The first clue that the food here is authentic? The place was filled with Japanese patrons. I hardly see any Japanese patrons at the other Singapore chain outlets. The second of course – the taste. The inari sushi here was much closer to what I had in Osaka. Not as good, but close enough. B commented that even the soy sauce is superior. At the moment, there is only one outlet at Orchard Central, but I hope they expand so I don’t need to go to town for my fix.
Love the angry kawaii logo.
And so high tech – your orders arrive fresh on a train. No more wondering how long your sushi has been circulating on the belt.
The menu and a warning, probably meant for curious little kids who will, like the adults be fascinated by the process when they first come here.
I am craving all over again when I see the photos. One of the hazards of food blogging. Makes it impossible to stick to any diet.
Petite Oyaku Don at just S$3.80 and the portion size is just perfect so that you can try more things.
There’s free water – iced or hot. Just help yourselves.
Tried to take a close-up of part of the menu.
You use the iPad to place your order – it’s easy and you’ll get used to it after you try it once.