Omakase under $200 in Singapore: Where to go and what to eat

Check out these restaurants with omakase menus under $200. PHOTOS: WONG AH YOKE, KEN JAPANESE RESTAURANT
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SINGAPORE - Omakase - which means "I'll leave it to you" in Japanese and is used to refer to a meal of dishes selected by the chef - is offered at many high-end restaurants.

Because some charge $450 or more a person, the term has become synonymous with expensive dining.

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