Japanese conveyor belt sushi chain Sushiro to open two more outlets in Singapore
Good news for sushi fans: Japanese conveyor belt sushi chain, Sushiro, will be opening two more outlets in Singapore. The new stores, at Shaw House and Causeway Point, are slated to start operations in January and March 2020 respectively.
Sushiro launched its first Singapore outlet at Tiong Bahru Mall five months ago. Its reputation as Japan’s largest conveyor belt sushi chain, as well as the low prices, meant that the store has seen long queues daily since its opening. The budget-friendly chain offers sushi from $2.20++ per plate.
Customers can expect the two new stores to offer the same wide-ranging menu as the Tiong Bahru branch, with more than 100 varieties of sushi and side menu dishes to choose from. The chain imports its ingredients directly from Japan, with exclusive and seasonal selections introduced to the menu periodically.
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