435 Orchard Road
#04-21 Wisma Atria
Singapore 238877

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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😍The first generation of the signature sushi roll consists of Aburi Salmon, grilled Unago, avocado, fish roe and topped with the super thick mayo sauce. The flavours literally explode in your mouth as you bite the sushi roll. You know there's something special about the restaurant when there's always snaking queues even on a weekday! πŸ˜‹

One of those occasions where you spot a dish appearing on multiple neighboring tables and u frantically search the menu to order it. Turned out to be an ingenious combination of crispy tasty fish skin topped with bonito flakes and mayo. There’s almost always a queue during peak hours so be sure to reserve a table. Food service is efficient so hungry tummies will find prompt
comfort here.

$5. Slightly expensive for tofu, but the taste is out of the worldly goooooddd!


The maki in focus is the Shiok Maki Generation 2 (with fried tempura prawn) while the one behind is the Shiok Maki Generation 1 (with grilled unagi). Both are priced at $16.80++ for 8 pieces of maki. These maki are topped with a thick cut of aburi salmon and crunchy tobiko (flying fish roe), and are drenched in an excessive amount of their secret housemade sauce, which tastes like a rich and cheesy blend of mentaiko and mayonnaise. The sauce is undoubtedly the component that makes this maki so amazingly delectable, as it is extremely creamy and addictive! 🀀 This is hands down one of my favourite places to dine at whenever I need to satisfy my maki cravings ✨😌

How dare I call myself a food blogger leh? That insanely sinful molten cheese sauce and the generous fillings of salmon and roe. Never trust me when I say I'm going on a diet.

I know lotsa people swear by Koh Grill’s Shiok Maki, and though I found it pretty yummy I can’t say it was as mind-blowing an experience for me. I loooooved the smoky grilled unagi, aburi salmon, and omg that generous mountain of crunchy sweet tobiko; but I found the sauce too overpowering and overwhelmingly mayo-y. Those who love mayo would die for this I’m sure, and it definitely did help mask the overcooked and practically-lumped-into-conjoined-twins rice. But if it were up to me I’d definitely prefer one with a better proportion of sauce β€” have some balance for the whole dish.

There are 2 version of this.
First generation served with unagi & salmon.
Second generation served with 🍀.
My friends are fans of unagi, thus, you can guess my order.
I never eat unagi nor salmon, but this.. it taste good with the sauce! I can eat 🍚 just with the sauce 🀣

Affordable Japanese food? Check.
Quality for the price? Check.

I could hardly believe that I haven't dined at Koh Grill & Sushi Bar before this. After 3 long years away from Singapore without cheap and good Japanese food, this place was definitely a good choice to satisfy my food cravings. Topped with a generous amount of tobiko and creamy sweet-savoury sauce, this dish is a must-try all Japanese maki lovers.

Small portion, taste different from what we last had a year ago. Koh grill was removed from "place worth eating twice" list. 😞
πŸ“435 Orchard Road, #04-21 Wisma Atria Shopping Centre #yybfforchard

It quite worth the money since there is 2 prawns, pumpkin, eggplant, salmon skin and my fav runny lava egg.
Their grilled unagi($15) was okay. But they cut it into half, makes it look like it eaten piece. Somemore so small portion :( πŸ‘πŸ»1/5
βœ–οΈprobably not visiting it anymore. Their shiok maki portion and standard drop too much. Disappointment
πŸ“435 Orchard Road, #04-21 Wisma Atria Shopping Centre, Singapore 238877 #yybfforchard #yybffJapanese

Went on a Fri night. Long queue. Found out that they accept reservations! Perhaps one can call to reserve before going down :) got the shiok maki gen1 with avocado unagi and seared salmon. The unagi was quite a small pathetic portion though. Felt like portions have decreased since 3 years ago. $16.80++ for 8 pieces.

This plate of stir-fry udon contains generous amount of eggs, every mouth of udon is filled with the eggy bits. It also comes with carrots, spring onions, chicken and top with bonito flakes (S$10).

One of the best sukiyaki I had so far, with clear sweet savory broth and thin slices of pork plus sweet cabbage all in a bowl of goodness (S$14). Add on Ramen (S$2) or Udon (S$2.50).

Tender slices of unagi together with fresh avocado within the rice rolls. Aburi salmon pieces were place on top of the rice rolls, along with generous scoop of tobiko (S$16.80).

The fried udon tasted slightly different from what I had previously. Still good nonetheless, albeit being a tad salty.

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