Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

Sushi: Definition

Sushi describes some popular form of cuisine which many from diverse cultures enjoy.

Essentially chunks of fish covered by rice with seaweed, sushi is a fast food, quick snack and food form which many universally enjoy.

Sushi has a rich history, on the market there are many distinct versions of sushi or crafting styles.

Origins, history of Sushi

Sushi originated from Southeast Asia from efforts to preserve the shelf life of fish through wrapping fish within fermented rice.

Some 4th-century Chinese dictionaries contain a character which means pickled fish kept in rice with salting.

Many found out that upon dipping salted fish inside fermented rice, such fish was preserved through using pickling processes.

These are the oldest form of sushi. Once cooked rice is put in to begin the fermentation procedure, lactic acid bacilli is aired out. Such bacilli blend in with salt to pickle up fresh fish.

Sushi: Mode of preparation

Sushi gets crafted from slender slices of raw fish which get covered with rice with seaweed.

The seaweed, named nori, gets combined along dipped bamboo nets.

Though certain sushi gets manufactured by automation, top grade sushi is hand-made, crafted carefully.

Many sushi rolls get made through choosing different species of fish which meet very high standards in terms of fat levels, colors, or flavors.

The sushi chef slices out tiny sections of raw fish, then seasons these along spices, like some ginger roots.

Wasabi or soy sauce get often used to season sushi rolls.

The chefs add in some form of vinegar which gets boiled from fermented rice to season white rice which gets used to wrap up fresh fish with spices.

Then, the roll gets wrapped up using portions of nori leaves.


Katachi Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Katachi Sushi

Specialty They are an upscale and comprehensive Japanese Sushi “Kaiseki”, and Sushi Restaurant that offers exceptional dining, take‑out experiences. They serve Traditional Kaiseki with a focus on Sushi and gourmet a la carte menu ranging from appetizer, salad, grilled, deep fried, simmered, hot pot, rice bowl and desserts. Omakase Sushi Bar concept.

Services: Umami Soup, Salmon sushi, Striped Jack sushi, Sashimi, Inaniwa Udon Noodle

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Address 15 Stamford Road #01-82 Arcade @ Capitol Kempinski
Telephone +65-6241 6447
Opening hours 12 pm to 2.30 pm, 6 pm to 9.30 pm
Review 1 Would like to praise a staff specially, Ms Marylynne.


She went out of her way to help me even before i’ve visited the restaurant. She helped me make a purchase of a cake for my fiancé during her break time to help me surprise my fiancé.


Her service throughout our dining experience was fantastic and we have enjoyed our time there because of her. We strongly believe she deserve the recognition by katachi for such a fantastic service.

Review 2 Great sushi and good location!! Probably one of the best sushi places in Singapore for value!!

Visited 3 times already recently, but the first time was even better in terms of freshness and quality. Maybe because they are running the promotion for so long, and they are bringing down the quality of the fish? The Japanese chef at the Omakase counter area looked very tired and he had no smile on his face… I understand that he is busy though.

I recommend that he stops doing the promotion and maintain the quality and energy!! Will come back again for sure.

Review 3 The nigiri was amazing – fresh and melt in your mouth! Fish were sliced perfectly and the rice was compact yet you could taste every grain. Perfect mouthfeel! If I had more stomach space I would have ordered an extra 9 pieces of nigiri. Prices were fair given the quality and quantity of food.


Akindo Sushiro Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Founded over 30 years ago, SUSHIRO is now the top sales Kaiten Sushi chain in the Japan market. The menu ranging from authentic sushi to creative ones offers about 80 varieties of delicious dishes. The extensive side menu: line-up includes tempura, ramen, Udon noodle, desserts. There are 2 conveyor belts.

Services: Jack Mackerel sushi, Cuttlefish with Soy Sauce, Shrimp with Cheese Sushi, Tuna with Soy Sauce, tempura prawns

