Japan’s leading conveyor belt sushi chain, Sushiro, has established itself in Singapore since 2019. Their first outlet at Tiong Bahru Plaza saw much success, leading quickly to their second outlet at Isetan Scotts Shaw House in 2020. I tried both outlets, and both had the same consistencies in terms of food quality and service.
What stands out most for Sushiro is their extensive menu that is sure to leave you spoilt for choice. Luckily for the most of us who are normal salaried workers, dining at Sushiro would not break the bank because most of their plates are an affordable $2.20! For two pax, the average bill works out to be just slightly below $40.
My favourites are:
- Salmon belly
- Salmon with cheese and basil
- Iberico pork
- Tempura prawn
- Egg plant
- Boiled conger eel
Funny story. When I asked my dad to try the eggplant sushi, all he said was, “isn’t this like cai png?”. I fully agree, but this hasn’t stopped me from ordering this dish whenever I visit Sushiro.
All in all I love Sushiro but I feel that their cooked food can be better with the exception of the chawanmushi and ramen. By the time the cooked food reached me, the temperate had already dipped to room temperature which gives me the impression that it wasn’t freshly prepared. I can only imagine it’d be otherwise super comforting to bite into a piece of warm sushi.
Sushiro is always crowded, especially on weekends. I strongly recommend downloading their app and making a reservation at least two days before to avoid having to wait. Do note that Sushiro has a dining limit of 60 minutes and they’re pretty strict about it.
Sushiro Tiong Bahru Plaza
302 Tiong Bahru Road, #02-118, Singapore 168732
Daily: 1130am to 10pm
Sushiro Shaw House
350 Orchard Road, #03-K1/K2, Singapore 238868
Sundays to Thursdays: 11am to 8pm
Fridays and Saturdays: 11am to 830pm
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