Food at Sushiro features classic Japanese cuisine and modern Japanese Fusion cuisine, with a focus on zushi / sushi.
Sushiro has bak kut teh ramen on its list of specials now, and it was better than I thought it would be with its peppery and garlicky broth.
Yes, it was nice and fatty, and I couldn't help but make an evil grin when noticing the little puddles of fat that had gathered on the plate.
These whole squid are a limited time special at Sushiro right now. Honestly, there was nothing that special about the taste, and I'm kinda just posting it up here for the photo more than anything else. But it was cheap at just S$2.20 (US$1.60) a plate.
It's a little pricey by Sushiro's standards (S$8.50 or US$6.20), but I'd order it again if it's still on the menu next time.
The rice was sushi rice rather than the savory grains that come with chicken rice, but at least the meat wasn't dry. No, neither of them are things that will draw me back here, but it's fun to see what kind of new items rotate through their menu.
Sushiro's current list of specials includes quite a few things at the moment, including straw-roasted salmon from Hokkaido, smoked salmon from Aomori, mentaiko with yuzu, and those surf clams above.
Sushiro is running limited-time specials right now, including not just that whitebait above, but also monkfish liver and even cod sperm. And each of those is going for just S$3.20 (US$2.30) a plate!
Granted, at that price, one doesn't exactly get high quality ingredients; the ankimo that came out was shredded up to the point where I thought it was corned beef.
Quite good quality and fresh conveyor belt sushi, although nothing out of the ordinary at this price point. I suppose you really get what you pay for in terms of sushi, especially for premium stuff like hotate (slightly frozen aftertaste), otoro (slightly mushy) and uni (slightly fishy than buttery).
Thankfully, the lines at Sushiro are much shorter than before.
Quality-wise, I think it still a notch behind some of incumbent kaiten sushi chain in Singapore.
Sushiro is running this sea urchin dry ramen special right now.
For a fuss-free sushi dining experience, Sushiro is worth trying.
Sushiro スシロー is not big on ambience, but high standards and modestly priced sushi means that you should expect long queues.
Overall, I think the sushi here are affordable and the ingredients are directly imported from Japan.
If I'm on the hunt for affordable but quality sushi, then I'll go to Tomi, Ikeikemaru or Numazu Uogashizushi instead.
Little shrimps with mayo. Not bad.
While Sushiro Singapore at Tiong Bahru Plaza is not exactly situated in the heart of town, it is still considered quite centrally-located and easily accessible.
That being said, this is still considered cheap as you’re getting quality sushi, made from air-flown Japanese ingredients.