The largest Kaiten sushi chain in Japan is finally opened in Singapore. They boost over 100 varieties of sushi and side dishes that will satisfy many.
The restaurant is conveniently located in Tiong Bahru Plaza which is right above the train.
The place has a 162 seater and on the first day when we visited the shop, they stopped issuing queue number at 645 pm.
The conveyor belt was also quite special and everything can be ordered on the screen.
The sushi was split into $2.20, $3.20 & $4.80. I believe some people mentioned that there were some discount where some of the $4.80 product was charged at $2.20. By the way, price exclude gst and service charge.
Frankly speaking, I feel that this place is just a sushi express with more variety. It’s probably on par with genki sushi with more variety. I like those with cheese toppings.
Also, there was no sashimi. All the dishes have rice.
Lastly, the Umisushi tasted so bad. It tasted like drain water. It might be an acquired taste that I do not understand.
Takeaways will be available in September for those who doesn’t want to queue.
Conclusion: I would not queue for this place unless the queue is less than 30 minutes. There is also Sushi Teh beside this restaurant if the queue is too long.