These days, sushi is a staple in modern society. No matter where you’re at, there’s always at least one sushi bar, or even stocks of assorted sushi lining up the shelves of your local supermarket.
In a cultural melting pot such as Singapore, you’ll probably find yourself spoilt for choice with oodles of sushi restaurants in virtually every neighbourhood on the Little Red Dot.
This time, however, our tastebuds direct us to the impending opening of Japan’s biggest kaiten (conveyor-belt) sushi chain, Sushiro, on August 19, 2019, at Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore – the first time this leading sushi joint has touched Southeast Asian soil.
Of course, Singaporeans are no strangers to kaiten sushi restaurants, as every major mall in the country has at least one of them. What Sushiro aims to offer above its current competitors is its sheer volume of sushi.
Boasting over 100 varieties of sushi complete with menu selections, you’ll have your hands (and possibly mouth) full of sushi of all kinds. Sushiro has wowed its customers at the homeland with mouth-watering entries such as Salmon with Cheese, Grilled Mackerel and Broiled Salmon with Basil Sauce (below).
And the best part is, they range from as low as S$2.20.
The sushi that populate the conveyor belts at Sushiro don’t last for more than a few minutes, removing a plate that has exceeded a stipulated amount of time thanks to an IT system that tracks how long each plate has remained on the belt. This ensures your sushi is always fresh and never loses its sumptuousness.
In any case, Sushiro is a must-visit for all you sushi enthusiasts who want some legit kaiten action. From August 19 onwards, of course.
Venue: 302 Tiong Bahru Road, #02-118 Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore 168732
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (last order 9.30pm)
Opening Week Opening Hours (from 19 – 25 August 2019): 11.30am – 9pm (last order 8.30pm)
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