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Sushiro: Japan’s Largest Conveyor Belt Sushi Chain Opening In Singapore This August 2019

30th July 2019

Sushiro opens its first outlet in Singapore

Sushiro - Conveyor belt
Image credit: @iec_ruki908

I love sushi, and I love it even more when it comes to me on a cute lil’ conveyor belt. Having indulged at Genki Sushi countless times, I can’t resist ’em sushi trains and the value-for-money Japanese food that come along with it. I’m sure I won’t be the only one excited about the news of Sushiro, Japan’s largest conveyor belt sushi chain, opening its first outlet in Singapore!

Japan’s Largest Conveyor Belt Sushi Chain Opens In Singapore

Japan’s largest conveyor belt sushi chain, Sushiro, has set up their first Southeast Asian stall in Singapore. Located at Tiong Bahru Plaza, this outlet serves over 100 dishes including scallop sushi and tonkotsu ramen.Find out more: https://eatbook.sg/sushiro-japan/Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Road, #02-118, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore 168732Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

Posted by Eatbook.sg on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Sushiro - Sushi
Image credit: @minniewang_1123

This opening in Singapore adds on to their running list of 530 outlets. This is also the chain’s first venture into Southeast Asia. 

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Sushiro - Ambience

Sushiro is very strict about its quality as it directly imports its ingredients from Japan. Taking a plate off the conveyor belt can sometimes feel like a gamble, as you cross your fingers hoping the sushi you picked hasn’t gone stale.

But at Sushiro, every plate is fresh. They have a nifty system in place that automatically removes any plate off the belt if it has been left out for too long.Sushiro - Sashimi

The choices seem endless at Sushiro, as the menu offers over 100 varieties of sushi and side dishes. The chain is popular for its affordable prices that start from 100 yen (~S$1.26). However, it is slightly pricier here in Singapore, with prices starting from $2.20 a plate. That being said, this is still considered cheap as you’re getting quality sushi, made from air-flown Japanese ingredients.  

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Address: 302 Tiong Bahru Road, #02-118, Tiong Bahru Plaza, Singapore 168732

Featured image adapted from @double_d_illin and @srschoen.

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