Imagine having a serving of fresh nigiri sushi in front of you. Now, multiply that by 6, put them in a bowl and you would have a chirashi don. The sight of freshly sliced sashimi laid atop mirin-doused sticky rice will not only be a visual feast, but the explosion of flavours will impress your palate every single time.
Chirashi don is often pricey, what with the premium tuna, sea urchin and all. But if you can make do with a simple serving of basic chirashi don sans the lavish items, you actually have many choices if the chirashi don craving kicks in—and your wallet need not take a beating.
Here is our guide to 9 cheap Chirashi Don in Singapore for S$18 and under that you wished you knew about earlier.
A brand new dining concept by WATAMI originating from Tsukiji, Japan, Niku Kappo offers diners authentic Japanese Kappo-style delights through its colorful menu filled with a diverse selection of food options.
As the word “Niku” suggests, Niku Kappo’s menu has a strong focus on meat. From Meat Sushi to Meat Hot Pot, Niku Kappo only seeks to present Japanese cuisine at reasonable prices.
When it comes to good Japanese food, there is never ‘too much’.
For all Japanese cuisine lovers, #sorrynotsorry but your diet is going to go down the drain. Because in today’s installation, we share with you some of the best Japanese buffets around in Singapore.
For endless refills of your favourite juicy sashimi, rich sukiyaki and flavourful meats, here are 11 Best Japanese Buffets In Singapore. You really have to thank us for this list.
Kazoku Japanese Cuisine is a humble family Japanese eatery that serves up quality Japanese fare at affordable prices. For a fuss-free place with good yet cheap Japanese food, Kazoku Japanese Cuisine is the place to visit. For instance, their hearty Salmon Don only costs a mere S$8.90; what a steal!
Fish Mart SAKURAYA is a Japanese supermarket-cum-eatery that has branches at Anchorpoint Shopping Centre, West Coast Plaza and Parkway Parade.
You can find all kinds of Japanese food-related items in their mart—ranging from fresh sashimi to Japanese snacks and frozen ingredients to buy home. The SAKURAYA dining area is further inside and that is where you can enjoy air-flown fish from Japan and a wide array of affordable Japanese mains.
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.
Japanese donburi sets for only S$12 nett? Yes, you got that right!
Katanashi is a Japanese tapas bar along Boat Quay that offers reasonably priced set lunch meals on weekdays, catering mostly to working professionals whose offices are nearby.
For those who are not familiar with the area, Katanashi is a less-than-ten-minutes walking distance from Raffles Place MRT station. We are giving the Japanese bar bonus points for easy accessibility, but is their food really value-for-money? READ ON
Sushiro might be less than a year old, but the unassuming Japanese eatery has already established itself as one of the most successful F&B tenants in Upper Thomson. Regardless of whether it is a weekday or weekend, queues are formed outside Sushiro every day (except Tuesday). We have visited several times and are impressed by its affordability and consistency.
Everyone comes here for Sushiro’s awesome value-for-money Bara Chirashi Don (S$12.80). Foodies in the know and Upper Thomson dwellers would tell you that it is worth the wait.