252 North Bridge Road
#03-28A Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Salmon and Roe Rice Bowl - $22
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This donburi comes with generous portion of mixed thick cut salmon and roes. Salmon lover must order this. Fresh and flavourful. It’s call 鮭親子丼 as the roes are supposed to be the child of the salmon, so it’s vaguely translated as Salmon Parent Child Ricebowl. Cute name actually. Oh, meal is also served with soup and salad. To complete the experience, I also ordered their dessert, Yuzu Mochi ($3) which is so QQ on the outside, and refreshing on the inside
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Koji Sushi Bar
@kojisushibars

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I feel the price is reasonable with the amount of fresh ingredients, from Salmon, Amberjack, scallops, fatty Tuna, Sea urchin, Seabream, Stripped jack and salmon roe.
💰$38
📍Koji Sushi Bar.
252 North Bridge Road,#03-28A.

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Sashimi is always a comfort food for Nibbler. The donburi at Koji are very fresh as usual and well seasoned with generous amount of assortment of raw fish, tobiko, ikura, rice puffs and jellyfish. For this $20 bowl of happy food, it comes along with a salad appetizer and miso soup.

The sashimi rice bowl with mixed grain rice is a nice clean break after the past days of heavy CNY feasting. Will highly suggest to go with the mixed grain rice because the chewy texture pairs well with the sashimi or you could top it up with uni for the briny richness.

The outlet at Raffles City is their second branch in SG and I will gladly make my way to this outlet vs the Pickering branch - is so much more spacious here and I can be sure to get a table here even if walk-ins.

At $5 a pop, the Beancurd with Century Egg was worth a try even though the portion was certainly on the smaller side. Served in a cup, the chilled tofu was decently silky and was largely flavoured by the savoury century egg (pidan) sauce. The ratio of tobiko to beancurd was also pretty shiok as you get a good crunch with almost every bite.

My little bowl of celebration, Koji Sushi Bar’s Special Sashimi Rice Bowl ($35) was a treat for both the eyes and stomach; presented with relatively thick slices of fresh-tasting salmon, tuna, scallops, amberjack, sea bream, briny pops of roe and soft strips of creamy sea urchin. The bowl also had grated Japanese mountain yam and a silky egg yolk above my choice of mixed grain rice (+$1) which provided an interesting add-on of textures. Though satisfying, the bowl’s premium price tag was a tad difficult to swallow in my opinion as you can get as much out of their other donburi options. Each order of donburi comes with a bowl of miso soup and salad doused in sesame sauce as well.

still thinking about this salmon roe don at @kojisushibars // all time favourite japanese restaurant best known for their authentic and amazingly fresh sashimi place!

no kidding when I say their sashimi cuts are so thick and fresh, loaded with fish roe 🥰😍 ordered any mains to get yourself a side of salad + miso soup.

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