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Address #03-K1/K2, Shaw House 350 Orchard Road Singapore 238868
Telephone +65-6514 0390
Opening hours 11 am to 8.30 pm
Review 1 Superb value for money sushi train restaurant direct from Japan. Be prepared to join the Q if you have not made a reservation. Waiting times easily in excess of 1h for walk-ins. But the wait is worth it for the range and quality of sushi on offer. For the prices, it is really excellent. In addition to sushi, there are also side dishes and rice/noodles on offer. Located inside Isetan.
Review 2 Highly recommend! First experience at Sushiro after recommendation from my Japanese colleague. Was not disappointed! Standards were as good as the rotating belt Sushi chains I’ve tasted in Tokyo, if not better. The pricing is pricier than tokyo but matches to Singapore’s sushi pricing relative to the likes of chains like sushi tei, ichiban, and sakae, but quality is so much better to local competition. I specifically liked the monkfish liver sushi, sardine sushi, dry uni ramen, tamago sushi. Queue was quick, was estimated a 45 min wait but ended up getting seats in 15 mins. Ordering system was straightforward and automated food service was efficient.
Review 3 1st time trying out Sushiro at scotts! Sushi were great and fresh! Love the Tonkotsu Ramen broth reminds us of all the nice ramen we had in Japan!! the egg is perfectly done as well. The wild tiger prawn were red prawns were big and juicy as well! would definitely come back again!


Tomi Sushi Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Tomi Sushi

Specialty Tomi Sushi Novena has created for their patrons a taste of Japan prepared and served in keeping with their long-established traditions. They offer a variety of foods such as Japanese noodles, “wafu” steak and Grilled items. Best for enjoying true charm of SUSHI bar. Fresh sea food flown from Niigata.

Services: Sushi, rice bowls, bento sets, tempura rice bowl, Japanese sake

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Address 238 Thomson Rd, #02 – 76 / 77, Singapore 307683
Telephone +65- 6255 2355
Opening hours 11.30 am to 2.30 pm, 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Review 1 Is good to make a reservation on weekend dining. Our first visit, like the environment and table services. Sushi are decent, taste fresh. Personally like their soy sauce (smell good and salty enough to go with shashimi) and wasabi. Overall, the dining cost is high but worth to go again for quality food.
Review 2 Varied choices for the set lunches which are priced reasonably. Pleasant service crew who will check on your needs regularly. Recommended for a good lunch at busy Novena area. 😊
Review 3 Sushi is fresh and food delicious. We go frequently and service is always excellent. They have very good value lunch sets!


Sushitei Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty An exciting concept by Sushi Tei that is nestled in the bustling Paragon, Matsukiya doles out traditional kushiyaki that is grilled over binchō-tan. The restaurant uses high-quality ingredients, such as hormone-, cage- and antibiotic-free chicken, Miyazaki wagyu ribeye and foie gras. All the ingredients are glazed with special in-house marinade.

Services: Kushiyaki set lunch, Charcoal grill set lunch, grilled squid, Salmon sushi, unagi sushi

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Address #05-02 Paragon 290 Orchard Road Singapore 238859
Telephone +65 6219-1771
Opening hours 11.30 am to 3 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 This meal was at lunch time. I definitely enjoyed the food here 😛 i might have to break it down here. Start with the side dishes. Wagyu was done right at medium rare, tender full of flavor & juicy thanks to the very nice marbling on it. Grilled pork belly is very well seasoned, the light char flavor definitely a good lift to the flavor. Ox tongue with lemon on the side is so tender, lemon complements the taste and covered the mild gamey taste. I never knew Cod fish goes so well with the smell and citrus flavor of the lime, the lime literally doesn’t make the fish texture as oily as it looks and gives it a refreshing touch. The salmon belly by itself is so welldone, crispy skin juicy meat. The wagyu donburi served with ikura and foie gras, in 1 spoonful with the components including the onsen egg, taste so creamy, juicy, sweet and savory. The foie gras has a crispy outer layer that they torched nicely, crunch from it and smoky flavors really elevated the experience of the taste. I never knew foie gras can be so enjoyable. Overall it was a very satisfying meal for me with a very good service team that they have. The price is on the high side. Would come bak again for special occasion 🙂
Review 2 Their Wagyu Foie Gras Donburi set is the highlight of their lunch menu. Absolutely stunning to look at and tastes even better! Truly a decadent treat for a special occasion.
Review 3 Great value for money set lunches.


Magurodonya Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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MaguroDonya Miuramisakikou Sushi

Specialty The Freshest Maguro in Town by Maguro (tuna) Donya (wholesaler) from Miura Misaki Port, Japan. They purchase only Maguro (tuna) that are allocated in the catch quota and are professionally managed. They do not deal with Maguro “less than 10kg of bluefin tuna” and ones caught by “round haul vessels”.

