#FOURNews | Shoukouwa Awarded 2 Michelin Stars in 2016

05 Aug 2016
2 min read
The inaugural 2016 Singapore Michelin Guide has awarded 2 Michelin Stars to Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant, a fine dining Japanese edomae sushi restaurant by the Emmanuel Stroobant Group Luxury Collection, in partnership with Japanese cuisine specialist Hanachiyo.
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Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant is one of the 29 restaurants in Singapore being awarded by Singapore Michelin Guide in 2016, alongside the other 5 admired restaurants that also received 2 Michelin Stars.

Internationally recognised as the preeminent gastronomic award, a 2 Michelin Star denotes a restaurant boasting “excellent cooking” that is “worth a detour”. This recognition by The Michelin Guide further confirms Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant’s refined and distinctive culinary creations.

Co-owner Emmanuel Stroobant says, “My team and I are extremely delighted and honoured to be recognised by the prestigious Michelin Guide and to be the only Japanese restaurant in Singapore being awarded 2 Michelin Stars. This is a true testament to the consistency and dedication of our talented culinary team to continually raise the bar on Japanese cuisine in Singapore.”

“We are excited about the restaurant’s achievement and will continue to ensure our guests walk away with the rarest and most memorable of Japanese edomae sushi experiences. This high recognition will further galvanise our team at Shoukouwa, headed by General Manager, Genta Yamashita, to uphold and deliver the exquisite gastronomic journey that Shoukouwa stands for,” says Hanachiyo, our esteemed Japanese co-owner.

Named as an oasis of stillness, serenity and harmony, Shoukouwa Sushi Restaurant seats eight persons at the main sushi bar, with up to six persons in the private dining room. Presenting omakase-style menus, Shoukouwa uses the freshest and finest seasonal produce sent from Japan’s Tsukiji Market daily.

The Mio lunch menu is a tantalizing glimpse into the best of Shoukouwa, decanted to whet your curiosity for further exploration into the depth and richness of our unique Japanese artform. This menu is available for lunch at $150++ per person.

The omakase menus feature Miyabi and Hana at $320++ and $480++ per person respectively. TheMiyabi omakase set is designed to reflect its meaning – graceful and refined. For the more genteel appetite, this menu will caress your palate in elegant finesse with the finest and freshest seasonal seafood and produce. For Japanese food aficionados, our robust Hana omakase set takes you through the full range of our chefs’ culinary arts in preparing and presenting the magnificence of the seasonal seas around Japan. Omakase menus are available for both lunch and dinner.