Koh Grill & Sushi Bar – Japanese Eatery Known For Shiok Maki Has Closed After 17 Years

Koh Sushi Shiok Maki

Koh Grill & Sushi Bar, a casual Japanese eatery nestled in Wisma Atria’s Food Republic, offers Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices. Their standout dish, the Shiok Maki, keeps customers coming back for more.

The famous Shiok Maki eatery has closed down after operating in Wisma Atria’s Food Republic for 17 years.

Koh Sushi Shiok Maki

The legendary Shiok Maki Roll combines avocado, unagi, and aburi salmon, smothered in an irresistibly delicious creamy sauce that appears to be a perfect blend of mayo and mentai. It’s then generously sprinkled with tobiko. While the exact recipe remains a mystery, it’s definitely an enticing option!

Koh Sushi Yakisoba

Other than the Shiok Maki, Koh Grill & Sushi Bar also offers a wide selection of Japanese food including yakitori, maki rolls, sashimi, udon and soba.

We reached out to Chef-Owner Patrick Koh and he told us that the main reason for closing was because the lease at Wisma Atria’s Food Republic was up and the terms for the lease were changed.

Koh Sushi & Grill

This is probably not the end of Koh Grill & Sushi Bar as Chef-Owner Patrick Koh is currently taking a break and he is in the midst of reopening Koh Grill & Sushi Bar at another location.