Guess what, I’ve found my 2nd to-go-when-the-craving-hits casual sushi joint!
Itacho is my 1st, when I want boring-but-comforting nigiri sushi and aburi stuff; Bay Sushi, I’ll go when I have a hankering for interesting, lots-of-flavours-in-one-bite unconventional maki rolls. Oh ya, I said “casual” cuz Bay Sushi is not some atas place where you can only afford to dine at every other month; prices here are extremely reasonable for a restaurant with such good ambience (we were given a private room on my first visit) and generous portions!
Top left, clockwise: chawanmushi ($4.60++); ginseng seafood salad ($12++); eel house roll ($15++); lion king roll ($15++); gold dragon roll ($15++).
Just went back for dinner yesterday and I still enjoyed the food very much (gotta admit that I was starving so that might make me biased heh)! This time, we sat at the bar counter (items on the conveyor belt are fake, FYI) where we could watch the sushi chefs from Korea (all that yabbering in Korean gave them away lol) in action. I was amused when our plate of red caterpillar roll arrived with a hand drawn heart-shaped love; pretty sure that that’s not the norm, thanks chef, we appreciate the personal touch!
From top left, down: red caterpillar roll ($12++) with love thrown in, haha; eel house roll ($15++); angry salmon level 17 roll ($15++);
#B2-01B, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue