirashi set, which by Raffles Place standards, is definitely value for money. While most of other restaurants have just the ONE Chirashi set, at JIN you’re afforded the option of choosing a set that speaks to your tongue. Prices range from $20++ to S$50++, depending on the choice of seafood.

Fresh sashimi set atop well seasoned sushi rice – now tell me, what’s there not too like?

JIN Fine Dining

74 Telok Ayer Street
#01-02 Amoy Hotel (Far East Square)
Singapore 048462
Tel: +65 6536-6258

Opening Hours:
Opens Daily
1030am – 230pm
6pm – 10pm

2 thoughts on “Jin Fine Dining

  1. wow! you are going to love bangkok, if not for the steert style but the whole culture and experience-its mind blowing. check out chatuchak market, happy monday bar and this gorgeous japanese cafe and art bookstore in sukhumvit called vanilla garden. siam square is where all the young kids hang out. im actually from malaysia and i dont mean to be a traitor to my countrymen but dont have to waste your time planning a trip here. bangkok gets my vote.

  2. Got the Jin chirashi, which was quite good. The sashimi was fresh and juicy and the rich was fragrant. I have been there three times.

    However, unfortunately, my experiences was always spoilt at the end – while making payment at the counter. Somehow, the cashier was always rude and curt in their words. I have had two different women serving me at the cashier on different occasions, and both were rude. This was in contrast to the pleasant waitresses who took my orders and served me the food.

    Apart from that, restaurant gets quite noisy when crowded; probably because of the structural layout of the restaurant. But this, of course, is of no fault of the service personnel.

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