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Inspired by global flavors,
Single Fin Kitchen offers a fresh, creative and respectful interpretation of Japanese cuisine.

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Our Story

What Makes Single Fin Kitchen?

Single Fin Kitchen was created by Executive Chef Antonio Quindere in 2017 as a blend of his, surfing, the ocean, and Japanese cuisine.

We are ecologically responsible and neighborhood-approved. All fish is hand-picked by seasoned experts, ensuring our customers are receiving the finest quality ingredients.

Shibui is a Japanese word that describes elegant simplicity, and shibui is at the core of Single Fin's culinary repertoire.


Omakase, is a hand-selected experience by the chef that translates to “I will leave it up to you”. The Japanese tradition of giving the chef the creative freedom and the enjoyer a memorable experience.

At Single Fin Kitchen, Chef Quindere takes the traditional intimate Omakase experience and brings it directly to you. We have curated our Omakase boxes to guide you through the experience as if you were sitting at the sushi bar interacting with the Chef as he creates the perfect meal.

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A traditional Japanese Donburi is defined as a “rice bowl” consisting of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients served over rice.

Chef Quindere brings his favorite global influences to the traditional Donburi and expands it to a greater dimension. Using local seafood and vegetables, and combining them with vibrant flavors, our take on Donburi is an experience worth traveling to.

Fresh Fare From Our Local Fish Markets

Taste your way through our delicious and handcrafted menu, carefully curated for the ultimate experience. 


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Single Fin Kitchen takes people on a culinary exploration through extraordinary cuisine at your office, home, or ours. With a passion for food, Chef Quindere has a flair for igniting the senses using simple, fresh ingredients with a twist.

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