Services: Maguro sasmimi, Mebachi sashimi, Kanpachi sashimi, salmon sashimi, Matsu Set

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Address 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-310 Suntec City Mall, 038983
Telephone +65-6684 5054
Opening hours 11.30 am to 2 pm, 5.30 p, to 10 pm
Review 1 Fantastic tuna textures i have never tasted before.. very interesting and pleasant experience. Servuce was great. Price is on the high side, but the servings are bigger than you would expect. Totally recommend!
Review 2 The restaurant is more than amazing. The food is absolutely speechless 😆. Recommend to sit at the sushi counter, the chefs are very friendly n knowledgeable in Japanese food and you might probably be the first one to know the special dish of the day from the chiller 😆.

I’d say the only not-so-perfect is the wait staff but overall my husband n friends are way too happy. Will definitely come again n again and host many friends here. Thank you for the head chef and the 2 amazing chefs who gave made this incredible night.

Review 3 A great place to get fresh sashimi from Japan. Very well priced and presented meals by Japanese chef.


Miraku Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty They provide a delightful and relaxing Omakase experience with fresh ingredients flown from Japan daily. Featuring Japanese Omakase at a moderate price. Miraku sets in a cozy atmosphere with 15 counter-seaters. It is the place for customers that need the ‘little extra’ – a place to pamper themselves, have gatherings.

Service: Nigiri sushi, hand roll, Uni Ikura bowl, Sushi roll, Assorted sashimi

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Address 3 Pickering Street, #01-31, Nankin Row, 048660
Telephone +65-6904 9783
Opening hours 11.30 am to 3 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 Had the Miraku Sushi course, and it was a fantastic experience.

About 16 courses in total, with dishes complementing the previous. At first I was a little underwhelmed by the gentle and neutral taste from the first three dishes, but later understood it was designed not to conflict the more flavourful dishes later on.

I appreciated that the sushi were bite sized and well tempered so the temperature difference from the ingredients complemented each other.

Service was wonderful – Chefs were very approachable and prepared our sushi following our eating speed. Staff were attentive as well.

Review 2 Had Miraku sushi course during lunch time. I think Miraku is a very good value sushiya considering their fine quality sushi. Very attentive service, clean and cozy, creative and delicious dishes. Five stars bravo.
Review 3 Had a lunch sushi course. Miraku has a fine quality and fresh sashimi. Very attentive service especially Chef Steven, He is attentive and humble person as can see his passionate being a chef. Overall worth more than 5 stars . Would highly recommend to friend to try .


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Chojiro Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Located at the bustling Capital Square on 23 Church Street, #01-02/08, GOCHI holds six different Japanese food concepts, ranging from Japanese heritage food brands to modern day treats. Singaporeans can enjoy a wide range of delectable Japanese cuisine at the new venue, including conveyor-belt sushi chain Chojiro: Sushi, grill, tempura.

Services: Seared scallop sushi, pickled mackerel, tuna, shrimp avocado, shrimp tempura

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Address 23 Church St, Capital Square, Singapore 049481
Telephone +65-6226 1271
Opening hours 11 am to 3 pm, 5 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 Amazing sushi at s great price. Fish flown in from Japan, lovely selection of all different kinds of sushi. Had some great tuna and salmon sushi and nigiri, the shrimp roll was great, and the chef even threw in some special sushi for us on the house! Plus beer from Japan? #winning
Review 2 Overall was a fantastic dinner experience. Sushi and sashimi were fresh. The fish was of high quality with nice texture and taste. The wasabi from the 2nd course was absolutely delicious. It has a rougher texture and stronger wasabi kick which I rarely find in most japanese restaurants.

We had the tempura, miso soup and chawanmushi which were flavourful yet well balanced.

Finally, we had the dessert which were ice cream with 4 flavors (matcha, strawberry, vanilla and black sesame. Ice cream had a nice silky smooth texture. Black sesame was definitely my favourite. Matcha had that smoky flavor which balanced out the sweetness from the strawberry and vanilla ice cream.

Service was excellent. The waitresses were friendly, warm and attentive. We felt that we were being taken care of.

5/5 must visit. Will definitely come again to try out the other dishes.

Review 3 Genuine Japanese sushi! Customer service was a bit lacking but they did look very tired since it was near closing (chefs were super friendly and jovial though). Loved the sashimi, would come back


The Sushi Bar Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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The Sushi Bar

Specialty The Sushi Bar aims to provide diners with fine food, but in a casual non-pretentious environment. A special menu of ever-changing food items, a wide range of common and rare Japanese Sake and Whiskey supplement the experience. They believe in creating food that is value for money to their diners.

