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Delicious mix of chirashi. There was a mixture of different types, some soft to the point of melting in the mouth, some firm, and all smooth and fresh. The rice is brown rice with a special seasoning, so it tastes like an upgraded version of sushi rice. I rarely eat rice but I finished up every grain of this. The miso soup also tasted better than any other miso soup I’ve ever had, and had lots of beancurd and seaweed in it. Absolutely delicious dinner. 1-for-1 with Entertainer made it especially worth it.

Soft tofu in century egg sauce with spring onions and tobiko on top. The sauce is thick and has an overwhelmingly strong taste of century egg. Quite an interesting side dish.

The ingredients are certainly fresh, the service impeccable, and you can have a very good omakase meal here, but this is the least favourite among my top sushi restaurants in Singapore. Compared to the two Shinji’s, Ashino, Kisho, Kimura, the dishes are much less diverse. I have a bias against 2-Mich-star Shoukouwa, where we had horrific service.

The ingredients are certainly fresh, the service impeccable, and you can have a very good omakase meal here, but this is the least favourite among my top sushi restaurants in Singapore. Compared to the two Shinji’s, Ashino, Kisho, Kimura, the dishes are much less diverse. I have a bias against 2-Mich-star Shoukouwa, where we had horrific service.

quite pricey considering the extremely small portion but nonetheless, enjoyable. genki’s mentaiko never disappoints and this satisfied my mentaiko craving!

Sushiro’s standard plates of sushi which include the perennially popular salmon & tuna nigiris are only $2.20++ a pop. The slightly more premium portions on golden plates, such as the titillating triple salmon (middle rear plate) are $3.20++. That’s mad decent for a plate that’s got a salmon & 2 salmon belly (one of which is torched) nigiris! Oh and that left plate? It’s literally called the ‘scallop large serving’ on the menu, and they weren’t kidding. The sizeable scallops were sumptuously sweet & fabulously fresh, and there’s no lack of it!

My personal favourite from Sushiro is most definitely the seasonal special Giant Cut Big 3 (rightmost plate, $4.80++), which sees a colossal cut of aburi salmon, and two leviathan shrimp, one head on, one head off. Both shrimp were acceptably fresh & subtly sweet, while the torched salmon...well, you can’t go wrong with a humongous blowtorched salmon slice, can ya now?

For an affordable fast dining sushi restaurant, Sushiro are definitely punching levels above their weight when it comes to pure quality.

Please take note of the size — Mini! It’s a small bowl that can fit into your palm. Fish and rice is sweet and flavourful.

A hidden gem in Goldhill Plaza, this restaurant boasts affordable prices and delicious donburis! Chow down on their Chicken Teriyaki Don ($7.90), Unagi Don ($10.90), Chicken Katsu Curry Don ($9.90) and everyone's all-time favourite - Aburi Mentai Salmon Don ($11.90).Think fresh salmon sashimi slices and fluffy Japanese rice, topped with a generous amount of mentaiko sauce torched to perfection. Yum, it's even got us salivating!
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@sushirosingapore (not to be confused with the artist currently known as Omote) is Japan’s biggest conveyor belt sushi chain, and even though they’ve had their first outlet open for a while now, I passed it up like a plate of edamame on the conveyor belt. However, they’ve got a big brand new outlet in Suntec City tower 4, and I’m kicking myself for not sampling Sushiro earlier.

The basic two buck sushi here were not neglected, and they were definitely up to snuff. The tuna & salmon were deliciously fresh and perfectly palatable with some wasabi, while the surprisingly sumptuous jack mackerel sushi was outstanding. The $3.20 plate of grilled conger eel was a disappointment though, as it had a mild taste of smoke & not much else.

Still, at slightly over $2 for a pair of salmon or tuna nigiris, Sushiro is belting out real good value Japanese sushi.

Sushi and sashimi were fresh and delicious. But the portion for sushi is quite small. Don is probably more value for money.

Always always always enjoy my visits to KKD! Very worth it! 🥰