On the hunt for the best sushi in Singapore? From affordable value-for-money bento platters to conveyor belt sushi and gourmet sashimi, we round up the best Japanese restaurants for a casual family meal in 2024
Wondering where to get the best sushi in Singapore to satisfy that craving? There’s nothing like a beautiful platter of sushi and sashimi whether you are dining out or ordering sushi delivery. The best part is…kids love it, it’s not fried, and it’s filled with Omega-3 goodness – so, everybody wins. Some sushi restaurants offer huge sushi platters for delivery, which are great for birthday parties, picnics, or family dinners. Restaurants like Sushiro with conveyor belt sushi are always super popular with the kids (especially when that avocado maki is delivered on a sushi train!). As always what constitutes the best sushi is subjective so here we are highlighting what we reckon is the best sushi in Singapore for families. If you’re dining out with kids who love conveyor belt sushi – skip to the conveyor sushi section below. While we’d love to splurge on omakase with Edo-style sushi at Oshino, dinner at Shinji by Kanesaka, Mizuki or one-Michelin-starred Hamamoto, our wallets couldn’t take regular family outings there! So instead we round up our favourite affordable casual Japanese restaurants where the fam can indulge in some of the tastiest bentos, tempura, sashimi, and sushi in Singapore!
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Ganko Sushi: fresh sashimi, omakase sushi menu
Offering premium quality Japanese sushi and seafood at reasonable prices, Ganko Sushi is a Japanese restaurant that has high-quality seafood in a smart bright restaurant (it’s refreshing to enjoy premium sushi in a non-hotel setting). Ganko Sushi has a new 15-course sushi omakase experience, where you can feast according to the season. The Japanese head chef at Ganko Sushi personally places orders with professional buyers at the Osaka Fish Market so there’s always fresh seafood flown in three times a week. Priced at an accessible $130 per person Ganko Sushi’s new 15-course sushi omakase includes a starter, sashimi, multiple sushi offerings prepared individually according to the season, and a dessert. Definitely one we recommend if you are looking for premium sushi in Singapore!
Sushi Jiro: omakase sushi
Sushi Jiro offers an exquisite sushi dining experience and promises premium ingredients for every dish. Indulge in an omakase course, assorted sashimi like ika, salmon, uni and more, or order a rice bowl for a more filling option. To make sure that you get to enjoy the freshest sushi, Sushi Jiro does not offer sushi delivery.
Akashi: sushi platter
In the heart of Orchard, Akashi Japanese Restaurant serves up exquisite sushi like the Uni Tempura Nori, Ika (cuttlefish) with Uni, Foie Gras, and Caviar on toast and much more. Each dish is prepared with the finest ingredients from Japan. Sushi takeout and islandwide sushi delivery available online.
En Sushi: fresh sashimi and sushi rolls
A trendy and contemporary Japanese restaurant, En Sushi features a wide variety of sushi, sashimi, donburi, maki, handrolls and yaki (grill). Whether you’re craving a classic California Maki, an Unagi Avocado Hand Roll or Grilled Salmon Mentai, En Sushi promises fresh, premium ingredients at an affordable price. Sushi takeout and islandwide sushi delivery available with minimum order of $90.
Ginza Sushi Ichi: fine dining sushi restaurant
Nestled in Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Ginza Sushi Ichi is a sushi restaurant with one MICHELIN star. While the sushi here is quite significantly pricer than most places, you can rest assured that you will get your money’s worth. They offer omakase but the most affordable set is at lunch at $130 per person and includes an appetiser, 10 pieces of nigiri sushi, sushi roll, miso soup and dessert. Sushi takeout is available if you order one day in advance.
GOGO Sushi: sushi takeout
When you’re in a hurry but need to grab a quick meal, GOGO Express offers a wide range of sushi, bentos, and handrolls to go! Get a mini eight-piece sushi platter from $5. And keep a lookout for their ever-changing sushi deals and promos for affordable sushi. Their sushi platters are perfect for a birthday party! Sushi takeout and sushi delivery available on Foodpanda.
Hei Sushi: halal sushi restaurant conveyor belt
Hei Sushi is the world’s first halal-certified sushi conveyor belt restaurant. As an arm of the Sakae Sushi group, they bring quality sushi and Japanese dishes in a casual dining concept for the whole family. Their sushi party platters are great for celebrations at home! You can also get Hei Sushi delivered right to your doorstep with rates from $5.50 before GST with additional surcharge above 4km distance.
Ichiban Sushi: cheap sushi
Looking to take the kids to a casual Japanese restaurant? Ichiban Sushi offers affordable set meals. Whether you’re craving Japanese Katsu Curry, Gyu Teriyaki Don or Salmon Belly Mentai Sushi, you’ll be able to satisfy every sushi craving here. Sushi takeout and delivery available through GrabFood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo.
Itacho Sushi: best sushi rolls
Itacho Sushi has been making delicious sushi since 2009. From handrolls to creative sushi rolls, sashimi and more, Itacho Sushi has every kind of Japanese food you can think of! Each sushi is lovingly hand-made to order to ensure you get the freshest ingredients and the best sushi on your plate. Sushi takeout and sushi delivery available through GrabFood, Deliveroo and Foodpanda.