Services: Mixed sashimi, scallop sushi, yellowtail tuna sushi, blue fin tuna sushi, salmon aburi roll

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Address 14 Scotts Road #04-28, Singapore 228213
Telephone +65-9653-6464
Opening hours 11.30 am to 9.45 pm
Review 1 Great kaisen chirashi don! The swordfish sashimi was so good! Salmon was good too but the swordfish stole the limelight; it was so fresh, sweet, and thick slice!

One of our favourite places for chirashi don and sashimi!

Review 2 I cannot find another place selling similar good quality cuts, freshness and portion! Seriously recommended to visit at anytime of the day, as can get very busy during lunch and dinner. Staff crew also friendly and pro handling crowd management. Their standard of service is definitely equivalent to established restaurant. Chef behind the bar also works very hard as well. I should say they have a greet team work in keeping customer happy to eat there every time.
Review 3 Value for money. Quality and portions are consistent over the years. If you want to order other dishes or have a small appetite, go for a small donburi (2 slices of each sashimi vs 3 for regular).


Maki Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Founded in 2012, Maki-San brought the concept of fun and endless possibilities to the masses. It is the original brand in Asia, which allows customers to create their own sushi and salads. If you seek different flavors, exotic ingredients from all over the world, choose Maki-San sushi, wraps, salads, rolls.

Services: Little San Salad, Little San Sushi, crepe egg wrap, sprinkle, dressing

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Address 2 Handy Rd, #B1-17/18 Former Cathay Building, Singapore 229233
Opening hours 10.30 am to 9 pm
Review 1 Great place for a grab and go sushi. You can customize your own sushi with a long list of ingredients they have. Love the concept and the sushi tasted delicious and fresh.

The large sushi cost $9.90, a little on the high side but it comes loaded with a lot of ingredients. I would say it’s worth it.

Only downside is that they make the sushi a little slow. But it was made up by the great service the staff provided. Really friendly and always smiling, kudos to that.

Review 2 Great place for a grab and go sushi. You can customize your own sushi with a long list of ingredients they have. Love the concept and the sushi tasted delicious and fresh.

The large sushi cost $9.90, a little on the high side but it comes loaded with a lot of ingredients. I would say it’s worth it.

Only downside is that they make the sushi a little slow. But it was made up by the great service the staff provided. Really friendly and always smiling, kudos to that.

Review 3 When you need fast food but sick and tired of the other boring options, Makisan should be the cure for that. Best snack to accompany your movie!


NJoy Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Discover Sushi-GO with over 100 varieties, including innovative sushi, hot items and desserts that will be delivered to your table via a mini shinkansen-shaped bullet train on a railway track replica. According to the Sushi-GO, the bullet train is a symbol of their commitment in providing a fuss-free, speedy service.

Services: Spicy Onion Chashu Sushi, Mala Clam Gunkan, GO-Tsunami Sushi, Ikura Gunkan

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Address 1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-49 Shopping Centre, Jurong Point, Singapore 648886
Opening hours 11 am to 10 pm
Review 1 The Japanese dining food court here is absolutely fantastic. We ordered a variety of food items here and the quality of the food we ate was excellent. The four cheese pizza is delicious and flavourful. The Wagyu beef bento box was superb as well. Loved the flavours and the freshness of the beef was mouthwatering. Will surely be back here. The sushi was fresh and I particularly loved the smoked salmon sushi we ate. The dining hall has a nice seating arrangement as well.
Review 2 Food was great. Price slightly lower than restaurant. Worth a try I would say.
Review 3 Very good rice and beef, very well cooked. No vegetables, which would make the meal healthier. Japanese style, with a nice location, enough space to avoid to be too close to other people. Good place to have a quick and tasty dinner. The machines to order are a little bit counter-intuitive, being connected exclusively with their related local stands.


MIYU Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Miyu is derived from the word kindness and citrus fruit. Miyu also signifies their sincerity in serving their guests. Their specialty in delicate Japanese Omakase along with attentive service will show you, their sincerity. Each menu is carefully created by their Executive Chef which you can taste through the nuanced flavors.

