There are numerous sushi restaurants that you can find in Singapore. From high-end restaurants to affordably-priced sushi joints, get your chopsticks ready as we present to you our Top 10 Sushi Restaurants in Singapore.
1) En Sushi
Good Japanese food doesn’t have to be expensive. And this certainly rings true when you visit En Sushi at Prinsep Street. They offer an extensive range of sushi, dons and other Japanese dishes, all affordably priced to ensure you can enjoy them without breaking the bank. Not to mention the foods are freshly, meticulously prepared by the chef using quality ingredients that you might think are costly. En Sushi is also blessed with its convenient location, where it only takes you a short walking distance from Dhoby Ghaut MRT.
2) Sushi Tei
24 years and still counting, this is a popular sushi restaurant chain that needs no introduction. Besides, you can easily locate a Sushi Tei outlet throughout Singapore such as Holland Village, North Point, Paragon and Raffles City. Their menu is particularly extensive, with over 370 Japanese dishes catered for various budgets. You can also get more bang for your buck by signing up their exclusive Sushi Tei membership card. Each member will be entitled to discounts and privileges like a complimentary $100 e-voucher, a 10% dine-in discount at any Sushi Tei Singapore branches and a 20% dine-in discount over the course of your birthday month.
3) Sushi Airways
Welcome aboard to Sushi Airways, where you can enjoy fresh sushi and other authentic Japanese cuisines minus the turbulence commonly associated with the plane-flying experience. And you don’t have to travel all the way to Changi airport as well. Instead, Sushi Airways is more of a conceptual aeroplane-themed sushi restaurant located at Baghdad Street, complete with an exact replica of a cabin interior. It is specially designed to make you feel as if you are actually aboard the plane. Even the menu is purposefully designed to resemble a flight manual. Some of their recommended dishes include the nine-piece “Assorted Sushi Platter”, the Japanese Bluefin tuna belly “Nama Ohtoro” and raw salmon “Double Shake Roll”.
4) Genki Sushi
Genki Sushi was the brainchild of Fumio Saito, a Japanese sushi chef who famously pioneered the then-innovative revolving conveyor belt system to serve plates of sushi back in 1968. It has since revolutionised the modern sushi restaurants all over the world, where it remains popular even until today. Also known to be the first sushi restaurant in Singapore that utilises the “Kousoku Express” concept, customers can order directly from a wireless touchscreen panel. Their foods will be served directly to the customer’s table via a speedy track system modelled after Japan’s Shinkansen bullet train. Genki Sushi can be found in Orchard Central, Chinatown Point, Bugis+, Waterway Point, Takashimaya Shopping Centre and Bishan Junction 8.
5) Hakumai Sushi & Omakase
Chef Gary Ng, who spearheaded the Hakumai Sushi & Omakase, prides in using only the finest ingredients to craft sushi and other Japanese cuisine with utmost care and passion. You can also opt for Hakumai’s delectable set menu, which most of them come with the chef’s signature “Truffle Sauce Chawanmushi”. It is basically a Japanese egg custard dish topped with mushroom and truffle sauce. Alternatively, you can “leave it to the chef” with the chef’s omakase selection starting at $68.80 and above.
6) Mitsu Sushi Bar
Here is another Omakase-style dining concept that you might want to try in Singapore. Mitsu Sushi Bar specialises in a diverse range of Japanese cuisine using quality ingredients and fresh seafood varieties sourced directly from Japan’s Tsukiji, Kyushu and Hokkaido markets. The omakase menu, which is served during lunch and dinner, starts at $48 per person where each set comes with either hot or cold green tea. Keep in mind that Mitsu Sushi Bar is closed on Sundays.
7) Itacho Sushi
Itacho Sushi serves a wide range of sushi, sashimi and other Japanese comfort foods under one roof. Bored with traditional Japanese cuisine? You can also opt for their interesting mix-and-match creative rolls such as “Avocado & Soft Shell Crab Roll”, “Lobster & Mango Salad Roll” and “Spicy Scallop & Avocado Roll”. Find out more about Itacho Sushi on their Facebook page.
Keyaki is an award-winning Japanese restaurant that has been around in Pan Pacific Hotel since 1987. The restaurant particularly prides itself on using quality ingredients sourced directly from Australia and Korea. Some of their signature dishes include sushi, sashimi and kaiseki, where the latter actually refers to a multi-course Japanese meal. Check out their lunch and dinner menus and book a reservation right here.
9) Standing Sushi Bar
Despite the name of the place, you don’t have to stand at the bar while enjoying your sushi since seats are provided. Their menu is particularly affordable, thanks to their ongoing weekly promotions from Mondays to Sundays. For instance, you will get 50% off when you order their speciality sushi rolls on Wednesdays or their signature rice bowls on Sundays. You can find Standing Sushi Bar branches in Queen Street, Marina Boulevard and Collyer Quay. Click here to make a reservation.
10) Ginza Sushi Ichi
Located at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, the Tokyo-based Ginza Sushi Ichi famously won the prestigious Michelin Star for two years in a row in 2016 and 2017. They serve authentic Japanese cuisine and traditional Edomae-style sushi, where the seafood is freshly sourced directly from Japan’s Tsukiji Market. Also look out for their set menu or omakase menu available for both lunch and dinner.
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.