Itacho Sushi opens takeaway kiosk in Bishan with donburi bowls & sushi that you can mix-and-match from just S$0.50

by Jermina

As someone who lives in the central area where there is a huge variety of eateries, I’m definitely spoiled for choice. 

I mean, Serangoon Gardens is famous for plenty of supper spots, cheap hawker fare in Ang Mo Kio, and let’s not forget the huge array of cuisines which you can find in the basement of Bishan

Speaking of which, nestled just right next to Bishan MRT is Itacho Sushi Takeaway that offers sushi from just S$0.50 to S$2.60. 

Itacho sushi takeaway
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Yes, you heard that right. 

The prices are super affordable for sushi. What’s even better is that you’ll be able to take it away, especially for those who are always on the go or on a solo adventure.

Itacho sushi takeaway
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Although it is a quaint little shop, they do serve a decent variety of fresh sushi where you can personally pick out your own sushi plate. 

For all the sashimi lovers out there, get the Salmon Sushi (S$0.90) or Spicy Salmon with Cheese & Inari (S$2). If you want something heartier for lunch, the Tuna Salad with Ebiko Inari (S$1.30) bring some umami goodness to the table.

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Or if you’re a mentaiko lover (I mean, how can you not be?), treat yourself to the Roasted Inari Mentaiko Sushi (S$0.90) and Boiled Scallop with Mentaiko (S$1.30). 

Classics like eel, inari and tamago are also available from S$0.70. 

Itacho sushi takeaway
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Sushi not enough to fill your stomach?

Itacho sushi boasts a variety of Donburi and Noodles, including Sliced Beef Sukiyaki Rice (S$10.80), Japanese Curry with Sliced Pork Rice (S$11.70) and even Bara Chirashi (S$11).

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I’ve never thought I would say this but you can get delectable sweet treats (my favourites) to end off the meal. 

Treat yourself to some Daifuku starting from S$3.90 including crowd favourites like green tea red bean and durian to less traditionally Japanese flavours like tiramisu.

We’ve been seeing a hype surrounding warabimochi recently and if you have yet to try it out, they sell Matcha and Kinako Warabi Mochi for S$6.20 each.

Itacho sushi takeaway
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If you’re around the area and looking for a quick meal, you might want to consider Itacho’s sushi kiosk as you’ll be surprised with what you can find. 

I’m soy excited to try it out — what about you? 

Itacho Sushi Takeaway
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📍200 Bishan Rd, #01-01 Bishan MRT Station, Singapore 579827
🕐 10am–9.30pm (Daily)

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