Restaurant Review: Sushiro Singapore – Meet Their Other Fantastic Sanshoku Chirashi Dons

In Chirashi, Hiamjio, Japanese

The UTW (“Under Ten Words”): Queue-tastic, massively popular value-for-Money Japanese chirashi bowl goodness.

The must-orders (if any): Bara Chirashi Don, Seasonal Chirashi Dons

Summary: One of the breakout stars of 2016 thanks to its ridiculously photogenic and value-for-money marinated bara chirashi don, Sushiro has gone on to rapidly expand from its humble shopping mall food bazaar origins to having both the original space as well as a prominent mall entrance shopfront, and the crowds have not ebbed, attracting virtually every walk of life imaginable in the Upper Thomson area and beyond, from cost-conscious teens to adult working foodies and even dads and mums with their own parents. Apart from the signatures, the lesser-rated seasonal chirashi items have always delivered – the Sanshoku Chirashi Don includes a self-fan inducing, shiokly spicy salmon, whilst elsewhere the Premium Sanshoku Don features a luxuriously meltastic chutoro that rivals the big expensive Japanese boys. Both items are seasonal, so do enquire in advance on their availability.

Sanshoku Chirashi Don - Sushiro SingaporeSanshoku Chirashi Don – bara chirashi/salmon belly/spicy salmon ($15.90). Whilst the other counterparts deliver with familiar competence, the standout in this fishy ménage a trois is undoubtedly the marinated spicy salmon, essentially chunks of creamy, powdery, incendiary bites of pleasure.

Premium Sanshoku Don - Sushiro SingaporePremium Sanshoku Don – bluefin fatty tuna belly, Norwegian salmon belly, Hokkaido salmon caviar ($32.80). Essentially traditional Japanese classic premium freshness – the chutoro tastes every bit its price tag, which is more Oxley Road to their signature Bara Chirashi Don’s Woodlands Street 13.


Grade: A2.

Sushiro Singapore
301 Upper Thomson Road
#01-113F Thomson Plaza
Singapore 574408

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