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Occasionally I'll have sushi cravings but I don't want to eat a whole meal of sushi but just a few pieces. In Jurong Point, there are a few places where you can buy these on-the-go sushi: NTUC Xtra, Umi Sushi (boon lay mrt) and at Kuriya Japanese Fresh Fish Market along Japanese Street! In my opinion Kuriya offers the best (also the most expensive. Price hike!) on-the-go sushi out of these three options. If you want to indulge yourself a little more, do opt for Kuriya! I like how the proportions
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Occasionally I'll have sushi cravings but I don't want to eat a whole meal of sushi but just a few pieces. In Jurong Point, there are a few places where you can buy these on-the-go sushi: NTUC Xtra, Umi Sushi (boon lay mrt) and at Kuriya Japanese Fresh Fish Market along Japanese Street!

In my opinion Kuriya offers the best (also the most expensive. Price hike!) on-the-go sushi out of these three options. If you want to indulge yourself a little more, do opt for Kuriya! I like how the proportions of the ingredients (sashimi/unagi/tamago) is so large and I always feel satisfied when I eat my sushi


It's $2.50 for three pieces, 80 cents for both tamago and the white one which I like, and 90 cents for the sashimi. Love it!
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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2013-03-28