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Introduction
With each of its 60-odd sushi and sashimi offerings, Sushi Express's Kaburi Chefs strive for the freshest and tastiest, preparing them fresh right in front of their customers. A huge plus when every plate of sushi and sashimi is at a wallet-friendly price of $1.50++. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 21:30
Restaurant Website
http://www.sushiexpress.com.sg/
Review (9)
Level4 2013-12-29
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At $1.50 per plate (before GST), it's cheap comparable to other Japanese restaurants. After GST and service charge, it's less than $2 per plate.I took pictures of 3 dishes I'd be back for. These selections disappear off the sushi train rather quickly as they're quite rare and I suppose their costs are higher. unagi sushi roll. relatively thick pieces with riceblueberry cheesecake that was sweet without being too creamy, nor too light. each bite was delightful.miso soup needs to be ordered and there were surprisingly thick pieces of salmon inside which makes it very worth it and unlike normal miso soup. The tea is refillable at the individual station you're sitting at. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-27
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During my internship, my colleagues decided to go to Sushi Express at 313@Somerset, not too far away from the office for lunch. I tagged along, since they mentioned: affordable-sushi-buffet. Very attractive.Anyway I didn't manage to take any pictures cause I was too busy fishing plates that came out of the conveyor belt. Speaking of which, my colleagues and I went at around 11+, just before 12pm and the place was not that packed yet. The restaurant is decked out in orange and black, and there is the huge conveyor belt, which somewhat reminds me of a snake around the dining area. We sat at the back, right next to kitchen, and where most of the food are prepared and placed on the belt. I think Sushi Express is aptly-named because it offers a no-frills dining experience. You want sushi, you get sushi, and an amazing variety at that. I am used to seeing eel, salmon but they happen to have some other varieties of fish as well.I happen to like their dessert selection as well. Besides sushi, and other delectable Japanese cuisine, one can find desserts like cheesecake, and cream puffs on the conveyor belt. I even saw red velvet cakes but i was too bloated from eating too many cream puffs before that. Their cream puffs were sweet little delights of chilled pastries at bite-sized portions. Easy to pop one into the mouth. One plate has got 3 cream puffs and I think most of us had more than 1 serving of this simple but delightful dessert.One plate of sushi cost $1.50 and it was not too expensive considering the extensive range and variety of food offered there.Definitely worth a visit if you are craving for sushi! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-19
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Sushi Express origins from Taiwan and is quite popular with the people due to its $1.50 a plate of sushi, sashimi and dessert. It is my first time dining at this outlet. Being a Friday night, it is quite crowded and we have to wait quite awhile before getting a seat. In the end, we are showed to counter seats. The staff left us to our own device without explaining the system. I have dined before in the City Link's outlet where the staff explaining the system to us. As we are seating far away from the sushi chefs, it is quite awhile for decent looking plates of food finally reach us on the belt. Most of the time belt is plain empty. Overall between the 2 of us, we have shared 9 plates of sushi and sashimi. Food tastes average. There is green tea bags on the table for one to make hot green tea.I have also noticed that table is not cleared properly when the couple next to me left. The bubble tea cup on that side is not cleared with the rest of the plates and left there. Maybe it is crowded and the staffs are too busy to notice it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-16
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Visit Sushi Express outlets multiple time, and I queued for it everytime regardless during peak or non-peak hours. Varieties rolling on conveyor belt were a lot, we took our time to choose. The standard, although it was not the best, yet the quality was still well-maintained. Sushi was tiny in mouth-bite size, but it was filling in fact. The plate left only sushi was eaten by me, like the Swordfish Sushi very much. The price for sushi plate was inexpensive, they were all below $2.00. The décor was simple, the ambience was comfy also. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-06
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Newly opened shop at 313. Offer wide range of sushi ranging at price of 1.70 per plate. A very economical priced sushi. The sushi is pretty fresh but sadly It is a boo for me as I still prefer the tradditional one. The customer can gets to sit in front of the sushi belt and choose the sushi  from the moving belt itself. The location is at the right corner of basement 3 which is not very hard to find. With their low priced sushi. It is usually packed with a lot of ppl during lunch. Total spend for five places of sushi is 15 bucks! Cheap! continue reading
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