Koh Grill & Sushi Bar (Wisma Atria)

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A great place for Japanese dishes and sushi

435 Orchard Road
#04-21 Wisma Atria
Singapore 238877

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Finally had my craving satisfied!! Went on a Friday night and the queue was so long that we decided to queue for sushiro but ended up waiting almost an hour which was even longer :-( decided to go for late lunch on Sat and waited for about 15 mins. Loooove the shiok maki $18.80+ for the eel one. It’s sinful but really so so good. Decided to be adventurous and try the pidan maki $16.80+ but didn’t really like it. Another must order which I forgot to take pic is the salmon fish head soup (sake atama soup $10+). The portion is so big and the warm soup just makes the meal more hearty. Spent about $27 per pax as we ordered agedashi tofu $5+ as well which could have been skipped given that there was tofu and vege in the soup. A must visit, no service charge!

Pretty decent. The soup is not too salty.

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Smoky and smooth fried udon with the vegetables providing that bite!

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Personally I preferred the Gen 2, but some of my friends thought that this is more authentic Japanese sushi “style” idk man

Both are fire

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Really rich and satisfying. Love the crunch of the shrimp tempura

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I believe this is familiar to everyone but interestingly, I actually never had this before.

This is the all famous Shiok Maki ($18.80) from Koh Grill & Sushi Bar, and my oh my I see why it's so famous. I got the gen 1 series which comes with unagi, and it's so generously drenched with some mayonnaise sauce and loads of tobiko. The fresh unagi and salmon pieces within, accompanied by the rich yet tangy sauce and umami from the tobiko, finally with the smoky flavours from the torch, this maki really lived up to it's name. Absolutely lovely. I had the whole maki to myself and it wasn't a problem!

The Yaki Udon ($12) was also good, with sweet savoury flavours and some smokiness from the stir fry. Love the chewy texture from the udon noodles!

Definitely back for more of the shiok maki!