The mother of all buffet guides in Singapore. Read our guides on the best buffets for any occasion, cuisine craving or budget range; or use our comprehensive filters to find a buffet based on your location, budget and other preferences.
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.
After Work, Children/Family, Dinner, Lunch, Relaxed
$109 for 2 pax
0 people found this review useful
Was it useful to you?Yes