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9 Bishan Place
#01-22/30 Junction 8
Singapore 579837

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Got 12 plates of assorted sushi for $33. As I was sharing it with someone else, it was really worth with the cost being $16.5 each for really good quality sushi. Rice was soft and perfectly cooked, sashimi was fresh and the sushi was all well executed. Overall a great experience!


Don't miss the Dai Man Zoku Menu with 12 sushi types including Salmon Belly, Seared Salmon Belly with Black Pepper, Jumbo Ebi Fry, Maguro Tataki, Seared Sukiyaki and more!
Notice the difference between JUMBO EBI FRY from Dai Man Zoku Menu and Ebi Fry from the regular menu? It's 1.5x size of normal sushi at an affordable price of S$1.90!!! And did I mention? The ingredients are imported from JAPAN. It's such a steal! It's also fun whenever the sushi train (‘Kousoku’ (Express) System) sends your food immediately from the kitchen. .
Don't be disappointed if you're far from the North, the Dai Man Zoku Menu is available across all Genki Sushi Outlets in Singapore!

Are these men tiny or are the sushi big? Both, because Genki Sushi’s new Dai Man Zoku sushi is 1.5 times larger than regular sushi.
It’s my first visit to Genki Sushi in almost 10 years, and I’m surprised that it’s actually very decent for casual dining, and I think probably the best within their price category. It could be because they use sushi ingredients directly imported from Japan – premium rice with good texture and fragrance, vinegar from a distinguished factory in Gifu Prefecture, and shoyu from a producer with 200 year history.
Also very interesting is the ordering system. It is automated, by first ordering through an iPad, then see the sushi delivered using a mini Shinkansen bullet train to your table within a couple of minutes.
Twelve of these extra large sushi have been launched, and I liked the seared steam oyster with black pepper, and the seared fluke fin the most. Give them a try?
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