Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant

Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant
Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant
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  • Loved for
    Hokkaido sashimi ingredients
  • Prices
    From S$48++ per pax
  • Address
    M Hotel Singapore Level 9
    81 Anson Road, S 079908
  • Phone
    +65 8180 5131
  • Opening hours
    Mon to Fri 11:30 - 14:00, 17:45 -  22:15
    Sat, Sun, PH 12:00 - 14:30, 17:45 - 22:15
  • Website
  • A relatively new player in Singapore’s Japanese dining scene, Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant has quickly become a favorite among Singaporeans and expats since its establishment in 2016.

    The restaurant prides itself on using fresh ingredients from Hokkaido and offers an a la carte buffet with free-flowing sashimi and much more.


    • Fresh seasonal fish, air-flown directly from Hokkaido: This Japanese restaurant sources its ingredients from Sapporo, Hokkaido, in Japan. As a result, their tuna, salmon, swordfish, yellowtail, and octopus are all fresh, making it a delightful sashimi meal for their customers.
    • Rare bluefin tuna is available for sashimi buffets: Bluefin tuna, one of the most highly prized and premium types of tuna in Japanese cuisine, is renowned for its rich flavor, fatty texture, and melt-in-your-mouth tenderness. The good news is that this rare and exquisite ingredient is available in the buffet menu of Hokkaido Sushi for diners to enjoy.

    BUFFET MENU: Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant is best known for its a la carte buffet menu, featuring

    • appetizers
    • sashimi
    • sushi
    • maki
    • temaki
    • fried dishes 
    • stir-fried
    • yakimono grill
    • noodles
    • and rice


    • Adult (Lunch): S$48+ per person
    • Adult (Dinner Mon to Thu): S$55+ per person
    • Adult (Dinner Fri to Sun and Public Holidays): S$58+ per person
    • Child (Lunch): S$27+ per person
    • Child (Dinner): S$30+ per person
    • Child in a baby chair: Free

    LOOK & FEEL: Hokkaido Sushi Restaurant, located on the 9th floor of M Hotel Singapore, boasts a modern and simple interior design. Its shiny tiled floor and comfortable seating give it a slightly more casual atmosphere than the average high-end Japanese restaurant. However, this is precisely what makes it so appealing, as customers can relax and enjoy the restaurant’s fresh sashimi without feeling too formal or stuffy.


    • All guests at one table must choose a buffet or order off the menu.
    • Leftovers will be charged at a la carte prices.
    • No takeaway for leftovers.
    • The restaurant can be busy, so making an advanced reservation is recommended.
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