Friends know how much I love sushi – so much so that I was willing to travel from the West to the East (45 minutes travel time, mind you) just so I could get some sushi. But you don’t have to go through such lengths to get sushi – not with HHWT’s sushi guide, that is! This is the ultimate guide for all you sushi fans out there🤗

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1. Isuramuya

The latest addition to the halal sushi scene in Singapore – Isuramuya😎 This restaurant attained its halal certification a mere 2 weeks ago so you can be rest assured that you will be one of the first to try the food at this restaurant. Treat yourself to a delectable range of sushi and feel yourself being temporarily transported to the land of the rising sun!

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With ingredients flown in directly from Japan, Isuramuya allows you to savour the true taste of Japanese cuisine and sushi – guaranteed to be fresh! I mean, look at that salmon😍

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If you’re inspired by the sushi served and want to try making your own, you can hop over to the marketplace located at this very restaurant. It’s the first Japanese restaurant in Singapore with an on-premise marketplace😮

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Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, #04-19 JCube, Singapore 609731
Opening Hours: 1130am to 3pm, 5pm to 930pm daily
Price: $$

2. Hei Sushi

If you, like me, have always walked past sushi restaurants and wished that there was a halal one where the sushi is served on a conveyor belt, you have to head down to Hei Sushi! It’s Singapore’s first halal kaiten sushi restaurant and as the name suggests, the sushi travels on a conveyor belt. You can conveniently reach out and take any sushi which appeals to you! Check the colour of each plate for the price of the sushi☺️

#HHWT tip: If you don’t see what you want on the conveyor belt, just order your dish using the iPad at your table!

Must-try dishes include the Aburi sushi and the Shake Tobimayo – seared salmon topped with tobimayo sauce (flying fish roe sauce & mayonnaise). The salmon was seared to the right degree and the sauce complemented the dish perfectly. Yummy!

Apart from these dishes, you cannot miss Hei Sushi’s specialty makimono. It’s one of those comfort dishes that really hits the spot😌 With artistic creations such as the Spider Maki (soft shell crab and lettuce wrapped in obba leaf) and Sunshine Maki (breaded prawn sushi layered with mango), you’ll definitely be back for more!

Hei Shake (breaded prawn sushi rice roll layered with salmon slices, flying fish roe and cheese sauce)

Address: They have a few outlets across Singapore
Opening Hours: Differs by outlet
Price: $$

Still not convinced? Check out 10 reasons why you should visit Hei Sushi now!

3. Maki-San

Maki-your-own-sushi right here at Maki-san😛 This is my personal go-to sushi place considering how fussy I am about my food, so much so that I want it personalized right down to the very detail😂 A huge plus point is that the sushi here is at an affordable price!

#HHWT Tip: Present your student card on weekdays to enjoy a 10% discount! Alternatively, if you’re a SAFRA card member, you can enjoy 15% off your total bill.

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Start by choosing which wrap you’d like your maki in – traditional nori (seaweed), crepe (egg wrap) or healthy soy wrap. You can also choose brown rice instead of Japanese white rice, if you prefer the healthier option. Then, take your pick of ingredients, sprinkles and sauces to complete your maki! I really was not kidding when I said your maki is personalized right down to the very detail😌

Salted Egg Sauce – a house special

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If you’d like to take your maki a notch higher, opt to fry your sushi at a small additional price! But you can only opt for this if you chose the traditional nori wrap.

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If you’re craving for more of that salted egg, we have five other salted egg dishes you have to try in Singapore!

Address: They have a few outlets across Singapore
Opening Hours: Differs according to outlet
Price: $

4. Santaro by Gion

If this restaurant’s name rings a bell, it might mean that you visited Santaro By Gion before at its old location. Many were left in the lurch when it closed down at Royal Plaza on Scotts but Santaro made a grand return at its new location – Zhong Shan Mall’s garden! Helmed by Madam Wang Yanli who has over two decades of experience managing fine dining Japanese restaurants, you can be assured of the best quality here😋

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Here, the food is not the only thing that will remind you of Japan. Nestled in the heart of the garden with full length windows, the ambience is perfect to enjoy sushi with your loved ones.

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You have to try their sushi plate with tuna and other types of maki. The ingredients are so fresh that it will leave you craving for more!

Address: 20 Ah Hood Road, #01-19, Zhongshan Mall, 329984
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri -1130am to 3pm (last order at 2pm), 6pm to 10pm (last order at 9pm). Sat, Sun – 11.30am to 10pm
Price: $$

5. The Ramen Stall

Offering authentic Japanese food altered to suit the local palette, The Ramen Stall is a halal Japanese restaurant tucked away in North Bridge Road. The restaurant’s name is enough to give away it’s specialty dish but that’s not all it’s known for! There is an amazing range of sushi for you to choose from at this restaurant😄

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Apart from commonly found sushi such as the California Roll, indulge yourselves in torched salmon sushi and torched beef sushi – dishes unique to this restaurant. The torched beef is a perfect complement to the sushi rice😋

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Eat to your heart’s content here, and stay till as late as you want! This is probably the only halal Japanese restaurant which opens till the morning. So if you’re craving for sushi at 1am in the morning (like me 🙈), head over to The Ramen Stall.

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Finding more eateries open till late? We’ve shortlisted 10 halal eateries in Singapore which are open for 24 hours!

Address: 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755
Opening Hours: (Monday – Friday) 5pm to 5am, (Saturday, Sunday & PH) 12pm to 5am
For reservations: +65-66550800
Price: $$

6. Inari-ku

This is one of the only halal sushi in Singapore which does not have a physical store. But do not underestimate the taste of Inari-ku, especially since the humble home kitchen is helmed by a stay-at-home mother who graduated from the Tokyo Sushi Academy! She was also guided by other experienced Japanese chefs and culinary talents during her time in Japan so you’re guaranteed top-notch quality sushi here☺️

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Try their Duo Inari Platter – lobster salad inari and spicy chicken floss inari – a combination of premium and standard toppings. Each platter comes complete with wasabi and shoyu!

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And if you know of someone who loves all things sushi, consider ordering this sushimi cake – yes, such a cake exists! This is the ultimate cake for all sushi fans😍

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Check out their social media accounts to know when they are open for orders.

Price: $$
Website | Instagram | Facebook

7. Shin Tokyo

Singapore’s first halal Japanese restaurant, Ramen Ten, might have closed down but one of the chain’s restaurant is still around! Here, sushi is served on conveyor belts and this has quickly grown into Ramen Ten’s niche areas!

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At around 99 cents per plate of sushi, we’d say that this is definitely an affordable place to head to satisfy your sushi cravings – especially since this is in a restaurant😋

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Address: 14 Scotts Road, #01-22 Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm daily
Price: $

8. Junshin Express

If you thought 99 cents per plate was cheap, your mind (not your wallet😉) will be blown by Junshin Express! The sushi here is sold at 50 cents per piece😮 Rows and rows of sushi will greet you as you enter this shop but do note that the sushi is only for you to take-away as there are no seats in the shop.

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Apart from the normal sushi, Junshin also sells fruit sushi! Uh, fruits? 😑 I mean, some people might like fruits that much to have it as a sushi😆

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Be sure to pop into Junshin Express for cheap and good sushi!

Address: 311 New Upper Changi Rd, B2-20 Bedok Mall, Singapore 467360
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily
Price: $

With so many halal sushi options in Singapore, you’d be spoilt for choice when it comes to satisfying that sushi craving. Now, do you believe us when we say that Singapore is a food paradise?☺️


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