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68 Orchard Road
#B2-33/34 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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Sushi is expensive. So whenever it's discounted, it tends to feel shiok.

Not sure how this is eaten. Since there's no flesh or skin and it's deep-fried, I simply bit through everything. Deep-frying guaranteed some flavour.

On a diet and craving for wholesome Japanese food? This simple and delightful Salmon Shio Set ($13.80) from Kai Sushi & Grill @plazasingapura is a great option if you are in the area.


Conveniently located at B2 of Plaza Singapura where many exits from the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, Kai Sushi & Grill serves decent Japanese set meals, ricebowls, sushi and sashimi. This Salmon Zuke Don ($13.80) is served with 6 slices of succulent soy-marinated salmon and Japanese rice. What surprised me the most was the satisfying thick cuts of the fresh salmon! 😋


In the quaint, intimate restaurant of Kai, we watched the chef slice our fresh cuts of sashimi. Swordfish, with its mild flavour chews meaty and firm. With a richer, buttery aroma, Yellowtail is tender between your teeth. But Salmon remains our love! Bite into the chunk of sweet, creamy sashimi, tender and also thick. A first, and bliss it was 😊 Our chat with the helpful chef across the sushi bar made this meal all the more special.

Chirashi dons are quite possibly the healthiest bowls round town, given that it's simply just raw fish and other assorted seafood laid out atop a bed of steamed japonica rice.

Of course, when it's that simple, the onus is on the seafood to shine, and shine Kai Sushi's uni chirashi don ($20.90, if I remember correctly) certainly does. Although the salmon sashimi was a little rubbery, everything else was excellently executed. The fresh, plump and briny crabmeat, the fresh prawns that had a little snap to every bite, and the fat, briny, plump and sweet scallops which stole the limelight. The uni was captivatingly creamy, and helped the plain rice slide down just a little easier.

At the end of this lavish bowl of uni chirashi, there's a little triangle of tamago, which is slightly sweet and stunningly simple, yet is such a fitting end to a beautifully crafted chirashi don.