Photo credit: OHAYO MAMA SAN

Japanese fusion resto-bar Ohayo Mama San at 313@Somerset features all day brunch and more

Some highlights include exquisite Geisha-inspired cocktails and the brand’s special curation of sakes.

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Published: 5 May 2022, 4:53 PM

If you are a food enthusiast looking for a new joint to patronise, Ohayo Mama San is a Japanese resto-bar which combines modern Nihon and Asia, providing a unique dining experience.

Conveniently located on the ground floor of 313@Somerset, the fusion eatery is the brainchild of the team behind Takeshi-San, a Japanese restaurant known for its sushi rolls and sakes.

Its extensive menu contains a wide variety of selection – all-day brunch sets, Japanese tapas, Japanese fusion mains, high tea seats and more.

Accommodating up to 70 seaters, the eatery’s interior includes bar seats, long tables as well as intimate booths for smaller groups or couples. 

Those looking for a light meal can try out their Empowered Pappadams which are served with a generous drizzle of Ikura and Tobiko. The dish costs $20 for 10 pieces.


Ohayo Mama San’s signature Riceless Sushi rolls are a healthier version of the sushi with pure proteins and greens. PHOTO CREDIT: OHAYO MAMA SAN


At Ohayo Mama San, a healthier version of the sushi is born in Ohayo Mama San’s signature Riceless Sushi rolls with pure proteins and greens.

For the sushi lovers, the Dancing Geisha, a delectable combination of salmon and tuna topped up with fresh ikuru is available for $24. 

Their signature all-day brunch menu is available daily from 11am to 6pm.


The Madam Benedict Egg Brunch ($24) includes egg benedicts atop sourdough, honey yoghurt, mushrooms, seafood and vegetable chowder. PHOTO CREDIT: OHAYO MAMA SAN


For tea time, customers can choose between their Sweet Time Tea Party and Mixed Messages Tea Party sets which can be paired with a few drink selections. 

A pot of TWG’s fragrant tea costs $38. An alternative is Ohayo Mama San’s Passion Mimosa cocktail which costs $58. Their award-winning House Sake is also an option at $65. 

Ohayo Mama San’s happy hour runs from 11am to 8pm from Mondays to Saturdays and lasts all day on Sundays. 


The Geisha Cocktails will taste of mint, bubblegum, citrus and more. PHOTO CREDIT: OHAYO MAMA SAN


Those who wish to indulge can check out their exclusive Geisha Cocktails such as Ruby Rose and Madam Butterfly which cost $12 during happy hours and $18 subsequently. Additionally, beers begin from $8 per pint while glasses of their House Sake start from $10. 

For those who are adventurous, Ohayo Mama San also offers a fusion menu, comprising of dishes such as Wagyu Cubes Nyonya Rendang in Baked Onion with Jap Garlic Rice which costs $26.

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