Kotobuki: fresh seafood and sushi rolls
Having been around since 1981, Kotobuki sets the bar for authentic, fresh Japanese food in Singapore, with yummy bento boxes and noodles in addition to sushi and sashimi. They even have a Japanese school menu that offers typical bento meals that students would eat in Japan. Islandwide delivery is free for orders over $80, or a flat fee of $8 for sushi orders below $80.
Maetomo Restaurant & Bar: sushi restaurant
Be transported to Hokkaido with Maetomo’s many options native to the Japanese island, from fresh sashimi to hairy crab and summer truffles on rice! The quality selections are well worth the splurge if you’re feeling a little celebratory. Make sure you check out their Facebook page for special off-menu bento sets. Sushi orders can be placed over the phone, with delivery available in central, southeast, and southwest areas of Singapore. Free sushi delivery for orders over $150.
Rakuichi: sushi rolls
This Japanese spot in Dempsey offers colourful, inventive maki rolls (like the Rakuichi — soft shell crab wrapped in avocado and raw fish), sashimi, Aburi Spicy Tuna, delicious grilled meat skewers, and a Salmon bento lunch set for just $48! Order sushi delivery via Deliveroo and GrabFood or walk in for sushi takeaways.
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Sens Dining: sushi with fresh produce
SENS Sushi in Holland Village boasts four incoming cargo shipments with fresh produce straight from Japan. They take traditional Japanese cuisine and transform it with an innovative spin. Look for super fresh imported specials like Striped Mackerel or Sea Bream; our kids also love the yummy garlic fried rice. There’s always something for the whole family. For sushi delivery, look for them on Food Panda, Deliveroo and GrabFood.
SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe
We love the dinner and lunch sets at this Orchard Road mainstay, along with their special sushi rolls. Really you’re just spoilt for choice – there are six kinds of salmon sushi preparations, for instance. Available for direct orders (they’ve even got takeaway Sake) and via Food Panda.
Sushi Sato: omakase experience
When you dine at Sushi Sato, you get to indulge in authentic Japanese cuisine surrounded by the lush greenery of Dempsey Hill. This fine-dining lunch experience starts at $220 for a seasonal starter, chawanmushi, nigiri, rice bowl, hand roll, soup and dessert. Thanks to Chef Sato’s connection with the best suppliers in Japan, you’ll get to eat rare produce reserved only for the best sushi restaurants. Not the cheapest sushi. in town but one for special occasions!
Sushi Yujo: omakase dining
When you step into Sushi Yujo, you’re transported into a different world, one that revolves around authentic Japanese flavours created from premium ingredients. The dinner omakase menu features the Chef’s seasonal signatures like the hairy crab served in whole yuzu or Awabi abalone with house-made liver sauce. Book a table here for a fine dining experience. Sushi takeout available for online orders.
Umi Sushi: cheap sushi
You can get sushi for as cheap as $1 per box (on selected days) at Umi Sushi! This is a great grab-and-go option if you’re looking for a quick sushi takeout during your lunch break, or even if the kids just need a quick snack. For a more filling option, opt for donburi (rice bowl), Japanese bento, or sushi platter. Sushi takeout and islandwide sushi delivery available with minimum order of $30.
Unkai Sushi: omakase experience
If you want to get real fancy, perhaps for a big birthday celebration or a special date night, head over to Unkai Sushi for fine Japanese cuisine. Feast on a gourmet multi-course menu with premium sashimi, a variety of donburi bowls and omakase creations that will blow you away. Since this is a unique dining experience, Unkai Sushi does not offer sushi delivery.
Sakae Sushi: conveyor belt sushi
Think ‘sushi in Singapore‘ and Sakae Sushi will probably come to mind. The award-winning conveyor belt sushi restaurant group is probably what started our love for Japanese food here in SG! Their value-for-money sushi options and dishes are available on GrabFood and on their e-store. Best of all, they offer free islandwide sushi delivery!
Genki Sushi: conveyor belt sushi train
Genki Sushi needs no introduction because they have 21 sushi restaurants in Singapore! Genki Sushi is best known for the conveyor belt sushi with a train that looks like Japan’s famous speed trains. Dig into Aburi Sushi, a variety of Handrolls, fresh sashimi and more. Islandwide sushi delivery available with a minimum order of $35 and sushi delivery fees from $5.
Sushi Express: cheap conveyor belt sushi
Sushi Express is the place to go if you’re looking for affordable sushi from $1.50++ per plate. From cute bento boxes to sushi party platters, and unique Korean-inspired creations like Kimchi Tamagoyaki, there’s a great variety of sushi that will satisfy every palette. Sushi delivery via Food Panda and Grab Food.
Sushiro Sushi: best sushi in Singapore
Sushiro is Japan’s #1 conveyor belt sushi chain, and our kids adore the fresh sushi here! The sushi is very cheap and there’s a wide variety – everything from Shrimp with Avocado to Grilled Eel, Seared Bonito, Pickled Yellowtail and lots of different salmon sushi. It’s one of those sushi restaurants where you can let the kids go wild selecting dishes without worrying too much about the bill so for that reason we reckon it’s one of the best sushi restaurants in Singapore! Sushiro’s value-for-money sushi platters are available for islandwide delivery (through GrabFood) and takeaway.
Sushi Tei: conveyor belt sushi
Sushi Tei manages to balance low prices with fresh, tasty fish and a massive sushi menu. There’s always some sort of special or promotion on – right now, students can enjoy a student meal promo with a main course and a drink for only $9.90. For islandwide sushi delivery, order through Deliveroo or Foodpanda.
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