7 Places that Deliver Delicious Sushi Platters that are Great for Parties


Luscious sushi that melts in your mouth
Tons of VarietyAkashiChura Sushi BarKiyoshi Japanese Restaurant
Salmon LoversGenki Sushi SingaporeSUN with MOON Japanese Dining & CafeKuriya Japanese Market
Vegan & VegetarianSaute Sushi

When it comes to the phrase, “the more the merrier”, no dish encapsulates it as well as the sushi platter. Indeed, perfectly-pressed sushi arranged in colourful rows is a sight to behold, even if you’re not a diehard fan of Japanese sushi. Whether it’s a classic salmon or tuna nigiri, or something more exotic and elaborate you’re after, here are 7 delivery places on Oddle Eats you can turn to for a sushi party platter to remember.

1. Akashi

A classic Japanese restaurant, Akashi prides itself on its exclusive epicurean concept distinct from other sushi noodle bars or casual dining concepts in Singapore. 

Choose from two styles of nigiri platters—original and aburi. The original Sushi Platters (from $52 onwards) consist of six combinations of classic flavours that range from salmon and tuna belly to amberjack, sweet shrimp, kanpachi, and unagi. 

Level up your sushi game with an Aburi Sushi Platter (from $60.80 onwards) where the seafood is lightly seared. The textures and enhanced natural flavours of the seafood are sure to set your tastebuds tingling. There’s also the Toro Toro Akami Sushi Platter (from $80.80) consisting of all tuna-based sushi for those ready to spare no expense. 

Pair these enticing sushi platters with some refreshing sake from Akashi’s collection, which is going at 1 for 1.


2. Chura Sushi Bar

Chura Sushi Bar’s Chura Party Platter (from $42.90)

Standing for “beautiful” in Okinawan language, Chura Sushi Bar is a new concept by En Group plating out quality dishes living up to its name. 

Eat your way through the best Chura Sushi Bar has to offer by ordering the 33-piece Chura Party Platter (from $42.90, U.P. $46.80) or 30-piece Aburi Sharing Platter (from $49.50, U.P. $54). Both are good for three to four pax, and each piece going for $1.30 – $1.60 makes it practically a steal.


3. Genki Sushi Singapore

Mention “affordable Japanese dining in Singapore” and Genki Sushi is one of the first names to come to mind. 

The casual dining concept is no stranger to local foodies, even earning a stamp of approval from Ghib Ojisan, a Japanese YouTuber based in Singapore. While you cannot replicate Genki Sushi’s iconic sushi trains in your home or office, rest assured none of the freshness or flavour will be lost during delivery. 

With a whopping 57 pieces of nigiri, maki, and inari, the Family Feast (from $49.90) guarantees everyone gets to sample each flavour. Looking for other types of sushi? Consider Genki Set A (from $55.90) with 46 pieces, including intense flavours like smoked duck and salmon with mentaiko. For a larger selection of seafood, opt for Genki Set B (from $56.90) for 64 pieces of fresh goodness.


4. Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant

Opened in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant has much to be proud of. Since braving the “worst of the worst”, it has become known for its hand-stretched Inaniwa udon. 

If you’re not a noodles person, you can still indulge in its mouthwatering sushi and sashimi. The Sushi and Sashimi Platter (from $226)—aptly named “Celebration Platter” in its takeaway menu—contains 10 kinds of premium sashimi and eight kinds of nigiri with a special salmon mentai roll. 


5. Kuriya Japanese Market

Kuriya Japanese Market’s Wakasa Sushi (40pcs) (from $65.80)

Part-eatery and part-grocer, Kuriya Japanese Market strives to curate premium fish and seafood items from Japan at wallet-friendly prices. Its ubiquitous presence in shopping malls across Singapore is testament to its popularity among Singaporeans for its takeaway sushi, donburi, and salads. 

Consider Japanese takeout nights sorted with their Mini Sushi Platters (from $28.50) great for two to four pax. The 28-piece Aki Sushi (from $43.80) is for the ultimate salmon lover, with salmon nigiri done four ways: original, seared with wasabi mayo, tomato, and salmon mentai. 

The 40-piece Wakasa Sushi (from $65.80) is highly recommended for large gatherings. The 72-piece Kuriya Maki (from $53.80) comprises entirely of maki, so if you’re a fan of some cross-section goodness, wait no more and order up. P.S. Don’t miss the Unagi Summer Fair happening from 1 June to 31 August 2022!


6. Saute Sushi

Saute Sushi’s Vegan Umai Platter (from $49.90)

Who says you can’t enjoy a good sushi platter if you’re vegetarian? Saute Sushi prides itself on its Earth-based dishes crafted with nutritious, natural, and wholesome ingredients. 

With expertly-crafted pieces resembling the “real deal”, even the most ardent of fish-eaters will be none the wiser. Take your pick of Saute Sushi’s 46-piece Vegan Umai Platter (from $49.90) or Vegetarian Umai Platter (from $49.90) to enjoy an appetising sushi platter with everyone. 

Tip: Ordering for a large party? Spend a minimum of $60 and enjoy $4.90 off delivery.


7. SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe 

 
 
 
 
 
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As its name suggests, SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Cafe aims to harmonise the experience of Japanese dining with a cafe concept on trendy Orchard Road. It’s helmed by Executive Chef Toshi Sawai, who earned his culinary chops at the likes of Hotel InterContinental in Singapore and Kitcho Japanese Restaurant in Kyoto.  

Whether you’re ordering the Bara Chirashi & Salmon Nigiri Sushi (from $75) or the Triple Sushi Roll combo (from $58), the culinary team will make it with attention to detail. Either way, you’ll get to enjoy the freshest seafood with sweet, natural flavours.


The great thing about living in Singapore is you’re never short on good Japanese food options. If you’re craving any of these sushi platters, don’t hesitate; take your pick from Oddle Eats now!

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