Wine & Dine Cookbook - - 5 OF THE BEST - —FJE

De­spite its name, you’ll find more than ro­batayaki and sake on the menu at Ishinomaki. With over 30 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in the in­dus­try, chef-owner Chi Pin Han uses freshly-im­ported in­gre­di­ents from Ja­pan to dish out an in­cred­i­ble ar­ray of sashimi, sushi and kaiseki items that varies ac­cord­ing to the sea­son.

Their Miyagi sashimi plat­ter ($68) com­prises eight dif­fer­ent types of the sea­son's pre­mium sashimi. Call in ad­vance to re­serve a por­tion but if you miss it, their grilled and sake of­fer­ings are quite im­pres­sive as well. This iza­kaya-style restau­rant boasts one of the most for­mi­da­ble sake col­lec­tions in Singapore, with al­most 150 unique la­bels in hand at the mo­ment and count­ing. Sake cognoscenti should cer­tainly stop by for af­ter-work drinks and bites—the friendly staff will hap­pily rec­om­mend suit­able pair­ings to go with your meal.

B1-02 to 03 Palais Re­nais­sance, 390 Or­chard Road. Tel: 6737 1065;

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