Kampachi, renowned for its Japanese Sunday lunch buffet, will collaborate with the famed Sushi Shin for the first time at their EQ hotel restaurant from 1 to 10 November. The Tokyo-based Sushi Shin, led by chef Miyakawa, will dish out an omakase experience that’s limited to just eight seats at Kampachi’s 200 year-old Hinoki wood sushi counter, with an additional 12 seats in a private dining area.
Chef Miyakawa earned his three Michelin star status with his eponymous restaurant Sushi Miyakawa in 2017, which at the time was the only Hokkaido sushi establishment to earn such an accolade. Sushi Shin is the new sister restaurant to Sushi Miyakawa, whose success prompted chef Miyakawa to open Sushi Shin at the Mandarin Oriental Tokyo earlier this April.
Sushi Shin’s pop-up menus are available for lunch and dinner, presenting seasonal sushi and tsumami (appetisers) dishes. The lunch menu, priced at RM500+ from 12:00pm to 2:30pm, will feature 14-courses of nigiri . The dinner menu, however, with two time slots from 6:00pm to 8:00pm and 8:30pm to 10:30pm at RM1000+ per pax, will feature a decadent 18-course omakase menu.
For the connoisseur, there’s an exclusive dinner menu priced at RM2,400+, presenting not only the 18-course omakase menu but also with premium sake pairing throughout the meal.
The new Sushi Shin presents the same menu as its sister restaurant Sushi Miyakawa, focusing on highlighting the finest seasonal ingredients through authentic Edomae style sushi.