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302 Tiong Bahru Road
#02-118 Tiong Bahru Plaza
Singapore 168732

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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They offer an interesting variety of sushi options that’s not found in other places like Sushi Express and Genki Sushi. This might appeal to those who prefer something unique or different. However, I guess I have boring taste buds and was not majorly attracted to any of their sushi offering. Nevertheless, the 4 plates of sushi I’ve tried were fresh and generous (beef, salmon, broiled salmon with basil cheese, and scallop). I really liked their hojicha pudding (from hattendo cafe). Their matcha parfait was not bad.

I was also surprised to note that hot green tea was lumped together with other soft drinks and packaged as a $3.50++ free flow drink option. Will probably give this a miss and just go for their free self-service water in the future.

I was certain that I was not used to calling this restaurant’s name without thinking of Bara Chirashi Don, but I was thrilled to try out this place after much talk from the Burpple community about this place.

If there was something I wished I could pay more attention to, it was that the waiting time for a table could be more than an hour during peak hours for walk-in customers. And so they came up with a mobile application solely dedicated for advanced table reservation.

To me, this place was like a combined form of Itacho Sushi, Genki Sushi and Sushi Express. The sushi came with a very small portion of rice and a large piece of fresh ingredient on top. Taking a counter seat allowed me to admire the plates of ready-made sushi on the conveyor belt, and if there was something else you wanted to order, just use the tablet device to order them, and they would come to your table via express lane. Very modern, very fun.

Food-wise, I really enjoyed their Otoro Nigiri (S$4.80), which was on a S$2.20 promotion during this visit. It was fatty and just so delicious! The Crab Cream Croquette (S$3.50) was really warm and creamy, as the only part that appeared more solid was the crust. And because some of the sushi rice got stuck to the plates, I found a lot of satisfaction eating the sushi by holding it with my fingers, which was perfectly acceptable in Japanese culture!

I was also pleased with their Miso Soup with Fish (S$2.50), which came with kelp and four pieces of fish. I would have loved it more if there weren’t any big bones present on them, to enjoy it with a peace of mind.


Visited Sushiro during the first week it opened with a reservation made 4 days prior to the date itself. Arrived 15 minutes earlier and checked in so that I had a place by the actual time I booked! However, if you did not book, do note that walk-ins might not be available especially during dinner time!

Most of the plates are priced at $2.20++ and the rest at $3.20++ and $4.80++ . If you spend over $20, you will receive a stamp on the Sushiro card.

Being a prawn lover, I must say that their prawn sashimis sushis are really as fresh as it can get. Tunas were good too!

However, the Unis, beef and salmon were not as fresh as I expected it to be.

It’s the closest that one can get if you miss Sushiro in Japan! Will come back again once in awhile.

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Surprised to find kani miso at this price tag! Can’t say it’s the best, but I’d order it again as it’s either more expensive or not as commonly found in other chains. They also have the $3.20 version that comes with crab meat instead of cucumber.

There’s the usual hot chawanmushi ($3.50) too, but we went with the cold because we were so curious how it would taste like! It came topped with bits of savoury jelly on top, and had bits of prawn, fishcake and chicken in the egg custard. The egg in our cup was a little crumbly, but still interesting and worth a try!

Batter was a little thick for the prawn to batter ratio.