Kuriya Dining

Kuriya means “aristocratic kitchen” in Japanese. Found only in the homes of the noble class, it is the place where food is prepared for important guests.

Relocated to its current premises in July 2008, Kuriya Dining boasts a spacious dining area with a 10-seater sushi counter, 3 private rooms (holding 8 guests each) which can be combined to accommodate up to 30 people for seated dining, and an intimate sake & wine bar lounge.

Master Chef Tsuzuki’s unique and fusion creations can be seen in his clever use of various kinds of homemade sauces and Western inspired dishes such as carpaccio and miso cheese fondue. His cooking is essentially based on traditional Japanese methods using dashi or stocks from bonito and kelp.

One of his specialties is Ocean Trout with Saikyo Miso, Flavoured with Orange. Another dish popular among regular customers is the seasonal clay pot rice called Takikomi Gohan, cooked with amberjack cheek, Japanese eel and king crab meat. The harmonious combination of these luxury ingredients creates a tasty and fragrant rice dish.

Runner-up Tiger Beer Best Japanese Restaurant Fine Dining Award (Epicurean Star Award Singapore 2012)
Hall of Fame Award by Singapore Tatler (Singapore’s Best Restaurants 2012)
Winner, Best Japanese Restaurants by AsiaOne (People’s Choice Awards 2011/2012)
Top 3 Japanese Restaurants by AsiaOne (People’s Choice Awards 2010)
Best Japanese Restaurant by AsiaOne (People’s Choice Awards 2009)
Top 5 Japanese Restaurants by Citibank (Citibank-The Business Times Gourmet Choice Awards 2009)

Operating Hours:
Mon-Sun: 11.30am – 2.30pm (Last order: 2.15pm)

Mon-Sun: 6.00pm – 10.30pm (Last order: 10.00pm)

* Kuriya Dining welcomes diners aged 6 and above.
Dining Style: Casual
Dress Code: Casual
Payment Options: Cash