While its humble origins can be traced back to 2014, it was only in 2016 that Kappou was born from the entrepreneurial vision of Chef Aeron. Today, it is a modern ode to Japanese heritage, infused with the contemporary repose of a speakeasy.
Kappou’s dining philosophy of ritual meets art is evident everywhere you look. Chef Aeron’s artistic flair extends beyond the kitchen to the counter where diners can expect tableware to be more than a blank slate for each Omakase course to shine.
Custom curated and crafted for each dish, every little detail from tableware to glassware has been considered to bring out the unique culinary narrative of Chef Aeron. The extensive menu at Kappou is a showcase of seasonal ingredients, prepared with time-honoured Japanese techniques and finished with flavours of a forward palate.
Like the ingredients carefully selected for your meal, we source for artisanal beverages that are true to their origin, and reflective of the environment they have been made. From grower’s Champagne and small production wine, to specially crafted Sake and spirits, allow perfect pairings to create a dining experience greater than the sum of all its parts.
Kappou is a reservations-only counter-style restaurant
$298* per person
Up to 14 courses
$388* per person
Personalise your menu with premium seasonal ingredients.
Contact us for details.
*Subject to 10% service charge and prevailing Government taxes.
We require 72-hour notice for no shows, cancellations and/or reduction of party size prior will incur a charge based on selected menu per person. Any changes to your booking are only accepted via phone at +65 8454 6456. Cancellations can be made via phone or through the reservations system.
““I am a Chef from my heart. I have always been.”
- Chef Aeron -
18 Robinson Road, #03-01
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+65 8454 6456
Tuesday to Saturday
7pm to 10.30pm
(Closed on Sunday and Monday)
An automated parking system is available at 18 Robinson Road (carpark entrance via Market Street).
Please allow time for your vehicle to be retrieved.
138 Market Street