Food Review: Koma Singapore at Marina Bay Sands | Phenomenal Japanese Interiors Which Tranports You To Kyoto Instantly Without Flying!


The Place Located at the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands just beside the entrance of Marquee Singapore, the entrance to Koma Singapore is perhaps amongst the grandest of restaurants in Singapore. Lined by tens of red Japanese Torii gates, the 20 meters long entrance walkway resembles that of Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine, and that is perhaps the first impression the restaurant wants diners to have.

At the end of the walkway, be in awe with the 2.5 meters tall Japanese bell which can seen at both sides of the bar and the restaurant proper. The eye-catching and somewhat dramatic setting of Koma is designed by architectural firm Rockwell Group, which is also behind Singapore’s W Hotel in Sentosa and Indonesia’s Omnia Club in Bali.

The Food With its Japanese-inspired decor, the cuisine at Koma Singapore is no doubt Japanese. The menu here is split between small and big plates for the appetisers and mains, with Japanese classics including Sashimi, Nigiri, Maki, Grills and Tempura as starters. While the menu is not that exhaustive, it does cover a wide range of Japanese food selections. Or if you fancy, there is always an excuse for pre-dinner drinks!

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