There’s something enjoyable when your sushi is delivered to you on cute trains or robots, and Sushi-GO nails the concept on its head! The sushi chain has opened its third outlet at Marina Square with their signature space-theme and a variety of sushi.
Similar to their AMK Hub outlet, this outlet boasts the same futuristic design. The walls are decked in neon lights and the seats are designed to look like a spaceship!
Your food arrives to you via cute robot servers, either on the ‘rails’ or roving independently to your seat.
Sushi-GO Marina Square Menu
The menu is the same as other Sushi-GO outlets, but they’re debuting new items you can try! These include the Aburi Hanasaki Maguro Sushi ($3.20) with thick cut maguro tuna and appetizers like Okonomiyaki Tamago ($3.80).
An outlet-exclusive is the Petite Kaisen Don, topped with a variety of seafood. Flavours include the Negitoro Tekka Don ($9.90) with minced tuna and Butsugiri Salmon Mentai Don ($12.90) with mentaiko sauce.
Amaebi Yukke Don
A highlight of our meal was the Amaebi Yukke Don ($10.90), garnished with a runny onsen egg. The shrimps were sweet with a firm bite, marinated with a savoury and slightly spicy sauce.It was super satisfying when combined with the creamy egg yolk and rice!
Atsugiri Salmon Ikura Don
We were impressed by the thick-cut salmon sashimi on the Atsugiri Salmon Ikura Don ($13.90)! It provided a hearty and fatty bite to complement the crab salad and ikura.
Cheezy Dragon Roll
The Cheezy Dragon Roll ($9.20) featured grilled eel topped on a rice roll with cream cheese and egg omelette. We liked the sweetness of the eel and saltiness from the cheese sauce; but it was nothing to shout about.
Aburi Hanasaki Salmon Sushi
Another memorable bite was the Aburi Hanasaki Salmon Sushi ($3.50), featuring another thick slice of aburi-ed salmon and ikura. The salmon was melt-in-your-mouth with a enjoyable fattiness and a salty pop from the ikura!
For something simple, the Corn Mayo-GO ($3.50) is a good option. It features corn salad and tempura bits over cucumber maki – you’ll enjoy this if you’re a fan of corn!
Okonomiyaki Fries (Spicy)
The Okonomiyaki Fries (Spicy) ($3.80) was drizzled with spicy sauce and classic okonomiyaki toppings. We enjoyed their perfectly-fried crisp fries, which were a good base for the bonito flakes.
We found that the Okonomiyaki Tamago ($3.80) suit the toppings better, with the thick and slightly sweet Japanese egg base!
To celebrate its opening, Sushi-GO Marina Square is offering their Petite Kaisen Don at only $4.99. This promotion will only be on from 12 and 13 September so don’t miss it!
Sushi-GO (Marina Square)
#02-277 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039594
Open daily: Mon-Fri, 11.30am-9.30pm
Sat, Sun & PH, 11am-10pm