Kaiho Sushi

Kaiho Sushi

Kaiho Sushi - Chirashi

Back in July 2011, a reader left the following comment on my post on Aoki that I’ve kept in mind ever since.

I go to another Nogawa trained Chef Bernard Tang at Kaiho Sushi for his Chirashi lunch set.

Fast forward 4 years later and Kaiho Sushi continues to exist amidst the ever-changing restaurant landscape in Singapore. Let’s be honest – 4 years in the restaurant world is much more than just 4 years with the number of openings and unfortunately closures, in a month. That sort of longevity, I hoped, would speak volume about the quality of the meal that I was about to have.

We had the Chirashi set (S$30++) that came with  a bowl filled with fresh slices of fish (including salmon, scallop, swordfish and ikura), a small serving of chawanmushi (pictured below) ending with a scoop of ice cream.

For S$30++, we were definitely more than satisfied with the quantity and quality of the sashimi and walked out of the restaurant feeling delighted at our value-for-money meal. 
KaihoSushi - Chawanmushi

Since we ordered 2 sets, we chose to have a scoop of black sesame and matcha each. While both were rather pedestrian, to put simply, the matcha ice cream was weird. I hope that it was a one-off incident and not evident of the tub.

If you’re in the mood to indulge in a good Japanese meal, I hear that Kaiho’s value-for-money omakase starting from S$100++ is a crowd-pleaser. The regular diners who were seated at the counter seemed to be enjoying the sushi that Chef Bernard Tang was dishing out, so that’s another option to keep in mind.

Kaiho Sushi - Black Sesame and Matcha Ice CreamA word of caution though, the restaurant is rather small and probably sits no more than 50 diners including counter seats hence, reservations are a definite must.

HungryEpicurean’s ratings:

Food – 7/10 stars
Ambience – 6/10 stars
Value-for-Money – 8/10 stars

Kaiho Sushi by Chef Bernard Tang

5 Koek Road, Cuppage Plaza, #03-01/02, Singapore 228796
Reservations: +65 6738 1315

Lunch : 12.00pm to 2.30pm
Dinner : 6.30pm to 11.00pm
Closed on Mondays

www.bernardtang.com 


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