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Sushi Goshin – by Akashi (Robinsons Orchard)

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Sushi Goshin – by Akashi serves delicious and authentic Japanese cuisine that suits every individual's palate. More than just a sushi and noodle bar, Sushi Goshin offers an innovative menu featuring over 100 dishes with only freshest creations made from the finest ingredients.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 67355479
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Good Sushi at Robinson’s Heeren Basement – Orchard Road

My lunch partner and I were looking for a place to eat sushi at Orchard recently and I remembered this restaurant at the basement of Robinson’s Heeren Building. We went to take a look and sat down to lunch.   We had a variety of sushi, sushi rolls and garlic fried rice.   Here’s the verdict: Sushi: -          Hotate Mayo Tobiko Gunkan: $3.60 – Diced scallops mixed with ebi roe and mayonnaise and placed on sushi rice wrapped with seaweed. Very nice! -          Hamachi Sushi: $4 – Fish is firm and fresh. -          Tai Sushi: $4 – Sea Bream sushi. Fish is fresh and firm.   Aburi Sushi: -          Aburi Hotategai: $4.40 – Scallop n sushi rice and flame broiled. Yummy! -          Aburi Shake: $3 – Salmon on sushi rice and flame broiled and topped with Japanese seasoning. Good.   Roll -          Ebi Tempura Maki with Pitan: $5.80 – The tempura prawn was rolled up in a rice roll, coated with ebi roll and topped with chopped century egg. This is a unique dish and highly recommended! -          Hotate Mayo Tobiko Maki: $3.80 – Fresh scallops diced and rolled up in a rice roll and topped with white sesame seeds. Good. -          Shake Kawa Maki: $3.80 - Negitoro rolled in a rice roll and rolled in chopped seaweed and sesame coating. The exterior of the maki was crunchy ad nice.   Garlic fried rice: $5 – You only get a hint of garlic in the fried rice and the rice is well fried with egg.   The quality of sushi here is good and I will definitely be back again for more sushi!   For lunch, they also have lunch sets, so a good alternative to your usual lunch haunts at Orchard road.   Recommended!

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• 02 Jan 2015 • 391 reviews • 3 followers

Good Sushi at Robinson’s Heeren Basement – Orchard Road

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My lunch partner and I were looking for a place to eat sushi at Orchard recently and I remembered this restaurant at the basement of Robinson’s Heeren Building. We went to take a look and sat down to lunch.   We had a variety of sushi, sushi rolls and garlic fried rice.   Here’s the verdict: Sushi: -          Hotate Mayo Tobiko Gunkan: $3.60 – Diced scallops mixed with ebi roe and mayonnaise and placed on sushi rice wrapped with seaweed. Very nice! -          Hamachi Sushi: $4 – Fish is firm and fresh. -          Tai Sushi: $4 – Sea Bream sushi. Fish is fresh and firm.   Aburi Sushi: -          Aburi Hotategai: $4.40 – Scallop n sushi rice and flame broiled. Yummy! -          Aburi Shake: $3 – Salmon on sushi rice and flame broiled and topped with Japanese seasoning. Good.   Roll -          Ebi Tempura Maki with Pitan: $5.80 – The tempura prawn was rolled up in a rice roll, coated with ebi roll and topped with chopped century egg. This is a unique dish and highly recommended! -          Hotate Mayo Tobiko Maki: $3.80 – Fresh scallops diced and rolled up in a rice roll and topped with white sesame seeds. Good. -          Shake Kawa Maki: $3.80 - Negitoro rolled in a rice roll and rolled in chopped seaweed and sesame coating. The exterior of the maki was crunchy ad nice.   Garlic fried rice: $5 – You only get a hint of garlic in the fried rice and the rice is well fried with egg.   The quality of sushi here is good and I will definitely be back again for more sushi!   For lunch, they also have lunch sets, so a good alternative to your usual lunch haunts at Orchard road.   Recommended!
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• 29 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Quality ok but service is really bad and slow.

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Took over 45mins to prepare our food (we cancelled 1 order)..
Their excuse : "Too many orders today" and their tables are at best half filled.
Will not go back again, at least not this branch.
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• 06 Mar 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

Quality No Frills Dining at Reasonable Prices

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Over the years, Akashi has built its brand name on serving quality ingredients at a no-frills dining environment.

Sushi Goshin - by Akashi, is no different in this light.

At a recent visit at this open dining concept at Robinsons at Orchard, I started with the Sashimi Moriwase. Fresh cuts of salmon, yellow tail, tuna, scallop, swordfish, sweet prawn and clam at only $28.

I then had the Hotate Misoyaki ($16), a large scallop baked in a thick miso paste.

Given that it is a sushi place, I ordered a mix of Spicy Salmon sushi ($1.20 each), Aburi Shake ($1.50 ea) - seared salmon sushi as well as Ikura ($4.40 for 2). This was enough to fill me up.

For those who want a mix of cooked and raw items, go for the Goshin Bento ($26), which includes a mix tempura of prawns and vegetables, tuna and squid sashimi, fried saba fish and salad- all in one box.

So there you have it, reasonable prices, good quality ingredients and a no-frills dining environment.
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