Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru 漁師寿司 活けいけ丸 シンガポール
Ryoshi Sushi Ikeikemaru is a Japanese sushi restaurant tucked away at a quiet corner of the Liang Court basement.
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Quality sushi that satisfies the soul
Stepping into the restaurant, I was greeted by many happy Japanese eating and sushis looping around on a conveyor belt.
The sushis were excellent, with just the right amount of rice and a generous helping of ‘topping’. You know how in some places the sashimi slices are pathetically thin? Yeah, those infuriating ones. Fret not, none of that in Ryoshi! The fish from Ryoshi is freshly imported from Japan, and every slice is thick and satisfying. Best of all, the price of their sushis are not exorbitant for the quality, with different colored plates ranging from $1.80-$6.80. My personal favorite is the Salmon belly sushi, with melt-in-your-mouth fatty salmon atop a small mound of rice. While it’s slightly more expensive than other plates of sushi, it’s worth every penny.
While I’m sure many will disagree with me, I did not fancy their squid sushi. It honestly tasted like milky rubber to me. However, I still highly recommend the restaurant as every other plate of sushi I took brought a small smile of bliss to my face.