Dinner here is a journey of superlatives—from the restrained and stunning restaurant design to the plated works of art
Dinner at Esora is a journey of superlatives—from the restrained and stunning restaurant design to the works of art that are served on the plate. Esora means “painting in the sky” in Japanese, an ideal analogy for the poetry that comes through in chef-owner Shigeru Koizumi’s kappo-style fine dining restaurant. Menus are skillfully built on Japan’s micro seasons, and paired with well thought out tea-pairing selection. While there’s no sushi on the menu, you’ll be treated to an array of tantalising dishes that hark back to Koizumi’s childhood in Japan but given a modern reworking. Set in a heritage shophouse on Mohamed Sultan Road, Esora is currently only open for dinner service.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Bring Your Own Bottle||Yes|
|Dress Code||Smart casual|
|Corkage Charge||$75/Bottle or 1-for-1|