This stalwart Japanese restaurant closed their Mohammad Sultan location in November. And then it reopened at The Grandstand in January. Regulars from their old digs are already streaming in to see popular local chef Edwin Tan. There’s a full house at dinner nightly and they recommend you book two days in advance for seats. The place has a 20-seat sushi counter and two private rooms: one for eight and one for twelve people. It’s pretty affordable too. Mid day sets such as the ladies lunch ($32), comprising chirashi sushi as well as chilled noodles and the unagi lunch ($25). Dinner brings three omakase sets ($150, $200 and $250). 

Heading over toward The Grandstand? Don’t miss any of our favorite food stalls at Pasarbella.