Itacho Sushi Has Ikura Don Bowls From Just $9.80 For A Limited Time Only
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Itacho Sushi Has Ikura Rice Bowls From Just $9.80 For A Limited Time Only

15th September 2020

Itacho has 60% off ikura don bowls

Itacho Sushi is celebrating everyone’s favourite fish roe ─ ikura ─ with a limited promotion on its ikura-loaded rice bowls this month.

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Image credit: Itacho Singapore

Two mini rice bowls on its menu are now priced at 60% off, the Spicy Salmon & Roe Giant Mini Rice and the Salmon & Roe Giant Mini Rice.

The Spicy Salmon & Roe Giant Mini Rice, formerly priced at $24.50, is now just $9.80. Japanese rice is topped generously with ikura rounds, and topped with cooked spicy salmon, great for people who dig spice.

Serious sashimi fans can instead opt for the Salmon & Roe Giant Mini Rice. Previously priced at $28.80, this bowl is now only $11.50 ─ cheaper than some of Itacho Sushi’s regular don bowl offerings on its menu.

The promotion is while stocks last, so if you love ikura, then head down to your nearest Itchao outlet ASAP to get a bowl or two for yourself.

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Apart from ikura, Itacho also has up to 50% off some signature dishes for autumn. This includes their Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Sushi, now at $9.90 instead of $19.80, and $11 for its Roasted 5 Kinds Sushi Set, which includes aburi salmon, prawn, tuna and more. This platter used to cost $14.80.

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Image credit: Itacho Singapore

September also sees new additions to the Itacho menu. This includes seabream sashimi airflown from Kagoshima. Seabream is definitely not a common sight at Japanese restaurants, though the fish is prized for its sweet, creamy meat.

This promotion is available at all Itacho outlets islandwide. For more information, click here.

If you like Japanese food, check out our guide to cheap ramen under $10 in Singapore, or our review of Kuroshiro, a new hawker selling Hokkaido white curry in Marsiling.

Those keen to try their hands at a more DIY approach to Japanese dining can opt to attempt our rice cooker oyakodon recipe, which is seriously easy to make.

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