Itacho Sushi (Jewel Changi Airport)

10 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
Itacho Sushi restaurant serves an array of authentic Japanese sushi that showcases the freshness and natural sweetness of their premium sashimi. Minimal seasoning is used in the preparation of their sushi so you can taste every note of natural umami.

78 Airport Boulevard
#B2-210 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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Friday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Earliest bunch of people at the restaurant today! Cos other food places still not open yet. Had a hearty meal with friends though we wanted to go cycling but didn’t in the end due to unwelcoming rainy weather!

View of the bottom of the rainfall vortex. Some unusual sushi’s (eg. foie gras handroll) at reasonable prices. However, the quality isn’t very high - below Sushi Tei and above Sakae Sushi. The app for ordering must have been designed by a rookie, because it is most user-unfriendly.

Udon In Soup with Pork Chop ($12.80) was quite sweet for soup for first tries of drinking probably to Japanese Turnip but after that quite salty with eating with fried pork chop. Fried Pork Chop is quite delicious and crispy texture for outer skin. Its quite crowded during weekend dinners and need to wait for queue number for a while unless you don’t mind the counter sitting area when pressing for queue number over the front area. I didn’t noticed that queue system implemented at Itacho Sushi and its not so obvious to see that unless you approach help for people.

Grilled Eel With Scrambled Egg & Rice without set meal ($16.80 exclude GST and service charge) is quite expensive for dinner time but its worth for taste was soft and tender with grilled over charcoal fire having marinated teriyaki sauce. Its filled with steamed white rice and scrambled egg & onion. I prefer to order ala carte for main and side dish so I can taste more variety of sushi selling over Itacho Sushi. Its quite crowded during weekend dinners and need to wait for queue number for a while unless you don’t mind the counter sitting area when pressing for queue number over the front area. I didn’t noticed that queue system implemented at Itacho Sushi and its not so obvious to see that unless you approach help for people.

Really good but portion was quite small

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