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Koma Restaurant: Exceptional Japanese Cuisine in Singapore

Koma Restaurant is a renowned dining establishment that offers a unique and immersive experience. Located inside Marina Bay Sands, Koma is known for its stunning interior design and exception Japanese cuisine in Singapore.

Orange arch passsage way reminiscent of Fushima Inari Shrine
Entrance to Koma Restaurant

As we entered the restaurant, we were greeted by a 20-meter passageway adorned with orange arches, reminiscent of the Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto. The vibrant and theatrical atmosphere reflects the rich tapestry of Japanese mythology and culture.

A striking 2.5-meter Japanese bell and a traditional footbridge immediately capture your attention, while patrons strike poses to capture the perfect shot for social media.

In addition to its exquisite cuisine, Koma boasts an extensive selection of signature cocktails and premium sake. The bar area exudes a stylish and trendy ambiance, making it an ideal spot for pre-dinner drinks or a night out with friends.

Koma's menu showcases a variety of traditional and contemporary Japanese dishes. From fresh sushi and sashimi to succulent robata grilled skewers, each dish is crafted with meticulous attention to detail and high-quality ingredients.

Mini salmon pillows topped with jalapeno on a plate
Salmon Pillow, Roasted Jalapeno & Smoked Avocado

We kicked off our culinary journey with the Salmon Pillow, featuring roasted jalapeno and smoked avocado. Though not my personal preference, my companions couldn't help but rave about it, considering it a must-try.

five dumplings lined up on a plate with dipping sauce
Wagyu Beef Gyoza

The Wagyu Beef Gyoza, with its juicy filling and delicate crispy edges, was a delightful treat and a good pick if you have fussy eaters or diners who are not keen on seafood.

Grilled octopus slices with avocado and sauce on a plate
Grilled Soy Glazed Octopus

The Grilled Soy Glazed Octopus, accompanied by marinated avocado with spiced tomato, fell short compared to the other dishes we ordered, especially considering its hefty $38 price tag. I would suggest exploring alternative options such as the Yellowtail Ginger Jalapeno, Oysters on the half shell, crispy chicken, or miso eggplant.

Skewer on chicken thigh and lamb cutlet on plate
Robarta Grill - Negima & Lamb Chop

From the Robata Grill section, we shared the Negima, which is chicken thigh skewered with Japanese long green onion, as well as the Lamb Chop with cilantro and mint. Both dishes were cooked to perfection, leaving a lingering smoky after-taste.

Bowl on creamy udon noodles topped with sea urchin and seaweed
Wafu Carbonara with Uni and Smoked Butter

One standout dish from the Large Dish menu was the Wafu Carbonara with uni (sea urchin) and smoked butter. Topped with a 63-degree sous vide egg, breaking the yolk created a silky, creamy sauce that coated the udon noodles. This reinvention of carbonara was a true culinary masterpiece.

Bonsi Tree made out of cake, served with chocolate mousse, vanilla ice cream and chocolate pralines
Edible Bonsai Tree, Chocolate Mousse, Ice cream, Chocolate Praline

For dessert, we were presented with an edible bonsai tree—an artistic creation that matched the spectacular decor. With quenelles of chocolate mousse, ice cream, and chocolate praline resembling soil, this dessert is highly recommended for both its visual appeal and delectable taste.

Whether you seek a memorable dining experience or simply wish to indulge in authentic Japanese , Koma Restaurant in Singapore is a must-visit destination that promises to satisfy your gastronomic desires and give you plenty of content for the gram.

Koma Restaurant in Singapore is open seven days a week, 11:30am - 3pm for lunch and 5pm - 12am for dinner. For menu and reservations, visit their website.




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