Okra 1949

Singapore Tatler Regional Best Restaurants - - Japanese -

WHY GO

The hard­work­ing chef of Okra is an en­er­getic young Amer­i­can who has an ex­ten­sive knowl­edge of Ja­panese cui­sine. The restau­rant has a warm and lively at­mos­phere which ap­peals to reg­u­lar and new din­ers.

TATLER TIPS

The restau­rant’s in­te­rior is sim­ple but it has a mod­ern feel to it with its choice of fur­ni­ture and mu­sic play­ing in the back­ground. There’s also a mini cock­tail bar and sushi bar where you can wit­ness the chef preparing his sig­na­ture dishes.

The restau­rant is named af­ter okra, a healthy in­gre­di­ent which is used in most of the chef's sig­na­ture dishes.

One of the chef’s spe­cial­ties is sushi, a sim­ple Ja­panese del­i­cacy with ro­bust flavours. Beau­ti­ful in its sim­plic­ity, this re­flects the chef’s culi­nary phi­los­o­phy of high­light­ing the fresh­ness of the in­gre­di­ents. 1949 the Hid­den City, Court­yard 4, Gongtibei ROAD, Beijing TEL:010-6593 5087 www.okra1949.com

White unagi with kombu salt, lemon and shiso

Okra's ex­clu­sive beef

Omakase

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