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10 best omakase restaurants in Singapore for indecisive Japanese food lovers

Craving for good Japanese food and not planning to visit Japan any time soon? Don’t worry, say “I trust you” to the chefsjapan and get the very best.

An omakase meal is an essential Japanese culinary experience. Omakase literally means “I trust you” or “I leave it to you”, not something the Japanese take lightly.

The diner is giving himself over to the chefs, who will turn out a dizzying showcase of courses that are typically reflective of the season’s best produce and the kitchen’s signature cooking style.

Omakase is a fine, long-standing tradition but it doesn’t work everywhere. In general, large or chain restaurants are a no-go.

Places that are smaller, intimate, and which bring in produce on a very regular basis, are the places for omakase.

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