An unsuspecting restaurant nestled in the corner of Clarke Quay Central Soho 2, JJ.Com Fish Mart is a Japanese eatery that enjoys immense popularity from more than just the working crowd in the Clarke Quay vicinity.
With prices starting at a reasonable figure of S$12.80 for a Chirashi Don and S$4.50 for a Maguro Maki, it is a no-brainer why this eatery is an all-time favourite for many.
The Assorted Fish Chirashi (S$16.80) is one delight you must order. This don comes with 4 different types of premium sashimi; salmon, tuna and swordfish are staples whereas the fourth sashimi is on rotation subject to the available fish of the day.
Although some may find comfort in consistency, a little surprise and unpredictability at meal time is always welcomed.
Do not be deceived by the small bowl. Our don came with 2 to 3 thick, juicy slices per type of sashimi, a generous helping of fish roe, a few slices of cucumber atop sweet sushi rice.
Although not the most affordable choice for an everyday meal, it is one we would splurge on again as the Assorted Fish Chirashi was worth every penny.
JJ.Com Fish Mart’s Tempura Shrimp with Aburi Salmon Maki (S$14.80) was the proud recipient of the SR Signatures award in 2016. This was unsurprising as the presentation and taste of the maki was nothing short of fantastic.
A thick slab of smokey melt-in-your-mouth aburi salmon is layered precisely atop the rice filled with crispy and sweet tempura shrimp. Finally, the maki is topped off with Bonito flakes and Japanese mayonnaise drizzled all over the plate.
Overall, we can certainly say that JJ.Com Fish Mart is one Japanese eatery that we will be adding to our list of favourite casual Japanese eateries and it is definitely one worth the visit.
JJ.Com Fish Mart
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, The Central #01-68/69 Singapore 059817
Tel: +65 6221 0339
Daily: 12pm – 10pm
Nearest Station: Clarke Quay
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