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Kaiho Sushi

I actually keep a running list of "to-try" list of restaurants and Kaiho Sushi is one of the names there, although I really cannot remember how it appeared. Hmmm.. anyway, I checked it out of curiosity.

Surprise surprise. The hidden joint is a tiny place, barely seating 20 people at full capacity. I suppose it's just the right size as there is only one sole sushi chef, who is also the owner, Bernard, manning the counter.

I found Chef Bernard strangely familiar and the moment I saw the daikon strips on the sashimi plate, I knew I had seen him in Sushi Yoshida's kitchen and I was right!

I enjoyed the dinner very much, simply because the food was quite a refreshing change for me. I left the menu in the good hands of the Chef, and throughout the night, I was served a good mix of food, between what I call "staples" (such as fresh sashimi moriwase, butter asari clams and aji tempura) and less common dishes (such as braised kinki fish, hamachi carpaccio, and a most interesting appetizer, pickled salmon head!)

Kaiho Sushi would probably make a good place to have a loooong dinner with a friend or two, over a bottle of sake. The atmosphere is nothing to speak of, but the food is competent and the restaurant is just so small and cosy. It is like being in a friend's kitchen, sitting by the counter. Let Chef Bernard surprise you with his omakase menu, but just remember to indicate your budget beforehand, lest the bill surprises you too.

Kaiho Sushi
#03-01/02 Cuppage Plaza
Tel: 6738 1315

Closed on Mon


MamaBoK said…
I know a kaiho.. in people's park area..?? is this the same one..?? because the one at PP .. is owned by a real japanese..with a chinese wife. .and a few kids.
Winnie said…
Hi! What the damage for the omakase? Tks!
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sook said…
i visited kaiho today after reading your entry and really enjoyed my meal there.
had a good time chatting with bernard as well and he remembers you! =)
M. said…
mama: i'm not sure, but i doubt so.

winnie: i paid $80++ for the omakase, not including the braised kinki (that was extra $!!).

sook: yay! glad u liked my recommendation :)
Martin said…
Happen to chance upon your blog. Great recommendations.

Tried this place last weekend and the charishi set was good value. Not as fresh as yoshida but for 28++ you can't get better value.
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