Whenever I’m at a loss for what to eat, I always find myself coming back to Japanese food. It’s delicious, fuss-free, and becoming increasingly affordable these days, much to my delight. And nothing screams quintessential Japanese food. Moreover, it’s even better when you can have it in the comfort of your home. Sushi delivery? If there was a lifetime subscription, I’d sign up in the blink of an eye.
Craving a spread of sushi, fresh salmon sashimi or looking for alternative sushi delivery options to Umi Sushi or Sushi Express? We’ve got your back. Here to bring the tastes of Japan is a list of 9 Best Sushi Delivery Restaurants in Singapore, delivering islandwide!
1. Genki Sushi
When you think of Genki Sushi, what first comes to mind is probably their “Kousoku Express” system. It’s a seamless ordering process that brings your meal on a tiny speedy double rail system. Apart from this unique concept, Genki is known for its fresh and affordable sushi. Plus, how can we forget the huge variety of flavours and sushi it offers?
They’ve put together multiple sushi platters, such as the Family Feast Set ($49.90). With up to 57 pieces and a myriad of different ingredients, it’s perfect for sharing with loved ones. Likewise, a la carte options are also available. For those of you who are crazy about salmon, go for Special Set C ($24.90). With sashimi delivery available as well, there’s certainly something for everyone. Add on some miso soup to complete your set meal!
2. SUN with MOON
Presenting itself as the epitome of Japanese savoir-faire,SUN with MOON has long been a favourite of food enthusiasts in Singapore.
Crispy Prawn Mango Roll
Try the Nixon Roll ($29.80), which features a cucumber sushi roll with cream cheese, and topped with grilled eel in sweet soy sauce. Also, don’t miss out on the Crispy Prawn Mango Roll ($24.80) for an infusion of local flavours with quintessential Japanese flavours.
3. Ichiban Boshi
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Offering a wide selection of sushi, fresh sashimi, and a variety of set meals is Ichiban Boshi. With 13 outlets across Singapore, it’s well-known and well-loved.
One unique Japanese dish would be the Dragon Roll ($22.36). Dig into a deep-fried jumbo tiger prawn encased in seaweed, layered with salmon and topped with black flying fish roe. Apart from their signature rolls, you can also take your pick of sushi from their smorgasbord of a la carte flavours. From gunkan, nigiri, to makimono, take your pick for all your sushi and sashimi delivery needs.
Negi Toro Maki
A favourite amongst celebrities and diplomats, Akashi is an exclusive epicurean concept. Akashi promises the finest quality ingredients. Offering nine different types of sushi platters of varying sizes, there is no shortage of options at Akashi. Sushi Platter B ($97.20) consists of salmon, halibut fin, amberjack, unagi, sweet shrimp and tuna. In other words, it’s a feast of premium sushi for your enjoyment.
5. SENS Sushi & Grill
SENS Sushi & Grill seeks to supply customers with a wide repertoire of contemporary Japanese cuisine. Their selection includes sashimi, sushi and teppanyaki, and redefines quality dining for all palates. In fact, they even sell fresh imports flown in directly from Japan, like 250g of uni and whole Japanese sea bream.
If you enjoy your classics, go with Sushi Platter B ($63.25, 5-6 pax). It comes with maguro, salmon, tamago, and unagi sushi, as well as California Roll Maki. Snow crab lovers, Sushi Platter D ($54.14) hits the spot. It features generous amounts of glistening tobikko on sushi, as well as baby and gunkan hotate. In addition, the coveted snow crab leg variant makes for an exquisite sushi delivery meal at home.
Putting a twist on traditional Japanese fare, Kinki brings modern dishes to the table. With their own unique touch, you’ll be back for more.
They’ve recently launched new rolls, reinventing classic makis and putting their personal spin on familiar favourites. The Golden Age ($30) features seared salmon with homemade mentaiko sauce. Likewise, their Cowabunga ($36) comes with seared A4 wagyu, cream cheese, cucumber, tobiko, and more. A truly unique and unorthodox combination of flavours.
7. Kuriya Japanese Market
A trustworthy supplier of quality ingredients, Kuriya Japanese Market’s fresh seafood and premium fish is air-flown thrice weekly from Japan. They also import seasonal meats and provide fish slicing services upon request. Hence, they’re perfect for party platter customizations and your sushi delivery sets.
TheWakasa Sushi Platter ($65.80) is laden with 40 glorious pieces of sushi. The platter includes California maki, scallop, BBQ eel maki, salmon roe, and more. Kuriya also offers countless other sushi sets and platters. If you’re more of a sashimi-lover, you won’t be disappointed either. They also offer islandwide sashimi delivery featuring the Houryou Sashimi ($76.80 for 50pcs) and more.
8. MARUKYU Japanese Dining
At MARUKYU Japanese Dining, their omakase selection is made mainly from the freshest ingredients air-flown from Japan. Also, if you’re looking for the ultimate stay-home Omakase experience, indulge in the Take Sushi ($35) and Matsu Sushi ($50). The premium spread features the chef’s selection of fish and seafood. In other words, opt for the Sushi Bento ($38), which comes with fresh sashimi and salmon teriyaki on top of nigiri and tekka maki sushi.
9. Yoshi & The Horse’s Mouth
Yoshi & The Horse’s Mouth is an authentic Kyoto Kaiseki fine dining experience helmed by award-winning Chef Yoshiyuki. With Oddle Eats, you can also have a taste of Kyoto with the best sushi delivery in town.
Perhaps take things up a notch with their Premium Sushi & Maki Platter (from $75). Delight over premium seasonal seafood (including Hokkaido uni and otoro) from Japan’s Toyosu market. Using only the freshest seasonal ingredients flown in from Japan, Chef Yoshiyuki accentuates their natural flavours in a “Kyo-ryori” style. In conclusion – you simply cannot miss out on this!