3 Pickering Street
Singapore 048660

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11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Sushi A 3.5/5

I like their matcha latte for its smooth mouthfeel. It was quite refreshing and it does not get too diluted even after the ice melts. The only downside was the lack of the subtle bitterness we usually get from a good matcha latte 》$5

Generous chunks of salmon, swordfish, tuna, yellowtail and jellyfish on a bed of rice, topped with tempura bits. All donburi also comes with complimentary miso soup and wafu salad. Top up $1 for their multi-grain rice for some chewy and nutty texture.

Not the best and although the sashimi was average, this is a really affordable and value for money chirashi for its generous servings of sashimi and quick chirashi fix 》$18 + $1 Multi-Grain Rice

Came here for a quick dinner and decided on the Salmon & Roe Rice Bowl! Loaded with marinated salmon and ikura, the rice maintained its individualism, absorbing whatever flavours that seep into them, making each bite gratifying. Wasn't given wasabi and soy sauce to go along with my don as I was kindly warned by the staff that it was already marinated, so additional sauce may make it too salty but I didn't find it savoury enough and asked for it anyways 😂. The service here was impeccable, with friendly and observant staff and I can see myself being a returning customer!

Koji Sushi Bar is an extremely small hole-in-the-wall eatery located within the busy China Square Central area. This place serves to please hungry office workers looking for a great chirashi fix. At just $18, the Sashimi Rice bowl is a steal, with a generous portion of lightly marinated chunks of salmon, tuna, swordfish, yellowtail and jellyfish, topped with tempura bits to add a slight crunch. If you love uni, a top up of just $12 will get you fresh, creamy uni from Hokkaido. Opt for mixed grain rice (additional $1) if you want something healthier, but the vinegared sushi rice does tie the entire dish together for a more satisfying bowl.
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One of my favorite place to get chirashi near office! Koji sushi bar has an outlet conveniently located near Telok Ayer MRT Station. As its indoor dining only has counter seats, I prefer to visit this restaurant in a small group / with one other friend for a cozy meal.

Sashimi Rice Bowl ($18)

Would recommend anyone trying their bara chirashi for the first time to switch up the white pearl rice to mixed grain rice (+ $1) as it somehow taste better! The portion of salmon cubes served was rather generous, with the variety of fish similar to what you'll see in typical bara chirashi (salmon, tuna etc). I very much enjoy the freshness of the fish and the soyu sauce that complimented well with the sweetness from the fish. To top it off, the sashimi bowl was served with a generous portion of tobiko and fried rice puffs, providing an extra crunch to the dish yum.

Rating: 8 / 10