Where to Get Chirashi Don for Just $12.80
sushiro chirashi
Sushi restaurants are aplenty in Singapore. From high end omakase experts to cheap conveyor belt sushi chains, you get what you pay for in terms of quality. Thankfully, some of our favourite affordable sushi bars help to fill that gap; and so does this recent discovery in Thomson Plaza – Sushiro, which probably serves the cheapest Chirashi don around for just $12.80! Filled to the brim with five types of cubed sashimi, marinated in a mildly sweet homemade sauce, the Bara Chirashi here screams value-for-money in a very decent quality and quantity for its price. It comes topped with sesame seeds for texture, and a selection that includes salmon, maguro (tuna), mekajiki (swordfish), tako, ebi and glistening ikura pearls.
sushiro sushi
sushiro aburi duck don
The selection of fish varies from day to day, depending on imports, which is delivered to the shop three to four times in a week. A Sashimi Moriawase comprising maguro, chutoro and o-toro (named ‘The Three Grades’) is priced at $38.80, while you can get a 5-piece Sushi Nigiri Platter (sake, maguro, ikura, tamago and unagi) for $8.80. And for mentai lovers, you’ll be glad to know that a good range of mentai sushi and donburis are available here too. Regular menu aside, you can refer to the owner’s handwritten notes of the day’s specials placed on each table. Expect dishes like Japanese-style Glazed Duck with Onsen Egg on Rice ($14.80, pictured) or Salmon Belly Sashimi, as well as set menu add-ons to any order of rice bowl – for example, $5 for a bowl of Shiro Miso Soup, salad and sashimi.
sushiro sake
To seal the deal for an authentic sushi bar experience, Sushiro currently has Japanese beers like Asahi and Sapporo, plus two Sake options for you to choose from: Ide Junmai Dai Ginjyo Sake ($9.80/30ml glass) and Ide Honjyozo Tenka Sanroku Fuji No Yama Sake ($5.80/30 ml glass).
sushiro counter seats
In hoping to emulate that same quick and hassle-free sushi bar experience in Japan, Sushiro’s 12-seater space evokes an intimate dining experience, no doubt, especially with a couple of bar seats for more interaction with the chef. But as word gets out about this hidden gem, the only concern we have is its lengthening waiting time as the queues follow suit. Location Tip: As this small shop can be quite hard to spot, head in the direction of the food court then look out for cut-out signs in a shape of a white bear.


We’re giving away $20 Sushiro vouchers to 5 lucky readers! To stand a chance, simply: 1) Like Sushiro’s Facebook Page 2) Share this article and tag a friend on Facebook 3) Answer this question: Name one other dish besides the Bara Chirashi. 4) Submit your entry here: http://bit.ly/SushiroGiveaway Giveaway closes on 22nd March 2016. Winners will be contacted via emails. Sushiro Thomson Plaza, 301 Upper Thomson Road #01-113F, Singapore 574408
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Peh Yi Wen
Yi Wen likens the gourmet world to a theme park that never closes – full of adventure with endless rides to discover. When not writing, she dabbles in calligraphy and gawks at lego displays.
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