Sushi Express (313 Somerset)

Restaurant 313 Orchard Road #B3-28/29 [email protected] [email protected] Singapore 238895 Published on: 13-11-2015

11:00 AM - 09:30 PM
11.00 - 20.00 USD

Sushi Express (313 Somerset) is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Sushi Express [email protected] at B3 of 313 Somerset is perhaps one of the Sushi Express where you can see one of the widest selections of Sushi at any one time.

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Why Sushi Express (313 Somerset) is special ?

Sushi Expredfss is cheap enough even for students. If you are not expecting top-grade sushi, Sushi Express is a decent place to satisfy sushi and sashimi cravings

This Sushi express outlet offers one of the most variety of Sushi on the belt so far. As with most outlet, the staff are friendly and attentive. Sitting space wise, this outlet is quite spacious and comes with quite a numbers of sofa seats and ample counter seats. As this is one of the more crowded outlet, the sushi and sashimi served are fresh. There is really nothing much that you can picked on for the affordable price of $1.50 per plate. Not forgetting that you can get one of the cheapest dessert dumpling during the Dumpling Festival whereby the price of normal dumpling had increased tremendously.

Some must-try dishes:

  • Grilled Tilapia

  • Raw Scalop

  • Grilled Salmon Belly

  • Vinegared Mackerel

  • Seasoned Capellin


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How to get to Sushi Express (313 Somerset)?

By train: Go to Somesert MRT, look for

By taxi

You can hail a taxi by the roadside at most places, or by queuing for one at taxi stands found at most shopping malls, hotels and tourist attractions. If you wish to book a cab, you can call a common taxi booking number, 6-DIAL CAB (6342-5222), and your call will be routed to an available taxi company's call centre.


Selling points

  • Best salmon for dollar anywhere in spore
  • Sushi priced close to food court meals
  • Awesome place for great price
  • Value for money sushi
  • Good place for an introduction to Sushi


  • Noise level Small
  • Budget Budget
  • Alcohol NO
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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115.19 USD
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Number of places
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313 Orchard Road #B3-28/29 [email protected] [email protected] Singapore 238895

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Tips for you

  • The restaurant is quite crowded, so it's better to get there after 7 p.m.
  • There's no menu so pick and choose the small dishes right after the conveyer belt.
  • Each table is allowed a dining duration of 40 mins, a concept quite common in Japan .


4 stars bc the sushi is great and the $1.50 really hits the sweet spot. There's no menu so pick and choose the small dishes right after the conveyer belt. Sometimes it does take awhile for the favorite items to come by (ie salmon sashimi, unagi nigri, etc) but they do eventually come--patience is a venture! My favorite item is actually the scallop--they're huge! Unlimited green tea and wet tissue--enjoy!

HungryGoWhere View more

My first visit to sushi express with two of my girlfriends. Was quite shocked when I saw the queue but join in anyway. There were quite a number of varieties served and I must say that it's quite value for money for the amount that you pay. One special dish which is the 'fake' abalone is good. Sweet and addictive, but only limited servings are served every now and then. It's quite a nice experience for small groups gatherings.

TripAdvisor View more

As mentioned by others, its 1.50 per plate, or 1.76 all in, choose as the food passes in front of you via the conveyor. Only the tea in front of you and the radish on the conveyor is complimentary. Even though it looks like there were a lot of choices, its not. Sashimi is limited, and we ended up getting mostly salmon sashimi. No tuna. Even the maki, limited choices. Most of us in our group ate an average of 5-6 plates. But one in our group came with hungry, and ended up grabbing 18 plates. The price for 18 plates is like eating in a japanese resto eat all you can! And to think the salmon sashimi plate only had 2 slices, not good for the very hungry. Eat all you can radish, anyone?

FourSquare View more

beat other kiasu people; sit by the chef's window and have all the aburi (seared salmon) you can have. that's the best thing they serve. ??

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