Services: Unagi maki, Tuna maki, Sashimi, Unagi set, Tuna chirashi

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Address 74 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089533
Telephone +65-9839 5232
Opening hours 12 pm to 2.30 pm, 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Made a dinner reservation for last Saturday. We didn’t regret it at all. All the fish were imported from japan and the chef took us on a culinary tour of Japan with this omakase meal. We thoroughly enjoyed the banter and talk we had with the chef at the sushi bar and were amongst the last to leave the restaurant. The ambience was nice, the decor was minimalist japanese, each dish was skillfully prepared, presented and the taste was out of this world. It made us miss Japan! The chef is really knowledgeable and passionate about his work. Though pricey, the quality is really top notch. We had no qualms about visiting the place again in near future. Keep up the good work (and food)!
Review 2 This place serves very good Japanese omakase at a decent price and it was managed by a Singaporean. I had a different course from my partner. The local chef was very friendly and explain and talk to us throughout our lunch even though it was quite crowded. Will love to come back and try a different course for dinner.
Review 3 This is my 3rd Omakase experience. It turns out to be an excellent one. Almost every dish never fail to surprise me. The innovative taste and freshness of the food keeps the wow factor going. The ambience is tip top too. Keep it up, my 同乡.


Suju SG Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Suju Masayaki

Specialty In 2005, Suju Masayuki opened a small shop in Karuizawa, which is in the Nagano prefecture of Japan. Focusing on traditional Japanese food, the brand has now developed into 6 restaurants and stores within Japan, where it introduces the basics of Japanese food culture such as miso and shoyu, sushi.

Services: Ooebi Tempura, charcoal grilled whole fish, Assorted sashimi, Sushi rice with sashimi, omakase sushi

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Address 333A Orchard Rd, #04 – 05, Singapore 238897
Telephone +65-6737 7764
Opening hours 11.30 am to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Loved the grilled chicken and vinegar chicken. Probably the best I’ve tried among many Japanese restaurants around the area. The soup portion was generous. Never seen a soup bowl bigger than the rice bowl. They take time to serve the food but it’s really worth the wait. Service staffs were also attentive and not to the extent that would be interrupting. Highly recommended.
Review 2 Yummy fatty gindara and chicken! The roasted tea on the house complemented the food. Love the crab cream croquettes
Review 3 Excellent food and service. Great omakase sushi. The angel hair pasta and Don bowl were very very good as well. You must try this place.


Ichiban boshi Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Ichiban Boshi

Specialty No two Ichiban Boshi restaurants are the same, each offering a unique design and ambience, as well as specialty menus. You can expect the same modern Japanese cuisine and the same level of exacting quality with a wide selection of sushi, fresh sashimi and variety set meals, conveyor belt sushi.

Services: Conveyor belt sushi, sushi, fresh sashimi, variety set meals, Wakame Soba

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Address 238, #02-13 Thomson Rd, Novena Square, 307683
Telephone +65-62557767
Opening hours 11.30 am to 10 pm
Review 1 We ordered some Japanese food from  Ichiban BOSHI restaurant. The food was delicious and served hot. The black letter salmon is truly an incredible dish. I also loved the hand roll and the gyozas. The flavours were spot on and the quality of the food was nice.
Review 2 Always good, a casual Japanese menu with a wide array of rolls, rice sets, and Udon noodles. Good attentive service and friendly staff. They can also recommend dishes if you need some ideas to try. Worth a visit if you are craving a well made quality meal!
Review 3 Food’s great! Service is great too


Dondondoki Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Don Don Doki

Specialty Don Don Doki: An extensive perishables and delicatessen offering, a food court, bargain section. Wide selection of Japanese cuisine and its signature sweet potato. Food includes Shiroi Tonkatsu, Hokkaido Melt (dessert), Pasta Holic (Japanese style pasta), Doraya (tuna rice bowls), Kanda Soba, Sugimoto Bonta. Supermarket has the usual range of Japanese produce, seafood.

Services: Hokkaido Melt, Pasta Holic, tuna rice bowls, Kanda Soba, Sugimoto Bonta

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Address 181 Orchard Road Orchard Central, #B2 01-10/30/43 & #B1 15-29/K7, K8, 238896
Telephone +65-68344311
Opening hours 24/7
Review 1 Lots of variety. Branded products from Japan. Lots of people shopping but most didn’t buy a lot as prices are on the high side. A watermelon can easily cost you S$39/- and up. But if you are looking at good quality beef, snow Crab and things you hardly can get from else where except Japan, you may be able to find some of them here.
Review 2 Centrally located orchard central flag ship store; I settled for the Hojicha soft serve $2.40 to go. Supermarket readily price n stock for bargain hunters
Review 3 A wide selection of sashimi and Sushi, lunch and dinner options but not for breakfast. A huge variety of good quality snacks. Always very tempted to try those different/ new snacks they introduce.


