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Went to Sushi Plus 2 weeks ago and ordered their Salmon Donburi, Chawanmushi with Ikura, Mentaiko Fries, Crispy Battered Octopus and had some sushi on the side too (~$45/2 pax)! Overall ratings 8.5/10😇Sushi Plus is my top few sushi conveyor belt restaurants in SG to go to as the food is pretty good, selection is wide, and price is afforable too! Will definitely visit again🤣

Had the Unique Handroll Experience of them making each Handroll in front of you and they will only make the other once we have finish one.

We ordered the Rappu 6 Tengo ($42) and the sashimi, seafood wise is ok, but is the flavour of the rice & the cunchyness seaweed then got me the most. Quite unique experience.

Lotus chips wise ok although I think would be good with more flavour

Recently tried @kyojosg's new summer lunch donburi and it was decent. I had the Chirashi Don ($16) and it came with fresh and plump chunks of sashimi. It had a good mix of salmon, tuna and hamachi, though we felt like the bowls were rather small, perhaps may not be enough for big eaters. You can complete your donburi with $6 set that comes with chawanmushi and miso soup.

They do have a hidden grilled side dish menu, and you can order it via telling the staff "Himitsu Butayaki". This is perhaps another Japanese restaurant to consider if you are in town!

umisushi's latest bento offerings is a fusion of health, taste and sustainability.

With a newfound focus on healthy ingredients coupled with a commitment to sustainability, they’ve completely eliminated the use of plastic, introducing a beautiful new lacquer box for their bentos. This eco-friendly approach not only reduces waste but also elevates the entire dining experience.

Bentos featured here are:
Sake & Tori Teriyaki
Yakiniku Beef
Unagi

Use promo code ‘UMINEWBENTO’ to get 10% off your total bill when you order any new regular-priced bento items at any umisushi outlet, except The Woodleigh Mall, where the offer is valid for teishoku sets only.

umisushi's latest bento offerings is a fusion of health, taste and sustainability.

With a newfound focus on healthy ingredients coupled with a commitment to sustainability, they’ve completely eliminated the use of plastic, introducing a beautiful new lacquer box for their bentos. This eco-friendly approach not only reduces waste but also elevates the entire dining experience.

Bentos featured here are:
Sake & Tori Teriyaki
Yakiniku Beef
Unagi

Use promo code ‘UMINEWBENTO’ to get 10% off your total bill when you order any new regular-priced bento items at any umisushi outlet, except The Woodleigh Mall, where the offer is valid for teishoku sets only.

umisushi's latest bento offerings is a fusion of health, taste and sustainability.

With a newfound focus on healthy ingredients coupled with a commitment to sustainability, they’ve completely eliminated the use of plastic, introducing a beautiful new lacquer box for their bentos. This eco-friendly approach not only reduces waste but also elevates the entire dining experience.

Bentos featured here are:
Sake & Tori Teriyaki
Yakiniku Beef
Unagi

Use promo code ‘UMINEWBENTO’ to get 10% off your total bill when you order any new regular-priced bento items at any umisushi outlet, except The Woodleigh Mall, where the offer is valid for teishoku sets only.

This place is a hidden gem on the second floor of international building . We did e sushi buffet n left the selection to the chef who fed us a wide selection of amazing sushi . We had seconds of what each of us loved , cod , swordfish , yellowtail , scallop. Really fresh n excellent quality . Definitely will go back .

For Dragon Boat Festival. This was posh as you can imagine. There's blue swimmer crab, truffle, shiitake mushrooms and corn paired with okowa grain mix.

This sushi place at Jen’s DON DON DONKI is a good alternative to others similar place when they are full house, also serving fresh and decent sushi here.

You order via QR code scanning and there’s plenty of sushi choices over the menu.

I ordered sushi like seared conger eel, seared inari, conger eel oshi, steamed shrimp oshi and aburi salmon roll.

I’ve never had a disappointing omakase experience in Singapore, until Sushi-Kyuu. I had high expectations given the high Google ratings but the food was a complete disaster. I ordered the $99+ Kaze course.

1) The portions were shockingly small. I thought I was served miniature food. There is a huge difference between serving refined portions and skimping on ingredients. The photos speak for themselves - the rice portions fell short of a reasonable amount for a nigiri. The overflowing ikura rice “bowl” was in fact presented to me in a measly sake cup.

2) Poor quality of ingredients/food served.
Considering the omakase price point, I did not feel like I was eating one. In fact, I could get way better quality sushi from Sushiro. The rice and fish were barely seasoned and too warm while the wasabi tasted cheap from the tube. The monkfish liver tasted like canned tuna and the uni was not fresh at all (see pic) with a bitter aftertaste. The octopus was overcooked, tough and dry. You know something is clearly off when your akemi tastes better than your chutoro.

The entire experience to me felt like an insult to authentic Omakase restaurants, whose chefs spend their lifetimes mastering the craft. Sushi-kyuu’s food is reminiscent of a cheap sushi chain under the guise of an omakase restaurant.

Trust me, save the trip - your money is better spent at Sushiro.

Dining is only wed to sun. Google hours are retail hours

They still have the jeju pound cake on days they're open for dining. No more pulled pork burger though

The last sushi came with a smoky show.
Sushi was packed with uni and tuna and I really enjoyed it!

Price we paid $460 for 2pax of the Uni special burpple Omakase. (With two highballs)
Would come back again as food is good and staff is nice.