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Hachi Restaurant is one of the pioneers of Omakase dining in Singapore. Omakase (in Japanese) literally translates to “its up to you”, where guests entrusts the chef to decide what to serve to each person and the menu is not fixed. This concept is popular with Japanese patrons and Singaporean professionals who are looking to be relieved of decision-making over their meal and instead choosing to be delightfully surprised by the chef’s selections.

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  1. PassportChop.com
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     16 Nov 2009 at 8:23 pm
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    I had the opportunity to ask 9 of my colleagues along for a treat at Hachi Restaurant as part of a Class 95 Office Lunch Treat programme. Class 95 DJs Glenn Ong, Flying Dutchman and Vernetta Lopez were also present to have lunch with us. We were treated to Hachi’s Omakase Dinner which typically comprises 9-10 specially crafted dishes and takes over 2 hours. It starts at $108 per pax. There is also a lunch Omakase available at Hachi with 5 to 7 dishes.

    Our Omakase experience consists of 12 dishes – each of them small in quantity but huge in freshness and taste. You won’t feel overwhelmed because the serving is well-paced and planned such that your appetite will first be whetted via light dishes such as asparagus and fresh egg yolk before graduating to oysters and sashimi. You are given a breather at the 7th dish with a soup with mushrooms and clams before the heavy-duty food comes in – Alaskan King Crab and Roasted Wagyu Beef (so tender yet crispy) and fried croquette. It then ends off with soba in light sauce and dessert – black sesame ice-cream. See attached picture for all 12 dishes we conquered.

    For more info on the Omakase dining experience at Hachi restaurant, see: http://www.passportchop.com/asia/singapore/omaksae-dining-hachi-restaurant/

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