Hungry Go Where Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Donburi King

Specialty Donburi King offers some of the best Japanese cuisines in Singapore that are suitable for family and friends gathering. Prepared using only the freshest and most delicious ingredients, every dish in the menu is bound to satisfy your taste buds. Donburi King provides a comfortable setting to make dining enjoyable.

Services: Maguro Akami Don, Kubaku Chicken Katsu Don, tuna sashimi, maguro akami, sushi

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Address 10, Paya Lebar Road Paya Lebar Quarter (#03-26, 409057
Telephone +65-6611 6657
Opening hours 11.30 am to 3 pm, 5 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 Small restaurant and they will want to turn the tables once you’re done with your meal. Staff is friendly and attentive and will stay out of your way when you’re enjoying your meal. But once you’re done they will check if you need anything else cos there’s usually a queue outside the small restaurant.

Food is pretty good. The Chirashi’s rice is very flavorful and helps make it more enjoyable than if they just use normal white Japanese rice. Would definitely go back again.

Review 2 The chirashi don is fresh and generous portions of tobikko and comes with a small. O of miso soup. Ramen spiciness is just nice!
Review 3 Good value for some of the dons like the chirashi but not the salmon ikura Don. The place is very small and turnover is high. So expect to eat quickly and leave because the waitress will clear your plate as soon as you’re done.


Makino Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty Makino features “do-it-yourself” style shabu-shabu, where you can savour the goodness of fresh seafood, meat, and vegetables, cooked according to your preference. The highlight is the popular ritual of making porridge at the end of your meal. Aside shabu-shabu, Makino’s menu has other dishes like set meals, sashimi, and sushi.

Services: Tonkatsu Donburi, tendon tempura rice bowl, Ten Don, Sashimi, salmon sushi

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Address Paya Lebar Quarter, Mall, #03-28/29, Singapore 409057
Telephone +65- 6972 2770
Opening hours 11.30 am to 10 pm
Review 1 Need you want hotpot but the wait in haidilao next door is more than an hours wait, try the sukiyaki hotpot in Makino. Good beef cuts and attentive service.
Review 2 I went to work nearby last Sat, buy lunch at Makino, and order the food I want to take out. Although the price is a bit high, the unagi rice and egg really surprise me!! The half-boiled egg is just right and taste smooth, and there are a lot of thick slices of unagi. I can only say that it is so delicious, and I am touched to be nourished 💗 I may invite friends to enjoy the meal at Makino next time!
Review 3 Service is good.  We been there for dinner. order the drinks and meal.  Not so much choice but still can enjoy.


Sen of Japan Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Sen of Japan

Specialty Sen of Japan is a modern Japanese restaurant and bar serving traditional Japanese cuisine with a contemporary touch. Crafted with the concept of freshness or “Sen” in mind, their menu features well-flavored creations made using a medley of fine Japanese ingredients put together by their world renown head chef Nakano Hiromi.

Services: Sliced salmon, sliced maguro, sliced yellowtail, sliced bluefin tuna, king prawn sashimi

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Address 2 Bayfront Avenue, #01-86 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands Singapore 018972
Telephone +65-6688 7426
Opening hours 11.30 am to 10 pm
Review 1 Located at level 1 near the museum of Marina Bay Sands. Quite easy to find.

Service was excellent, attentive and very friendly to share what was nice on the menu. The staff even put in effort to explain the free parking for bills above $50.
Food quality was quite good and fresh too. The presentation of the food was done quite well. Very nice to look at.
The price was also reasonable.
Strongly recommended!
Will definitely visit again!!!

Review 2 Fabulous dinner! Food was great, ambience was great. We were served by Dolly – a wonderful hostess. Highly recommend the Maguro Pizza and Black Cod Fish. Extremely delicious!

Will definitely come back again!

Review 3 great foods and superb staffs. they were very friendly and helpful and their service was very fast.


Jin Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Jin Fine Dining

Specialty A Japanese concept-dining restaurant on Telok Ayer Street at Far East Square in Singapore.  Secretly nestled in AMOY Hotel, their guests will experience authentic Japanese cuisine. Sashimi Mori / Assorted Sashimi (SGD $48) – Maguro / Tuna, Shake / Salmon, Kanpachi / Greater Amberjack, Tai / Sea Bream is impressive.

Services: Maguro, Tuna, Shake, Salmon, Kanpachi, Amberjack

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Address   76 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 048464
Telephone +65-6536 6258
Opening hours 11.30 am to 2.30 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 This restaurant is located within the Amoy Hotel. We had dinner here on a Sunday evening and the restaurant was pretty full. As we had made a reservation before hand, we were quickly shown to our table.

