Media Tasting at Ami Ami
Connect with your senses and enjoy a different Japanese dining experience at Ami Ami. Meet the conventional sushi reclassified with intense new flavours. The restaurant is big and the seats are spacious. Packed with an intensive menu, plenty of food to choose from! These are some of the Signature dishes that you may consider.
The crab shells are useful not just for aesthetic purposes. It is filled with generous servings of snow crab meat, diced omelette, crunchy cucumber, wasabi-flavoured shrimp roe on sushi rice served on a lovely crab shell. The shredded snow crab meat was a little dry but it’s nicely flavoured and appetising with the crunch from cucumber, wasabi shrimp roe.
Zuwaigani Shell Sushi at S$9.80.
Beautiful plating of mixed sashimi carpaccio! The seasoned assortment of sashimi with salmon roe and blanched sea urchin. We were told to mix all the sashimi and ingredients then enjoy it on the crispy butter toast. What we also enjoyed from this dish is the unique anchovy olive paste. It’s packed with healthy olive oil and pungent anchovy. Rest assured, there’s no fishy smell or taste in this sauce.
Mixed Sashimi Carpaccio at S$16.80.
This is not the typical sushi roll, using vegetable sheets as wrappings instead of traditional Japanese sushi seaweed. It’s hearty and refreshing with mixed fruits, prawn tempura, wasabi-flavoured shrimp roe, delish sauces such as mango mayonnaise. My girlfriend is a big fan of their sauces and wiped clean all the sauces. I feel it’s a filling dish as the portion of sushi is quite substantial.
Fruit & Ebi Tempura Vegetable Sheet Roll (4 pcs) at S$9.80.
Have you tried pizza on crispy spring roll skin? The fusion oven-baked sushi pizza with an ultra-thin crust (spring roll skin) topped with sushi rice, mixed sashimi, flying fish roe, omelette and avocado with spicy mayonnaise. I appreciate that the ingredients are more than the sushi rice! I also like their mozzarella cheese. It’s soft, gooey and doesn’t harden over time. The spicy mayonnaise is not for the faint. It may be very spicy for someone who doesn’t take the heat.
Sushi Pizza at S$17.80.
Among the three sushi variety offered, my pick would be Ebi tempura cheese pie roll. The oven-baked sushi is filled with crispy prawn tempura, soft and gooey cheese wrapped in a pie crust. The sushi is nicely plated with teriyaki sauce on the outer. And what’s the sorcery behind the pool of sauce at the middle? It’s teriyaki sauce mixed with whipping cream. The sauces added a burst of tangy and sweet flavour to the sushi roll.
Ebi tempura cheese pie roll (8 pcs) at S$15.80.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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How to go Ami Ami
Monday to Friday 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30–10PM
Address and Contact
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1-03/04 Great World City, 237994
Contact: +65 6835 9071
Travel and Parking
Parking available at Great World City.
Travel via public transport.
Walk 29 m to the bus stop at Somerset Station, Somerset Road. Board Bus 16, 175 at Somerset Station (08121), Somerset Road. Alight at Opposite Great World City, Kim Seng Road, 6 stops later. Walk 79 m to Great World City.
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