Sushi restaurants with conveyor belts are an excellent option for individuals who dislike waiting for food. Simply keep an eye on the products moving along the conveyor belt, select your favorites, and then pay based on the color of the plates you choose.
You won’t need to worry about freshness issues because most restaurants use RFID magnetic tags inserted beneath each sushi plate. These tags have a centralized system that would remove “expired plates.”
Below are the seven best restaurants that offer Conveyor Belt Sushi:
|Price||Starts at $2.20 per plate|
|Address||Sushir Tiong Bahru Plaza (Tel 6970 2293)|
Sushiro Isetan Scotts (Tel: 6514 0390)
Sushiro Causeway Point (Tel: 6908 5605)
Sushiro Bedok Mall (Tel: 6970 2568)
Sushiro Waterway Point (Tel: 6970 6885)
Sushiro Suntec City (Tel: 6970 6610)
Sushiro Lot One (Tel: 6513 3583)
Sushiro Parkway Parade (Tel: 6970 5070)
Sushiro Jewel Changi (Tel: 6513 4115)
Sushiro Petit Great World (Tel: 6908 6848)
Sushiro Petit Wisma Atria (Tel: 6530 3423)
SUSHIRO, a pioneering business in the Japanese kaiten sushi market, is renowned for its over 100 different varieties of affordable sushi and Japanese meals. They currently have eleven restaurants in Singapore.
Additionally, there are two SUSHIRO Petit concepts in Great World and Wisma Atria where you may have sushi-on-the-go.
This was definitely an impressive and interesting experience. The sushi was amazing, different flavours and types delivered using the rail system or conveyor belt directly to your seating. Apart from this, you can also take the already assembled sushi with name tag that uses a separate conveyor belt.
|Price||Starts at $1.50|
|Address||The Seletar Mall #02-K4/K5, 33 Sengkang West Ave, Singapore 797653|
|Contact Details||+65 6509 5802|
Sushi Express is one of Singapore’s busiest conveyor belt sushi restaurants for customers seeking both variety and affordable prices. There are over 80 different types of sushi and other products available. Choose a dish from their menu or take the plates directly off the rotating conveyor belt.
We tried them all; sushi express has the best deal, great salmon, and kids loved it.
|Price||Starts at $2.35|
|Address||9 Bishan Place, #01-22/30, Junction 8, Singapore 579837|
|Contact Details||+65 6957 2724|
Many people know Genki Sushi, a well-known Japanese chain brand that provides inexpensive sushi. They currently have more than ten branches across the country.
They are also renowned for being the first company outside of Japan to implement the “Kousoku Express” train system. Modeled after the Shinkansen bullet trains in Japan, this technology allows for the quick, discrete, stylish, and intriguing delivery of fresh sushi from the kitchen.
Using Genki Sushi’s Kousoku Express method, you may order anything, including sushi, sashimi, soups, and cooked items. Deliveries would be made by a “Shinkansen bullet train.”
Always crowded but good and reasonably priced
Cute concept of food arriving on a “train.” Wide selection of sashimi, sushi, ramen, and handrolls. I like the mini rice items. Most restaurants serve full-size rice bowls.
|Price||Starts at $2.40 per plate|
|Address||AMK Hub #02-01, 53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Singapore 569933|
|Email Address||+65 6555 1617|
With a wide variety of sushi and sashimi dishes that are well-priced, Ichiban Sushi offers an appealing combination of cost and high quality.
Popular choices include Twin Maguro, Salmon Belly Mentai Yaki, and Aburi Beef. If you wish to order something from their sushi conveyor belt, try their Mango Ebi roll, which is created with luscious, freshly harvested mangoes,
Ichiban Sushi is one of the few restaurants that I frequent. The quality is above average, and the choices are plentiful. Highly recommend the flame-seared salmon sushi and the beef sukiyaki.
|Price||Starts at $2.50 per plate|
|Address||Sakae Sushi TradeHub 21|
28 Boon Lay Way #01-175/176 TradeHub 21, 609971, Singapore
+65 6795 2201
Sakae Sushi East Coast Road
19 East Coast Road #02-01 LEVEL 2, 428746, Singapore
+65 62422 610
Sakae Sushi Sengkang
1 Anchorvale Street #01-32 Sengkang General Hospital near to Fitness First Gym block, 544835, Singapore
+65 6012 2606
Those who grew up at a particular age may recall fond childhood memories of Sakae Sushi, a well-liked haunt for cheap sushi. In 1997, Sakae Sushi is credited with being one of the pioneers in Singapore to install the kaiten conveyor belt sushi technology.
Nigiri sushi, gunkan, and sashimi, as well as a variety of side dishes such as miso soup, edamame, and chawanmushi, are all available on the belt.
I always love Japanese food, and this is a great place to have a variety of little sushi. If you can’t find what you want on the conveyor, you can still order from the menu. Definitely will be back to enjoy more types of sushi.
|Price||Rate starts at $1.50 per plate|
|Address||200 Victoria Street #02-53 Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021|
|Contact Details||Tel: +65 6970 1440|
Sushi Plus is currently undergoing renovations. Some of the items you must try once they open again are the jumbo caramelised fish and the seared beef sushi (which comes with a platter of thinly sliced beef pieces served over sushi rice.)
The garlic butter scallop was interesting and they have really cheap and good teriyaki scallop skewers
|Price||Rate starts at $1.80 per plate|
|Address||1 Jurong West Central 2, B1-47/ 48 Mall, Jurong Factor, Singapore 648886|
|Contact Details||Tel: +65 9838 4183|
Sushi-GO is a fuss-free, quick-service restaurant located in the Jurong Factor’s Delight Eating Hall. Food is delivered to the tables on little conveyor trains. The restaurant serves more than 130 items including sushi specialties like nigiri, gunkan, and maki as well as sashimi, appetisers, rice, noodles, desserts, and beverages.
New GO+ Signature range is literally bigger and better special sushi and sashimi items for customers
This concludes our list of Singapore’s finest conveyor belt sushi restaurants. No need to travel to Japan, as you can have your favourite sushi immediately anytime you want. Do you know any other Sushi restaurants with conveyor belts? Let us know so we can add to this listing.
Are you craving other Japanese food, you may want to search our post on 30 Best Japanese Restaurants in Singapore
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