Most of the items on the menu looked delicious and the prices for some items are on the higher side. The service crew were polite and highly efficient in taking our orders, serving our food and refilling our drinks.

We ordered the premium Chirashi, Jin Chirashi, Aburi Chirashi, Cod Fish in clear soup Nabemono, soft shell crab tempura and the grilled squid. All dishes tasted great and fresh with the exception of thecod fish Nabemono – the flavor of the soup can be improved as it was pretty tasteless.

Review 2 The sashimi is very fresh. We also love the aburi salmon salad, the chirashi bowls (the sushi rice is super yummy), the garlic fried rice and all the tofu dishes!!

The ala carte cooked dishes are average so we tend to avoid ordering those.

We stick to the above and are always very satisfied when we eat here. Very good with Eatigo discount.

Review 3 This place is hard to find but the interior looks nice ! The soft shell crab and chirashi don are really nice and fresh. Ordered the aburi version as I rarely come across this style of chirashi. It comes with unagi and the portion is huge! So full and even though I love their rice (seems like they mixed some grains or used different type of rice) I couldn’t finish.


Ten Sushi Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Ten Sushi

Specialty TEN Sushi is a casual sushi, sake, or whiskey bar from the Robertson Quay area in Singapore. This compact, cozy bar is called “TEN”, because the Japanese word for this number also sounds like the words for “heaven” and “celebration”, all of which TEN Sushi embodies. Sakoshi Bay Oysters impress.

Services: Tuna loin, salmon loin, salmon roe, Japanese amberjack, yellowtail sashimi

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Address 60 Robertson Quay, #01- 09, Singapore 238252
Telephone +65-6735 0383
Opening hours 12 pm to 2.30 pm, 5 pm to 10.25 pm
Review 1 If you are looking for good value, fresh sushi, look nowhere but here! Love it, good value for premium quality. Meaty fresh fish, every piece of sushi was delightful. Also 80% of its clients were japanese, honed by japanese chef and waiter…so it cannot go too wrong. Highly recommended! Ordered the appetitzers and tofu salad,  was refreshing!
Review 2 Super energetic staffs with good service. The gentleman who took our order is very friendly and his energy level boost our happiness mood. 💕
Review 3 This was on my go to list; and WOW! Didn’t they surpass all my expectations. My friend and I visited the restaurant on the 20th of Dec and was immediately delighted by the ambiance. The food was served with detailed touches. The fish was so sweet with freshness And the house staff especially a staff named, Suman who served and waited on us was so attentive and always went the extra mile. Truly appreciate the entire experience we had there. Yes I’ll admit it is expensive but trust me it is worth your money. This was our treat for Christmas. Thank you to the staff and chef for making our experience whole. Hope to return soon. 🎉😃


Magosaburo Top Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

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Specialty MAGOSABURO serves a handpicked selection of the finest Wagyu from Japan. Throughout customized selections from their Chefs, you will experience an Exquisite Japanese Dining where guests can enjoy their choice of beef in BBQ, Sukiyaki, or Shabu-Shabu. Marine Tartar Cracker – Hokkaido King Crab Meat, Scallop & Mentaiko is fresh.

Services: Hokkaido Scallop Hotate, King Prawn Ebi, Blue Fin Fatty Tuna Otoro, Tuna Fish Flakes, Hokkaido King Crab Meat

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Address 391 Orchard Road #05-31 Ngee Ann City Singapore 238872
Telephone +65 6634 1411
Opening hours 11 am to 3 pm, 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Review 1 good services and fresh ingredients!

Sukiyaki is slightly sweet to me.

Review 2 For a place that specialises in wagyu beef, their lower priced dishes like sushi and various side dishes are actually very good too. Very fresh sushi and highly recommend the wagyu curry rice. Usually not packed during peak hour on weekends if you are reasonably early, say 6pm.
Review 3 Fantastic quality ingredients. Very limited choice of beer (one, I think). Scallop caapacio is particularly good.

Types of Sushi

Ngiri – Some slices of fish served up over the sushi rice.

Maki – Fish wrapped with rice or wrapped with seaweed.

Uramaki – Fish which gets covered with seaweed using rice over to cover.

Temaki – Hand-rolled sushi using cone form.

Sashimi – Fish that gets served out with no rice or seaweed.


Can Sushi be served in cooked form?

If you are just starting with sushi, you could start out just by tasting the cooked versions.

Certain variations, forms of sushi come in cooked form.

