You can get made-to-order sushi with uni, aburi wagyu & more from S$1 per piece at Sen Sen Sushi by Don Don Donki

by Christabel Tan

Be it a quick lunch or a picnic with friends, we can also count on the sushi from Don Don Donki to deliver. It’s tasty, good-quality, and affordably priced — what’s not to like?

If you live in the West, here’s a piece of good news to brighten up your day: the Japanese discount chain’s latest store in Jurong Point, its 14th outlet in Singapore, has unveiled a new casual made-to-order sushi concept, Sen Sen Sushi.

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Although the in-store eatery was previously launched in Bangkok and Hong Kong, this is Sen Sen Sushi’s first time on our shores, much to the delight of us sushi-loving Singaporeans.

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The brightly lit eatery is located right at the entrance of Don Don Donki, with plenty of seats for dine-in customers.

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The ordering process is simple — look through the available ingredients displayed at the counter and place your orders via an order chit, after which you’ll be handed a buzzer for collection.

Simply wait for your sushi, all of which are freshly made to order, and tuck in!

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There are three types of sushi to choose from: nigiri, gunkan, and maki, with a separate section on the menu dedicated to the art of aburi (flame-torched) sushi.

You can get the likes of Sanma, Amaebi, and Maaji (Horse Mackerel) for as low as S$1, but most varieties of sushi are priced from S$1.50 to S$5, with the exception of premium options like Fresh Sea Urchin (S$12), Honmaguro Otoro with Uni (S$6), and Aburi Wagyu (S$6).

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There’s no better time to customise the sushi platter of your dreams! Indulge in all your favourites like Hotate (S$2), Fresh Salmon (S$1.50), and Aburi Unagi (S$1).

We also highly recommend treating yourself to the juicy, melt-in-mouth Aburi Wagyu Beef — both the Sukiyaki and the savoury Negishio variations.

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But if you can’t be bothered to make your own sushi platter, go for one of the sets, like the crowd-pleasing Fresh Salmon Set (S$6.50), comprising Salmon, Aburi Salmon, Aburi Mentai Mayo Salmon, and Aburi Teriyaki Mayo Salmon.

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If you want to take it to the next level by pairing your sushi with Japanese sake, you can take your pick from a selection of chilled sake with different taste profiles.

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Even better — why not grab a friend, sit at the bar counter, order all the sushi you can eat, and wash everything down with a bottle of sake?

@tastesoulsg DONKI never fails to deliver???????? #tastesoulsg #dondondonkisingapore #jurongpoint #aburisushi #sgdiscover #dondondonki #sgjapanesefood #madetoorder #sgfoodhunt #sgfoodie #sgtiktok ♬ I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Amazon Original) – Camila Cabello

The entire concept of made-to-order sushi at pocket-friendly prices in a Don Don Donki is pretty enticing — be prepared to brave the queues, especially during peak hours.

Is this worth travelling all the way to Jurong for? You be the judge!

Sen Sen Sushi
???? 1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-09 Don Don Donki Jurong Point, Singapore 648886
???? 9am–11pm (Daily)

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