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yummy and tasty wooshi bowl with mala sauce give it a unique taste to it! I like their sweet potato noodle with avocado , boiled egg and tempura enoki. 😋😋a healthy option for your lunch / dinner . It is so filling! and cheap that cost $7.90 per bowl

Second time here and the quality of the food never disappoints! My first visit was approximately 3 months ago. The only comment I have is - their menu did not change so the experience was exactly the same as my first visit. ):

From the newly-opened Ichiho – Donburi & Sushi, which had recently opened its doors at Aperia Mall, taking over the former premises of now-defunct Grand Jete Izakaya & Bar. Serving items such as appetisers, salads, sashimi, sushi, Donburi, Tempura, and grilled meats, the Oshizushi is one of the few items served here that is less commonly found in such Japanese establishments here.

Essentially a box-pressed sushi, the sushi is shaped using a special wooden box for its rectangular appearance. The Unagi here comes pretty meaty here, carrying a slight sweetness from the glaze brushed over the top whilst also having a slight char, though the sushi rice here felt a tad bland being less vinegary and lacked a hint of sweetness to match — though that was still somewhat salvaged by the unagi’s glazing that provided that sweetness it lacked. A fairly decent dining option if in the area.


Loved the salmon aburi, while my fiancé had the chirashi bowl and yellowtail sashimi. The sashimi slices are thick and filling, which left us feeling satisfied with the value for our money.

Chanced upon this and we had 2 sets of omakase. If you always thought that omakase wont be filling, I guess the waiting during the entire course makes you full. Here they do not use white grain rice, instead they use red bean sushi rice. The sashimi was quite nice thou. $108 per set.

Fresh and thick sashimi!

Rice tasted good too. One of the better places for kaisen don.

This is surprisingly nice! Thought it might be too gao/ salty at the same time but it went well together if you eat the whole thing at once.

You wouldn't expect this - Standing Sushi Bar, known for their affordable and casual dining suited for family and fast-paced business crowds, actually has a separate chef sushi counter that offers a premium and intimate omakase experience.
I just recently dined at Odeon Towers outlet with @nantheless, lady boss of @standingsushibar. We were served by their head chef who came from an established fine dining Japanese restaurant in Singapore, for this special counter-only dining experience in an adjoining room separate from the main dining hall.
The sushi pictured are:
- Otoro, buttery, with touch of housemade wafu sauce - Tai with shiso sauce that's also a bit spicy
- Maguro Shoyu Zuke, also marinated with ginger for aroma
- Wagyu, with smoky garlic.
Surely, different from the sushi at Standing Sushi Bar that you've always known of. And much cheaper than what you would pay at fine dining Japanese restaurants.
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The unassuming store was tucked in a corner of Fortune Centre — a very quintessential feature of a good Japanese restaurant. I was immediately drawn to the shelves of Sake, a rare sight in SG.

Chef has a bubbly disposition, and it was interesting to see her bounce around the kitchen to get the food served to us.

They offer free sake tasting, which is definitely an experience.

I was pleasantly taken aback by the first dish - uni and king snapper noodles (see top right picture). Everything was very fresh and sweet. Some other highlights include the sashimi platter, ikura don and truffle unagi. I immensely enjoyed the freshness of the ingredients and the interesting fusion of different foods (such as the truffle on unagi). Would definitely revisit!