For example, the California roll has imitation crab which gets seasoned over with avocado or cucumber.

When you get sushi which is topped up with eel, this is usually cooked.


Could Sushi transmit viruses, bacteria?

You could fall sick, get ill from eating sushi when you take in bacteria or viruses embedded in raw fish.

Over in USA, it remains less likely that one gets ill from taking in bacteria contamination from freshwater fish.

Fish which gets wrapped up in sushi poses some similar risks of bacterial contamination that could get passed out to humans by alternate forms of meat.

Sushi Grade Fish

No hard, strict standards apply to the use of general branding ‘sushi-grade fish’.

Upon the label being used at a shop, this just signals that such fish remains of top-notch quality, or that one may easily eat it raw without worries.

Fish get flash-frozen upon fishing boat just upon reeling in catch, that purges existing parasites which the fish could contain .

Sushi has a remarkably interesting history, and is a delectable dish which many people love.

You could sample boxed sushi on offer over from some random shop, beginning with forms that seem more palatable, then experimenting more with different varied sushi types.

If you are an adventurous eater, you could opt to get high-quality sushi-grade fish, extra rice vinegar, rice, or seaweed wraps for those seeking to craft home made sushi.

Sushi fish may come raw. Certain forms of seafood ingredients within sushi not usually raw are: Crabsticks, Unagi(eel), Crayfish, Shrimp, Smoked Salmon, Lobster, or Soft-Shell Crab.

Several sushi ingredients which are raw are : Salmon, Tuna, Albacore, Spicy Tuna, Shrimp, Sea Urchin, Fish eggs of Smelt/ Flying Fish/ Salmon (Masago /Tobiko/ Ikura), Escoral, Mackerel, Clam/Oyster, Red Snapper.


Non seafood sushi: Thin strips of Japanese pickles with radish, Carrot, Daikon, or Eggplant getting mixed over fast cooked asparagus, avocado, or Sesame Seeds.

This gets cooked up with Ponzu Sauce cooked with Soy Sauce, that is often cooked using ginger, orange, kombu (Savory Seaweed) or bonito (A Fermented Dried Fish which tastes savory, light) then next sifted.


Overall flavors of raw/cooked fish are very distinct. Certain sushi gets frozen to below 40 degrees, purging all parasites. When it gets cooked well, it remains just as edible as cooked sushi.

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The sushi covered up with scoop of rice topped up with slices of raw fish is termed nigiri.

Slices of raw fish with no rice-wrapping are called sashimi.

Budget Conveyor Belt Sushi Restaurants in Singapore

Naturally, many Japanese restaurants offer sushi and sashimi, but to complement this, here are suggestions of affordable, casual dining at conveyor belt sushi chains.

Conveyor belt sushi restaurant         Price (before taxes)

Sushi Express         All plates $1.50

Nihon Mura Express    All plates $1.80

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Genki Sushi   $1.80 to $5.80

Sushiro   $2.20 to $4.80

Sakae Sushi   $2.39 to $6.39

All prices stated above exclude GST and service charges, which means prices start at about $2 to $3 per plate after taxes.


Cheapest sushi — Sushi Express, everything at $1.50++


One-price sushi — Sushi Express ($1.50++), Nihon Mura Express ($1.80++)


Most value-for-money sushi — Sushiro ($2.20++ to $4.80++), only uses Japan-imported fish, other ingredients.


10 popular sushi restaurants

Sushi restaurant               Price of a meal

Sushi Express      Under $15

Genki Sushi         Under $15

Sushi Bar             $15 to $25

Hei Sushi              $15 to $25

Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru    $15 to $25

Standing Sushi Bar    $15 to $25

Tomi Sushi          $25 to $50

Sushi Tei              $25 to $50

Itacho Sushi        $25 to $50

Tatsuya               $50 and above


Restaurant          Address               Contact Price

Shin Minori         UE Square: 81 Clemenceau Avenue, UE Square, #03-16, Singapore 239917

Katong Square: 88 East Coast Road, Katong Square, #02-08, Singapore 423371     UE Square: 6733 2272

Katong Square: 6386 7337           From $45.90++

Tenkaichi             Marina Square: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-129, Singapore 039594

Cineleisure Orchard: 8 Grange Road, #02-11, Singapore 239695   Marina Square: 6250 8918

Cineleisure Orchard: 6365 8389 From $14.90++

Mitsuba               6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-88, Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817               6227 0388           From $26.90++

Suki-Ya Multiple locations            Multiple contact numbers             from $14.90++

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